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    Porsche 991GT3RS 2016 by JDougNY and GvsE [car mod]

    Porsche 991GT3RS 2016 (for game version 10.3)

    Converted by JDougNY and GvsE (aka Mike Scott) from the Rfactor mod by PTSoftCorpRFTeam (permission granted by PTSoftCorpRFTeam at http://f1classic.your-talk.com forum).
    Sounds and rgt8 cockpit elements by SMS.

    Custom physics and model modifications by JDougNY and GvsE.

    GT3RS Rev 1.01 change Log (update provided by JDougNY!)
    - Revised torque curve of engine. Lowered rev limiter to 8800rpm
    - Changed default final gear ratio, along with other final gear options via tuning
    - Adjustments in CSD file due to rev limiter change
    - Edited Cockpit diffuse/glow textures to reflect 8800rpm redline
    - Edited statistics file due to top speed reduction
    - Edited tach texture for HUD
    - Resized brake discs

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    NoGrip (pending approval)

    Installation instructions*:
    1. After extracting the archive move the MODS folder to your Project Cars directory
    1.1 There are 2 versions of the vehicle: 32bit and 64bit. If you launch the game from pCARS.exe then use the 32bit ver, and if pCARS64.exe then use the 64 bit variant.
    2. Use JSGME to activate the mod (either 32bit or 64bit)
    3. Navigate to SteamApps\common\pCars directory and check if you already have mods.txt file.

    If you do then:
    a. Open it in text editor and add the following lines at the end of the file:
    Vehicles\GT3RS_16\GT3RS_16.crd
    :tyres: "Faretti Street-Medium" "Faretti Street-Medium-Rear" "Faretti Track-Soft" "Faretti Track-Soft-Rear" "Faretti All Weather" "Faretti All Weather-Rear"
    :hud: GT3RS_16

    If you do not, then copy the mods.txt file provided in the archive and paste it in this directory.

    *If you are updating the mod then prior to activating the new version deactivate the previous version using JSGME (open JSGME, highlight the mod in the right side pane and use arrow button in the center to deactivate the mod)

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    Last edited by Mike Scott; 05-05-2016 at 15:38. Reason: update 1.01

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    WMD Member Tommi-TAG's Avatar
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    Thanks for this new addition, JDougNY and Mike.
    The Mod worked fine. And I've enjoyed a race on Azure Coast.
    The car looks very cool in-game. As an old NFS: Porsche Unleashed fan, yellow car is a must for me.
    Thanks again for this beautiful car for the community as always!

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    Great!
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    Just what I was waiting for! Fantastic job chaps!
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    Hi mate!

    Great mod!
    But unfortunately I am too stupid to install it
    I I've just downloaded the latest Custom Grid tool, and worked with the included JSGME.

    It works with the R8 LMS, but not with any other mod cars.
    Do I need the "unlocker" again?

    EDIT:
    Found out, what was wrong
    The R8 overwrites the "mods.txt" and all the stuff i added there beforehand.
    Well, all good now!
    Best Regards
    Last edited by IJOJOI; 29-04-2016 at 20:58.
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    Nice work ! Tried it. It feels more nimble than the 911R by JDougNY but what is really different physics wise ? The two cars seems to reach 310kph, and almost same bhp ? Would love more info about the car's stats
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    Quote Originally Posted by M4MKey View Post
    Nice work ! Tried it. It feels more nimble than the 911R by JDougNY but what is really different physics wise ? The two cars seems to reach 310kph, and almost same bhp ? Would love more info about the car's stats
    To me the car feels a lot more planted in longer high speed corners, probabaly due to the aero.
    Furthermore, it way more stable out of corners, and the turn in feels better too.

    In terms of engine, these two cars are VERY similar IRL.

    911.R:
    500HP@8250U/min
    0-100km/h: 3,8s
    V-max: 323km/h

    911 GT3 RS:
    500HP@8250U/min
    0-100km/h: 3,3s
    V-max: 315km/h

    As you can see, these are pretty much the same in terms of performance, since they share the same engine, as well as most of the suspesion parts.
    Due to the longer gearing and less drag, the 911.R even has a higher topspeed.

    No wonder, they feel pretty much the same
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    Tweaker Files V2.8.3 posted - Porsche GT3 RS 16 (mod) added.
    System: Win 10 Pro , i7 8700k, MSI Z 370 Pro, 16 GB ram Gigabyte GTX 1080,, Fanatec CSW V2.5 (FW 317, Driver 292), CSP V2, Buttkicker/SimVibe

    PC 2 - Custom Files here: http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...=1#post1358152
    PC 1 - V3.1.1 - FFB Tweaker Files here: http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...l=1#post891198
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    Thank you very much for this great and beautiful mod.
    Just did a night race on nords and all I can say is : wow.... and, thank you again.
    CPU: Skylake i7-6700K @ 4.6 GHz Mobo: ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming K6 RAM: Corsair 16 Gb DDR4 3200 GPU: Gigabyte GTX 980 Ti G1 Gaming PSU: Corsair CS750M
    HD: 512 GB ADATA SP900 Wheel: Thrustmater T300 Alcantara Pedals: Thrustmaster T3PA Shakers: Simvibe v4 in chassis mode + 4x100W shakers OS: Win 10 PRO 64 bit.

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    Great work as always!

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