[Mod] Gran Turismo 2 plus (bug fixes, restored content and new content)

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 2' started by pez2k, May 18, 2018.

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    Gran Turismo 2 plus is an unofficial bugfix and update for Gran Turismo 2. Two versions are provided:

    Light - This is solely fixes for outstanding bugs in the game.
    Complete - This restores cut content and adds new content in the style of the base game, as well as including all fixes from the Light version.

    Expand any of the spoiler tags below for further information on the mod, or see the included readme file.

    Restored cut racing modifications:
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    Fixed opponent bugs:
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    Restored cut car colours:
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    New car colours:
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    Restored liveries:
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    Fixed car stats and physics:
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    Restored content from Gran Turismo 1:
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    Restored content from pre-release versions of Gran Turismo 2:
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    Enabled all car dealerships in all regions:
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    -- Bugs
    - Audio
    Mazdaspeed Demio A-spec: Fixed missing engine sounds with turbo kit fitted.

    - Colours
    BP Apex Kraft Trueno: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Castrol Supra GT: Fixed thumbnail colour.
    Castrol Tom's Supra '99: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Denso Sard Supra: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Dodge Viper GTS-R Team Oreca: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Dodge Viper RT/10: Fixed palette error on non-striped colours.
    Honda Civic Ferio SiR '93 RM: Fixed green thumbnails.
    Nismo GT-R LM Road Car: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Nismo GT-R LM Road Car RM: Fixed purple thumbnails.
    Nissan R390 GT1 '98: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Nissan Sunny VZ-R RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
    Opel Calibra Touring Car: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Raybrig NSX: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    RE Amemiya Matsukiyo RX-7: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Subaru Impreza 22B STi Version: Colour correction (by Submaniac93).
    Subaru Impreza Rally Car '99: Colour correction (by Submaniac93).
    Suzuki Cultus Pikes Peak Version: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Toyota Chaser Tourer S '96 RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
    Toyota Chaser Tourer V '96 RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
    Toyota Corolla Levin '85 RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
    Toyota Exiv 200GT RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
    Toyota GT-ONE Road Version: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Toyota GT-ONE '98: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Toyota GT-ONE '98 (US): Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Toyota GT-ONE '99: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Toyota GT-ONE '99 (US): Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Toyota Trueno BZG '96 RM: Fixed blank thumbnails.
    Vauxhall Calibra Touring Car: Fixed blank thumbnail.
    Weds Sport Celica: Fixed blank thumbnail.

