Author: Tacsi68 | Date: 29-09-2017, 10:41 | Views: 645 | Comments: 0
Category - ETS 2 other mods
Version - 1.28.x
Credits: - MOMO & YUNA
Description about Momo’s Physics v5.0.2 [1.28.x]:
Momo’s Physics v5.0.2 for Ets2 1.28.x game version
From one of the most experienced physics modders, modder of Physics 1, 2, 3, 4 and now
the pride and the ultimate Physics 5, taking ETS2 to another level of realism.
New Fixes in version 5.0.2:
- Understeering issue.
- Max speed and acceleration issue.
- Added compatibility for Maz 5440 A8 modded truck.
"I have 3 words that best describe physics 5, Subtle - Soft - Heavy"
This is a completly new physics mod built from scratch, not a rework of my previous released mods.
This mod contains totally new and different formula from the previous ones.
NEW MAIN FEATURES FROM PHYSICS 5
- Completely new formula, making the cabin feels realisticly very heavy without adding too much weight.
- True to life air suspensions of the front wheels, cabin and seat - not too jumpy or too shaky like other mods.
- All of the above mentioned features are studied from real life trucks.
FEATURE FROM 4.2
- Improved realism of the brake intensity - smooth braking.
- Made from game patch 1.28 - fully compatible.
- Fully compatible with all original SCS trucks.
- Fully compatible with RJL Scania.
- Fully compatible with Maz 5440 A8 (since 28th September 2017)
- NOT compatible with any other physics mod.
- NOT compatible with any other mod that deals with truck weight, chassis, seat, suspension, steering, brake.
- NOT compatible with any other modded trucks. (will add Big Stars, Madster, Ohana in future updates)
- Give this mod TOP priority above all other mods.
- Enable "Physics Camera" and slide its bar to max.
- "Trailer Stability" set to min.
- You may need to test to re-adjust the steering sensitivity/non linearity depending on your controller.
- For 900 degree wheels, 0% sensitivity and 0 - 5% non-linearity.
- For 270 degree wheels, 50% sensitivity and 100% non-linearity.
- "Braking intensity" recommended at 15 - 30% for Logitech Steering Wheels.
- For users who use a keyboard or joypad to steer, you may need to test and re-adjust the scale.
OPTIONAL SET UP
If you want to experience even smoother and less twitchy steering, do the following:
1. Find a file named "Control.txt" in your profile folder (My document > Euro Truck > Profile).
And copy it to a safe place just in case. If you don't like the change you can take the old file back.
2. Open the file, find a line that says :
"mix steering `dsteering - (pow(normalize(abs(sel(c_jisteer, -j_steer?0, j_steer?0)), c_steer_dz),
(1.0 + c_steer_func * 0.5)) * sign(sel(c_jisteer, -j_steer?0, j_steer?0)))`"
3. Replace that line with the following line:
"mix steering `dsteering - (0.58 * normalize(abs(j_steer?0), c_steer_dz) + (0.42 * (c_steer_func / 2))
* pow(normalize(abs(j_steer?0), c_steer_dz), 4)) * sign(sel(c_jisteer, -j_steer?0, j_steer?0))`"
4. Save the file. And run the game normally.
5. Set the "non-linearity/sensitivity" to 100%.
6. It's done. Drive and see if you like the new steering.
This formula makes your steering wheel act like a 1080 degree wheel (real life truck).
This formula works best with 900 degree wheels like G25/G27/G29.