Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 Lnr Edition

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    Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 Lnr Edition

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    Car converted by Tails_16v
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    Type of mod: Car
    Model: Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 Lnr Edition
    Replaces: SKYLINE
    Known bugs: None so far.

    Car can be customized with:
    -exhaust tips
    -rims
    -bodykit (rollcage)
    -window tints
    -doors
    -paint
    -vinyls (just some)
    -some other bits

    Credits:
    EA Games -Car & wheels models (NFS:PS, NFS:C)
    Turn 10 - Hood model (FM3)
    Riva - Ripping the FM3 Skyline
    nfsu360 - Mod Tools

    How to install the mod:
    1. Back up all original files!
    2. Replace original textures and geometry with those from package. Just copy them to
    CARS/SKYLINE folder.
    3. Install wheel position with NFS-CfgInstaller which you can find in Config folder.
    4. Download NFS-TexEd-0.9.1 and replace textures #296, #664, #1077 and #1440 in
    CARS/SKYLINE/VINYLS.bin with custom
    liveries from the folder Vinyls/Custom liveries.
    5. Replace some unique vinyls with the converted Pro Street liveries from Vinyls/Pro
    Street liveries folder.
    6. Replace textures #164, #165, #447 and #1713 with the stripes from Vinyls/Stripes
    folder.
    7. Open the game and enjoy your improoved Skyline!

    NOTE: I've included the debug file from NFS: Pro Street. The debug is NOT 100%
    accurate, so be aware that you'll need some extra adjustments on the vinyl after you
    create it to fit the debug.

    Do not upload it on any other site without my permission. You can provide link, but
    not upload any part of this mod.
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    Download from NFSCars.net


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    Post on Sat Oct 01, 2011 1:08 pm by Excelerate

    Fabulous...

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