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NSX and C6 conversions - AI pits after one lap

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by Billy Pilgrim, Oct 24, 2014.

  1. Billy Pilgrim

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    Hi
    I've tried conversions that I've done and that others have done of the Corvette C6 street car and the NSX street car and I always have the same problem: all the ai pit after doing one lap.

    It's such a pity as they are such great mods. Among the best ever! Yet I never use them 'cos of this pitting problem.

    Can anyone help? Please?
     
    Last edited: Oct 24, 2014
  2. Billy Pilgrim

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    bump
     
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  4. Keith Windsor

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    Could you copy and paste the [general[ section of the hdv file? It might help us to see a problem if it is fuel related.
     
  5. Paul Bennett

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    http://www.racedepartment.com/threads/ai-pitting-in-mod.94486/
    I asked the same question here, but I did not name the mod don't think the creators have authorized for GSC ?.

    The NSX & Corvett have the pitting issue but not the Toyota Supra, I changed the fuel setting to none but makes no difference. There are read me's with the mod saying the AI needs a bit of work, if any one has the rFactor 2 version maybe able shed some light on this :whistling:
     
  6. Billy Pilgrim

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    I went into the HDV file and found what appeared to be relevant lines mentioning "pitstop" or the like, I then copied over some parts from the Supra's HDV file. That made no difference. I did some other editing of the HDV file, but nothing worked.

    I might give it another try
     
  7. roby13

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    how much fuel in the default setup?
     
  8. Paul Bennett

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    @roby13 , what line of text should I look for, fuel range or fuel setting ?
    There are some differences between the 3 cars. Very much a noobie in this area :confused:
     
  9. roby13

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    trial and error with these

    FuelRange=(1.0, 1.0, 115)
    FuelSetting=49
    Fuel quantity per fill (litres)


    AIFuelMult=-1.0 // PLR file override for AI fuel usage - only positive value will override, see PLR for default


    // Any range has the following values: (minimum, step size, number of steps)
    // Any setting refers to the step from 0 to <number of steps - 1>.
     
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  10. Paul Bennett

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    Tried these settings but no change, Any luck with you Billy ?
     
  11. Billy Pilgrim

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    I tried it too with the Corvette C6 Coupe. Didn't work.

    I then tried copying over relevant looking lines from the Supra MkIV's hdv file, these:
    FuelRange=(1,1,70)
    FuelSetting=35
    NumPitstopsRange=(0,1,4)
    NumPitstopsSetting=2
    Pitstop1Range=(1,1,70)
    Pitstop1Setting=70
    Pitstop2Range=(1,1,70)
    Pitstop2Setting=70

    that didn't work either.

    I persevered and did a second lap with them, they also pitted at the end of the second lap.

    It looks like this is a mystery wrapped in a puzzle hidden under an enigma. :)
     
  12. roby13

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    can u guys cofirm with notepad++ that physics are completely untouched?
     
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