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

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I just don't agree with this in the Complete version:

Citroen Xsara 1.8i 16v: Restored racing modification.
Honda Life T '97: Restored racing modification.
Honda Life T '98: Restored racing modification.
Nissan Skyline GT-R 4Door: Restored racing modification.
Toyota Prius: Restored racing modification.

Explanation:
The best used non-racing modified car becomes just another Skyline. ¬¬


Would it be too much work to remove just that?
I'm not exactly sure what the issue is - surely you can just not buy the new RMs?

All of the source files for the mod are on Github so you're free to make whatever changes you'd like for personal use.
AYC (Active Yaw Control) see here:
https://gran-turismo.fandom.com/wiki/Mitsubishi_Lancer_Evolution_VI_RS_'99
One of the V Rally versions also doesn't have it erroneously.
Which one specifically?
 
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Which one specifically?
 
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I still don't understand what you're trying to show me.
The vanilla Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V Rally Car from the Special Store does not have YAW.
This already has:
"Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V Rally Car (alternate livery): Restored car."

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The vanilla Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V Rally Car from the Special Store does not have YAW.
This already has:
"Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V Rally Car (alternate livery): Restored car."
Ah, I see. Is it the same in the game itself? That tool doesn't directly use any game data, so it might not be correct.
 
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Hi guys.
can anybody help me?
I downloaded the patch, downloaded XDeltaUI and couldn't apply the patch at all.
The game version is Japanese SCPS 10116 and 10117.

This is the error I get from xdeltaUI:
"xdelta3: target window checksum mismatch: XD3_INVALID_INPUT"
 
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Your disc image is not correct, so the patch cannot be applied. Try ripping the disc again, and compare with the checksums on redump.org to verify that the resulting image is not damaged.
This can happen if the disc is badly scratched and the medium used to rip is pfffft quality. I know what I'm talking about; I've had many an audio rip sound like fpfpfpfpfpfpfpfpfp (me imitating skipping) because the CD was scratched and the the ripping medium was absolute trassssssshhhh...
 
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Your disc image is not correct, so the patch cannot be applied. Try ripping the disc again, and compare with the checksums on redump.org to verify that the resulting image is not damaged.

This can happen if the disc is badly scratched and the medium used to rip is pfffft quality. I know what I'm talking about; I've had many an audio rip sound like fpfpfpfpfpfpfpfpfp (me imitating skipping) because the CD was scratched and the the ripping medium was absolute trassssssshhhh...
I managed to solve it.
I was doing the procedure incorrectly.
I managed to apply the patch and now everything is working fine.

Thank you very much for your attention.