1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda [NFSHP2]


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    1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda

    Powered by an OHV V8, 664 torque and 425 hp, feel the Cuda's reality in HP2.

    *7 Colors
    *Pink as NFS Skin
    *Unmarked Slick Cop Skin
    *Semi-realistic close performance
    *Damage, only Hood
    *Plymouth Manufacturer Logo
    *Hemi Cuda Badging secondary logo.

    Install the car by copying the whole of "Cars" folder to C:/Program Files/EA Games/NFSHP2 or wherever your NFSHP2 folder is at.

    To install the manufacturer and showroom logos, you need VIVMagic.

    *Open up VIVMagic
    *Click "Unpack"
    *Now unpack "GUIart.viv", from C:/Program Files/EA Games/NFSHP2/FrontEnd. (or wherever your HP2 folder is at)
    *Replace "a_logoM.lyr.pcd.fsh" & "a_logoN.lyr.pcd.fsh" from the extracted viv with the new ones from "GUIart" folder in this zip file.
    *Compile/Pack with VIVMagic by selecting "Pack" and choosing "GUIart.idx"

    Beforehand, PLEASE backup everything.

    Credits goes out to...
    *Riva for ripping the model/textures from FM3
    *UCN for the brakes/rotors
    *Gamer boy for supplying "Plymouth" manufacturer logo + "Hemi Cuda" secondary logo

    And the guys over at NFSCars/NFSAddons/Racing Division for support.


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    Post on Fri Feb 11, 2011 1:40 am by Aileron

    Great conversion, man!

    Post on Fri Feb 11, 2011 2:54 am by Manic

    Now if my HP2 disc works like it ain't... well, no matter; I have no doubt it's every bit as hot ingame as it is on those pics. Great job. Wink

    Post on Fri Feb 11, 2011 8:15 am by ramcharger001

    Awesome! Very Happy

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