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Motor City Online

Submitted by: arun prakash
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Motor City Online Beginner's Guide
By Onslaught141

This FAQ is Copyright 2002 by Matt Brown

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 [  FAQ name : Motor City Online Beginner's Guide     ]
 [  FAQ author : Matt Brown a.k.a Onslaught141        ]
 [  Version : 1.1                                     ]
 [  Contact : MKB21885@aol.com                        ]
 [  Date : April 14, 2002                             ]
 [  Date Updated: April 15, 2002                      ]
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What's up?  I decided to make a helpful FAQ for new players of 
MCO (Motor City Online). This FAQ will tell new players what is 
right and what is wrong in MCO.  It will also
have strategies
for beginning MCO.  Just sit back, relaxe, and take notes.  
A ^ sign means that section has been updated.

1. Updates ^
2. What To Do/What Not To Do ^
3. Tips On How To Keep Your Money
4. What Clubs Can Do For You
5. Beginning Strategies
6. Cars On MCO
7. Rare Parts On MCO
8. About Skins
9. Engine Set-Ups ^
10. Trusted People On MCO ^


1.  Updates
v. 1.1 - Added an Update section.  Added a new tip to What To Do/What Not To
Do.  Added an Engine Set-Up
Section.  Also added a Trusted People Section

v. 1.0 - First version of guide, so no updates.



2.  What To Do/What Not To Do
Ok, you are new to MCO and have no idea what is considered "lame" and what is
not.
Well, that is why I put this section up.  To tell you what is right and what is
wrong.
Here we go:

A. Never ask anyone for money.  If you ask someone for money in MCO you are
considered the
   "lamest" out of all who do wrong.  How do you think the people in MCO got
their money.
   They raced with the cars they built and made their money.  EA supposidley
started to crack
   down on people who do this, but it is still out there.  Never ask anyone for
money.

B. Never ask anyone for their car or some parts for your car.  Again, this is
considered "lame".
   If you do A or B, even once, you will be labled as "lame" and you will have
no respect.  That
   means no one to race with, no clubs that will accept you, and you will be a
"lamer" outcast.

C. Repair your car when it needs it.  Even if you have lost a little bit of
Aero, or a little bit
   of Handling you will still have slower times.  Repairs aren't that much due
to the fact that
   you do your own repairs, but if you keep beating up your car, your repair
bill can and will
   eventually go up.  I have had repair bills of $400+.  Just remember to
repair if you have lost
   any of your stats.

D. Never stop!!!  Even if you have flipped and your stats are all the way down,
you may still have
   a chance.  You never know.  Also, even if you have no chance of winning do
not leave the race (if
   you are in a PvP (Person vs. Person) race.  The other person will not get
the money that they
   deserve.  That is not a good thing.

E. Money is everything in MCO.  People will do anything to get money on MCO. 
Kind of like real life :).
   If you have money, don't go off and spend it on some over priced car. Wait a
few days and the price may
   come down.  If not, and if you really want the car, go ahead and buy it. 
Money allows you to buy new
   cars, parts, paint jobs, & accessories for your car.  You also need money to
repair your car.

F. Try new things.  It never hurts to try new things in MCO.  For instance, if
you have a maxed out 350 SB
   , go get a 427 BB and work towards maxing that engine out.  In MCO, you must
try new things.  You must change
   the way you drive to be able to handle another car better, you must change
the parts of an engine to make
   your car Class D, C, B, or A.  You must figure out where everything is after
EA updates MCO.

G. Always, I mean Always, check out MCO's message boards
(www.motorcityonline.com).  You will more than likely
   find out what you are needing to know.  If you can't, then you can just post
a question and will be answered.

H. Never, and I mean Never, give anyone your money or car.  That is, unless you
have known them long enough to
   know they would pay you back or give your car back.  All to often I see
people lending other's their car and
   not getting them back.  This is a major no-no.  Now, if you are in a club,
still use caution.  There have been
   club members who have not returned the favor.

I. Always Test Install parts.  Don't go and buy the highest priced part.  They
are not always the best parts.  Some
   lower priced parts are just as good as the higher priced parts.

J. Never race Pink Slip races unless you are prepared to loos your car.  I have
seen many of my friends do this with
   their Bel-Air starter cars and have lost them.  If you are going to race a
Pink Slip race, make sure you know the
   track, you have another car in your garage, and you do not mind loosing the
car you are racing.