    - Models / Textures
    Acura NSX '91, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
    Acura NSX '93, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
    Acura NSX '97, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
    Acura NSX Type S, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
    Acura NSX Type S Zero, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
    Alfa Romeo 166 3.0 V6 24V: Fixed off-centre bodyshell.
    Audi S4 RM, night: Fixed corrupted textures.
    Chevrolet Camaro SS '97: Fixed UV mapping errors on taillights, including gaps.
    Chevrolet Camaro SS '97 RM: Fixed UV mapping errors on taillights, including gaps.
    Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 '95: Fixed 1990 wheels and side vents.
    Chrysler Viper GTS-R Team Oreca: Fixed flipped exhaust.
    Dodge Concept Car: Fixed texture error on rear deck.
    Dodge Concept Car RM: Fixed texture error on rear deck.
    Dodge Concept Car LM Edition: Fixed texture error on rear deck.
    Dodge Neon ACR RM: Corrected bodyshell from 2-door to 4-door (by B_Rad88).
    Dodge Phaeton: Fixed headlight transparency and taillight palettes.
    Dodge Viper GTS-R: Fixed missing UV mapping on rear bumper, misaligned stripes, offset roof, and rear bumper stripe scaling.
    Honda Accord SiR '96 RM: Fixed UV mapping error on rear bumper.
    Honda Civic Ferio '96 RM: Fixed texture error in rear wheel opening.
    Honda Civic Ferio '98: Fixed gap in exhaust.
    Honda Civic Ferio '98 RM: Fixed texture error in rear wheel opening and gap in exhaust.
    Honda CR-X SiR '91, night: Fixed white boxes around headlights.
    Honda Integra SiR-G '95 RM: Corrected windscreen banner from Acura to Honda.
    Honda Integra Type R '95 RM: Corrected windscreen banner from Acura to Honda.
    Honda NSX, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
    Honda NSX '90, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
    Honda NSX Type R '92, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
    Honda NSX Type S, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
    Honda NSX Type S Zero, night: Fixed warped rear wing.
    Lancia Delta HF Integrale Collezione: Fixed exhaust masking.
    Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo: Fixed exhaust masking.
    Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo RM: Fixed exhaust masking.
    Lancia Delta HF Integrale Rally Car: Fixed exhaust masking.
    Lister Storm V12, night: Fixed UV mapping errors on nearly the entire car, fixed misplaced taillights on LOD2.
    Lotus Elan S2, night: Fixed dark line on front wings.
    Lotus Elan S4 Sprint, night: Fixed dark line on front wings.
    Mazda Familia GT-R RM, night: Fixed corrupted front bumper texture and line under headlights.
    Mazda Familia GT-X RM, night: Fixed corrupted front bumper texture and line under headlights.
    Mazda RX-7 GT-C LM Edition, night: Fixed incorrect bodywork (by Submaniac93).
    Mazda RX-7 RS-R '97 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
    Mazda RX-7 RS-R '97 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
    Mazda RX-7 Type R '98 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
    Mazda RX-7 Type R '98 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
    Mazda RX-7 Type RB '97 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
    Mazda RX-7 Type RB '97 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
    Mazda RX-7 Type RB '98 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
    Mazda RX-7 Type RB '98 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
    Mazda RX-7 Type RS '97 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
    Mazda RX-7 Type RS '97 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
    Mazda RX-7 Type RS '98 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
    Mazda RX-7 Type RS '98 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
    Mazda RX-7 Type RZ '97 RM, night: Fixed missing logo and highlights.
    Mazda RX-7 Type RZ '97 alternate RM, night: Fixed missing logo.
    Mercedes-Benz CLK 200, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version.
    Mercedes-Benz CLK 320, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version.
    Mitsubishi GTO MR '95: Fixed missing rear wing supports.
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV GSR RM: Fixed missing livery patch on left side.
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR '99: Fixed reverse lights being painted, and masking around taillights.
    Mitsubishi Pajero Mini '97: Fixed misplaced backfaces on LOD1, removed erroneous faces from LOD2.
    Nissan 200SX '98: Updated model and colours, based on unused Silvia K's model.
    Nissan Primera Wagon '98 RM: Fixed UV mapping error on rear bumper.
    Nissan Silvia K's Aero '96: Added updated model and colours that PD forgot to include.
    Nissan Silvia Q's Aero '96: Updated model and colours, based on unused Silvia K's model.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R 4-Door RM: Fixed transparent patches around windscreen (unused body).
    Nissan Stagea 260RS '97 RM, night: Fixed missing section of livery.
    Nissan Stagea 260RS '98 RM: Fixed missing section of livery.
    Nissan Stagea 260RS '98 RM, night: Fixed missing section of livery.
    Nissan Stagea RS Four V '98 RM, night: Fixed missing section of livery.
    Opel Astra, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version.
    Opel Astra RM, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version.
    Opel Vectra RM: Fixed exhaust position (by Submaniac93).
    Peugeot 106 Rallye: Fixed UV mapping errors on bootlid handle.
    Peugeot 306 S16: Fixed exhaust masking.
    Plymouth PT Spyder: Removed chrome from A-pillars.
    Plymouth Superbird, night: Fixed model and UV mapping issues on rear windscreen.
    Renault Laguna RM: Fixed damaged textures on front bumper (by Submaniac93).
    Renault Megane, night: Fixed missing third brake light.
    Subaru Impreza Wagon WRX STi Ver.IV '97 RM 2, night: Fixed Falken green paint around headlights.
    Subaru Impreza Wagon WRX STi Ver.V '98 RM 2, night: Fixed Falken green paint around headlights.
    Subaru Impreza Wagon WRX STi Ver.VI RM 2, night: Fixed Falken green paint around headlights.
    Subaru Impreza Wagon WRX '97 RM 2, night: Fixed Falken green paint around headlights.
    Subaru Impreza Wagon WRX '98 RM 2, night: Fixed Falken green paint around headlights.
    Suzuki Alto Works RS/Z '98 RM: Fixed black paint around headlights.
    Tommykaira ZZ-S: Fixed bodywork hole around exhaust.
    Toyota GT-ONE Road Version, night: Fixed leftover livery around headlights.
    Toyota Prius RM, red livery, night: Fixed blue paint around headlights (unused body).
    Toyota Supra GT Turbo Ltd. '93 RM: Fixed transparent section of bumper in black colour.
    Vauxhall Astra, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version, fixed damaged textures on rear windscreen.
    Vauxhall Astra RM, night: Fixed front bumper to match day version.
    Vauxhall Vectra RM: Fixed exhaust position (by Submaniac93).
    Volkswagen Lupo RM: Fixed incorrect palette on windscreen.
    Zexel Skyline GT '97: Fixed missing face in diffuser.

