Cars with power-steering did not have any steering feedback, but were stable even if one of the tires exploded. During an assault on a French president, two tires on the presidential Lemon were shot at 100kph, but the driver was still able to drive the car safely to the airport.
This particular Lemon was built between 1963 and 1968 and enhanced for rallying. The suspension remained stock, but the original 75bhp were increased to 125bhp using a twin-carburetor conversion in combination with an increased compression ratio. This enables player to setup multiple stock and racing vehicles using the voluntary intake restrictions for both realistic cruise and racing.
Stock (cruise) versions:
- For the 1964 - 1965 original stock version use the "stock" setup with 34% voluntary intake restriction (max 5000 rpm)
- For the 1964 - 1968 luxury version use the "luxury" setup with 29% voluntary intake restriction, 100kg of voluntary added mass, setup in-game automatic clutch and set the force-feedback strength to zero (max 5000 rpm)
- For the British sport version with twin-carburetors and 8.5:1 compression ratio use the "stock" setup with 23% voluntary intake restrictions
- For the UF 1000 competitive racing version with twin-carburetors and 8.2:1 compression ratio use 17% voluntary intake restrictions
- For the fastest racing versions with twin-carburetors and 9.2:1 compression ratio use less than 17% voluntary intake restrictions
The mod is ideal for cruises, vintage twisty races and some rally-cross on rough surfaces. It is not suitable for faster tracks. Requires smooth driving (and a bit of practice), as it does not have a common force feedback and the suspension is extremely soft. The rally setup is easily controllable using the left foot braking. The car can be effectively rotated using the brakes and consequently stabilized with the accelerator. However, the front tires can be overcooked quickly when using less than 23% voluntary intake restriction.
- A more detailed dashboard
- A better engine sound
- A better driver animation
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The chassis and the default setup were tuned according to technical data obtained from following webpages:
The basic model proportions were set according to:
Some technical details were changed to meet the requirements of the Live for Speed physics. The fuel tank was moved in the middle of the car to to approximate the hydro-pneumatic suspension. This minimizes its effect on a ground clearance.
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Skin Templates Kit
The LFS Vehicle editor provides options to create skin templates. A template helps you create skins for a vehicle by giving you the outlines of the vehicle's shape, within which you can draw the livery that will be drawn onto the vehicle.
There are 4 types of templates:
- Shaded skin template
- Black and white skin template
- White background wireframe template
- Black background wireframe template
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