K. Never race and Open Trial, PvP, or any other race without at least racing
the track once in Sponsored Trials.  If you
   don't know the track, you could end up really hurting your bank account when
you flip the car over in a PvP race with
   a $2000 purse.  But this is comen sense.  Dont think you will learn the
track on your first run either.  Some of These
   tracks have many shortcuts that you will need to learn to get in the high in
the placings.  They also have wicked turns
   that will destroy your car if you don't learn how to take them.

L. Do not Winswap!!  This is just my opinion, but winswapping is lame.  What
winswapping is is when a racer lets another racer
   win so that they can get a part and money for winning.  Then, they other
person lets that person win the same thing.  In other
   words, winswapping is not racing, it is cheating.  Everyone I have talked to
thinks that winswapping is lame.  You don't even
   earn what you get.  I think earning what you get is more rewarding then
getting something for nothing.  Most winswapping races
   are locked, which also sucks because the people who want to race can't.  I
love to join a unlocked winswap race and let the other
   person think that I am going to let them win just to turn around and beat
them.  Yes, winswapping can get you rare parts.  Yes
   winswapping is an easier way to get money and parts you need to make your
car better.  But, winswapping is lame and (this is only
   my opinion) disrespectful to the people who work their asses off to win a
legit race.  So, if you are winswapping and ask me to
   winswap, I will join the race, but I will not let you win.  Do not winswap. 
Anyways, EA said that the new patch will stop winswapping
   (although, I don't see how).  Hopefully it does.



3.  Tips On How To Keep Your Money
Believe it or not, it is really hard to keep your money due to new cars, parts,
paint jobs, etc.  Basically, watch
your spending.  When I first started, I always bought better parts for my car
and got new paint jobs.  I eventually
ran out of money.  I then figured out that if I would have saved my money and
bought only what I needed to make me
more money, I could have had a 1969 Mach 1 maxed out!!  This is why you only
need to spend money on what you need to
make you more money.  The weekly check you recieve every Monday helps you out,
but you get alot of money (depending on
what level you are) and I know it will burn a hole in your pocket.  Just
continue to save your money and you will have
a few cars when you get to level 10 (or will have enough money for a few more
cars).



4.  What Clubs Can Do For You
Clubs are an awsome thing to be a part of in MCO.  For one, most clubs have
races on certain days that will help you with
your money situation if you are in one or help you towards buying that new car
you want.  But, you have to win the races first
:).  There are also Turf Wars where your club races for the best time on a
track against other clubs.  This is a great way
to be cooperatively competitve.  Another great thig with clubs is if you need
to try a car out before you buy it, instead of
test driving it on the track you want it for, you can ask to borrow someone's
car (that is, if they have the one you are wanting)
and "test drive" it while making more money.  Clubs are also a great way to get
help.  All you have to do is to ask and someone
should help you out.  If they don't, I suggest finding another club.



5.  Beginning Strategies
Here is the part I know all you new people want to see.  What the best way is
to get started.  Well, here is how I started, but it
didn't really help much.

 First off, I got the best starter car (Which is the '57 Bel-Air).  I then
removed the muffle and the air cleaner, which gave me a little
 bit more HP.

 I then upgraded the Intake Manifold, Exhaust Manifold, Pistons, and the
Cylinder Head.  The Intake Manifold I upgraded to was the Super
 Single Plane.  The Exhaust Manifold was HP.  The Pistons were Domed Top.  The
Cylinder Head was a Large Valve Wedge 10.5.  I suggest scrapping
 the stock parts for a little extra money to spend on your car.  By the way, we
are working towards a Classic D Bel-Air.

 Once you get a little more money from Sponsored Time Trials (Sponsored
Trials), I suggest buying a new carburetor.  Just test install the one you can
 afford and see what it does for your car.

 After that, get some more money or use whatever money you have left over and
get a better transmission.  I went for the 4-speed.

 You should, by now have a Classic D Bel-Air.  If not, buy a electrical system
(I got a 2 star one).  You should be anywhere from 250 hp
 to 300 hp.

 I then started to race Sponsored Trials until I got to level 5 (which took me
forever).  Here is a hint.  Open Trials pay alot better then
 Sponsored Trials.  Mainly because you are using your own car.  If you do plan
on racing open trials, be sure to race Proving Grounds Classic
 D.  Great track that gives at least $300 and 65 points (depending on how you
drive it).  But, back to the way I got my money.

