1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

Help! Creating realistic performance files for some mod cars

Discussion in 'TDU2 - Mod Tools & Support' started by TDU3FTW, Jun 3, 2018.

  1. TDU3FTW

    TDU3FTW Active Member


    Hi guys,

    I'm trying to create some realistic performance files for some mod cars (for personal use) that I currently have installed in the game. The first one is the 2014 Audi R8 LMX by tduchicken. I'm using 2 of the best sources for info on vehicles in the net to get the stats, carfolio.com and automobile-catalog.com. The problem is the parameters in TDU2 VPE are so detailed that I can't get a lot of them, even on these sites, not even by doing a google search, besides I don't understand a LOT of these things. So far I just had to leave some fields with the default values of the car replaced and in others I will try to get the info from the closest thing, and even then the problems are the same. Right now I'm trying to get some basic info like the braking times (100-0, like in km/h or mph?) and can't find it. For instance where do I input the downforce figures of a vehicle in kg and at which speed they are achieved and the lateral g-forces when cornering? Any tips or help are appreciated.

    BTW I added the real gear ratios and other figures in the drivetrain section and the graph shows an estimated 0-100km/h and top speed lower than it is.
    #1 TDU3FTW, Jun 3, 2018
    Last edited by TDU3FTW: Jun 4, 2018

Share This Page

  • About Us

    Started back in 2007, our community has been around for a good while and throughout all this time our core focus has been to provide a fun and laid back place for the discussion of driving and racing games and gaming in general, along with freqent automotive and motorsport related chat too. So, no matter what style of player you are, from arcade thrills to hardcore sim-racer or free roam explorer to circuit hot lapper, if it's about driving or racing in some form then we're up for talking about it. And if you are a keen photo moder, virtual photographer, video creator or streamer, then feel free to share those too. Cheers!
  • Support our community!

    Running and maintaining a community like this is hard work, especially when it's done by a bunch of idiots! And so, if you enjoy visiting here and would like to help us out. We would really appreciate it! Thanks.

    Feed the duck!