# Little help with handling.meta please.

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Hi, So I'm trying to to edit handling of a vehicle, to increase only horsepower, topspeed and acceleration.

I managed the horsepower and topspeed part (I think) by reading what each value does from a tutorial page about editing handling (didn't understand it quiet fully but i changed:
FINITIALDRIVEFORCE
INITIALDRIVEMAXFLATVEL
Those worked for me for the power and topspeed limit, but I don't know what to do to increase accleration/torque

And I thought fine, I'll figure that out later, but when I was testing the vehicle in game, I saw that I would reach speed of like 280 km/h but the vehicle is only in third gear, I want to know how to make the vehicle change gears faster, as in make the duration of each gear shorter. so If im at the speed of 260 km/h then I would be in 6th gear for example.
I tried increasing the values of FCLUTCHCHANGERATESCALEUPSHIFT, FCLUTCHCHANGERATESCALEDOWNSHIFT, INITIALDRIVEMAXFLATVEL. but it didn't do it.

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On 4/15/2018 at 5:24 PM, Konf said:

Hi, So I'm trying to to edit handling of a vehicle, to increase only horsepower, topspeed and acceleration.

I managed the horsepower and topspeed part (I think) by reading what each value does from a tutorial page about editing handling (didn't understand it quiet fully but i changed:
FINITIALDRIVEFORCE
INITIALDRIVEMAXFLATVEL
Those worked for me for the power and topspeed limit, but I don't know what to do to increase accleration/torque

And I thought fine, I'll figure that out later, but when I was testing the vehicle in game, I saw that I would reach speed of like 280 km/h but the vehicle is only in third gear, I want to know how to make the vehicle change gears faster, as in make the duration of each gear shorter. so If im at the speed of 260 km/h then I would be in 6th gear for example.
I tried increasing the values of FCLUTCHCHANGERATESCALEUPSHIFT, FCLUTCHCHANGERATESCALEDOWNSHIFT, INITIALDRIVEMAXFLATVEL. but it didn't do it.

Driveinertia. That affects how fast the engine revs through gears. Higher value = faster revving.

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