WIP Beta released CJD Special Tunes 2.7

high performance parts for all vehicles

  1. thatguy47

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    thatguy47 updated CJD Special Tunes with a new update entry:

    Engine Swap Bonanza

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  2. Bad Driver771

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    Just noticed that the ECU for the HE1000 electric motors on the sbr4 has an adjustable speed limiter that goes up to 255 mph. I'm curious, why is it limited to 255?
     
  3. LogicX

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    If you set the limit to 0 instead it will remove the speed limiter if thats what you meant
     
  4. Bad Driver771

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    Oh. I was looking for a way to remove the speed limiter. Thank you!
     
  5. thatguy47

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    thatguy47 updated CJD Special Tunes with a new update entry:

    Mounting a patch

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  6. thatguy47

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    thatguy47 updated CJD Special Tunes with a new update entry:

    The Wendover is here

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  7. nervous1301

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    Hi. Can you add Soliad Tornado wheels in 18x10 and 18x12 size ? And Hirochi TR89 in 19x12 size ?
     
  8. TanayNakhale

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    If you could add auto folding or power folding mirrors for all cars that would be great and everyone would love it. Also a convertible working roof would be awesome touch to the game!
     
  9. Kjp10508

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    How do I use launch control/2step? I have the 2step selected for the ECU in part selector but the key for 2step doesn't appear (I remember it being k?) In the top right
     
  10. Bad Driver771

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    I don't think the key ever appears. 2step is automatically on when you spawn in.
     
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  11. nervous1301

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    as in real cars you must first hit gas (in neutral gear) and then brakes (car revs should fall down) on activated 2step get first gear on, and when u release brakes car will go as fast as possible
     
  12. acsdog

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    Hey, I found a bug with your disc brakes. I don't know if anybody has reported this before, but I figured I'd go ahead and let you know anyway in case I'm the first to discover this.

    I put the CJD brakes on the Gavril T-Series and loaded a water tank on the fifth wheel, then perched myself over the edge of the 100% grade road on the "Slant of Death" map (though any steep gradient will work). I found the point where the brakes can just barely hold the truck still, but without any slipping at all, and to my surprise the brake pads gradually got hotter and hotter, despite holding the truck with static friction (which should not generate any heat). Here's a clip I recorded showing the phenomenon:

    **I should point out that I tested this with the stock brakes and no such heating occurred. Given that the oscillation of the brake temperature corresponds to the engine RPM, my guess is that the vibrations of the engine are causing the brakes to shake. Since they're under load, this shaking is probably causing "micro-slips" that are responsible for the heating. It might be an issue with the simulation itself, but your brakes are the only ones that have shown this strange behavior so far.
     
    #212 acsdog, Jun 16, 2021 at 10:07 AM
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  13. thatguy47

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    Ah, yeah, this is a bug with the game, when the braking force is high enough even small amounts of movement can create a lot of heat, which makes sense more friction = more heat but if the friction is too high it can lead to situations like this one. my drift brakes do the same thing if you turn the handbrake force all the way up in some cars. There's not a lot I can do about it other than to say reduce the brake force and you should be fine, although I may have to look into this a bit more and see if I can find a way to dampen the vibrations. In the mean time maybe don't park your 20+ ton truck on a steep slope?
     
  14. acsdog

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    Yeah it's not a big deal. There's lot's of similar quirks with the simulation, which I'm sure with time will get fixed. Though it'll be interesting to see if a similar effect happens once they add tire thermal simulation (which should be very soon).
     
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