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#281   2019-01-11 21:52          
Do-Luck body kit


Juiced2 models are really great, just needs to fix the smoothing groups and voilà
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#282   2019-01-12 01:57          
Sweet :D I was hoping you'd eventually get around to the J2 kits. The fitment on that looks great, though I do see a small gap under the bottom edge of the headlight.

EDIT: Also, for the hood, I'd recommend cutting out the scoop and grafting it onto the stock Forza hood, instead of trying to fit the entire thing. That hood is, IMO, not complicated enough that it would justify adjusting the fitment the hard way.

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#283   2019-01-12 12:07          
Nice! You may also create second hood by moving scoop to the right so that it'll look like Colix hood from NFSU2: *LINK*

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#284   2019-01-12 13:21          
Oh YAS this looks pretty fucking epic !

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#285   2019-01-12 20:25          
# RedCarDriver : Sweet :D I was hoping you'd eventually get around to the J2 kits. The fitment on that looks great, though I do see a small gap under the bottom edge of the headlight.
Actually the headlights was a bit upwards xD

EDIT: Also, for the hood, I'd recommend cutting out the scoop and grafting it onto the stock Forza hood, instead of trying to fit the entire thing. That hood is, IMO, not complicated enough that it would justify adjusting the fitment the hard way.
The hood is from Forza (also the scoop, i've moved it from the left to the center and rescaled), i should have fixed these small gaps at the sides when i first started the mod, but i always forget (they come that way from Forza).

The major fitment problem is here (the bumper doesn't follows the hood lines at all) and i cant fix that :/


# Supremen96 : Nice! You may also create second hood by moving scoop to the right so that it'll look like Colix hood from NFSU2: *LINK*
Believe or not, this hood is on my list since i've started the mod. A lot of NFS parts will be included in this mod, including this body kit:
*LINK*

# Nightrunner : Oh YAS this looks pretty fucking epic !
Thank you :D
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#286   2019-01-13 07:49          
# adnan54 : Actually the headlights was a bit upwards xD
See, this is why I get confused by how you (and apparently BB93 and 90% of modders) do pivots. The way I've got it done, I'm always 100% certain where something is, as long as it's not a newly created primitive object from 3DS Max that I haven't manually merged into something else. Then again, my method is probably a lot more annoying to people who didn't learn to do it that way :/

# adnan54 : The major fitment problem is here (the bumper doesn't follows the hood lines at all) and i cant fix that :/

I'd recommend cutting off the top part of the grille and trying to reflow the model to fit with the grille off of one of the Nismo bumpers. If you want, I can have a look at it.

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#287   2019-01-13 17:23          
# adnan54 : Believe or not, this hood is on my list since i've started the mod. A lot of NFS parts will be included in this mod, including this body kit:
*LINK*
I'm more than happy with that. :D
BTW, are you going to do kit from JGTC Skyline? *LINK*

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#288   2019-01-13 22:06          
# Supremen96 : BTW, are you going to do kit from JGTC Skyline?
Less a "kit" and more a "completely different car", isn't it? The wheel arches are much higher on that than on the stock car.

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#289   2019-01-13 22:21          
^If The Supra that got released got a JGTC kit then Adnan can surely make it work

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#290   2019-01-13 22:27          
It might "work", yes, but it'd probably be better to do as its own chassis so you don't see the stock rear quarter panel behind the JGTC wheel arch.

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#291   2019-01-13 22:44          
# RedCarDriver : It might "work", yes, but it'd probably be better to do as its own chassis so you don't see the stock rear quarter panel behind the JGTC wheel arch.
marco used a swappable (via scripts) chassis mesh with cut rear arches and rear end part to fit jgtc rear widening, if i'm not wrong tho

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#292   2019-01-13 23:41          
# IceD : marco used a swappable (via scripts) chassis mesh with cut rear arches and rear end part to fit jgtc rear widening, if i'm not wrong tho
This is fair. I should know, I wrote the thing :p

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#293   2019-01-14 00:34          
# Supremen96 : BTW, are you going to do kit from JGTC Skyline? *LINK*
Yes i'll
But as RCD said, it is more to a completely different car than a kit
It probably will have it own chassis and RPK, but i'm not sure..


Added 9 minutes later:

I can also detach the rear quarter panels as in Robban's R34 pack (?), this will bring a lot of new possibilities but it is not realistic, so idk..

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#294   2019-01-14 07:10          
Well, that depends. The R34 you've showed is, iirc, the latest one they've brought to JGTC, and it's V6-powered. The earlier iterations had an RB engine and were more similar to the production vehicles. Although it'll still most likely require it to be a separate chassis instead of a simple bodykit.

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#295   2019-01-14 11:43          
I also think the separate chassis will be better.

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#296   2019-01-14 18:53          
# RedCarDriver : This is fair. I should know, I wrote the thing :p
Whoops :facepalm:

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#297   2019-01-20 21:03          
Uras GT


Front bumper and skirts from Street-King's ER34, rear bumper by me (although i'm still not satisfied with it)
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#298   2019-02-05 20:09          
Just leaving this here :D

Expect some great things coming up :p

Many thanks to Anderson/AndyOliver for the high quality 3d model and textures!!
You can buy his models here: *LINK*

Also make sure to subscribe to his channel: *LINK*

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#299   2019-02-05 21:07          
oooooof i want this
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#300   2019-02-05 23:51          
# adnan54 : Just leaving this here :D
:drool2:

That said, that's an R32/R33 RB26, as made obvious by the black valve cover and the narrow lettering on the timing cover. If you want it to be an R34 version, the timing cover looks like this. (Also note the grey intake plenum.)



Notice the wider lettering and the space between "RB 26".