This is another mod to the BoxDodgeRam. This time, it's been modded into a 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 with the 5.9L V8 Magnum and the 46RE 4-speed automatic transmission. I fixed the gear ratios and the max speed is 171 MPH, much higher than it was designed to go to. It's also been equipped with a 97dB Ecco back-up alarm and double flashing strobes in the fog lights and brake lights. The tailgate, doors, and hood still move. I updated the file with quieter sounds. All sounds are from my 1999 Dodge Ram 1500
I have always liked car sounds and in games I want them to be as realistic as possible. RoR uses a simple and quite effective system so I gave it a try and the outcome pleased me.
This sound most probably reflects a modern american well mufflered V8. Yet you can rev it really high and get that aggressive noise out of it.
The .zip contains the following files:
The installation is also very simple: extract, rename and overwrite. More precise instructions can be found in the readme file. The sound also has a mild turbo whistle so I decided to add my BOV file
for the ones that may want to use it.
I tested my sounds on three Gabster´s cars (hope he doesn´t mind) which are also in the video, therefore the best performance is also likely going to be with those three cars. Each cars´ sound system
is somewhat different so different cars may result in slightly different sounds.
Sounds are from: Northstar 4.4l LC3 Supercharged V8 and Ford´s 4.6 L SOHC 3-valve V8
It is my first upload so please don´t be mad with me if I screwed something up. And please don´t make mods of my mod.
It is allowed to use my sounds with your new car mods, but in that case please give the author some credit.
It´s a package of german fire trucks of a fictional Fire Department from the fictional town Marktheim.
So that are a
-Command Vehicle (VW T3)
-Personal Carrier (VW T3)
-Tanker Truck (MB 1113 LAF)
-second Tanker Truck with water cannon (MB NG 80)
-Fire Engine (MB NG 80)
-Equipment Vehicle (MB NG 80)
-LADDER TRUCK (MB NG 74)
and a smaller Fire Engine from a village near Marktheim that called "Oberdorf" (MB O'607D)