@KeithX if you don't have mpbiker skip that installer, if you ran it then go to mods folder and delete the mpbiker folder.
@KeithX you have mpbiker dlc in your games update/x64/dlcpacks right? The installer only inserts ytd files, so you need to have the mpbiker dlc.
I am up to my eyeballs in other mods, so it'll be a while before I can update the remaining dlcpacks.
Themepark is coming along nicely, I'm making it so there are many rides working, side-shows and activities.
My Driftwood Western Mod is getting a bunch of stagecoaches, wagons, carts, buildings, and we're remaking from Paleto bay out passed desert around to Zanduko (will be old Calvary Outpost), so it will be a massive country area, not modernized. Plus some other requests like custom garages for San Andreas map mod, etc..
As these are big conversions and require much if MN8R01 and my time.
Thanks for your support and patience.
@J-COS OVIEDO which, the link in pin??
Your the first to a get virus threat in 5 years so I want to know which one you downloaded from.
@Dock-6 Updates really Rock. If you haven't already installed them you should.
I love the messages and comments about RE-Sized mod. People's reactions are encouraging. Too bad many have no idea about this mods benefits. Spread the word not so I get downloads or comments but so people can see the difference and enjoy GTA V like never before.
Remember, oiv files are zip. OpenIV Package installer will install the zip just like it will install the oiv files.
@MissNadine waterslides are going to be fun, I was almost looping around in tunnels, I'll add splash effects today.
Got new bumper cars, so I'll get that script sorted, working on waterslides and haunted house. Detonator is close to rideable just needs tooling of script. Wooden coaster still needs work. Progressing very nicely. But it's going to take a while.
@xcaps I think I get you. You have different game folders for GTA V, kind of like one vanilla one modded. The mod files need to be in game folder. So if you have a modded only game folder you can copy all x64 files to the main replacing vanilla ones, also dlcpacks can go in update/dlcpacks folder, to save space.
Or you can just copy the mods folder over to modded game and leave Vanilla files. If I want was not answering your question please ask again. I don't mind and want to help.