Author Topic: ACF Mobility beginner "OH GOD THERE'S SO MUCH OVERSTEER"  (Read 114 times)

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« on: November 22, 2012, 09:16:56 PM »
I tried to make a full video tutorial that teaches ACF and Wiremod from ground up (but pc too crap)

so haev pictures (hopefully it makes sense):

Mobility intro

Active takes in 0-1
Throttle 0-100

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Gear takes in 0-# of gears in this case 4
Gear up and Gear down takes in 0-1 (Gear input overrides the current gear the gearbox is on)
Clutch takes in 0-1 in decimals e.g 0.5 clutch for this set up will allow 45n/m of torque to go through
Brake takes in 0-100 in decimals, I advise that you don't go over 10 ACF is still buggy at this stage.

I will be demonstrating a simple way of getting an engine + gearbox setup to work using wiremod.

Spawn an advanced pod controller found in Wire - I/O
With the adv pod controller tool, right click the adv pod controller then right click the chair. An authication message should appear to tell you of the glorious success

To have the engine on while you're in the seat, wire active from the engine to the active output on the adv pod controller. The engine will turn on when you enter the chair and off when you get out
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Wiring throttle requires a multiply gate since throttle takes in 0-100 and most adv pod buttons output 0-1.
Wire A from the multiply gate to an adv pod output recommended button is W. Then wire B from the multiply gate to the constant value. Now wire throttle to the multiply gate.
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Yey now the engien is fully wired.

With the gearbox you can just wire Gear up and down to any buttons in the adv pod controller e.g Mouse1 and Mouse2
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Wire the clutch to any button as well
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We are going to use the same method to wire the brakes as we did for the throttle, only this time we are multiplying by 5.

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Now we have wired the engine and gearbox!

To link the parts together do the following: using ACF Menu tool right click the engine and then the gearbox, then gearbox to wheels.