    - Text
    Alfa Romeo 155 2.0 TS 16V: Fixed 'Metaallizzato' spelling error.
    ARTA Zexel Skyline: Fixed 'Arta' capitalisation error.
    Aston Martin DB7 Coupe: Fixed 'COUPE' capitalisation error.
    Aston Martin DB7 Volante: Fixed 'VOLANTE' capitalisation error.
    Aston Martin V8 Vantage: Fixed 'VANTAGE' capitalisation error.
    BMW 840Ci: Fixed 'Royalot' spelling error.
    Castrol TOM'S Supra GT '99: Removed incorrect description.
    cdmaOne Cerumo Supra: Fixed 'Cdma' capitalisation error and removed extra space from replay name.
    Chevrolet Corvette '82: Removed Stingray name that was not used after 1976.
    Citroen Xantia: Fixed 'v6' capitalisation error.
    Daishin Silvia: Fixed 'Daisin' spelling error.
    Denso SARD Supra GT '99: Removed incorrect description.
    Dodge Challenger: Fixed 'Bluemetallic' spelling error.
    Eunos Roadster S Special '93: Fixed 'Melrot' spelling error.
    Ford Cougar: Fixed 'tourmaline' capitalisation error.
    Ford RS200: Fixed 'Rs200' capitalisation error, removed 'Rally Car' from name.
    Honda Accord Wagon SiR '98: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Jaguar XJ220: Removed 'GT Race Car' from name.
    Lancia Y: Fixed 'Velde' and 'Wembiey' spelling errors.
    Lotus Elan S2 '90: Corrected name to Lotus Elan 1.6 '90.
    Lotus Elan S4 Sprint: Fixed 'ELAN' capitalisation error.
    Lotus Esprit V8 GT: Fixed replay name duplicated from the Esprit V8 SE.
    Mazda Demio GL-X '99: Added missing description.
    Mazda RX-7 A-spec: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Mercedes-Benz A160: Fixed missing 'Benz' in replay name.
    Mercedes-Benz CLK 200: Fixed missing 'Benz' in replay name.
    Mercedes-Benz CLK 320: Fixed missing 'Benz' in replay name.
    Mercedes-Benz SLK 230: Fixed missing 'Benz' and missing space in replay name.
    Mitsubishi FTO GP Ver.R '97: Removed incorrect description.
    Mitsubishi FTO GPX '94: Removed incorrect description.
    Mitsubishi FTO GPX '97: Removed incorrect description.
    Mitsubishi FTO GR '94: Removed incorrect description.
    Mitsubishi FTO GR '97: Removed incorrect description.
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evo.III Rally Car: Fixed 'Iii' capitalisation error and extra space in replay name.
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evo.IV Rally Car: Fixed extra space in replay name.
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution III GSR: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV GSR: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Mitsubishi Minica Dangan: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Mitsubishi Minica PJ: Fixed 'Pj' capitalisation error (JP only).
    Mugen S2000: Fixed 'MUGEN' capitalisation error.
    Nismo 400R 'PreceidingModel': Corrected name to Nismo 400R Prototype.
    Nissan 300ZX 2+2 '98: Fixed extra spaces in replay name (EU only).
    Nissan 300ZX Turbo '98: Fixed extra space in replay name (EU only).
    Nissan March Super Turbo: Fixed missing spaces in replay name.
    Nissan Primera 2.0Te-V: Updated name to match Japanese release.
    Nissan R390 GT1 Road Car '97: Fixed missing spaces in replay name.
    Nissan R390 GT1 Road Car '98: Fixed missing spaces in replay name.
    Nissan Silvia K's Aero SE: Fixed 'K'S' capitalisation error.
    Nissan Skyline 25GT Turbo: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline 280 Type MR: Fixed 'Skiline' spelling error (JP only).
    Nissan Skyline GTS25 Type S: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GTS25t Type M: Fixed missing spaces in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GTS4: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GTS-R: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GTS-t Type M: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R '71: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R '89: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R '91: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R '95: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R '97: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R '99: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R 4Door: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R Nismo: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec '95: Fixed missing space in replay name and abbreviation.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec '97: Fixed missing space in replay name and abbreviation (US only).
    Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec '99: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec II: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Nissan Skyline Silhouette Formula: Fixed 'Foumula' spelling error.
    Nissan Stagea RS Four V '98: Fixed missing space in replay name (US only).
    Opel Astra: Fixed 'Starsillber' spelling error.
    Opel Corsa: Fixed 'Starsillber' spelling error.
    Opel Tigra: Fixed 'Starsillber' spelling error.
    Opel Vectra: Fixed 'Starsillber' spelling error.
    Peugeot 206 Rally Car: Fixed misplaced year.
    Plymouth GTX: Fixed 'Cooper' spelling error.
    Renault Espace F1: Fixed replay name.
    RUF BTR Type I: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    RUF BTR Type II: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Shelby GT350 '66: Added missing description.
    Shelby GT500 '68: Added missing description.
    Subaru Impreza 22B STi Version: Fixed 'Sti' capitalisation error.
    Suzuki Cervo Mode: Fixed 'Celvo' spelling error.
    Suzuki Cappuccino: Fixed 'Capcino' abbreviation.
    Tommykaira m13: Fixed missing spaces in replay name.
    Tommykaira R '95: Fixed extra space in replay name.
    Tommykaira R '99: Fixed extra space in replay name.
    Toyota Corolla Trueno '83: Corrected name to Sprinter Trueno.
    Toyota Corolla Trueno '85: Corrected name to Sprinter Trueno.
    Toyota Prius: Fixed 'PRIUS' capitalisation error.
    Toyota Soarer 2.5 GT-T '95: Fixed 'Phtalocyanine' spelling error.
    Toyota Starlet Turbo S '82: Corrected name to Toyota Starlet S '80, corrected colour name to Green.
    Toyota XYR Detroit Show Ver.: Fixed missing space in replay name.
    Unisia JECS Skyline: Fixed 'Jecs' capitalisation error.
    Venturi 400GT: Fixed aspiration type from MA to TURBO, fixed 'Blue' instead of 'Bleu'.
    Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo: Fixed 'Blue' instead of 'Bleu'.
    VW Golf V6: Added missing description.
    Xanavi ARTA Silvia: Fixed 'Zanavi' spelling error and 'Arta' capitalisation error.

