I sold my Rift S after three months and went triple 2k screens. VR isn't for everyone, even with a "normal" IPD!
Yep, different strokes for different folks. There really is only one way to find out if you'll like it and that is to try it, and you did absolutely the right thing by not dismissing it instantly but rather gave it a jolly good go over several months.I sold my Rift S after three months and went triple 2k screens. VR isn't for everyone, even with a "normal" IPD!
Project 8 is the fastest Jaguar saloon ever. Its 5.0 litre supercharged V8 produces 600PS and 700Nm of torque, making it the most powerful engine ever fitted to a Jaguar road car. Maximum speed is 200mph and 0-60mph takes just 3.3 seconds. While the car’s 8-speed transmission can manually paddle shift in just 0.2 seconds.
On paper signed and notarized by Jaguar, the XE Project 8 produces 592 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque from its supercharged 5.0-liter engine. When the British automaker introduced the car a year ago, it was the most powerful Jaguar road car ever. While that’s an impressive horsepower and torque figure, what automaker’s claim a car produces and what a car produces can be two different numbers. Automakers often under report a vehicle’s real output.
The dyno run shows the Jag producing 601 hp and 506 lb-ft of torque.
According to the dyno software, that translates to 485 hp at the wheels. It's a fair bit of power loss, but it's in line with a vehicle making supercharged power and sending it through an automatic gearbox and all-wheel-drive system.
Should be very easy to do a dyno plot for a power.lut and engine.ini
601.6/hp @ 6515rpm
506.6/ftLb @ 4310rpm (686.8Nm)
Dyno shows a 19% drivetrain loss
Assetto automagically uses 13% loss and calculated for Wheel/HP in power.lut
power.lut numbers for 13% loss:
power.lut numbers for 19% loss:
there ya go...
BTW: 190hp is good for at least 225kph, as I did this in my 1996 BMW E36 M-sport one midsummer eve but backed off before maxV. (I hit 210kph on the Autobahn in a 2019 Audi A3 3.2tsfi, but it had a little more to go)
You can check out the AC Racer group on facebook. He's an Italian modder, and I thought I saw this car there. Or try assettoland.
send me your mod, I will do the drivetrain if you chooseThanks a lot for the information! I already tried to edit the files yesterday to make it more realistic but something somewhere went wrong because in 3rd gear the car acts really strange. Also didn't really understand any of the files I had to edit so it's all a bit of guesswork from my end.
Any advice on what to do, how to edit the files, what to look out for and maybe a good tutorial? Or some help would be much appreciated!
I used this website for all the information I needed https://www.automobile-catalog.com/car/2017/2559680/jaguar_xe_sv_project_8.html
In the mean time I'll see if I can make the model and textures look a bit better. Since this is al very new for me and I've never modded before don't get your hopes up for an amazing edit
send me your mod, I will do the drivetrain if you choose
Yea man! I have a few for these cars across some years... Some 2000, 2002, 2003 skins from both ALMS and Le Mans... Hit me up and lets see what we can do together for this epic era of endurance racing across the platforms (I mod rF2)!Wait you had that skin the whole time? And yes i am interested. Like the BBS Wheels on those.
To others (like me) it is so inconsequential in the overall immersion of the experience that it isn't even worth discussing.
it's a Chopard from the dial layout
The only watch that could have any relation with GT5 is the HUAWEI GT5 but I doubt it is a smartwatch there
UPDATE for all users of the GTSupreme Porsche 961LM...
As you may be aware the latest version (v1.1) now offers separate mods (1) original release wheels, (2) BBS Spoke and Turbo wheels. As commented by TB previously, the Turbo wheels were obtained from the 962 mod.
After comparing the two 961LM mods, initially looking for wheel/tire dimension inconsistencies - I came across a file ino 'tire_forza_dds' - the culprit...
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Copy this file and apply it to any additional livery for the BBS mod version - all fixed. 👍
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Think I'll give myself a beer...
Damn, you might be good at making a Navigator_StyleMercedes for CSP applied to ALL modern Mercedes cars...
Hi gents and gals
Today, 3 street cars from the fifties:
Chevrolet Belair 1957 sport coupé 235 manual 4 speed
Chevrolet Belair 1957 sport coupé V8 manual 3 speed
Chevrolet Belair 1957 sport coupé V8 with overdrive
Most of the files in data folder were updated (too lazy to listing that...)
All data's come from these pages:
that reminds me my father's chevrolet and the music of his V8 in 1959/1960 (ah... nostalgia...)
Download 3 in 1:
Have a nice day... or night for those living down under