 When I got to level 5, I got a new engine block (can't remember which one). 
The Chevy Small-Block 350 and the Big Block 427 are 2 of the best.

 After I got my engine, I bought all the parts I needed to make the engine run
(which were all parts).  Keep in mind that when you change an engine
 block family, you wont be able to use that engine until you buy all the engine
parts for that engine.  If you "keep it in the family" then you, more
 then likely will be able to use the other parts from your other engine.  After
I got my new engine, I had a Classic B Bel-Air.

 I then decided to run open trials.  Since I had a Classic B, I began running
Bel-Air Grand Prix Classic B.  This is a great place to start making some money
 with your Bel-Air, that is, if you have a Classic B.  With the Bel-Air I have,
I make around 100-110 points and $1.2k-$1.5k each run.  Once you learn a track
 to where you dont hit any walls at all, you can race and race and race the
track again, gaining even more points and levels.

 By the way, if you plan on selling your starter Bel-Air after level 5 and plan
on getting a new car, leave the paint job as Rust Bucket.  It seems that
Bel-Airs
 with the Rust Bucket paint job will give you a few more thousand dollars if
you sell them in player auctions.  The reason being is that when you change the
Bel-
 Airs paint job from Rust Bucket to something else, you can never paint the
Bel-Air Rust Bucket again.  That makes a Rust Bucket Bel-Air a Rare Car.

 I am at level 10 now and only have 2 cars.  My starter Bel-Air with 725 hp and
my new '70 Mustang (still working on the engine).  So, the way I started really
isn't
 the way to go.

Ok, now here is another starting strategy that I used on my new persona. I got
this strategy on the MCO message boards by DunnOne, so all the credit for this
strategy
goes to him. This one is the best one I have used so far, so here it goes.

 First off, get the Bel-Air as your starter car.  I didn't change the Rust
Bucket paint job because, as I said above, your car will be more with it on.

 Then, remove the Air Cleaner and Muffler for a little more HP. You can scrap
these parts for a little extra cash, but not much.

 After you have done that, go buy Yokahoma (dont know if I spelled that right)
315 tires for front and back.  Then go and buy yourself a 2" Cast Iron exhaust
pipe.

 Then, go buy some springs.  300 in the front and 260 in the back.  This will
give you better handling.  With whatever money you have left over, go and buy a
Exhaust
 Manifold (the one right before the price jump).

 After all this you will have a Classic D Bel-Air.  Then go race the Open Trial
of Proving Grounds Classic D.  You will earn alot of points, money, and you
shouldn't
 wreck to much on this course.

 When you reach level 5 change the engine block to a 350. Install all your
parts, add a cam and higher compresssin heads. You are trying to make it a
Class B car.
 Then run Bel Air Grand Prix Classic B. Run a few races go and buy a 40 ford.
Cheapest in the game a great money maker

 You should have a bunch of sb parts laying around your shop. Use them to put
together a stock 283. Buy the extra parts you'll need. Put the 283 in the 40
Ford and
 go run The West Brook D Vintage. Take the 350 out of your Bel-Air put it in
the 40 and go run The spillway Vintage B. Best points and money for a low level
player.

 I would buy a Chevelle next. Before long you can aford any car you want. By
level 15 I had a vette, I even paid to much at auction, a couple of Camaro's,
one chopped,
 chopped 70 stang, 32, 40 and a 65 stang.

That is pretty damn good for a level 15 player.



6.  Cars on MCO
There are many Rare Cars in MCO.  Heck, some of them used to be cars you could
buy where you buy non-rare cars.  They just happened to dissappear and turned
into
Rare Cars. Rare Cars are marked with a *.  Here are the cars.

