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  1. Emergency Lighting System

    Emergency Lighting System V brings one of the most popular modifications ever created for a GTA title (ELS-IV) to Grand Theft Auto V. ELS-V will add a whole new dimension to  your patrols. With a fresh look and many more features than its predecessor, it's also sure to brighten up your game and satisfy the emergency lighting enthusiast in anyone.
     
    DESCRIPTION
    − ELS provides an alternate and incredibly in-depth way of controlling emergency vehicle lights and sounds.
    − ELS requires vehicle models specifically designed to make use of its features.
    − ELS includes over 200 unique lighting patterns scattered across 4 light groups and lighting formats.
     
    NOTES
    − Please consult the ELS USER GUIDE and other provided documentation prior to using ELS.
    − As of V1.00 ELS is not compatible with any form of multiplayer.
    − A visual enhancement mod is recommended to improve the appearance of ELS lights in game.
     
    BASIC INSTALLATION
    − A GTAV ScriptHook must be installed for any .asi modification to work. The original may be found HERE.
    − Using script modifications in GTA Online can result in a temporary or permanent ban from the service.
    − 1. Place ELS.asi, ELS.ini, the ELS folder, and  AdvancedHookV.dll inside your main GTA V game directory.
    − 2. Download and install (a) pro-ELS vehicle model(s).
    − 3. Start your game.
     
    CREDITS
    − ELS is coded by Lt.Caine.
    − AdvancedHookV and vehicle damage feature coded by LMS.
    − ELS-V testing team (alphabetical order): Albo1125, BxBugs123, GravelRoadCop, PoliceWag, and Prophet.

    197,360 downloads

       (162 reviews)

    1,203 comments

      9.06 MB

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  2. Basic Vehicle Actions

    BVA–Basic Vehicle Actions is a script modification that adds some simple vehicle functionality, including persistent braking lights, the ability to toggle the engine state, indicators, and parking mode. It also allows custom vehicle exit styles to better suit the user's gameplay.
     
    DESCRIPTION
    − BVA provides several simple vehicle features.
    − You can toggle a parking mode (to save your vehicle), toggle a vehicle’s engine state, and use indicators, among other things.
    − BVA allows for persistent braking lights whenever a vehicle is stopped.
    − BVA also allows the user to choose an exit style (from 3 available) for both short and long presses of the vehicle exit button.
    − BVA includes a seatbelt feature and the ability to shuffle vehicle seats.
    − BVA includes custom sounds for added immersion.
     
    NOTES
    − Consult the FEATURE INFO file to learn more about BVA and its features.
    − The parking mode feature is disabled by default, as it may cause issues when using a controller.
    − You may enable the feature in the BVA.ini file.
     
    INSTALLATION
    − A GTAV ScriptHook must be installed for any .asi modification to work. The original may be found HERE.
    − Using script modifications in GTA Online can result in a temporary or permanent ban from the service.
    − 1. Place the .asi and .ini files provided in the download inside your main GTAV game directory.
    − 2. Modify the .ini file as you see fit.
    − 3. Start your game.
     
    CREDITS
    − BVA is coded by Lt.Caine.
    − Thank you to Alexander Blade without whose work scripting for GTAV would not be possible.

    23,986 downloads

       (15 reviews)

    71 comments

      1.73 MB

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  3. Player Location Display

    PLD–Player Location Display is a script modification that displays the player's current location (including street name or intersection, area name, and region) at the bottom-left corner of the user's screen.
     
    DESCRIPTION
    − PLD displays the player’s current in-game location on the screen.
    − Location includes street name or intersection, district name, and region.
    − PLD also displays the current in-game time.
    − PLD allows the user to toggle the size of the radar and provides some informative multiplayer** features.
     
    NOTES
    − Consult the FEATURE INFO file to learn more about PLD and its features.
    − It is recommended that you disable subtitles (PAUSE > SETTINGS > DISPLAY > SUBTITLES) when using PLD to prevent overlap.
    − **Multiplayer is understood to be a 3rd party multiplayer mod, such as FiveReborn.
     
