In this guide i will explain how to fix the spongy couplings that appear in some route locos and stand alone locos
Finding your loco couplings bin.
Go to you railworks folder, assest folder and what ever route/loco that has the spongy couplings (i did the SD70 pack 1
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\RailWorks\Assets\RSC\SD70Pack01\RailVehicles\Couplings\Buckeye\Type-E
now drag the buckeye_type_e_coupling.bin to your desktop
Converting the bin file to xml file for editing
now go back to the main railworks folder and find serz.exe and drop the bin file in it and it will convert it in to xml file. now you edit the couplings file.
once you open the couplings file you want to find /SpringCoefficient and /Damping
now change the >750</SpringCoefficient to >15000< and >600</Damping to 12000 and save then use serz.exe to change the xml file to a bin file and drag it back to the loco file you got from.
now when you brake or start moving you couplings wont stretch or glitch in to one another causing a derailment.
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