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Submitted by toaster 1187d ago | video

How to turn off the friction in GTA IV

A Youtube user has found a way to set the wheel friction of all the cars in GTA IV to a negative value. The resulting video he’s taken of the madness is the funniest thing you’ll see today.

Turning off the friction in GTA IV means delving into your GTA IV data file which can be found in the ‘common’ folder of your GTA IV directory. Once there open up handling.dat and change the value for each car to a negative figure. (Grand Theft Auto IV, PC)

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George Sears  +   1187d ago
It's like all the cars are out to get him!
BLACKBOIJONES  +   1187d ago
Lame... this game is still crap and even tho u can fly now in gta4 i dont give a f""k. I have returned my copy a long time ago and if some 1 gives it to me for free i will do this---------->>> http://www.youtube.com/watc...

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NaViTo  +   1186d ago
Lol that was fun!

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