    INSTALLATION
    − A GTAV ScriptHook must be installed for any .asi modification to work. The original may be found HERE.
    − Using script modifications in GTA Online can result in a temporary or permanent ban from the service.
    − 1. Place the .asi and .ini files provided in the download inside your main GTAV game directory.
    − 2. Modify the .ini file as you see fit.
    − 3. Start your game.
     
    CREDITS
    − PLD is coded by Lt.Caine.
    − Thank you to Alexander Blade without whose work scripting for GTAV would not be possible.

    130,015 downloads

       (39 reviews)

    140 comments

      4.35 MB

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  4. Default-Type EMS Vehicle Pack

    This is an EMS-themed vehicle pack containing 7 default-type vehicles, remapped to accept custom decals and with some adjustments.
    DESCRIPTION
    − A vehicle pack featuring lore-friendly reworked default vehicles with an EMS theme.
    − Currently features 7 vehicle models: Stanier, Fugitive, Granger, Rumpo, V450 Ambulance, Landstalker Ambulance, and Contender.
    − Vehicles have matching lighting configurations and all have slicktop variations.
    − A Granger variation includes lifeguard equipment and the Rumpo has some in-game vehicle "mods” available to it.
    − Vehicles have multiple matching liveries.
    NOTES
    − If your game crashes on start up, you likely need to install a "gameconfig.xml" modification to increase the number of add-on vehicles your game can accept.
    − Whenever modifying XML files, an appropriate text editor (such as Notepad++) is recommended.
    − Since the vehicles included in this pack are add-ons, a trainer is required to spawn them using option to type-in the model name.
    − Model names: AMBULANCE, AMBULANCE2, EMSCAR, LGUARD, EMSCAR2, EMSSUV, EMSVAN.
    − Ambulance and Lifeguard models will replace default ones.
    − Known issue: Odd glass collisions on Rumpo when window panels/covers are equipped.
    − Known issue: Entry into the EMSVAN via the rear doors is glitched and more work is needed to resolve it.
    INSTALLATION
    − Always make sure to create backups before overwriting any original game files.
    − To avoid the need to overwrite original game files, use the “mod” folder method provided by OpenIV.
    − 1. Add the “lux_vpack_ems” folder (included in the download) to “mods/update/x64/dlcpacks/” in your GTA V game directory.
    − 2. Using OpenIV, extract the file “mods/update/update.rpf/common/data/dlclist.xml” to your desktop.
    − 3. Open the file and add the following line at the end of it (just above </Paths>): <Item>dlcpacks:\lux_vpack_ems\</Item>
    − 4. Save the file. This line will instruct to the game to load the vehicle pack along with all other game DLC.
    − 5. Import the dlclist.xml file you just modified back into OpenIV, overwriting the original.
    − 6. Close OpenIV.
    CREDITS
    − Base GTAV vehicle models made by Rockstar Games and modified by Lt.Caine.
    − Vehicles remapped and reworked by Lt.Caine.
    − Vent on Vapid V450 made by Lt.Caine.
    − Some Vapid V450 model edits, including extra lights by BxBugs123.
    − Yard1 for fixing vehicle glass collision issues on the Granger model.

