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  1. marshmarsh16 is offline Testdriveaholic
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    Default Murcielago Dials file

    i cant find the .2db file for the Lamborghini Murcielago when i unpack the .bnk. ive looked through both the Coupe and the Roadster files, where are the dials???
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  2. Sponge is offline Spongify
     
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    Are you looking at the _I.bnk files? The 'I' stands for Interior, that's where you will find them.

    On most cars, the dials are called "Controls.2db"

    EDIT: The Murcielago dials' filename is called "hr_cockpit.2db"

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  3. MapleCars is offline Forza Fan
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    what is a dial?


  4. marshmarsh16 is offline Testdriveaholic
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maplecars »
    what is a dial?
    a dial is a gauge.

    yeah i was looking in the _I files Dangermouse, and i did see the hr_cockpit file, but i would have thought something as detailed as a guage would have its own file to itself

    ah well thanks for the info
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  5. MapleCars is offline Forza Fan
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    u can get the modded dial file in my LP Tuning Mod.



 

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