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Speed Meter Mod For Gta Vice City


A speedometer or a speed meter is a gauge that measures and displays the instantaneous speed of a vehicle. Now universally fitted to motor vehicles, they started to be available as options in the 1900s, and as standard equipment from about 1910 onwards. Speedometers for other vehicles have specific names and use other means of sensing speed. For a boat, this is a pit log. For an aircraft, this is an airspeed indicator.




Speed Meter Mod For Gta Vice City


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The Deluxo received a major overhaul in terms of performance. On land, the Deluxo has properties similar to coupes and hatchbacks, with decent speed, acceleration and good handling on the road; its top speed is roughly 110mph according to the dashboard's speedometer. One may experience slight oversteer at medium speeds, but it is not much of a problem on the hands of an experienced driver.


The hovercraft mode not only allows the vehicle to traverse terrain easily, but allows the player to travel over water. The Deluxo can also turn (or rather, spin) with next to no space needed, allowing it to make maneuvers such as doubling back to escape enemies easily. In this state, however, contrary to what one might expect, it is actually slower than in car mode, only reaching about 80mph according to the dashboard's speedometer. It is also less controllable, therefore being prone at fishtailing on turns. If the player leaves the Deluxo while in hover mode, the wheels will fold back down and the vehicle will return to car mode. This action can be avoided by bailing out of the car while it is in motion (including spinning on the spot), which will result in the car remaining in hover mode. This technique also allows the Deluxo to remain above water if the player wishes to exit it while hovering over a body of water, as the car will otherwise sink and be destroyed if the player leaves it while above water.


As long as you maintain a fairly fast speed, and never slow down too much, you can complete the mission without looking at the meter. I must say that I have never ever looked at the meter whilst on the mission. It's like driving in the real World; keep your eyes on what's in front of you and around you and you'll be safe.


i do not know what game you are talking about and what is super-sprint actually in your mind. genarelly forcing animation to speed up forces engine to apply movement and whole action around character to be done faster about the same factor. so if you speed up run animation 10 times the char will run 10 times faster. it should work in sa and vice.


I'm wanting to work with SA, and super-sprint is simply the sprint key,as in sprinting as opposed to regular running for CJ. I thought that the animation speed would be they key, just because I recently tried the superman mod (based off of Super CJ) and it looked like the power meter simply increased or decreased animation speed for the character. I thought it was great but instead of using a power meter, why not just max out the super-sprint so the increased speed actually only applies to his running, only problem is I don't know how to do it.


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