    - Stats
    Audi A4: Fixed price being swapped with S4.
    Audi S4: Fixed price being swapped with A4.
    BMW 528i: Fixed engine stats.
    Chevrolet Corvette '82: Fixed engine stats.
    Chevrolet Corvette '96: Fixed length stat.
    Citroen Xsara Rally Car: Fixed engine stats.
    Daihatsu Move SR-XX (2WD) '97: Fixed peak torque stat.
    Daihatsu Move SR-XX (4WD) '97: Fixed height stat.
    Daihatsu Storia Rally Car: Fixed engine stats.
    Dodge Avenger: Fixed engine stats.
    Dodge Challenger: Fixed engine stats.
    Dodge Charger: Fixed engine stats.
    Dodge Neon ACR: Fixed engine stats.
    Dodge Neon R/T: Fixed engine stats.
    Dodge Stratus ES: Fixed engine stats.
    Fiat 500 Sporting: Fixed engine stats.
    Fiat 500R: Fixed engine stats.
    Fiat 600 Sporting: Fixed engine stats.
    Fiat Punto GT: Fixed engine stats.
    Ford Cougar: Fixed price being taken from the Mercury Cougar '67. New price based on real-world pricing.
    Ford GT40: Fixed engine stats.
    Ford GT40 Race Car: Fixed engine stats.
    Ford Mustang GT '98: Fixed engine stats.
    Ford Mustang GT '99: Fixed engine stats.
    Ford Mustang SVT Cobra '99: Fixed engine stats.
    Ford RS200: Fixed engine stats.
    Honda Accord SiR '96: Fixed engine stats.
    Honda Accord Wagon SiR '96: Fixed engine stats.
    Honda NSX '90: Fixed missing year.
    Honda S2000 GT1: Fixed engine stats.
    Lancia Delta S4: Fixed engine stats.
    Lancia Y: Fixed engine stats.
    Lister Storm: Fixed engine stats.
    Mercury Cougar '67: Fixed price.
    Mine's Lancer Evolution V: Fixed engine stats.
    Mini Cooper Mk1: Fixed engine stats.
    Mini Cooper 1.3i: Fixed engine stats.
    Plymouth Cuda: Fixed engine stats.
    Plymouth GTX: Fixed engine stats.
    Plymouth Muscle Car: Fixed engine stats.
    Plymouth Superbird: Fixed engine stats.
    Renault Clio 16V: Fixed engine stats.
    Renault Laguna V6: Corrected engine from I4 to V6.
    Rover Mini 1275S: Fixed width stat.
    Spoon Civic Type R: Fixed engine stats.
    Spoon Integra Type R: Fixed engine stats.
    Spoon S2000: Fixed engine stats.
    STP Taisan Viper: Fixed engine stats.
    Subaru 360: Fixed engine stats.
    Subaru Impreza WRX '94: Corrected height.
    Tommykaira ZZII: Fixed engine stats.
    Tommykaira ZZIII: Fixed engine stats.
    Toyota Altezza 280T: Fixed engine stats.
    Toyota Celica Rally Car: Fixed engine stats.
    Toyota Starlet Turbo S '82: Changed year to 1980.
    TVR Cerbera LM Edition: Fixed engine stats.
    TVR Chimaera 4.0: Fixed engine stats.
    TVR Chimaera 4.5: Fixed engine stats.
    TVR Chimaera 5.0: Fixed engine stats.
    Vector W8: Fixed engine stats.
    Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo: Fixed engine stats.
    VW Golf V5: Fixed engine stats.
    VW New Beetle GLS: Fixed engine stats.
    VW New Beetle GT: Fixed engine stats.

    - Upgrades / Physics
    All racecars: Fixed bug that prevented adjustment of brake balance.
    Acura Integra GS-R: Fixed typo in 4th gear ratio.
    Acura Integra GS-R '95: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable, fixed typo in 4th gear ratio.
    Acura Integra Type R '95: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable.
    Acura Integra Type R '98: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable.
    Acura NSX '93: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable.
    Acura NSX Type S: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable.
    Acura NSX Type S Zero: Fixed typo that caused the RM to be unavailable.
    BMW 528i: Corrected engine power from 142PS to 142kW (190PS).
    Chevrolet Corvette '82: Corrected engine power from 230BHP to 200BHP, corrected redline, corrected stock gearing.
    Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 '95: Fixed final drive ratio.
    Daihatsu Move SR-XX (2WD) '97: Fixed weight being swapped with 4WD model.
    Daihatsu Move SR-XX (4WD) '97: Fixed weight being swapped with 2WD model.
    Dodge Stratus ES: Corrected engine power and torque curves, from 104PS / 17.2kgm to 163PS / 22.5kgm, and corrected engine redline. Adjusted turbo kits to compensate for increased base power.
    Ford Mustang GT '98: Corrected engine power from 207BHP to 225BHP.
    Ford Mustang GT '99: Corrected engine power from 207BHP to 260BHP.
    HKS R33 Drag: Corrected tyre sizes from HKS 180SX skinny fronts / wide rears to 10.5" slicks on all four corners.
    Honda Accord SiR '96: Corrected weight from 1490kg to 1290kg.
    Honda Accord Wagon SiR '96: Added missing NA Tune stage 3 and adjusted 1 and 2 to match the saloon.
    Honda Civic Ferio '93: Added missing turbo kits from hatchback version, fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda Civic Ferio '96: Added missing turbo kits from hatchback version, fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda Civic Ferio '98: Added missing turbo kits from hatchback version.
    Honda Civic SiR-II '93: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda Civic SiR-II '95: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda CR-X del sol VXi '92: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda CR-X del sol SiR '92: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda CR-X SiR '91: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda Integra SiR-G '95: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda Integra Type R '95: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda NSX: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda NSX '90: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda Prelude Si '91: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda Prelude Si VTEC '91: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda Prelude SiR '96: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Honda Prelude Type-S '96: Fixed incorrect weight from GT1 US.
    Mine's Lancer Evolution V: Corrected LSD settings and adjustments from FF to 4WD.
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V Rally Car (alternate livery): Removed duplicate LSD.
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI Rally Car: Removed duplicate LSD.
    Nissan Skyline 280 Type MR: Corrected drivetrain from 4WD to FR.
    Subaru Impreza WRX '94: Corrected engine power and torque to 260PS / 31.5kgm (swapped with '94 WRX Wagon), corrected weight.
    Subaru Impreza WRX Wagon '94: Corrected engine power and torque to 220PS / 28.5kgm (swapped with '94 WRX).
    Subaru Impreza WRX STi Ver.VI typeRA: Corrected engine power multiplier to match the base and typeR versions.
    Vauxhall Corsa: Fixed missing turbo kit.
    Vauxhall Tigra: Fixed missing turbo kit.
    Vector W8 Twin Turbo: Added workaround for bug preventing unequipping of intercooler upgrades. As a consequence the stock turbo kit will be listed as Stage 1.
    Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo: Corrected power from 210PS to 310PS, and weight from 1250kg to 1279kg, removed erroneous driveshaft upgrade.
    VW Golf V6: Corrected engine from 150PS V5 to 204PS V6. Corrected drivetrain from FF to 4WD. Corrected weight.