'32 FORD COUPE MODEL:
 1932 Ford Coupe
 1932 Ford Coupe Christmas (Body Only) *
 1932 Ford Coupe Fenderless *
 1932 Ford Coupe Bumperless *
 1932 Ford Coupe Bumperless&Fenderless *
 1932 Ford Convertible *
 1932 Ford Convertible Fenderless *
 1932 Ford Convertible Bumperless *
 1932 Ford Convertible Bumperless & Fenderless  *
 1932 Ford Coupe Chopped *
 1932 Ford Coupe Chopped Fenderless *
 1932 Ford Coupe Chopped Bumperless *
 1932 Ford Coupe Chopped Bumperless & Fenderless *

'40 FORD COUPE MODEL:
 1940 Ford Coupe
 1940 Ford Coupe Christmas (Body Only) *
 1940 Ford Coupe Bumperless *
 1940 Ford Convertible *
 1940 Ford Convertible Bumperless *
 1940 Ford Coupe Chopped  *
 1940 Ford Coupe Chopped Bumperless *

'47 CADILLAC MODEL:
 1947 Cadillac Series 62
 1947 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible *
 1947 Cadillac Series 62 Chopped  *

'49 MERCURY COUPE MODEL:
 1949 Mercury Coupe
 1949 Mercury Coupe Christmas (Body Only) *
 1949 Mercury Coupe Convertible *
 1949 Mercury Coupe Chopped *

'53 FORD CRESTLINE MODEL:
 1953 Ford Crestline
 1953 Ford Crestline Convertible  *
 1953 Ford Crestline Chopped *

'55 BUICK CENTURY MODEL:
 1955 Buick Century
 1955 Buick Century Convertible *
 1955 Buick Century Chopped *

'57 CHEVY BEL-AIR MODEL:
 1957 Chevy Bel-Air
 1957 Chevy Bel-Air Convertible *
 1957 Chevy Bel-Air Chopped  *

'57 FORD FAIRLANE MODEL:
 1957 Ford Fairlane
 1957 Ford Fairlane Convertible *
 1957 Ford Fairlane Chopped *

'57 FORD RANCHERO MODEL:
 1957 Ford Ranchero
 1957 Ford Ranchero Chopped *

'57 FORD THUNDERBIRD MODEL:
 1957 Ford Thunderbird
 1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible *
 1957 Ford Thunderbird Chopped *

'57 CHEVY NOMAD MODEL:
 1957 Chevy Nomad
 1957 Chevy Nomad Chopped *

'57 CHEVY CORVETTE MODEL:
 1957 Chevy Corvette
 1957 Chevy Corvette Convertible *

'58 CHEVY IMPALA MODEL:
 1958 Chevy Impala
 1958 Chevy Impala Convertible  *
 1958 Chevy Impala Chopped *

'59 CADILLAC ELDORDADO MODEL:
 1959 Cadillac Eldorado
 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Chopped *

'63 FORD THUNDERBIRD MODEL:
 1963 Ford Thunderbird
 1963 Ford Thunderbird Convertible *
 1963 Ford Thunderbird Chopped *

'64 FORD GALAXIE MODEL:
 1964 Ford Galaxie
 1964 Ford Galaxie Convertible *
 1964 Ford Galaxie Chopped *

'64 CHEVY IMPALA MODEL:
 1964 Chevy Impala
 1964 Chevy Impala Convertible *
 1964 Chevy Impala Chopped *
 1964 Chevy Impala SS *
 1964 Chevy Impala SS Convertible *
 1964 Chevy Impala SS Chopped *

'65 FORD MUSTANG MODEL:
 1965 Ford Mustang *
 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible *
 1965 Ford Mustang Chopped *

'66 PONTIAC GTO MODEL:
 1966 Pontiac GTO
 1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible *
 1966 Pontiac GTO Chopped *

'67 CHEVY CAMARO MODEL:
 1967 Chevy Camaro
 1967 Chevy Camaro Chopped *
 1967 Chevy Camaro RS *
 1967 Chevy Camaro RS Chopped *
 1967 Chevy Camaro SS *
 1967 Chevy Camaro SS Chopped *

'67 CHEVY CHEVELLE MODEL:
 1967 Chevy Chevelle
 1967 Chevy Chevelle Convertible *
 1967 Chevy Chevelle Chopped *
 1967 Chevy Chevelle SS *
 1967 Chevy Chevelle SS Convertible *
 1967 Chevy Chevelle SS Chopped *

'69 AMC AMX MODEL:
 1969 AMC AMX
 1969 AMC AMX Chopped *
 1969 BIG BAD AMX *

'69 DODGE CHARGER MODEL:
 1969 Dodge Charger
 1969 Dodge Charger Chopped *

'69 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER MODEL:
 1969 Plymouth Road Runner
 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Convertible *
 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Chopped *

'69 FORD TORINO GT MODEL:
 1969 Ford Torino GT
 1969 Ford Torino GT Chopped *
 1969 Ford Torino GT Cobra *

