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Released 1964 Austin Mini -- BETA

Discussion in 'Racer Cars' started by Harey, Jan 1, 2013.

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    That's right I finally decided to release my Mini in beta form, as I wasn't really working on it much lately, and I figured its better to let all of you have a go in it, instead of it just collecting dust. The body is scratch made, by me. The wheels are by Tiberius, and the gauge is by Silver.

    It does have some issues that produce Qlog errors (mainly the suspension setup I have in it). But its an 850cc 4 spd Mini, with working lights, and well I guess old school blurred wheels. Obviously since its a beta its still missing some things, mostly the interior and detail work. I have also included a psd so you can change the color, since I doubt everyone is fan of the color its currently in lol.

    Anyways some more pics and the download links...


    http://www.mediafire.com/?r31j6dpy11reaxu (Thanks KS95)
    (more mirrors are appreciated)
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  2. Pretty Austin Harey!

    Thank you for sharing :)
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  3. KS95

    RACER Moderator

  4. KS95

    RACER Moderator

    Can anyone recommend some good FF settings? I'm using my G27 at 900 degrees. :)
  5. Well my Fanatec wheel is set to about 50% FF but only to 720 degrees.
  6. Mirrored on tracciontrasera ;) Love this classics, good job Harey.
  7. Susp0 and susp1 have k=10000, changing susp2 and susp3 to k=10000 (from k=1000) ixes Qlog error.
    Nice job Harey!
  8. Thanks for sharing :)
    I like lights textures (i mean when the lights are on), very realistic !
    The rims and the gauges are very nice too, chrome shader is great
    About the car, doing several paints will be better via shader instead of textures ;) and i would say a lower "shininess" value for the body color ;)
    Good luck for this :)
  9. KS95

    RACER Moderator

    I can't seem to get any feeling of weight shifting or loss of grip from it (not the only car), did have decent settings but they don't seem to help on the Mini :/
  10. KS95

    RACER Moderator

    Just wanted to add, you've definitely captured the feeling of a Mini - it feels fast while not actually being fast. To the point where I actually checked the 0-60, and it was accurate to my friend's stock Mini :)
  11. noted and I'll try to fix that. and your comment was the one I really was fearing because i know how much you like no Qlog errors, always good to hear from you though.

    Thanks on the lights, all I really did was a Omni lighting effect with a slight yellow tint. Yeah that is another way to do several paints, might actually be easier in some ways even, the shininess seems about right to me, but i can try lower to see how it looks in comparison to a real one (I mainly don't like how yellow the sun spot is)

    Yeah to me it feels like a Mini, even though I've never admittedly driven one. One of the last real adjustments I made was to the steering wheel lock to help it have a little more of a go-kart feel. Funny really that its 0-60 is even accurate, never even checked it. But I'm sure you enjoy the custom plate i put on it lol.
  12. KS95

    RACER Moderator

    Haha, neither have I, I've only been a passenger and listened to my dad's tales of his 3, infact he actually had 2 at the same time, a Cooper S and 1275GT - on of which was only insured for rallying though. And yes, liked the plate ;)