LFS does support motorbikes. As you may know, there are a few cartypes in LFS, and cartype 0 is classified as 'bike'. It modifies your car in a few ways: it gives the car a set of motorcycle tyres with a round-ish top, turning your wheel controls the lean angle and it changed a few engine parameters.
It's been a few years, but if I recall correctly I centered all suspension, changed the front suspension to 'front fork' and the rear to 'trailing arm', zero'd the spacer lengths and some more suspension components. I then moved the fuel tank, engine, driver and some other weights to the center. I used a glass plate as a surrogate model, as I didn't have a real motorbike model to work with.It was quite difficult to find all these in the memory, and it took months to get a real working bike. This was an attempt at replicating a Harley Davidson, with similar specs etc. Unfortunately, as LFS progressed, I couldn't update my mods to later versions and I abandoned the project.
If Scavier wanted to, they could easily release bikes with S3.
Hah, I made this. Good to see people still remember it. I wasn't good enough at coding to release a standalone version of this mod, and I didn't have a proper motorcycle model, otherwise I'd have shared it. As far as I know, I was the only one who successfully made a motorcycle in LFS.
Hey, I'm glad to see you followed up with progress. Congrats with being sober for a week!
I am wondering though, if you're going to resort to drinking again, as soon as you get stressed again. You won't know until you're there ofcourse, but it's still something to keep in mind.
I agree with your last statement, by the way. I once had a terrible addiction of washing my hands with hot water, which ruined my skin. It just felt like such a relief to feel them burn. Silly, isn't it? Anyways, I managed to refrain from doing so for months, until recently. I felt like washing them hot once wouldn't hurt, and now I'm almost back to where I came from. I tried switching to cold water instead, but it's just not the same. I guess the point that I'm making is that it's easy to fall back into your old habit.
Hey man. I'm glad you're looking for support: that's the first step towards fixing your problems. Reaching out and recognising your addiction is hard to do, and it takes a lot of courage. So you're already on your way to being sober, or back to normal consumption levels. I've been struggling with pyschological problems for years, and I only recently started looking for help, and I feel heaps better already. It took a lot of courage, though.
Deep inside, there might be a reason for you to start drinking. Perhaps you're trying to drown out feelings. How do you like your sober self, compared to influenced self?
Or like smoking can be, is it a habitual addiction? It might just be the habit, a part of your life or routine, and as your tolerance grows, so does your consumption.
I don't know man, I'm not a medic, but I'm just speculating here.