Not sure why, but I can't seem to get this thing to install properly. I've added it to dlclist like any other addon and re-imported the files several times to OpenIV and somehow it still won't show up in the game. Oh well, it looked pretty cool.
@Boywond Here's a video of the problem in action: https://youtu.be/hVB-pGs4Ptw
@bloodykills This is not advanced flags - it's more like how the Faction goes beserk whenever you pass over a kerb. It's like the car (sometimes) treats a kerb like it's a brick wall and crashes into or over it. It's especially obvious if you put on Competition or Sport Suspension.
Very cool as usual, but this thing has a very wierd way with kerbs - the wheels just bounce right off them causing some very strange handling behaviour...
Very nice work as always! However, I tried adding these to traffic, and it looks like there's an issue with the textures (these are all screenshots of the same car as it drove around): https://i.imgur.com/1YfNPNT.png . I'm not sure what exactly is causing this, but I noticed the spoiler on the Sultan Wagon in the VWE pack has the same issue.
Great job - looks like it's working perfectly now
Nice to see this is finally mapped, but I've noticed a bug when you open the hood: https://i.imgur.com/dOy70zq.png https://i.imgur.com/wkUmIVL.png
This is a really nice car, but even after the hotfix, I'm still getting a collision issue where the car can drive straight through other ZR-150's https://i.imgur.com/LibrLiP.png . Also there doesn't seem to be a way to have a Japanese plate on both the front and back at the same time?
I'm getting similar issues to other people, where I'm getting a memory error (err_mem_embeddedalloc_alloc), but what's odd about it is that it seems to happen if I pause the game after playing for about 30 min, or if I try to do a full scan for Self Radio music.
Just a quick update: I manged to get carcols working by simply adding the code to the main carcols.ymt in update, rather than as part of a dlc. Still no idea why my original method had such strange results, but at least there's a solution.