Starting small here folks...
I have modified the Escort to have AWD, 350 or so HP. (It *was* 700 or so HP, really tought me how to drive at part throttle, and it helped me improve my driving of the RWD cars especially the Stratos which I've left stock)
But the INTERESTING part is how the sounds work. The idle sound works up to 3000rpm, then the 3k soundfile takes over up to 6k, etc.
I put a bridge ported rotary idle sound in (brap brap brap) as the "idle" sound. Amazingly, it works *almost* correctly! It braps in proper time (roughly 4 braps per second at 1500 idle) and the stuttering increases at the proper pace with RPM, and at 3k it smooths out. As revs come below 3k it starts brapping again. The only way it doesn't work properly is that with a true bridge/peripheral port rotary they smooth out under load at any RPM, so it really should only be brappy at idle or under deceleration. But as it sits, I am happy!
Too bad RT doesn't seem to have separate sound modeling for load/no load the way NFS
orsche Unleashed does. If it did, I could get it *perrrfect*.
- Pete (rotary addict, next phase is duplicating the Havspeed Gp5 car)