Giant wheels in game

Discussion in 'Car Models | Physics' started by sacunha, May 16, 2018.

  1. sacunha

    sacunha New Member

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    Hi everyone

    Decided to try myself in modding, and made a copy of my own car.
    the car shows off in showroom normal but when i try to race with it, the wheels are giant...
    can someone help me?
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  2. luchian

    luchian Administrator ACM Racing Team ACM Club Driver

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    It's the scale of the dummies. What 3d software are you using ?
    I would suggest to just delete the dummies, set the units to meters, and make the dummies again.

    Otherwise,
    If using Blender, you could try selecting all dummies, CTRL+A >> Apply Scale.

    If using Max, then it's something like X-Form ? (iirc), but still, it is not always successful. Sometimes scaling/units in max behave weird (..at least to my limited understanding).
     
  3. sacunha

    sacunha New Member

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    All dumies or just the Wheels and susp??
     
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  4. luchian

    luchian Administrator ACM Racing Team ACM Club Driver

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    wheels and suspension, ofc :).
     
  5. sacunha

    sacunha New Member

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    i did what u told me and happens the same
     
  6. AccAkut

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    do that "Apply Scale" also on the mesh, or pretty much every single object on the car
     
  7. Waleed

    Waleed New Member

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    what do u mean? i tried everything nothing worked, even trying to rework on the project but still the same problem, tried to rescale everything (smaller) still the same problem except the body became smaller cant see it!
     
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