    3,808 downloads

       (17 reviews)

    66 comments

      55.62 MB

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  5. FS Unitrol Omega 90 Siren

    The Federal Signal Unitrol Omega 90 siren for GTA V.
    DESCRIPTION
    − A sound modification which replaces the main GTA V siren tones with those of the Federal Signal Unitrol Omega 90k.
    − Features the following tones: AH, WL, YP, and PY.
    NOTES
    − Due to game limitations, the priority tone (PY) will be applied to all of the game’s emergency vehicles.
    − To apply this siren to any emergency vehicle, in the vehicles.meta file, set its <handlingId> flag to one matching the name of an emergency vehicle that uses the base siren and is similar in handling (ex. POLICE, POLICE2, POLICE3, PRANGER, POLICET…)
    INSTALLATION
    − Always make sure to create backups before overwriting any original game files.
    − To avoid the need to overwrite original game files, use the “mod” folder method provided by OpenIV.
    − 1. Using OpenIV, open the file: “mods /x64/audio/sfx/RESIDENT.rpf”.
    − 2. Once inside, find and replace the vehicles.awc file with one of those provided in the download.
    − 3. Close OpenIV.
    REDISTRIBUTION
    − You may modify and redistribute this modification as long as all credits are respected.
    CREDITS
    − Sounds sourced from the Federal Signal website.
    − Sounds looped, edited, optimized and compiled for GTA V by Lt.Caine.
    PREVIEW
    − Sample tones are provided in the download.

    890 downloads

       (3 reviews)

    2 comments

      12.43 MB

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  6. ZTEP-103 Siren

    The ZTEP-103 siren by Zone Technologies is used by several police forces in the province of Quebec (Canada), including the Montreal Police Service (SPVM).
    DESCRIPTION
    − This modification will replace the main GTA V police sirens with the air horn and main tones of the ZTEP-103.
    − Features the choice of two versions: AH, WL, YP, and HL; or AH, WL, YP and HY.
    NOTES
    − Due to game limitations, the yelp tone (YP) will be applied to all of the game’s emergency vehicles.
    − To apply the ZTEP siren to any emergency vehicle, in the vehicles.meta file, set its <handlingId> flag to one matching the name of an emergency vehicle that uses the base siren and is similar in handling (ex. POLICE, POLICE2, POLICE3, PRANGER, POLICET…)
    INSTALLATION
    − Always make sure to create backups before overwriting any original game files.
    − To avoid the need to overwrite original game files, use the “mod” folder method provided by OpenIV.
    − 1. Using OpenIV, open the file: “mods /x64/audio/sfx/RESIDENT.rpf”.
    − 2. Once inside, find and replace the vehicles.awc file with one of those provided in the download.
    − 3. Close OpenIV.
    CREDITS
    − Original high-quality sounds recorded and provided by PoliceWag and MAG292.
    − Sounds looped, edited, optimized and compiled for GTA V by Lt.Caine.
    PREVIEW
    − Sample tones are provided in the download.
    − You can hear a preview of the ZTEP tones in this video from GTA IV (the tones are relatively unchanged): https://youtu.be/RI4u4_JgtVI?t=37s
     

    986 downloads

       (7 reviews)

    3 comments

      24.53 MB

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  7. Train Simulation Mod

    TSM–Train Simulation Mod is a script modification that allows the player to operate trains in San Andreas while offering unique features, such as custom GUIs, stops, and speed limits.
    DESCRIPTION
    − Take control of any train in San Andreas.
    − TSM attempts to strike a balance between realism and casual gameplay.
    − Features a unique custom GUI for both train types, stations/stops, speed limits, sounds, and a unique control scheme.
    − Features dynamic acceleration and braking values based on the actual layout of a given train.
    − TSM takes engine power, train mass, friction, and inclination into account.
    − Features an additional view mode (to look behind).
    − Online, players riding a train under the user’s control will be notified via game SMS of the next station or stop.

    NOTES
    − Consult the DEFAULT CONTROLS file to view the list of default TSM control keys.
    − Consult the FEATURE INFO file for some useful information regarding TSM.
    − Press Alt + F12 near any locomotive to enter it. Once inside, press F12 to take control.
    − Reverse the above process to exit the train.
    − If improper information is displayed in GUI, the train must be calibrated by approaching a station.
    − In single player, the metro train should be exited at a station rather than between stops.
    − Players using the PLD mod should temporarily disable it by pressing Alt + Ctrl + L.
    − Speed limits are still a WIP.
    INSTALLATION
    − A GTAV ScriptHook must be installed for any .asi modification to work. The original may be found here.
    − Using script modifications in GTA Online can result in a temporary or permanent ban from the service.
    − 1. Place the .asi file provided in the download inside your main GTAV game directory.
    − 2. Start your game.
    CREDITS
    − TSM is coded by Lt.Caine.
    − Thank you to Alexander Blade without whose work scripting for GTAV would not be possible.

