@Edy and I have been working on this for a little bit. They're pretty fun.
DISLCAIMER: THE ORIGINAL MODEL FOR THIS CAME FROM MX VS ATV
@Edy did a lot of the changes to the original model to make it better represent the Monster Jam Speedsters.
This node beam was built completely from scratch by @Edy and I, with @DannyMackey providing assistance with the submesh, and @Wambo assisting early on in the project.
Install Speedsters.zip and MJSpeedsterSkins.skinzip to your mods folder or whatever subfolder you install your vehicles to. Make sure to keep the two files separate.
How to make your own Speedster Skins
-Open SpeedsterProps-Template.png in a photo editing software of your choice and create your own skins and part colors using the provided bake and prop colors sheet
-Rename "Template" to the name of your vehicle.
-Change every instance of (Vehicle Name) to the name of your vehicle. Make sure to remove parenthesis
-Make sure that the 2nd texture listed under the "replaceTexture" section matches the name of your SpeedsterProps texture
-Create a zip with your SpeedsterProps texture, preview image, and .skin file
-Rename the .zip extension to .skinzip
-Place the .skinzip in your mods folder, of whatever sub folder you install your vehicles to
Node Beam - @AaronLurieand @Edy
Body and Chassis Modifications - @Edyand @AaronLurie
Rims Model and Texture - @Edy
Tire Texture - @Edy
ISP Seat - @Steele
Dashboard and Steering Wheel - @AaronLurie
Driver - @Wambo
For best driving results, use Manual Shift - Auto Clutch and leave the Speedster in 1st gear