    - Events
    Clubman Cup race 2: Removed Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo opponent as it now has much more power than the other opponents.
    Clubman Cup race 3: Added Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo opponent.
    French Nationals race 2: Removed Venturi Atlantique 300 Bi-Turbo opponent as it now has much more power than the other opponents.
    German Nationals race 1: Removed BMW 528i opponent as it now has much more power than the other opponents.
    German Nationals race 2: Added BMW 528i opponent with 248PS and Sports tyres.
    Gran Turismo All Stars: Added racing modification to Elise GT1 opponent.
    Gran Turismo World Championship: Added racing modification to Elise GT1 opponent.
    Manufacturer - Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution: The Mine's Lancer Evolution V can now be entered.
    Manufacturer - Nissan Skyline R34: The Mine's R34 Skyline GT-R and Tommykaira R '99 can now be entered.
    Manufacturer - Toyota Celica (Racing): The Weds Sport Celica GT can now be entered.
    Manufacturer - Toyota MR-S: The Toyota MR-S Motor Show Version can now be entered.
    Manufacturer - VW Golf: Removed VW Golf V6 opponent as it now has much more power than the other opponents.
    Manufacturer - VW Golf (Racing): Removed VW Golf V6 opponents as they now have much more power than the other opponents.
    Rome 2 Hours: Added racing modification to XJ220 opponent.
    Tuned NA Cup: Removed Peugeot 306 S16 RM on dirt tyres from the list of possible opponents.
    Tuned Turbo Car Cup: Replaced naturally aspirated Tommykaira R30 with other cars from the list of possible opponents.

    - Menus
    Nissan dealership: Replaced inaccurate Nissan Primera in the New Car section with the accurate but unused Nissan Primera 2.0Te-V.
    Toyota dealership: Fixed US region alternate version of the 2000GT showing up in the Used Car section instead of the correct version.

    All changes from the Light version, plus:

    - Colours
    Castrol Supra GT: Restored white / blue, black / green and black / blue colours from GT1.
    Citroen Saxo RM: Restored black colour.
    Dodge Viper GTS: Restored 1997 colours.
    Dodge Viper RT/10: Restored 1997 colours.
    Dodge Viper RT/10 RM: Added yellow colour based on GT1 version (by Submaniac93).
    Ford GT90: Restored several cut colours.
    Jaguar XJR-15: Added range of colours (by Sirius-R & Submaniac93).
    Lister Storm: Restored several cut colours.
    Mazda RX-7 A-Spec LM Edition: Restored purple colour from GT1 pre-releases.
    Mazda RX-7 infini III RM: Restored black colour from GT1 pre-releases.
    Mazdaspeed AZ1 A spec: Restored blue colour.
    Mercedes-Benz C 43 AMG: Restored several cut colours.
    Mercedes-Benz E 55 AMG: Restored several cut colours.
    Mitsubishi GTO LM Edition: Restored silver colour from GT1 pre-releases.
    Mitsubishi Mirage Cyborg R '92 RM: Restored peach colour from GT1 pre-releases.
    Nissan Pulsar GTi-R RM: Restored green colour.
    Nissan Skyline GTS-R: Removed fictional colours.
    Peugeot 306 S16 RM: Restored red livery.
    Plymouth Pronto Spyder: Restored several cut colours.
    Subaru Impreza WRX STi Ver.III '96: Restored Sports Blue colour from the V-Limited model, from GT1.
    TOM'S T01 Angel: Restored silver colour.
    Toyota Levin BZG '96 RM: Restored purple colour from GT1 pre-releases.
    Toyota Sprinter Trueno '85: Restored High Sonic colour.
    Toyota Supra GT Turbo Ltd. '93 RM: Restored purple colour from GT1 pre-releases.
    Toyota Supra Twinturbo-R '91 RM: Restored purple colour from GT1 pre-releases.
    TVR Cerbera 4.2 RM: Restored silver colour.
    TVR Cerbera LM Edition: Added green colour based on GT1 Cerbera LM.
    TVR Cerbera Speed 6 RM: Restored silver colour.
    Vector M12: Restored silver colour.
    Vector W8 Twin Turbo: Restored several cut colours.

    - Models / Textures
    Ford Focus Rally Car: Restored Valvoline logos, removed sunroof.
    Nissan Primera 2.0Te '90 RM: Restored Impul and Nismo logos.
    Nissan Pulsar GTi-R RM: Restored Nismo banner from GT1.
    Nissan Skyline GTS-R RM: Restored Impul logos.

    - Text
    All cars: Rename MA aspiration type to S/C.
    Jaguar XJR: Removed 'Vehicle' from name.
    Jaguar XJR15: Removed 'GT Race Car' from name.
    Nissan Skyline GTS-R: Added missing Bluish Black colour name.