    7,092 downloads

       (6 reviews)

    16 comments

      5.08 MB

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  8. Granger Default-Type

    This is the default Granger, remapped to accept custom decals and with some slight adjustments.
    DESCRIPTION
    − A modified version of the default Sheriff Granger (sheriff2) vehicle model.
    − Features a completely mapped body with template for custom decal textures.
    − Vehicle dirt mapping is intact.
    − Features 4 custom liveries and some slight adjustments.
    CHANGELOG
    − Vehicle glass collision issues fixed by Yard1.
    NOTES
    − N/A
    INSTALLATION
    − Always make sure to create backups before overwriting any original game files.
    − To avoid the need to overwrite original game files, use the “mod” folder method provided by OpenIV.
    − 1. Using OpenIV, open the file “update/x64/dlcpacks/patchday4ng/dlc.rpf/x64/levels/gta5/vehicles.rpf”.
    − 2. Once inside, find and replace the vehicle files with the corresponding ones provided in the download.
    − 3. Close OpenIV.
    CREDITS
    − Base GTAV vehicle model made by Rockstar Games and modified by Lt.Caine.
    − Vehicle body remapped by Lt.Caine.
    − Vehicle glass collision issues fixed by Yard1.
     
     

    3,073 downloads

       (6 reviews)

    36 comments

      7.29 MB

    Updated

  9. V Interceptor Default-Type

    This is the default V Interceptor, remapped to accept custom decals and with some slight adjustments.
    DESCRIPTION
    − A modified version of the default Police Interceptor (police3) vehicle model.
    − Features a completely mapped body with template for custom decal textures.
    − Features 4 custom CHP/LAPD inspired SAHP and LSPD textures.
    − A texture template is provided in the download.
    CHANGELOG
    − Vehicle glass collision issues fixed by Yard1.
    NOTES
    − N/A
    INSTALLATION
    − Always make sure to create backups before overwriting any original game files.
    − To avoid the need to overwrite original game files, use the “mod” folder method provided by OpenIV.
    − 1. Using OpenIV, open the file “update/x64/dlcpacks/patchday4ng/dlc.rpf/x64/levels/gta5/vehicles.rpf”.
    − 2. Once inside, find and replace the vehicle files with the corresponding ones provided in the download.
    − 3. Close OpenIV.
    CREDITS
    − Base GTAV vehicle model made by Rockstar Games and modified by Lt.Caine.
    − Vehicle body remapped by Lt.Caine.
    − Vehicle glass collision issues fixed by Yard1.

    4,482 downloads

       (14 reviews)

