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@DariusSLN Solution for this is above in comments, this is not my fault, you got tuning id's conflict
@Q_hulyo I made it by stretching rear wheel collider when i was making this mod, in program named Zmodeler. I'm afraid that this car will not receive any updates anymore, sorry :(
@Q_hulyo Hi, looks like Vstancer is the only way
@dodgeboy121 I'm glad you like it ;) Have fun!
@dodgeboy121 I just downloaded Maserati 300s and i see both cars use same tuning ID (959) and this causes conflict, to get both working you should change tuning ID for one of cars. Check method 2 here: https://forums.gta5-mods.com/topic/9648/tutorial-how-to-fix-modkit-id-tuning-error. You may also have to change lights id in carvariations.meta <lightSettings value="959" /> (bottom, line 273) and <id value="959" /> in carcols.meta (bottom, line 2732) if there is a problem with lights
@3821 Sure, it's on todo list. Meanwhile you may try to fix this by editing some values in handling.meta (Suspension setup) https://forums.gta5-mods.com/topic/24280/understanding-and-editing-gtav-s-handling/2 @dodgeboy121 Is it working with original handling? If so, only edit values between <fMass value="1200.0" /> and <nMonetaryValue value="100000" /> in original handling. If tuning isn't working with original handling too, this could be tuning id conflict due to recently added car with same id. To fix this try: open dlc.rpf via OpenIV, navigate to mod, then common/data, find carcols.meta and carvariations.meta, extract them, open via text editor, in carcols.meta find line <kitName>959_500gtrlam_modkit</kitName>
<id value="959" /> (its at the top) and change both 959's to for example 975, save. Then open carvariations.meta, scroll down and find <Item>959_500gtrlam_modkit</Item> and also change 959 to 975. Save, replace .metas and test in game.
@adinhoa yup, i've seen your request from months ago, it's on the list along with more rims