About This File
2016-2017 Ford Focus RS Security Car Pack
Model : CSR2(Mobile Game)
GTAIV Author : twattyballs2011 - DT Designs DTD
Converted over to GTAV : BritishGamer88
Texture's/Material's : BritishGamer88
Template : BritishGamer88
Police Lightbar : 3dwarehouse Edited to British version by BritishGamer88
Grill Lights : Vertex
Oleg : for continuious help to get the model working ingame!!
Skin : BritishGamer88
Wheel's : twattyballs2011
APNR : DoubleDopplr
Dashlight : 3Dwarehouse
Security Liveries: Alaannnn
1.) Go to Mods/x64e/levels/gta/vehicles.rpf then drag and drop the dilettante2.yft, dilettante2.ytd, dilettante2_hi.yft and dilettante2+hi.ytd into it.
2.) Go to Update/Update.rpf/Common/Data and then open up handling.meta.
3.) press ctrl+f and search for 'Dilettante2', then copy paste the info from the 'handling.meta text.txt'.
4.) Save the file and put it back into Update/Update.rpf/Common/Data.
5.) Go to Update/Update.rpf/Common/Data/Levels/gta5 and open up vehicles.meta.
6.) Press ctrl+f and search for 'Dilettante2', then copy paste the info from the 'vehicles.meta text.txt'.
7.) Save the file and put it back into Update/Update.rpf/Common/Data/Levels/gta5.
- If you don't edit the handling.meta file, the vehicle will have only one gear and be a front-wheel drive car, unlike the real 2016 Ford Focus RS which is a 6-gear, All-wheel drive car.
- If you don't edit the vehicle.meta file, the vehicle will sound like a hybrid vehicle.
What else does this mod come with?
- The Security Car will now have the proper security personel driving it, and you'll also recieve a shotgun and shotgun ammo upon entering the vehicle.
What can I expect in the future?
- More liveries, more security vehicles, and maybe even security-based scripts
Yes, don't save your game in the vehicles, or else the texture bugs, however if you clean the vehicles it gets fixed.
1. ACADEMI - Originally going under the name Blackwater USA, American private military company ACADEMI was established in 1997 by ex-U.S. Navy SEAL Erik Prince. Blackwater was awarded its first government contract in 2000, and in order for the company to fulfill it, more than 100,000 sailors were trained for action. Blackwater was heavily – and controversially – involved in the Iraq War. In 2009 Prince stepped down as CEO, and the firm, by then known as Blackwater Worldwide, was rebranded Xe Services LLC. In 2010 private investors took over, and the company became ACADEMI in 2011. According to its official website, ACADEMI offers “stability and protection to people and locations experiencing turmoil.” And it works with “federal, state and local government clients, global commercial customers, numerous law enforcement and intelligence organizations and agencies and allied governments worldwide.”
2. Triple Canopy - a private security, risk management and defense contracting company based in Reston, Virginia. Former U.S. Special Forces soldiers established the firm in Chicago in 2003, and a significant number of Triple Canopy’s employees are former special ops personnel and police officers. According to its official website, the company “provides mission support, security and training services to government agencies and multinational corporations worldwide.” Triple Canopy employs no less than 5,500 staff, and its clients include NGOs, telecommunication companies, oil and gas businesses, mining firms and financial organizations from all around the world. The company’s chain of command counts former Delta Force soldiers, consultants and analysts among its number. Triple Canopy rose to prominence in 2004 in Iraq, and one of its Iraq defense contracts is valued at $1.5 billion.
3. GK Sierra - Founded in 2007, Washington, D.C.- and Portland-based private military company GK Sierra started out producing secure communication technology for the U.S. government. Two years later, the firm, which is a wing of Genoa-Knowlton, Inc., started offering investigation and intelligence options among its services. At present GK Sierra gathers intelligence for the CIA. As well as having a Tel-Aviv office, the company is said to employ high-ranking Mossad operatives, which has led to accusations that it is in fact part of the Israeli Intelligence Service – allegations that GK Sierra has emphatically rejected. The company’s specialties include corporate investigation and intelligence, digital forensics, and encryption technology, while it is also purported to have “direct action” operatives on the ground in various countries around the world.
4. Chubb Fire & Security - English brothers and lock makers Charles and Jeremiah Chubb established the company now known as Chubb Fire & Security in 1818 – the same year they patented their Chubb detector lock. The firm introduced its first safe in 1835; then in the 1870s it expanded to the USA. At the time, the country was suffering from violent bank robberies, so Chubb responded by producing a time lock to be attached to the doors of vaults and safes. In 2000 Chubb sold its lock division and switched its focus to security systems. Since 2003 the firm has been owned by U.S. multinational conglomerate United Technologies Corporation, and it is today based around the world. In the U.K., services include mobile patrols, remote surveillance and response, and key holding. Meanwhile, South African extras comprise armed response teams, electric fencing, and a special Chubb911 24-hour emergency hotline. In Australia, the company also offers a cash-in-transit service.
5. Andrews International - Established in Los Angeles in 1988, Andrews International is a California-based private security firm with offices across America. It also boasts branches in Mexico, Honduras and Colombia and has operatives in Canada and India. Andrews International provides armed and unarmed security guards for businesses as well as offering specialist government and defense department solutions. In 2009 it bought Canadian global security giant GardaWorld’s U.S. and Mexican guarding services for a sum exceeding $44 million. Andrews International describes itself as “one of the premier professional providers of a comprehensive range of superior security and risk mitigation services.” It adds that its security personnel protect “national landmarks, major tourist attractions, industrial sites, educational and financial institutions, healthcare facilities, and other locations where security stakes and client expectations are high.”