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Neal40000
Posted on 15 Dec 2008, 1:26pm
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This small modification comes with the new handling codes [in a.txt file] for the duke (dodge charger), open it and you will see the hadling codes for the duke - this is the new handling file you need to replace with the original one to make the drag wheelie work:)

*please note* Whilst doing the above make sure GTA IV is closed as it wont work until you fire GTA IV up and it loads the next time.






SFkilla
Posted on 17 Dec 2008, 4:17pm


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I changed the line within the handling.dat file but i have no changes at all.
Do i need to do anything else?
i'm running the retail game and have applied the v1.0.1.0 patch from rockstar.

I also tried the gta IV mod v1.0 but still doesn't work.
Do i need to change any other file?

Thanks in advance ;)


EDIT: Ok, i've installed the GTAmod 1.0 and after i changed the handling, it now work great ;)
Although the car isn't quite usable anymore... can you adapt the wheeling power but with the default speed of the car unchanged?


Neal40000
Posted on 18 Dec 2008, 2:28pm
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Unfortunately just yet I havenít found a way to make it like what you mean, its the huge amount of power that makes it wheelie; but with that huge amount of power its sort of hard to control with the PC (like say with the 360, you have a trigger for the cars movement, the harder you pull it the faster the car goes, the lighter you pull it the slower the car goes) with PC though, thereís just one button with no ease for lighter speeds. So overall resulting in it just always having that huge amount of power for it.

The only way for us to control alternating power I would say is a mod possibly I will make in the future, for players to control speeds of cars like say one button for slow, another for a little faster, etc... As this would be a great help overall and for this mod.

So thatís all I can say for now. Iím working on it! :D

SFkilla
Posted on 18 Dec 2008, 8:30pm


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Thanks for the reply ;)
I'm using an analogic stick for speed but like you say, still much power to control.
I used it to make a video and it looks great, hehehe...

jorbazz
Posted on 06 Oct 2009, 11:21pm


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Just buy the Xbox controller and connect it to ur pc

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