Missing tuning parts...
GTA V version: 1.0.1103.2
ScriptHook version: build Jun 22 2017, v1.0.1103.2
Simple Trainer version: 5.8
I currently have issues with tuning parts of the add-on mod for Toyota Supra: https://www.gta5-mods.com/vehicles/toyota-supra-jza80.
They disappeared after I installed few dozens of add-ons. I wasn't really keeping track with every single one of my add-ons, so when I recently tried to spawn my Toyota Supra, I found out that my tuning parts are gone for some reason. I tried uninstalling it and installing updated version of the same mod:
Tried reinstalling the same mod - no success. I do not want to mess around with the gameconfig.xml as it sounds promising but yet I am new to modding and I do not want to touch something I have no idea how to handle, because last time it led to a catastrophe (had no back up files - real bad & truly sad). I checked the add-on file (dlc.rpf) through the OpenIV, those tuning parts just happened to be sitting there, but they do not show up in the game. Otherwise, the add-on car mod itself (without tuning parts) works perfectly fine, just as all of my other add-ons, were not lost, became bugged or were missing tuning parts.
Note: no, I do not use any replacement method mods.
My current gameconfig.xml: https://www.gta5-mods.com/misc/gta-5-gameconfig-300-cars
Folder name: [traffic 1,5x]
I am open for suggestions, and will be happy to be assisted with major help from the community. Thanks in advance!
Sadly the game only supports 256 mod kit IDs, most of which are already taken by the game itself. If you add more than about 20 add-on vehicles with mod kit IDs, some get overwritten.
@ikt I highly appreciate your answer for the topic that has been troubling me for a while. I am truly sorry for not seeing this in appropriate time. Is there any possible way I can keep track of the limit of my current amount of tuning parts, just like - (example: disk space usage),sir? I beg my pardon and seeking forward for your reply.
No need to be this stiff
You can use Vehicle Kit ID Getter to get a list of all your used modkits. You can use Add-On Vehicle Spawner to check this in-game, but it doesn't list these nicely and it can be unclear which exact files conflict, but at least it'll show if a vehicle is tuneable or not.
@ikt Very well then, I can't thank you enough!