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Milli last won the day on May 4

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  1. TDU Platinum doesn't tune motorbikes anymore. Also, try to press F8 in-game. It toggles the avatar on/off.
  2. That's just the missing library. The game still works, but the name is missing. Later i send you.
  3. Thanks! Eventually i sure will! (You already did, with the stream and this .2db limit.)
  4. The fuel mod is part of the Project Paradise, i don't know how to help, as i don't use fuel mod myself. In general, how fast it can corner, but the handling bar is a bit iffy, as the value displayed is just a value that you can set. But it's not easy-hard, that's for sure... Neither do i. I can't really help much if you start to modify the game. Many things can cause TDU to crash out, so it is hard to pin point exactly what could it be.
  5. Different rims have no performance change at all. They're just visual. And tuning in Platinum works this way, some cars have 1-step tuning, and some have 2-step. What that means? 1-step tuning : Regular tuning level, stage 1, 2 and 3, like for example, Ferrari F355. It has a 1-step tuning. 2-step tuning: It's when there is a model change, body change, version change or class change. Sometimes even roof on-off (Honda S2000), is classified as a 2-step. It works this way, first you choose the model/body/version you want (Usually stage 1), and then you can re-tune it, to stage 3. To notice a 2-step tuning, just notice the car flick when you change between tuning stages in the tuning shop. If the car disappears, and appears again, it means something is changed, even though the outside might be similar. Sometimes it's an engine swap, sometimes it's a small detail... But appart from those specific 2-step tuning, get stage 1, 2 and then 3 makes no difference at all. You can usually jump straight to 3, unless it's a 2-step tuning kit. Confusing, yes, but that's the way i found to have more variety without overload the database. Lol
  6. No, that's actually not well known, apparently. And apparently not all modders know how to do it. That's something i sure will have to learn, if i want my Esprit to be in a good enough quality for me. Lol
  7. That was a feature TDU used for G class cars, i tried to keep it that way. Their availability changes from car to car, according to their rarity. 1 being always available. DB4 Zagato, which is very rare, has a rarity of 0.2. But a Mitsubishi Starion, has a rarity of 0.8. So you're more likely to find a Starion available more often. As Djey said, their location doesn't change at all, just the availability, and when a car pops available, it will have a random spec assigned for that car, so, rims and colors might be different than you expected. Regarding to colors, you can always use the 3 factory paint shop across the map, one in the city, one near Triumph bike dealer and another near Saleen-Hennessey-Shelby dealer. But the rims, you need to wait it to be available with a set of rims you like. Lol
  8. Lol, happens. Although where i am at with my Lotus is way behind. Although, something i saw you doing got me curious, you added a .2db inside the bnk? I mean, this probably will sound really amateur to you, but the Esprit doesn't have many .2db itself, and as far as i know, we're limited to the amount of .2db of the donor car.
  9. For those who missed, the video is still up, so you guys can still watch.
  10. Typing with my feet, because hands are busy giving a round of applause. lol
  11. We can race together in TDU1, if that's something you desire. Lol
  12. Milli

    TDU Colors - Guide

    Currently you can't add more colors other than these ones that already exist. Mostly because a color takes more than just a rgb scale. It has the finish, different shades and so on. That's why custom color shop can't replicate some colors with accuracy. And as Djey said, the colors are in another file, such as Colors.2dm, which is a material file. So, at the moment, no Moulin Rouge. Sadly.
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