    - Upgrades / Physics
    Citroen Xsara 1.8i 16v: Restored racing modification, fixed wheels.
    Ford Taurus SHO: Restored NASCAR livery as an alternate racing modification.
    Honda Life T '97: Restored racing modification, fixed wheels.
    Honda Life T '98: Restored racing modification, fixed wheels.
    Nismo GT-R LM: Added alternate RM based on GT1 version (by Submaniac93).
    Nissan Skyline GT-R 4Door: Restored racing modification.
    Renault Clio 16V: Added turbo kit as the car had no major power upgrades.
    Toyota MR-S Motor Show Version: Added turbo kit as the car had no major power upgrades.
    Toyota Prius: Restored racing modification, added weight reduction.
    Toyota XYR Detroit Show Version: Added NA tuning as the car had no major power upgrades.

    - Cars
    Acura Integra LS '95: Added car, based on unused content.
    Aston Martin DB7 Coupe [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
    Eunos Roadster '93 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version and placeholder GT1 demo content.
    Honda Civic Type R '97 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
    Honda NSX-R LM GT2: Added car, based on GT1 version.
    Mazda Roadster RS D-Rights: Added car, based on license test version.
    Mercedes-Benz CLK Race Car: Restored car.
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV GSR '96 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V Rally Car (alternate livery): Restored car.
    Mugen S2000: Added car, based on unused model.
    Nissan Primera 2.0Tm S Selection: Converted the inaccurate PAL Primera into an accurate 2.0Tm.
    Nissan Pulsar VZ-R N1 '97 [Livery]: Added car, based on cut content.
    Nissan Silvia Q's '88 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
    Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero D-Rights: Added car, based on license test version.
    Nissan Skyline GT-R '91 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
    RUF CR4: Added car, based on unused content.
    Subaru Impreza WRX STi Ver.III '96 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
    Subaru SVX S4 '95 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
    Toyota Celica SS-II '95 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
    Toyota Soarer 2.5VVT-i '96 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
    Toyota Supra RZ '97 [Special Colour]: Added car, based on GT1 version.
    Vauxhall Vectra SRi 2.0 16V: Added car, based on cut content.
    VW Polo: Restored car.

    - Events
    All events: Enabled Opel / Vauxhall and Acura models as opponents.
    Multiple events: Tweaked opponent list to remove duplicated Opel / Vauxhall and Honda / Acura opponents.
    4WD Challenge race 2: Added RUF CR4 opponent.
    Compact Car Cup: Restored VW Polo to list of possible opponents.
    FF Challenge race 1: Added Acura Integra LS '95 opponent.
    UK Nationals race 1: Added Vauxhall Vectra SRi 2.0 16V opponent.
    Secret: Added Acura Integra LS '95 as prize car.
    Secret: Added Aston Martin DB7 Coupe [Special Colour] as prize car.
    Secret: Added Eunos Roadster '93 [Special Colour] as prize car.
    Secret: Added Honda Civic Type R '97 [Special Colour] as prize car.
    Secret: Added Mazda Roadster RS D-Rights as prize car.
    Secret: Added Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV GSR '96 [Special Colour] as prize car.
    Secret: Added Mugen S2000 as prize car.
    Secret: Added Nissan Primera 2.0Tm S Selection as prize car.
    Secret: Added Nissan Pulsar VZ-R N1 '97 [Livery] as prize car.
    Secret: Added Nissan Silvia Q's '88 [Special Colour] as prize car.
    Secret: Added Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero D-Rights as prize car.
    Secret: Added Nissan Skyline GT-R '91 [Special Colour] as prize car.
    Secret: Added RUF CR4 as prize car.
    Secret: Added Subaru Impreza WRX STi Ver.III '96 [Special Colour] as prize car.
    Secret: Added Subaru SVX S4 '95 [Special Colour] as prize car.
    Secret: Added Toyota Celica SS-II '95 [Special Colour] as prize car.
    Secret: Added Toyota Soarer 2.5VVT-i '96 [Special Colour] as prize car.
    Secret: Added Toyota Supra RZ '97 [Special Colour] as prize car.
    Secret: Added VW Polo as prize car.
    Secret: Added Vauxhall Vectra SRi 2.0 16V as prize car.

    - Menus
    Acura dealership: Added dealership to South City.
    Honda dealership: Added Honda NSX-R LM GT2 to the Special section.
    Mercedes-Benz dealership: Added Special section, containing the Mercedes-Benz CLK Race Car.
    Mitsubishi dealership: Added Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V Rally Car (alternate livery) to the Special section.
    Opel dealership: Added dealership to North City (PAL English only).
    Vauxhall dealership: Added dealership to North City (except PAL English).

    pez2k - Research, tooling, all data, texture, palette and sound modifications (unless mentioned below)
    adeyblue - Research (reverse engineering), tooling (GTVolTools, GT2DataExploder)
    Submaniac93 - Research (memory mapping), model editing (RX-7 GT-C LM) texture editing (GT-R LM RM, Laguna RM), palette editing (GT-R LM RM, Viper RT/10 RM, XJR15)
    B_Rad88 - Texture editing (Neon ACR RM)
    Sirius-R - Recolouring (XJR15)
    Turn10 - Reference data (VW Golf V6 engine, from the Bora V6 in Forza Motorsport 4)
    SuperFrizzio - QA and testing
    Sal_89 - QA and testing

    Alpha 4.1 - 05/03/2019
    Alpha 4 - 27/02/2019 (cancelled due to game limitations)
    Alpha 3 - 10/07/2018
    Alpha 2 - 18/05/2018
    Alpha 1 - 18/05/2018 (internal test version)

    Please note that for this initial alpha test release, only the Simulation disc of the PAL version of Gran Turismo 2 is supported. Other regions and the Arcade disc will be supported in later releases.

