Cheated Cars

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This term refers to any modified version of the Stunts' set of original cars, created by hex-editing CAR*.RES files (either directly or through the [[Car_Blaster|Car Blaster]] tool) and, optionally, swapping or mixing the car graphics files (see [[Car_files|car files explanations]]).
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Although some cheated cars have much better performance than any of the original cars, such as the Lada Niva Comeback, others were developed as vehicles with reasonably realistic characteristics, the most proeminent example being the [[Melange XGT-88]].
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== Examples of cheated cars ==
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For [[BroderBund 1.1]] version :
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* [[Melange XGT-88]]
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* [[Speedgate XSD]]
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* [[Coconut Car Coronet Pulsar STi-R]]
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* [[LWT-ZR1 GTC Mark I]]
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* [[LWT-ZR1 GTC Mark II]]
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* [[Skoda Felicia Kompressor]]
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* [[Honda NSX]]
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* [[Coconut Car GTR 7.5 GT IMSA]]
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* [[Porsche 911 Turbo]]
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* [[Wooden WireFire]]
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* [[The Ditsch Car]]
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* [[Lada Niva Comeback]]
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* [[Knight Rider]]
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For [[BroderBund 1.0]] version :
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* [[4D Contest Car]]
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* [[Hummer Charger]]
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* [[Lamborghini Pro]]
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* [[Lancia Speed]]
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* [[Porsche Supra]]
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* [[Super Corvette]]
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* [[The Phantom]]
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* [[Warrior Car]]
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[[Category:Driving]]
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