'69 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 442 MODEL:
 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442
 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 W-30 *

'69 PONTIAC GTO MODEL:
 1969 Pontiac GTO
 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge *

'70 CHEVY EL CAMINO MODEL:
 1970 Chevy El Camino
 1970 Chevy El Camino Chopped *
 1970 Chevy El Camino SS *
 1970 Chevy El Camino SS Chopped *

'70 CHEVY CHEVELLE MODEL:
 1970 Chevy Chevelle
 1970 Chevy Chevelle Chopped *
 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS *
 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS Chopped *

'70 CHEVY NOVA MODEL:
 1970 Chevy Nova
 1970 Chevy Nova Chopped *
 1970 Chevy Nova SS *
 1970 Chevy Nova SS Chopped *

'70 FORD MUSTANG MODEL:
 1970 Ford Mustang
 1970 Ford Mustang Chopped *
 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1
 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Chopped *

'70 PLYMOUTH CUDA MODEL:
 1970 Plymouth Cuda

'71 PLYMOUTH DUSTER MODEL:
 1971 Plymouth Duster
 1971 Plymouth Duster Chopped *
 1971 Plymouth Duster 340 *
 1971 Plymouth Duster 340 Chopped *

'73 PONTIAC FIREBIRD MODEL:
 1973 Pontiac Firebird
 1973 Pontiac Firebird Chopped *
 1973 Pontiac Firebird Formula *







7.  Rare Parts on MCO
Rare parts are parts that are not in the parts catalog.  These parts can be
very expensive, depending on what they do.  Here is a list of all the known
rare parts.
I don't know which engine block every part goes to so (until someone e-mails me
with the details) you will have to find out yourself.


BLOWERS:
 Weiand 10-71 Blower

 Weiand 8-71 Blower

 Weiand 6-71 Blower

 Holley Street PowerCharger

 Holley PowerCharger

 Holley MegaBlower <~~~ The best and most expensive blower.  Adds 200 hp!!!


NOS:
 Holley Sneaky Pete NOS

 Holley Powershot NOS

 Holley Super Powershot

 Holley Cheater NOS   <~~~ The best and most expensive NOS system.  Adds 250
hp!!


IGNITIONS:
 Holley Excelerator

 Holley Avenger

 Holley Dominator

 Performance Electronic

 Crane XR3000   <~~~ Most expensive Ignition System.  I can't tell you if it is
the best cause I dont know.

 Crane XR700


ENGINE BLOCKS:
 Chevy 302 Block

 Buick 350 Block

 Buick 400 Block

 Buick 430 Block

 Buick 455 Block

 Ford 289 Hi-Po Block

 Ford 302 BOSS Block <~~~ Most expensive Engine Block.  Again, I can't tell you
if it is the best.

 Ford 390 HP Block

 Ford 460 Block


CYLINDER HEADS:
 Ford BOSS 429 HP Alloy Heads

 Boss 302 HP 10.5 2.23 Valves

 Boss 302 HP 10.5 2.19 Valves

 Chevy 427 ZL-1 Alloy Heads  <~~~ Best and most expensive Cylinder Heads

 Chevy 396/427 L89 Alloy Heads

 Chrysler 340 AAR Heads


CAMS/VALVETRAIN:
 Boss Camshaft

 Leland Racing Camshaft

 Chrysler 340 AAR Camshaft

 Milloy Premier  <~~~ Ford 385B

 Milloy Premier  <~~~ Cadillac BB

 Milloy Premier  <~~~ Chrysler BB


SUSPENSION/HANDLING:
 310 Coil Springs

 320 Coil Springs

 330 Coil Springs

 XHD Traction Bar

 Boundary 250 Chin Spoiler

 Boundary 250 Rear Spoiler


HEADERS:
 Quaker Super Stream Headers <~~~ BB Chevy

 Quaker Super Stream Headers <~~~ BB Ford

 Oldfield Track King Headers <~~~ BB Ford

 Oldfield Track King Headers <~~~ 385B Ford

 Quaker Super Stream Headers <~~~ Pontiac B

 Quaker Super Stream Headers <~~~ AMC

 Rad Rat Window Rattler Headers <~~~ Chevy WB

 Quaker Super Stream Headers <~~~ Chevy WB

 Mickey Thompson Headers

 Oldfield Track King Headers <~~~ CB Ford

 Quaker Super Stream Headers <~~~ CB Ford

 Walter Super LA Headers

 Street Shark Predator Headers

 Rad Rat Window Rattler Headers <~~~ Chevy BB

 Leland Rad Cad Headers


EXHAUST PIPES:
 2.25 Cast Iron Dual

 2.25 Treated Iron Dual

 2.25 Aluminum Alloy Dual

 2.25 Forged Steel Dual

 2.25 Alloy Steel Dual

 Hooker Max Performance Dual <~~~ Best and most expensive Exhaust Pipe.  Adds
20 hp!!

