Street Legal Racing Redline is a racing game developed by Invictus and published by Activision Value. The game was released for Windows in July 2003. A unique feature of the game is the detailed degree of customization of vehicles. The player can buy a completely new car at the dealership, a used car at a local store where they have already been adjusted or even summarized, or build the car from scratch with a chassis. Unlike a traditional street racing video game, when the player crashes his car, the consequences are very real and must manually replace each part destroyed in the accident. Dave Singh, the owner of streetlegalmods.com, has reached an agreement with Invictus Games, Ltd. stipulating that if the Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign reached a minimum of $150,000, development of SLRR`s sequel, Street Tuning Evolution, would officially begin as long as the game was playable and the community was allowed to add content. $500,000 was needed to make a complete game. The game takes place in Valo City (perhaps a pun on the word “speed”), a metropolis known for its vast underground world of illegal street racing. The plot of the game is to beat any club and meet the requirements to participate in the Race of Champions, a prestigious racing competition where you can win a bonus car.
Players have to drive other people on the road during the day to get prestige (respect) or money to customize the car. During the night, players can either participate in a drag race against another driver or watch the race. And also the newly added race tracks that allow the player to drive their own vehicles against AIs on a race track to win a prize. Info-engine 3353cc Inline 6 Single Turbo 2JZGTE 87mm Bore 94mm Stroke 17 0 1 Static Comp 12K RPM Redline 1031 HP @5000rpm 1174NM @4750rpm Thousands of mods have been created for this game, including vehicles, parts for these vehicles, tracks (some mods only work on version 2.2.1 MWM), sounds, menu interfaces and textures. Since some versions of the game are very unstable, it is very likely that it will crash if too many mods are installed, mainly on versions 2.2.1 and 2.3.0. Despite the failure, another person, Bartosz “Wichur” Bieszka, plans to make a sequel to this game under the title “Car Tune”. ImageCode LLC. has taken over the development of Street Tuning Evolution, meaning the game is still very much alive, and will continue the progress of Invictus Games, Ltd. This car supports the Baiern 2.5 engine, the Baiern 3.6 engine of its big brother and the two Emer Nonus engines, GT and GT2.
On May 7, 2016, the game was re-released on Steam by ImageCode LLC.  After a bad start with the Kickstarter and due to high demand for a PayPal option, Invictus Games, Ltd. and Dave Singh decided to move the campaign to Indiegogo to solve the many problems and also to extend the deadline. Supporters could then use PayPal to make a promise. The campaign would only have been funded if it had reached $150,000. The IndieGogo campaign got off to a much better start than the Kickstarter campaign, which launched just over 40 days after it launched on September 18. In December 2014, she raised $24,000. The IndieGogo campaign raised nearly $10,000 just one day after its launch. Unfortunately, the campaign failed, reaching just over $30,000. 3.4L BC Racing Kit with New Block, Crank, Crankshaft Bridge, Piston Rods and PistonNew Head Hook Valves with HKS CamsNew Injectors Supplied with New Head Hooks Artrd Custom Headgear CrankNew Plenum with New HKS Intercooler Accelerator BodyGREDDY Turbo EXH Collector Operates at 36 psi at Full GainNew Fuel RailGreddy DriveBeltArc Cooler with New Engine LinesHKs Oil Filter Oil cooler6-speed transmission cooler 2JZGT transmissionNew flywheel Clutchcusco LSD Thanks to public funds, the game was given the green light and was finally re-released on Steam on May 7, 2016.
The Steam version was very unstable at first launch, but is gradually improving. Its textures and interfaces make it more contemporary, and its career is changed for a bigger challenge. On September 9, 2014, Invictus announced via its Facebook page that the Street Legal franchise, as well as all other games that Invictus had developed using this game engine, were now abandonware and that the engine was on sale with all artistic assets.  Be careful when building a powerful engine on this car. If you do, you should also upgrade the chassis to something heavier than the original suspension, as this chassis seems to handle a lot of power pretty badly. For example, the Emer Nonus GT2 engine can propel this car to ~850 hp and move it directly from class D to class A. A symptom of overloaded suspension is the sudden turn left or right at higher speeds. There are currently three patches available for the game: 2.2.1 MWM (by Miran & Wichur), 2.3.0 Live Edition (by Raxat) and SLRR2015 (by Bigg Boss93, available on VStanced.com).
The latest version (2.3.1) was released on Steam and is gradually being improved by Russian game developer ImageCode in collaboration with Raxat.