    Download (alpha 4.1)

    Download (demo save)
     
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  2. Gamerjman19

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    Always wished something like this was possible. I'm glad it finally is now.
     
  3. TannerD92

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    Hi :)

    Really a much great work!,congratulations and thank you for releasing this! :D
     
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    Great job! I hope you fix the Escudo's super handling properties too. This way the real circuit cars will be the best at what they are supposed to be and the Escudo can be the dirt trial master it's meant to be.
     
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    Good job! I hope that the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C3 is fixed. It is 1982 in the game, but the Stingray C3's production has finished in 1976. And I think that the Peugeot 306 S16 RM's should be named to Peugeot 306 Maxi.
     
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    I don't think its handling is a bug, PD intended it to be that way. It and the Cultus also have a special version of the dirt tyres that no other cars get, presumably to make it better on dirt.

    The C3 ingame is a 1980-82 body with the integrated front and rear spoilers, but a 1978 engine and the old Stingray name. If I do anything to it, I'll probably remove the Stingray part of the name and bump the power up slightly to 1981 spec.

    As for the 306 RM, no - the menu names for cars are shared between all bodies for that car, so the stock 306 would be named the Maxi too.
     
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    Well, if not mistaken, the Peugeot 306 Maxi Rally Car is based on Peugeot 306 S16.
    I think that the Alfa Romeo 155 Touring Car should be renamed to Alfa Romeo 155 BTCC '94, since the car is based on Gabriele Tarquini's Alfa Romeo 155 BTCC '94.
     
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    What I mean is that it's not possible to name a RM differently to the base car - the name in the menu is the same for the 306 S16 no matter which bodyshell it has, just with an [R] added if the body is not the stock one. Replay / high score names are per body though.
     
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    Great work, loved your Forza work and now seeing GT2 get some love is awesome.

    Just wondering, what's the easiest way of checking that the patch is installed properly? Some kind of noticeable difference that's quick to check?
     
  10. Tina Branford

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    Yeah, you may be right but I suppose that's one thing that makes GT2 that much more of a horrible excuse for a simulator. In real life the GT-One, R390 GT-1, and GT40 Gulf Race Car would absolutely outperform the Escudo and Cultus on a circuit. Granted the Escudo would win on the Hill Climb. They also made the mistake of making the Escudo the best Rally car in general when in all reality it was a pure PPHC machine. All one has to do is research the 'greatest rally cars in history' or most 'successful rally cars in history' to see that the Escudo is not on those lists most of the time. GT2 is just a prime example of how inferior a game with bad even to it's day physics and intense uncompromising Japanese car favoritism. How any sane car enthusiast can enjoy such a utterly and absolutely flawed piece of work is beyond me.
     
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    There's a CRC32 hash for the patched game in the readme file you can match against, otherwise you can check the Audi dealership to make sure that the S4 is 50,000Cr to buy instead of 28,000Cr or whatever it is normally. The quickest way to check the Complete-specific changes is to see how many paint colours the C43 AMG has in the Mercedes dealership - the default game just has silver and black.
     
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    Nice one, I'll give it a go next time I start GT2. :tup:
     
  13. submaniac93

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    Give it a break, man. that's the PS1 with 1MB or RAM you're talking about, not a supercomputer ^^'
    At a time where games had next to no content, much less decent physics, this was literally the best they could get, and many people, including me, have spent so much time playing it that of course we'll think it's a great game, and it was. Now of course if you're going at it with a 2018 simulation player, Thrustmaster wheel user mindset, it's bound to be god-awful. But that's not the point. It did its best, with Japanese people programming it, most of whom had probably little actual car knowledge and would blindly code what was asked of them, so just go easy on them. You can't ask europeans to know all about american cars, or americans to know a lot about japanese cars. They wanted to impress, and they only had so much budget to make the game, so they went where the car models they could add were the cheapest to find: their own home of Japan. I can't blame them for that one bit. In fact, even if JDM cars make almost half of the game's content, what's there for european and american cars have enough never-seen-afterwards gems for me to say that's it's still decent.
     
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    I understand what your saying but I still find it hard not to fault them on their job with GT1 and GT2. Honestly for the longest time GT2 was my fav GT until I could not tolerate the unbalanced nature of the cars anymore. I mean it's a good game in it's own right I suppose.
     
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    You've got to also remember one key thing about Gran Turismo 1 and 2. If it wasn't for these two games, a lot of other games might not have come to be. Gran Turismo paved the way for racing games unlike any other game did before it. Need For Speed surely didn't give us the content and the quality that we got from GT. Yeah the game is dated compared to todays standards, but back then it was as accurate a game you would get for the genre. It was more simulation than NFS or Test Drive or any other game for that matter.
    Flaws or not it was a remarkable game. It helped introduce people to cars outside of their domestic market. It also introduced new people to the world of cars, myself included. In fact, look to the left and see just how much Gran Turismo influenced my car enthusiast lifestyle.
     
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    I honestly do agree with you for the most part. While I have always loved cars GT DID also have an impact on me in introducing me to a variety of cars. As a matter of fact it was GT2 that lead me on to Mazda RX-7's which are now my favorite cars in the world.
     
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    Maybe because you’re searching for “rally cars”, and the Escudo isn’t a rally car.

    900 bhp beats 295 bhp, just deal with it.
     
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    As said the Escudo ends up producing faster lap times on ALL dirt courses(rally courses) in GT2 not just the PPHC(as it was meant for.) This in turn expresses the car as superior to all on dirt, tarmac, and a circuit in the game. That's entirely unbalanced deal with it.. yeah deal with the common sense.
     
