1960s Suits + Helmets

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Monkey man

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Monkey man submitted a new resource:

1960s Suits + Helmets [Mega pack vol.1] - The classic suits and helmets found in Assetto Corsa now for GTR2

Hello GTR2 fans!!

Today I present you with the first of 5 mega packs of Suits and Helmets categorized perfectly for every car.This one is intended for pre-1980s cars, with inside and outside matching textures based on the "classic suits" found on Assetto Corsa. It has 4 suits and 9 gloves, and the 3D model of the helmet was replaced with the one from AC to match the suits perfectly.

I arranged the suits, gloves and helmets in a specific order, which you guys can select in the genstring of...
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Crocket1970

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Thanks Monkey man, love it! Sorry to ask a silly question but to change the gen string do you can it in the Car file for the Cas file? If you change it in the car file how or which number do you change? Many thanks
 

Jempy

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If helmets and gloves already have a choice in the .cas file .... it's rather easy to find which number to change in the genstring ( even if the explanation of this genstring is not given ):

If this is already possible find this kind of line in the .cas file: ( just an example of another part )
MeshFile=Porsche956_cpit_#<12>.GMT
This #<12> ... tells you that 1st and 2nd digit are the ones for this part
If this is #<4> it'll be the 4th digit of course.

Addition to a genstring in the .car file if it's not foreseen in the .cas file needs modifying this .cas file
 
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Crocket1970

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If helmets and gloves already have a choice in the .cas file .... it's rather easy to find which number to change in the genstring ( even if the explanation of this genstring is not given ):

If this is already possible find this kind of line in the .cas file: ( just an example of another part )
MeshFile=Porsche956_cpit_#<12>.GMT
This #<12> ... tells you that 1st and 2nd digit are the ones for this part
If this is #<4> it'll be the 4th digit of course.

Addition to a genstring in the .car file if it's not foreseen in the .cas file needs modifying this .cas file
Thanks again Jempy :thumbsup: I will give it a go