[ETS] TRUCK PHYSICS BY ALEX KAZAK | v 0.3.1

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Re: [ETS] TRUCK PHYSICS BY ALEX KAZAK | v 0.2.5.5

#171 Post by likebubba » 04 Jul 2020 11:25

and for some cars as well lol .

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#172 Post by j0ethebr0 » 08 Jul 2020 18:01

@KazaK

My biggest question on this, is that can you have multiple of the optional DLC addon’s in this pack activated at the same time.
For example, i have vad&k’s DAF, madsters’s TGX and TGA RJL’s scania and a few of schumi’s reworked trucks.

Can I run the multiple of the optional dlc files that work with custom trucks at the same time, or do you have to switch out the optional physics file each time you drive a different modded truck ?

Also, does this physics mod support SimulasyonTurk‘s Ford F-Max v2.0 ? I found an F-max optional physics file in the download, but not sure if its to the one i mentioned or the other F-Max mod thats available currently.

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#173 Post by emptw1 » 09 Jul 2020 00:04

For the first question, you can have as many of the optional DLC addons running at the same time, you don't need to switch out addon mods each time you change trucks.

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Re: [ETS] TRUCK PHYSICS BY ALEX KAZAK | v 0.2.5.5

#174 Post by j0ethebr0 » 09 Jul 2020 01:29

THANK YOU ! That is a huge relief to read. The thought of constantly swapping def would have given a lil bit of anxiety, lol.

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#175 Post by j0ethebr0 » 09 Jul 2020 03:59

Yea, this physics mod is on point. I am loving it all around. Amazing work on it.
Also, from a little bit of digging, i've found out that the included Fmax DLC file is for the SimTurk Ford Fmax.
Im highly excited and cannot wait for the weekend to really give this a good try !

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Re: [ETS] TRUCK PHYSICS BY ALEX KAZAK | v 0.2.5.5

#176 Post by likebubba » 10 Jul 2020 15:02

:lol: the physics makes it real [youtube]https://youtu.be/194qgwQzqfc?t=1615[/youtube]

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#177 Post by sometruckguy123 » 13 Jul 2020 01:01

I think the New Actros MP5 needs support for the physics mod

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#178 Post by j0ethebr0 » 13 Jul 2020 13:35

sometruckguy123 wrote:
13 Jul 2020 01:01
I think the New Actros MP5 needs support for the physics mod
Mod trucks require the “custom DLC” file kazak produced to work with his physics mod.
Since the MP5 actros is a new mod truck, there is no “custom dlc” file for it, yet.
If you want to know what trucks the mod supports, look thru the list on the first page.

You’ll have to request Kazak to make it.

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Re: [ETS] TRUCK PHYSICS BY ALEX KAZAK | v 0.2.5.5

#179 Post by KazaK » 13 Jul 2020 13:51

Hello everyone! The next update will be after the release of patch 1.38 for ETS & ATS on a stable branch. Now we are talking with the developers of the game about introducing some new parameters to improve physics, maybe they will appear in new patches (the information is not accurate).
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Re: [ETS] TRUCK PHYSICS BY ALEX KAZAK | v 0.2.5.5

#180 Post by j0ethebr0 » 13 Jul 2020 15:29

KazaK wrote:
13 Jul 2020 13:51
Hello everyone! The next update will be after the release of patch 1.38 for ETS & ATS on a stable branch. Now we are talking with the developers of the game about introducing some new parameters to improve physics, maybe they will appear in new patches (the information is not accurate).
Ooh... now this is exciting !!

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