    26 comments

      6.03 MB

    Updated

  10. Emergency Lighting System IV

    ELS-IV V8.5x is the latest update to one of the most popular mods ever created for a GTA title - enhancing all forms of emergency lighting in GTA IV.
    NOTES
    − ELS is a ".ASI" script mod.
    − ELS will only work correctly when used with ELS-enabled vehicles.
    − ELS V8 uses new powerful features made possible by the AdvancedHook Library System, created by LMS--read his blog article about it here.
    IMPORTANT
    − Please consult the ELS User Guide and other documentation provided prior to use.
    − ELS V8.5 VCFs and configuration files are compatible with ELS V8.51, and no adjustments are required.
    − ELS V8.0 VCFs are compatible with ELS V8.5, however, in order to take advantage of some new features, slight adjustments are required.
    − ELS V7.0 vehicle configuration files (VCFs) are not completely compatible with ELS V8.5. Aconversion guide is provided in the documentation.
    − Always keep your AdvancedHook.dll up to date. If you already have a more recent version of the file installed, do not replace it with the one contained in the ELS download.
    − You may need to download and install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redist. Package (found here).
    − You may need to download and install the Microsoft Visual C++ Redist. for Visual Studio 2012 Update 4 (found here).
    − You may need to download and install the Microsoft Visual C++ Redist. for Visual Studio 2013 (found here).
    KNOWN ISSUES
    − (The following issues have been cataloged during testing and are under watch. Updates will be made once permanent solutions are discovered.)
    − The ELS lights on AI vehicles may sometimes be slow to turn off; increasing the values of the ClearRandAiExtrasXX options may help mitigate this issue.
    − In multiplayer, the session host may be unable to see the ELS lights of other players' vehicles past a certain distance.
    − In multiplayer, there is an issue where the user will hear a random ELS "beep" sound and this will be followed by a crash.
    − In multipalyer, repairing the vehicle may cause the user's ELS lights to de-synchronize; setting the system to LSTG3 and back to 0 once or twice should correct this issue.
    CREDITS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
    − ELS is coded by Lt.Caine.
    − LMS, for his powerful AdvancedHook, the amazing features of which (including the vehicle damage system) ELS depends upon, in addition to his valued assistance with AdvancedHook, numerous contributions to the ELS code, his persistence with regard to the vehicle damage issue, and his very generous and invaluable work pertaining to ELS debugging and crash prevention;
    − Sam, for his valued assistance and contributions to the ELS code, his powerful and professional public relations skills and work on behalf of ELS, as well as his persistent desire to lend a helping hand;
    − PoliceWag, for his expert feedback, suggestions, and extremely dedicated help and patience, particularly in testing MP compatibility—he is the inspiration and motivation for ELS’ online features, and he worked tirelessly to ensure that these were up to standard;
    − BxBugs123, for his dedicated help, feedback, and constant innovation with regard to ELS vehicle models (particularly the DRO lighting types).
    − NicolaiB, for his unrelenting help and support throughout the testing process and, of course, for his awesome videos;
    − Break, for his advice regarding German lighting patterns, his countless suggestions, and his instrumental assistance in weeding out issues;
    − cp702, for his valued assistance in weeding out issues and, without whose persistence, ELS would not have supported added vehicle slots;
    − Aru, AlexanderBlade, and HazardX, without whom coding for GTAIV would be impossible; and,
    − the ELS users, who ultimately provide the motivation necessary to take upon such endeavors.
    − The ELS testing team consisted of (in alphabetical order, except lead): PoliceWag (lead), bosco154, Break, BxBugs123, cp702, James, kjel0112, Mag292, NicolaiB, Sam, and SnH FireFighter.
     

    395,926 downloads

    472 comments

      4.68 MB

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  11. E-450 Ambulance MX-7000 (ELS)

    A Ford E-450 ambulance with a DRO2 ELS type Mx-7000 lightbar and multiple liveries.

    NOTES
    - The vehicle model is provided unlocked. If you wish to modify it with the intent to redistribute, the permission of the author is not required so long as proper credit is given.
    - This vehicle is ELS enabled (pro-ELS) and requires the Emergency Lighting System to work correctly.
    - Custom handling line and ELS VCF provided in the download.

    IMPORTANT
    - Requires ELS-IV V8.5 or higher.
    - Make sure to use the ELS vehicle configuration file (VCF) included in the download for optimal results.

    CREDITS
    - Original Ford E450 cutaway cab model procured from www.3dcadbrowser.com (and provided by Bxbgus123).
    - The cab model was converted to GTAIV by Lt.Caine.
    - The entire vehicle model was extensively optimized, modified, and templated by Lt.Caine.
    - Cab interior is default GTAIV vehicle “Speedo

    2,848 downloads

       (9 reviews)

    9 comments

      7.39 MB

    Updated

  12. Dodge Caravan MX-7000 (ELS)

    This version of the CRVN is outdated. You can find the latest version .

