It seems stressed can take the place of Nailwood's CarBlaster. However, there are a lot of things to do with this function. Suggestions:
- the hexeditor part for car???.res should be bookmarked (which byte belongs to torque curve, weight, steering wheel dot position, whatever)
- HEX-DEC switching option
- automatic calculations from car parameters: performance curve in HP, acceleration curve, flat track top speed (for each gears), brake power value in m/s2
If you also integrate a track editor, it will be far the greatest additional program ever created for Stunts (it already is, although - being an old-fashioned guy - I prefer the DOS design of Nailwood softwares).
Serious advantage: stressed can handle all the RES files - even if there's "only" .VSH and .3SH coupled to that (CB can't open them without .pvs and .p3s).