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  1. S54B32 M3 E46 Engine FIXED
    Sections: Downloads \ Street Legal Racing: Redline \ Engine Mods
    Tags: S54B32, M3, Z4, I6

    Hello Everyone!

    This is engine is as seen on the 2.2.1 Engine Pack

    Author of the engine is Dennis (SMZ Crew).
    This is not a single piece engine.
    This is fixed version, where the it sounds good (not like the washing machine) , transmission mesh is fixed, and the engine mounting is more centered and higher.
    And this is my first time making turbo sound and s/c whine.
    Also added adjustable transmission.
    I cannot make turbo piping for some reason, due to lack of 3d modelling skillz

    Not so much source on this mod (only block and race transmission which i re-scripted)
    • mindeliszz for its NFS Shift 2 Sounds.
    • DENNIS SMZ Crew for original engine and author. Was used to be VIP? but no more as it leaked on VK Group https://vk.com/streetlegalracingv2
    • bitelaserkhalif for fixes (mentioned above)
    • Mihon's for transmission mesh from DevilsV6

    Unpack it at YOUR SLRR INSTALLATION DIR/parts/engine.
    Make sure it's 2.2.1 MWM, or LE2MWM.
    Not for 2.3.0LE!

    Use slrreditor.


    Thanks for downloading!!!1
    FOR 2.2.1MWM ONLY

    Sections: Downloads \ Street Legal Racing: Redline \ Sound Mods
    Tags: Slrr, Pure, Sound, Mod, Bmw, M5, E60, V10, S85, S85B50, M3, E30, E36, E46, S54, S54B32, S42, Maclaren, F1, Gtr, V12, S70



    1) You need to have installed previously the following engines: S42 by rolts, S54B32 by Dennis, S70(comes with the McLaren F1 de Jesus Christ) and the S85B50 by Dmitri Kuznecow.
    2)Drop the folders "addon" and "parts" into your slrr main folder, and combine/replace if is neccesary.

    The S54B32 have turbo and supercharged sounds too.
    Sounds are converted from FM4 and FH2.



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