    NOTES
    - Original Dodge Caravan model made by the Driver: San Francisco development team.
    - The vehicle was converted to GTAIV by an unknown party not affiliated with Lt.Caine.
    - The main model was extensively optimized, modified, and templated by Lt.Caine.
    - Toughbook laptop made by Schaefft.
    - Code 3 MX-7000 light bar and all other emergency equipment and lighting made by Lt.Caine.
    - Placement of lighting equipment by PoliceWag.
    - Roof rails made by PoliceWag.
    - Model is provided unlocked--please provide fair credit when altering and redistributing content.

    1,053 downloads

       (12 reviews)

    12 comments

      4.81 MB

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  13. SPVM-Based LCPD Vehicles Pack (ELS)

    This is a pack of ELS-enabled SPVM-themed vehicles that includes the following models: IMP2, CRVN, and CVP2.

    NOTES
    - SPVM is the acronym for "Service de police de la ville de Montréal"-- the Montréal Police Service (Montréal, QC, Canada).
    - The vehicles contained in this pack have lighting equipment and livery setups based on those used by the SPVM, but modified to fit the Liberty City theme.
    - A livery mapping template is included for each model.
    - All models feature the new emerglights_emis_2 emmissive light texture mapping standard.
    - All models feature the new "shadow mapping" technique used to simulate shading on the vehicles.
    - The CRVN model is unlocked--please provide fair credit when altering and redistributing content.
    - These models work well in conjunction with the ZTEP siren (used by the SPVM) which can be found

    IMPORTANT
    - Make sure to use the ELS vehicle configuration files (VCFs) included with the models for optimal results.

    CREDITS
    (More specific credits provided in the download file.)
    - Code 3 MX-7000 light bar and additional emergency lighting equipment made by Lt.Caine.
    - IMP2: Chevrolet Impala from Driver: San Francisco, converted to GTA IV and modified extensively by Bxbugs123 and Lt.Caine.
    - CVP2: Ford Crown Victoria from Driver: San Francisco, converted to GTA IV by F5544, and modified extensively by Bxbugs123 and Lt.Caine.
    - CRVN: Dodge Caravan from Driver: San Francisco, converted to GTAIV by an unknown party, and modified extensively by Lt.Caine. Wheels made by BxBugs123.

    3,011 downloads

       (13 reviews)

    19 comments

      19 MB

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  14. Modified Default Vehicles Pack 1 (ELS)

    NOTES
    - Is a car pack, contains the following models: BFLO, LAND, PNCL, POLC, RCHR.
    - Base vehicle models originally made by by Rockstar Games and modified extensively by Lt.Caine.
    - Light bars, emergency lights, and all additional vehicle parts made by Lt.Caine.
    - Additional textures made by Lt.Caine.
    - Models provided are unlocked--please provide fair credit when altering and redistributing content.

    2,518 downloads

       (17 reviews)

    31 comments

      13.57 MB

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  15. Modified Default Vehicles Pack 2 (ELS)

    This is a pack of ELS-enabled default-themed vehicles that includes the following models: PNCL, VPCSR, VPCSR (SLICK), VPINT, and VPRGR.

    NOTES
    - Livery mapping template included for each model.
    - All models feature the new emerglights_emis_2 emmissive light texture mapping standard.
    - Models provided are unlocked--please provide fair credit when altering and redistributing content.
    - Please do not redistribute this pack or the models contained within it outside of GTAPoliceMods.com and LCPDFR.com.

