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#1\2017-09-01 13:58

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The shift speed in engines such as the LS Series, the S85B50, and BB93's K Series, the shift speed is basically instant. How is this possible?
Seriously, what's wrong with me?

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#2\2017-09-01 15:27

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A lack of scripting to not be slow.
#3\2017-09-01 18:41

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Actually is the same speed than in the other engines, but without the powershifting effect, and sounds like a slow automatic transmission. Im interested to know what script makes this ”automatic trans” effect, but I think it has something to do with inertia.
#4\2017-09-02 07:58

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Yes 9krpm, it's a bit about engine enertia if you make a engine with a real enertia it will accelerate shift really good! But the shift time is one game .exe! Here in GOM we got a thread by Dendav, where he put a link to a .exe he edited the shift to. E
#5\2017-09-02 10:05

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Can I have a link to the thread?
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#6\2017-09-03 17:02

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Take it easy... and if it's easy, take it.
#7\2017-09-04 10:47

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Thanks for the link. However, I still have questions. If the speed is hard-coded into the .exe, how is it edited? Can it be edited with a simple hex editor?
Seriously, what's wrong with me?

pls help i want snivy

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#8\2017-09-05 12:56

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It's hardcoded and it's a bit complicated thing: the game is literally pressing a clutch key for you when automatic transmission begins shifting to the next gear.
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