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    This is the greatest mod I have ever used

    09. apr 2016
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    @ImNotMentaL yeah i have at least like 12 car mods installed. dont understand why this particular mod drops the FPS so low. oh well, nice work.

    09. apr 2016
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    @ImNotMentaL I have an i7-3770k and a 980. You think when I mentioned I had a 980 that I would have an i3 or similar? Lol??

    I didn't know about text limit on here but you could've avoided that instead of advertising your Facebook group, website, other modding websites, and your 400+ character count for credits. I wasn't blaming you, I literally told you "nice mod" and "thanks" and offered my OPINION and recommendation based upon my experience. It's not that serious.

    09. apr 2016
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    @ImNotMentaL I meant put it on this website, not your own. I'd rather not waste my time downloading mods only for them to kill my FPS without saying it on the actual website I downloaded it from (Hint: not yours), but yes I see it in FAQ. Your readme suggests to go there if it wasn't working, mine was. It was just the FPS issue. Rather not go on a scavenger hunt, thanks

    09. apr 2016
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    Nice mod but you should add in that this will kill your fps. I went from 70 fps average pretty much maxed out on a 980 to 35 fps average

    09. apr 2016
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    @darshay just keep clicking through the Viper's Update folder until you see dlc.rpf. Then drag it to your desktop. Open OpenIV, click File at top left, click open archive and select dlc..rpf, then click x64, click vehicles.rpf, rename the viper files to banshee,, copy to desktop, replace the original banshee files in Grand Theft Auto V\mods (if you have a mods folder)\x64e.rpf\levels\gta5\vehicles.rpf\ .

    Btw the ACR files are the viper with the large spoiler

    08. apr 2016
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    IF you're like 10 feet away from car, you can't see any of the tires.

    07. apr 2016
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    @darshay open the dlc.rpf with openIV, rename the files to car of choice (i.e banshee.ytd) then replace manually as any other car mod. same goes with handling

    07. apr 2016
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    @The_Paradox_ @KingAndrox I'm pretty sure you can have the game auto load this map .xml as long as you have it in the AutoloadMaps folder in your Scripts folder. I haven't downloaded this yet to check, but all my other map mods work via autoload

    18. nov 2015
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    Good idea but does this mean we can't turn off the radio once we install your mod? @TrenTech

    17. nov 2015