My own attempt at fixing the power cut vehicles have when sliding.
Check out the original InversePower! Inverse Torque is not compatible with Inverse Power, however.
This approach is very simple, and only affects a single vehicle feature – torque. It should make it play nice with any handling or script.
– Cheats – (º or ´keys on the keyboard)
itscale: Set the multiplier per gear. Ideally 1 would be adequate, but you can try 1,25 for a more obvious change. Or 2, or more, but it goes wild easily.
itdebug: shows the angle and multiplier on screen. Toggleable.
– How it works –
InverseTorque scales the torque output using the car’s fTractionCurveLateral handling value as reference. You define the scale in Options.ini.
At TCL, the torque multiplier maxes out, so you don’t get infinite power. As far as I am aware the power cut only appears to happen within the fTractionCurveLateral range.
– How to install –
Extract the InverseTorque folder into /Grand Theft Auto V/Scripts/ (If /Scripts does not exist, create it).
Then open Options.ini and edit it to your liking.
0.1 – Initial release.
1.0 – New scaling system and added a Options.ini config file.
1.1 – Tweaked the ratio at which the multiplier gets to maximum. It is now half of TractionCurveLateral, as I felt it worked better. Set the default scale to 2.0.
1.1b – Fixed script crash (bad vehicle check)
2.0 – Multiplier scales with grip, and peaks at a static 90º now.
3.0 – Scaler with gear.