    CREDITS
    - Special thank you to SkylineGTRFreak for providing the unlocked and converted base GTAV vehicle models.
    - Base GTAV vehicle models originally made by Rockstar Games, converted to GTASA by m4k3, modified by Yohsuke, and converted to GTAIV by SkylineGTRFreak.
    - Base PNCL vehicle model originally made by Rockstar Games and modified to police version by Lt.Caine.
    - All vehicle models modified extensively by Lt.Caine (including body remap).
    - Light bars, emergency lights, and all additional vehicle parts made by Rockstar Games and extensively reworked by Lt.Caine.
    - ELS conversion and mapping by Lt.Caine.
    - Additional (non stock) textures made by Lt.Caine.

    3,967 downloads

       (20 reviews)

    35 comments

      13.6 MB

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  16. V Interceptor Vector-Type (ELS)

    This package contains a VPINT model with Vector-type light bar, rear MARQ text board, and NYC-style LCPD liveries.

    NOTES
    - If you wish to modify the content of this package with the intent of distribution, authorization of the author is not required as long as proper credits are respected and rightfully attributed.
    - The vehicle contained in this download is ELS enabled (pro-ELS) and requires the Emergency Lighting System to work correctly.
    - Special thank you to SkylineGTRFreak for providing the unlocked and converted base GTAV Interceptor vehicle model.
    - Model provided is unlocked: please provide fair credit when altering and redistributing content.
    - This model is made to use the MARQ (marquee) ELS secondary lighting type.

    CREDITS
    - Base GTAV vehicle model originally made by Rockstar Games, converted to GTASA by m4k3, modified by Yohsuke, and converted to GTAIV by SkylineGTRFreak.
    - VPINT modified extensively by Lt.Caine (including body remap).
    - Light bars, emergency lights, and all additional vehicle parts made by Rockstar Games and extensively reworked by Lt.Caine.
    - ELS mapping by Lt.Caine.
    - Additional (non stock) textures made by Lt.Caine.

    1,799 downloads

       (8 reviews)

    13 comments

      3.69 MB

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  17. Buffalo 2 Vector-Type (ELS)

    This package contains a BUF2 model with Vector-type light bar, rear MARQ text board, and NYC-style LCPD liveries.

    NOTES
    - If you wish to modify the content of this package with the intent of distribution, authorization of the author is not required as long as proper credits are respected and rightfully attributed.
    - The vehicle contained in this download is ELS enabled (pro-ELS) and requires the Emergency Lighting System to work correctly.
    - Special thank you to SkylineGTRFreak for providing the unlocked and converted base GTAV Interceptor vehicle model.
    - Model provided is unlocked: please provide fair credit when altering and redistributing content.
    - IMPORTANT: This model is made to use the MARQ (marquee) ELS secondary lighting type--make sure to use the ELS configuration file provided in the download for best results.

    CREDITS
    - Base GTAV vehicle model originally made by Rockstar Games, converted to GTAIV by SkylineGTRFreak.
    - BUF2 converted to police version and extensively modified by Lt.Caine (including body remap).
    - Light bars, emergency lights, and all additional vehicle parts made by Rockstar Games and extensively reworked by Lt.Caine.
    - ELS mapping by Lt.Caine.
    - Additional (non stock) textures made by Lt.Caine.

    1,311 downloads

       (5 reviews)

    18 comments

      3.55 MB

    Updated

  18. ZTEP-102 Siren

    This is a sound modification which resembles a ZTEP Siren used by various police forces in the province of Quebec, Canada.

    NOTES
    - The ZTEP siren by Zone Technologie is used by several police forces in the province of Quebec, including the Montreal Police Service (SPVM).
    - This is a sound modification.
    - Replace HORNS.ivaud with one of those provided.
    - Sounds are clear and loop flawlessly.
    - Samples of all tones are provided in the download so you may listen to the tones before you install them.

    CREDITS
    - Original high-quality sounds recorded and provided by PoliceWag and MAG292.
    - Sounds looped and edited by Lt.Caine.

    1,073 downloads

       (12 reviews)

    13 comments

      2.49 MB

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