 Hooker Maximum Flow

 Hooker Elite Glasspacks

 Hooker Super Competition


BRAKES:
 16x2 Metallic Disk

 16x2 Metal Disk ABS  <~~~ Best and most expensive Brakes.

 14x2 Metallic Disk

 14x2 Metal Disk ABS


PISTONS:
 JE 1.25 Domed Pistons <~~~ BB Ford

 JE 1.25 Domed Pistons <~~~ BB Chevy

 JE 1.25 Domed Pistons <~~~ Pontiac B

 JE 1.25 Domed Pistons <~~~ 385B Ford

 JE 1.25 Domed Pistons <~~~ CB Ford

 JE 1.25 Domed Pistons <~~~ BB Chrysler

 JE 1.25 Domed Pistons <~~~ Chevy WB

 JE 1.25 Domed Pistons <~~~ AMC

 JE 1.25 Domed Pistons <~~~ SB Chrysler

 JE 1.25 Domed Pistons <~~~ BB Cadillac


CONNECTING RODS:
 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ Cadillac BB

 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ AMC B

 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ Ford 385B

 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ Ford BB

 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ Chrysler BB

 Ford BOSS 429 820-S

 Raven Titanium  <~~~ Ford CB

 Raven Titanium  <~~~ Ford BB

 LeMans Capscrew


CRANKSHAFTS:
 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ AMC B

 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ Ford CB

 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ Ford BB

 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ Ford CB

 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ Chevy BB

 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ Chevy WB

 Duro Rod Legend <~~~ Cadillac BB


CARBURATORS/INDUCTION:
 Holley Mega Scoop %

 Holley Dominator 1250 CFM 4V

 Holley Dominator 1250 CFM 2x4V

 Ramjet F.I.

 Ramjet F.I. RPO 579D

 Cadillac EFI

 Corvette Cross-Fire EFI

 Edelbrock Pro-Flo EFI

 Edelbrock Pro-Flo 1000


INTAKE MANIFOLDS:
 Perfect Port Emperor Dual Plane

 Rad Rat Ultimate Tunnel Ram

 Perfect Port Super Tunnel Ram

 Walter Super Stock Single Plane

 Oldfield Track King Dual Plane

 Street Shark Tiger Shark Tunnel Ram

 Oldfield Track King Tunnel Ram


OTHER RARE PARTS:
 Bully XHD Tranny Cooler

 US Radiator Maxi

 Big Block Boss



8. About Skins
Ok, it seems Skins are a big thing in MCO.  Well, I personally don't see the
point in making skins for your car
if no one can see your artwork.  Now, EA said they are trying to find some way
to make it where players can submit
their skins onto MCO and other playes could download them, but I don't think
that will happen for a long time.  But,
if you are wanting to know how to create skins all you need is an art program
like Adobe Photoshop and some original
ideas.  After you get through skinning, you just save your file as a .fsh file
like this:  Say I was creating a new
skin for a '70 Mustang.  When I finish, I would save it as 70stadec.fsh.  Ok,
here is what that means.  The 70 is the
year of the car.  The sta represents the model of the car (sta meaning
Mustang).  The dec represents the type of paint
which, in this case, is a decal paint job.  Now, there are alot of car skins in
the skins folder, so to find the skin you
want to modify, you'll have to search for it.  If you want to modify a decal
paint job, look for cars with dec after the model.
If you want to modify a flame paint job, look for fla.  Scallop = sca, Bad Ass
= bad, Rusty = rus, and Primer = tin (which controls
all of the detail shop paint jobs, so if you changed this file, you could only
have the paint job you modified for that car.
Even if you sell the car and buy another one of the same year and model.  Now,
to save your new paint job, you need the EAGraph
tool, which allows you to save the paint job as .fsh.  There ya have it, that
is about it for the skins.  Oh, an be sure to back-up
your skins folder in case you want the old skins back.



