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|NR2003 General Discussion General discussion area regarding NR2003.|
|#1 (permalink) 12-29-2010|
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1. Install NR2003
2. Install NR2003 Track Pack (this is purely optional; if you want this, there is a download link at the bottom of this post)
3. Install 18.104.22.168 Patch (this is required for any mods that you wish to use; this patch is available in SRD's Downloads area)
4. Install PWF (Project Wildfire) New Car Damage and Tires
5. Install PWF GNS Mod
6. Install PWF GNS Mod Volumetric Shadow Fix
7. Install PWF Truck Series Mod
8. Install PWF IROC Mod
9. Install PWF IROC Mod Model Fix
10. Install PWF Trans-Am Mod
At this point, you can install any other mods that you wish to use (Bullring COT, NCTS09, Cup90, Aero88, etc.).
All of the PWF mods are available at MasGrafx. For the NR2003 Track Pack, you can download it from a number of sim racing sites, and I also have uploaded it to my MediaFire account. Below is the link to get it:
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