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WIP Beta released Bruckell LeGran Aerocoupe Bugs Thread

Discussion in 'Content Creation' started by Kueso, Jan 3, 2020.

  1. Kueso

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  2. ThatCarGuyDownTheStreet

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  3. tobias95ng

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    Can you add the same differential ratios for the front diferential also to the Rear Differential ?
    those are missing on the rear differential
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  4. Kueso

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    how
    i literally made this mod in WBIMP but then decided not to put it in WBIMP
    bruh
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    yeah i can do that real quicc
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    just tested it with the current released WBIMP build (not my development one) and it still works perfect
    if it actually is WBIMP, you need to tell me what exactly is happening so i can fix it.
     
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  5. tobias95ng

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    Noice :D :p
     
  6. ThatCarGuyDownTheStreet

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    I mean like it *sorta* drove, as in it would move, but it felt like a constantly slipping clutch. I figured that the source would be a config pack, and the only one I had was yours. I went to the mods thing ingame, and clicked the big red X. The game froze for a sec. I reloaded the vehicle, and then it drove like it should've.
     
  7. Kueso

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    it will feel like its constantly slipping the clutch if you have the wrong transfer case installed for the amount of diffs installed
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    AWD with only the rear diff will cause that
    if you select the AWD separate from the configs i made, it will do that until you select the right amount of diffs based on the type of transfercase.
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    also, the engine is under increased load with AWD.
    and with an open rear diff, everytime they get the chance, the wheels with spin (the turbo engine makes more torque than HP)
    the car itself does feel like it may be slipping the clutch, but i assure, this is the exact same system as in the 89 Pessima. other than the live rear axle, but that changes literally nothing in terms of how the system works
    also viscous transfercases will also give that feeling of slipping, especially old ones.
     
  8. ThatCarGuyDownTheStreet

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    Okay so lemme run you through exactly what I did. I installed the mod, loaded up wcusa, and spawned in the souped up one, the one with the bolide's wheels. I then drove it, and it went through all gears and would move, but you could clearly tell something was wrong with the awd, since it revved to about 4000 in 5th gear, but was only moving about 20 mph. I tried to drive it up a hill, and the engine would stay the same rpm, but it would gradually lose speed and start to drift downhill. This is when i knew it was definitely the mod/conflicting mods, and not just the car being weird. I had this previous experience with AWD covet mods and the DPMP. After uninstalling either mod, the awd in the covet would work fine. But first I wanted to make one last check. I looked under the transmission in the parts list, and found two different ratios in the diffs. I changed them to be the same, but the issue persisted. It had to be a conflicting mod. I went to the mods list, typed in wbimp, and pressed the red X to remove that mod. The game froze up, like it usually does when performing large actions as such, and then unfroze, and the mod was gone. I went back into the vehcle menu, selected the souped up config, dumped the clutch and it launched like a rocket, spinning the fronts and chirping the rears. It worked flawlessly.
    In conclusion, I believe the wbimp is to blame for the issues present within the awd system, and uninstalling it fixes the problem.
     
  9. Hazer55

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    I have WBIMP installed and have no issues with the Aerocoupe.
     
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  10. Kueso

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    you may have the old one installed called WBIMP_BG123 aswell as the latest build, called WBIMP_BG1234
    this seems to be what causes most of the compatibility issues with WBIMP and other mods.
     
  11. ThatCarGuyDownTheStreet

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    Nope, only had the latest version installed.
    Also sorry if I sound like I'm being difficult, I'm not trying to be.
     
  12. Kueso

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    no your not being difficult lol
    the mod is
    this may be one of those rare moments where something is conflicting with WBIMP, and that is causing it to conflict with the aerocoupe.

    you could also try dragging and dropping all of the files in the aerocoupe mod into the legran folder in WBIMP and see if it works, in that case, its dependent on WBIMP for you specifically, which would lead back to what i said above.

    or you need to clear your cache
    the cache can do some weird crap with new mods
     
  13. ThatCarGuyDownTheStreet

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    Actually, I do recall having the 123 and 1234 versions installed at exactly the same time, and I didnt clear my cache after that, so it might've just been that. Idk man.
     
  14. Kueso

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    yeah
    the old bonked one does not like the new gud one lmao
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    i cant add the race adjustable one but i can do the other 2.
     
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  15. Nicelittle

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    I like this mod, brings something new to the legran, but sadly it has it's own issues:
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    -Rear wheels start sliding at a certain speed due to the front and rear diffs having different ratios (already mentioned)
    -Needs bigger brakes
    -Needs custom suspension tunes (Race suspension is a good base, makes it handle like a quattro)

    Aside from those, this is a great mod. Congrats @Kueso
     
  16. FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL

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    May I suggest thickening the rear pillars and shrinking the rear window a bit? :)
     
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  17. Vector355

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    [IGNORE]
     
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    upload_2020-1-4_14-0-30.png
    The rear diff isn't connected to anything. I'm having the same problem as ThatCarGuyDownTheStreet.
     
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    [IGNORE]
     
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    There's no option for a race LSD lol
     
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