This is pretty good for a work in progress. My only complaint is that it's very loud for GTA's terms.
Absolutely stellar work on this, just a shame I can't go into online and actually buy one from Legendary Motorsport. Only criticisms are with the windows not breaking and the back plate not lighting up at night.
Wow, just wow. I'm absolutely speechless when it comes to this mod. The customisation is impeccable, the custom flames look phenomenal and I CANNOT get over the custom exhaust crackling when downshifting in later gears. Absolutely stellar work, 10/10!
@harithd I absolutely love this car. The Osiris should have had this level of customisation in the first place! Regarding the damage bug, it's the dynamic aero flaps that's causing the issue. Damaging the rear of the car causes the flaps to spaz out and for the car to become nigh uncontrollable. I'm afraid it's just one of the quirks of having active aero flaps.
@T800pug Apologies for the super late reply, but I never got a notification for your comment. Roughly 210mph without curb-boosting.
The car itself is pretty good but, like other people have pointed out the handling leaves more to be desired unfortunately. The car accelerates like a jet and just refuses to steer. I've taken it upon myself to correct both of these issues and would like to offer my modification. DM me on here if you're interested.
I apologise for the low rating, but quite a few things need some work done before I can give it a higher score.
The car looks great and the customisation has plenty of variety, but I have a few problems with it
No reverse lights to be found
The character ducks halfway through looking from one side to the other in first person
The dash gauges are unlit at night
High beam lights do not light up correctly resulting in the road being dark
Quite a few liveries are not mirrored correctly on one side of the car
Minor clipping with the front wheels on race suspension
Don't get me wrong, I love the effort. But some work needs done before I can give 4 or 5 Stars.
@Sterka Believe me, if I knew how to make engine sounds I would've added my own. So because I don't like the original handling I'm automatically a bad driver? In what universe does that make sense? If I really was as bad as you thought, the car would be stuck to road like glue!
@frapplatte And your criticisms have now lost all validity because of your attitude.
@frapplatte Wasn't moaning, just seemed a little overkill is all. To answer your question, because I think it's quite feeble that really high end cars in GTA can only do 120-130mph. So why not make them go a tad faster? It isn't impossible for a modified 350/370Z to hit 180MPH.