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Owlbear2_

How to improve the handling of a vehicle without Handling?

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I recently read a post that talked about how the dimensions of a vehicle could influence the way you drive.

 

http://projectcerbera.com/gta/3-vc/tutorials/handling-intro

 

As you will see, the last one talks about the handling and how different it can be that these have the same line of code in Handling.cfg

 

Anyway, then I was wondering how this can be done.
To give an example of a car with this driving feature.
Doomer patrols, excellent handling and acceleration, I say, compared to a Copcar vehicle by default, the difference is abysmal.
I will leave the link here so you can try them.

 

https://mega.nz/#!BxQyVD4Q!SmLlxvdhi2nPTCwkyPJ4SGDkQYDRDDP6qjT5_OwoyL0

 

 

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