NFSC 787B [addon]
Base car by Firemonkeys/EA from Real Racing 3; tyres, rims and brakes by Kunos Simulazioni from Assetto Corsa. Uses default NFS Carbon driver.
Replaces nothing, XNAME is RR3787.
- 1 paintable stock kit with crude vinyl support
- apart from rims, no customisation parts are available, sorry
- 3 NOS upgrades and 1 of each other performance upgrades
- Tier 3 exotic; available as soon as you create a new savegame, costs 400,000
As this is an addon rather than a replacement, you'll need a couple tools:
- Carbon Unlimiter by nlg
- Binary by MaxHwoy
- NFS VLTEd
Once you have those, download the archive, unpack it anywhere and follow the instructions below:
- launch Binary [make sure you also installed its dependencies], click on User Mode [the left-hand side icon], select "binary_install.end" inside "787_ADDON/main", point to Carbon's main install directory, wait for Binary to install the car, press "Yes" when asked to save changes, but don't run the game just yet
- close Binary, launch VLTEd -> "File" -> "Open" -> nagivate to where Carbon is installed; afterwards "File" -> "Import" -> "Modscript", browse to "787_ADDON" -> "main" and select "vlt_install.nfsms", click Install, and VLTEd will apply the script; once done, press Ctrl+S to save the changes
After that's all done, you have to create a new savegame. Given how Binary arranges datablocks when saving, it will break all existing preset cars, including boss, bonus, custom, crew rides and all cars in "My Cars" list.
The car was tested on an NFSC 1.4 CE installation with the latest version of Improvement Mod, but it should also work fine with ANY other mod, provided said mod does not exceed 44 addon cars.
Big thanks to MrAdam, RaTT and Ti-Sonic for their help with this mod.
- gave windows individual damage and remade their UV
- changed shaders for brakelights, indicators and some rim parts
Changes to VLT/performance were also made. Just like the Veyron, 787's upgraded performance is now mostly similar to stock, with the general idea being that upgrades give small boosts and unlock performance tuning, rather than creating a completely overpowered car.
- changed handling rating to better reflect actual stats
- tweaked shiftpattern usage
- resized front tyres slightly
- fixed incorrect tyre width with aftermarket rims applied
- tweaked EngineRev/Vibration values
- increased the price to $400,000
- slight adjustments to braking power
- increased drag and roll centre for balance reasons
- increased engine braking
- upgraded torque was increased by 4% rather than 6.7%
- decreased high/low boost values
- small increase to overall grip scale
- upgraded top speed dropped to 356km/h
- stock now uses the same custom 6-speed transmission and gear ratios as upgraded
- small edits to clutch slip, differential, shift speed and torque converter
- updated the car to use Binary v2 as the primary installation method; don't use Ed The Car Dealer and don't try to install the mod manually