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    I guess that’s what 900 bhp does. Why do you think that rally cars should be faster?
     
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    Alright, common sense time:

    Suzuki Escudo : 981hp/900kg, 0.917 power to weight ratio
    vs
    Subaru Impreza WRC '99 in GT2: 476hp/1230kg, 2.584 ptw ratio
    (vs Toyota GT-One Race Car in GT2: 672hp/900kg, 1.339 ptw ratio
    vs 2018 Formula 1 specs (found here and here): 1000hp/660kg, 0.66 ptw ratio and outrageous downforce)
    In terms of pure numbers, the Escudo destroys them all except of course the F1, but that one I put there just as a reference.
    I didn't mention downforce as I don't have the actual numbers, but I know the Escudo in-game has about as much aero as any other LM race cars, while the Impreza being a lower-tier race car has less max downforce.
    I cannot tell any IRL values because obvious reasons. My guess is that the GT-One would have a little more if not equal downforce with the Escudo. What gives it more grip in the turns on the road, is it's suspension setup and lower center of mass.

    Consider the game's rally tracks:
    Tahiti Maze
    Smokey Mountain North
    Smokey Mountain South
    Deep Forest Roadway
    Pike's Peak Uphill/Downhill
    Tahiti Dirt Route 3

    All of them have wide roads, some with, some without major jumps. All of them except Taithi Maze have long straights/fast parts.

    IRL, any power level on a Rally Car will only be able to go at certain speeds in the turns, because dirt has low grip, roads are very narrow, at most 2 cars wide and sometimes barely 1 car width, and you don't always run at speeds that require strong downforce to get better times, so the Escudo and Cultus should not be any better than WRC cars. If anything, the massive power spike due to the turbo spool lag would be massively dangerous and make the car extremely unstable.
    However, considering GT2's rally tracks have wide roads and fast sections, then power becomes a factor to consider. And so the Escudo wins on dirt.

    However, as for the asphalt, well it's true that LM machines are built for the road. And they would most likely beat the Escudo (let's not consider that you could set its suspension and downforce for track racing) in the turns. However, the Escudo is once again 981hp while the LM cars run at ~600 on race days. So in the straights, and with the proper setup, the Escudo would be able to blast past them any day when accelerating, and be just a tad slower at top speed due to a worse air penetration profile.

    That's what logic tells me.

    However, GT2 is not real life. The Escudo in GT2 doesn't have the turbo spool lag that it should have (apparently) and it is OP for sure. It beats anything effortlessly. And that's unrealistic, but i'll never hold that against GT2 because I fully understand the limitations imposed by the hardware and time constraints.
    Plus, the game is way more fun than any pure simulation out there even today (and that's my personal opinion of course) and i'm perfectly happy to come back to it and GT1, GT3, GT4, because they're fun to play with.

    I hope that this is enough common sense to break the off-topicness of the Escudo debate.
     
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    My reasoning for that is in the basis of car design. When a track car or any high performance car is designed and built for a competition of a certain class or category it's done so with a specific properties suited for said task. The Escudo is a wonderous piece of mechanical engineering yes but it's strictly engineered for a limited scope of tasks.

    All I'm saying is one wouldn't take an LMP or old Class C machine to a rally course or what have you.. just like one would not want to take the Escudo or any off road trial machine to compete with the TS050 for example on Circuit de la Sarthe. These machine have their purposes built properties and perform those with flying colors.. there is no perfect all powerful car but GT2 has one(unintentionally) and we know what It is.

    Sorry for the attitude but it's a design error I can't overlook. I'll leave the topic alone though, you guys peace out ok.
     
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    I know one car that could use a color tweak is the Daishin Silvia, and fix the name.
     
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    And what properties does Pikes Peak have that make such a car unsuitable for racing on dirt circuits?
     
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    I'm just gonna throw that out there, but Pike's Peak is 100% asphalt nowadays, but 2011 still had a Suzuki SX4 go up it~ So it's basically a "standard" hillclimb now, therefore, by proxy, the Escudo is suited for asphalt races as well, in a way~

    @Gamerjman19 The name should be corrected in Pez's mod, and I agree for the color... in a way. I find that orange to be pretty ugly, so I wouldn't mind to keep the car bronze :p
     
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    Wow my posts sound frickin rude.

    Sorry I was outta hand.
     
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    Bit of a suggestion, even though it has all the chances of being denied, but when i've thought out about it, i've always thought it was odd how the 400GT Venturi has engine upgrades that do basically jack, compared to the 300 that goes from around 210 hp to roughly 630. Could that possibly be amended so that the 400GT isn't comparatively useless?
     
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    Could be doable. It's true the 400's turbo is weak as an upgrade. Could add a stage 2 that gets it up to about 650hp methinks. So that it doesn't become better than the 600.
     
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    I have just downloaded the file. what is the .xdelta file how to open them?
     
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    You need a certain program whose name closely resembles the .xdelta extention to patch the base game. I'm unwilling to say more because I don't want the mods to ban-hammer me to oblivion. Just do a quick google search and hopefully it'll be self explanatory.
    Also, don't forget, it's a patch for PAL. It won't work on other releases.
     
  30. Tina Branford

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    The 400 does get a racing mod meaning downforce and better handling. The 400GT regardless of having less hp is still faster. I can win the Red Rock Valley with it and the Rome 2 hour endurance etc with the 400GT the 600 Bi Turbo would have more a difficult time with those races. Granted I do agree... 600+ hp would be awesome with the 400GT.

    Speaking of Venturi.. man I love the cars and is very disappointed that they decided to forgo them in GT3 and GT4.
     
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