Aston Martin DBS Volante Report

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2/1/2011 8:05 AM
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Aston Martin DBS Volante

This car is converted from NFS HP2010 and it Replaces Aston Martin DB9.

Can be customized with:

- Rims
- Performance
- Paint
- Rim paint
- Window-tints
- Ride-Height


1.Unpack all fies.
2.Run setup.exe, located in AM DBS Volante Folder, and Select NFS Carbon main Directory.
*Copy a file textures.bin in a folder DB9 for installation of dark interior.


Criterion Games - mesh & textures
nfsu360 - for NFSC ModTools
Oleg Melashenko - for ZModeler 1.0.7.& 2.2.4
Eclipse 72rus aka CorvetteZ06 - converting to NFS Carbon.
Visit NFS-Action for more of my addons


File Name File Size Server
1275552324-DBS-Volante.rar 2.75 MB Chicago, IL Download


2/1/2011 9:38:09 AM

Good work.

2/1/2011 5:37:59 PM

i love you man...a dbs volante, lambo roadster, and a dalorean with like 5 other cars at the same time!!! this is great :D

2/10/2011 3:05:52 AM

could please make a Ferrari California?And we could not see the brand logo at the garage ,what a pity

Black Wind
5/3/2012 8:35:26 AM

I see what you mean by a Cali. Sorry mate, garage logos can't be changed.

5/4/2012 10:24:46 PM

@Black Wind
Garage logos, meaning car select logos? (for example, Aston Martian DB9?)
If that's what you mean then those can be changed, (Just found out about it myself).
It can be a slight pain if you go back to the original car, so make a back up for sure.
first you need to have NFS-TexEd.
go to the main nfs carbon folder (were you install the mod) and open the folder "FRONTEND" (right under credits.)
You will see two different file types, BUN, and LZC, use NFS-TexEd to open up the
"FrontB1" with the LZC file extension (it is CRITICAL that you open the LZC, and not the BUN)
you will see a lot of different logos, find the logo of the car you want to replace (like the Aston Martian DB9) and select it, go to the top under tools and select import. find the folder where you keep your car mods. and click on the secondary logo that is in the mod folder. it should import the new logo, and now you car mods will have corresponding logos to them.
Remember to Back up all your game files, and enjoy your new car logos.

p.s. NOT ALL CARS HAVE SECONDARY LOGOS, so for some cars you'll just have to deal with it.

Black Wind
5/5/2012 12:55:23 PM

Yes, I know that for ages. But since it is a pain in the @$$, I said they weren't available (yeah...I'm lazy). And why do you need to give such big explanations?

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