9.  Engine Set-Ups
Here is where I will add Engine Set-Ups for different engines.  Most of these
will come from different players, but I have a few of
my own.
===================================================================================
==============|
ENGINE: Ford 400 V-8 |
HP:  613 |
TOURQUE:  575 |
RPM (MAX):  11000 |
CARBURETOR:  Dominator 2x4v 1280 cfm |
CAMSHAFT:  New Boss |
CONNECTING ROD:  Super Max          |
COOLING SYSTEM:  Small Block Perf. |
CRANKSHAFT:  Super Max |
CYLINDER HEAD:  HP Canted (11.0) |
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:  Boss Ignition |
EXHAUST MANIFOLD:  Strip King Headers          |
INTAKE MANIFOLD:  Midget Tunnel Ram |
LUBRICATION SYSTEM:  Small Block Stock |
PISTONS:  Wedge (.25) |
VALVETRAIN:  Strip King Roller |
AIR INTAKE:  Hillborn |
SUPERCHARGER/NOS: None |
|
TRACKS BEST RUN FOR:  I use this for Bel Air Grand Prix Classic B.  Make around
1.2K-1.5K a run. |
COST:  N/A |
===================================================================================
==============|
===================================================================================
==============|
ENGINE:  Ford 400 V-8 |
HP:  711 |
TOURQUE:  655 |
RPM (MAX):  11000 |
CARBURETOR: Dominator 2x4v 1280 cfm |
CAMSHAFT:  New Boss |
CONNECTING ROD:  Super Max |
COOLING SYSTEM:  Small Block Perf. |
CRANKSHAFT:  Super Max |
CYLINDER HEAD:  Boss 351 (11.7) CH |
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:  Boss Ignition |
EXHAUST MANIFOLD:  Strip King Headers |
INTAKE MANIFOLD:  Midget Tunnel Ram |
LUBRICATION SYSTEM:  Small Block Stock |
PISTONS:  Wedge (.25) |
VALVETRAIN:  Strip King Roller |
AIR INTAKE:  Hillborn |
SUPERCHARGER/NOS:  Pro-Street (Blower) |
|
TRACKS BEST RUN FOR:  I use this when I race PvP.  I have won some and lost
some. |
COST:  N/A |
===================================================================================
==============|

10. Trusted People On MCO
All these people I am about to list were listed on MCO message boards 
and I got their permission to use them.
Be warned that these are who other people say can be trusted.  
I don't know for sure if they can be.  Of course
you can trust me, so I am going to list myself in there too.

MIDTOWN:
73thing
BirdofPrey
BM
Bob Bailey
brandon a
BumpBailey
Caulfield
chopper853
Coors Lght
Cracker
daisyduke
Dansdaman
davidjr
dogboy
Dr Cam
Fourdub
gandalf
HJC Racing
jJamie
MadDoc
MafiaRacer
monchoon
no1coolguy
missy b
MrJake
Mr Plow
RE Lee
Rocky
rose
SINN
sirenscall
sledzzilla
Slug
Socket
Sodapop
Spdwarrior
stripflier
Sweets
thc
venus
vma
Wiseguy
Wolfchan
Zy


UPTOWN:
big kahuna
Crewz
Chevylover
eddieo
kid141 <~~~ Me
Mad Max
MotorBaba
OBIE
posi
Turok
ZUM



CROSSROADS:
Baal
Blades
Bone
Buddy420
Calabrio
Copper JJ
CrCudaman
Cutlass86
Daisy Duke
Dan O
Dees Troy
dpg
Emagen1
Fastmatt
Flashy Gal
GLDWNGR
ICANT
INTRUDER
JCH
J Lark
Joe Mama
JZProwler
kid141 <~~~ Me
KungFu
Lex Eldron
Mad Stang
MotorBaba
Mr8
Mr Pepe
no1coolguy
No Flow
Rebel 21
RE Lee
Retye50
Ronnie Rat
Savige
Say
Scrubb88
SpddmnD
Spynwizard
SRX
Swami
Tattooed8
T Devil
The Coz
twolf
TWSTDMTL
Viperz
Viz SE
Vorcsh
Zen


CITY CENTER ATLANTIC:
Artumark
Big Beast
big daawg
Jasper
jennifer
kore
Mule
michele
MotorBaba
Psychobuff
tc mores
Yankees

 

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