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Old 05-01-2010, 04:10 PM
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I am trying to make this car my own, I have tinted windows, installed dash emblem, bumper emblem, headlight covers, and am expecting resonator delete kit from Blastin Bobs this week. Need some sound. What do you all think?
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Old 05-02-2010, 10:27 AM
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Good Job--looks sweeeeet
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Nice mods and you will like the sound of your R/T after they get rid of the resonators. Next go for an intake and tuner chip. (Diablo) works good and adds that extra punch to it. Then you will need some really sticky tires out back to get that new found HP to the tarmac. Kepp the mods coming and make that beast your own.
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Looks like your comming along very good. Just remember once you start it's hard to stop.
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Old 05-03-2010, 01:31 PM
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It is hard to stop, I also installed the T-Handle a while back and jsut wanted to say Thanks to the member who had the idea of placing the emblems on teh dash and rear bumper. I kinda stole his ideas.
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Hey there fellow Hoosier , that look nice.

were abouts are you in the hoosier state?
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I'm in Anderson.. Where you at?
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Crown Point .
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Some things, like car colors and handling, weapons characteristics, ped relations, can be changed easily because all the data necessary stored in plain-text files, with basic guidelines for their usage from game developers in file headers. However, creating more advanced modifications (such as entire buildings or cars) is trickier, and usually requires some advance experience in creating models for games. Google SketchUp is a good program for creating building models. 3DS Max, Lightwave and Zmodeller are also used. Textures creation is also not so simple, textures must match with specific game engine limitations and should be organized by special order into TXD files.

The mission modifications are even harder to produce. First, mission script for game must present in compiled form, which require use of special compiler/decompiler tools for any changes. Second, script language not officially documented, worse, each script editor have own interpretation of it. Finally, many script features depend on hardcoded functions in game executable, which can lead to unexpected troubles with different usage approaches, game region versions, official patches and even depends on end-user hardware. These results with mission modifications are usually simple gameplay missions. Most often used mission script editor is Mission Builder by Barton Waterduck and its derivative, Sanny Builder.

For Total Conversions, even more specific tools needed, like ped & traffic paths editor, GXT (texts) editor, interface (menu) editor and so on. It is strongly advised that you do not attempt to do more than you are capable of. Do not expect to be able to recreate your favorite car in a few hours, many modifications take months.

Vice City Mod Manager or VCMM, is a tool for modifying objects in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. VCMM uses its own file format VCM, and mods can be downloaded in this format from many different websites.
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oh yeah thats a bad ride..i want a black-out kit too..how much were they?
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