VIP Style????

Discussion in 'Automation' started by Is1am109, Jan 27, 2022.

  1. Is1am109

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    Hi guys, I want to create a VIP-style mod, but I do not know how to maximize the angle of the wheels, the standard settings are not enough, maybe someone knows how to do it? I would appreciate it
     

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  2. mhegai

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    camber to a very big negative number
     
  3. TheSomething

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    and make some JDM car
     
  4. Is1am109

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    The fact is that I do not know how to do it, which is why I am here. In the hope that someone will tell me what program is needed for this, or something similar
     
  5. mhegai

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    go to vehichle configurations
    slide the camber slider to -100
    welcome to the beamng community
     
  6. The Gas Station

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    If the camber angles in the vehicle configurator sliders are not enough (I guess that's why you're asking, right?), you can try to edit the JBEAM files (they are text files, my recommendation for editing these is notepad++), I'm not sure which parameter should be edited, but make sure you read a bit about these files and understand their structure (each new part has it's own name, it's own parameters and so on- it's not too difficult).

    a good start would be to take the suspension JBEAM and edit it's camber value to a higher one.
    However, the suspension geometry might not support extreme values in the JBEAM file, and so the edited part might "implode" as soon as you add it to the car. In that case you might need more in-depth editing of the JBEAM which I'm not too familiar with.

    EDIT: off-topic, but what are these Lexus looking cars? Never seen these
     
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  7. Uzthiudiskazspreko

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    From what i can see, from first to last: Nissan Cima, Nissan President, Toyota Crown (one is white, and the other is black).
     
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  8. itzdaechoindawadaa

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    In automation, just crank it to the max. That’s the most you can do, but in beamng you can put the gravity higher, I recommend 17-40 instead of the default 9.81.


    They are Crown Royals, There is a big difference between Crown Royals and Athletes.
     
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