How can I stabilize a vehicle's roll during a jump using forces?

I’m making a driving simulation that needs to be as close as possible to physically correct while avoiding extreme slides and barrel rolls. I’m using Edy’s vehicle physics for this.

I’m pretty happy with where it’s at right now but I’m hitting a snag when going over jumps diagonally: the vehicle starts rolling around the z axis (as it should, physically speaking). I need to stabilize its roll while allowing its yaw move freely along the jump

I’ve tried correcting it using rotation, but it ends up being jerky because the car keeps rolling one way and then correcting.

Here’s what I had:

function Update () {
	//determine whether or not we're grounded
	var Hit : WheelHit;
	var grounded=false;
	for (var i=0; i<4; i++){
		var touch = wheels*.getWheelCollider().GetGroundHit(Hit);*
  •  if (touch) grounded = true;*
  • }*

  • var currentUp : Vector3 = transform.up;*

  • var gravityUp : Vector3 = stageGrav.GetNormal();*

  • var angle = AngleSigned(currentUp, gravityUp, Vector3.Cross(currentUp, gravityUp));*

  • //debug*
    _ Debug.DrawLine(transform.position, transform.position+currentUp3);_
    _ Debug.DrawLine(transform.position, transform.position+gravityUp
    _ Debug.DrawLine(transform.position, transform.position+transform.forward*5);_

  • if (grounded) return; //dont stabilize when grounded*

  • //we’re not grounded on any wheel, let’s stabilize roll:*

  • Debug.Log(transform.localEulerAngles);*

  • var angles : Vector3 = transform.localEulerAngles;*

  • //determine how far we are from pointing up relative to z and correct it*
    _ var drift : Vector3 = new Vector3(0,0,angle*Time.deltaTime);_

  • var newAngles :Vector3 = angles + drift;*

  • newAngles.z = newAngles.z % 360;*

  • transform.localEulerAngles = newAngles;*

function AngleSigned(v1:Vector3, v2:Vector3, n:Vector3):float {
return Mathf.Atan2(
Vector3.Dot(n, Vector3.Cross(v1, v2)),
Vector3.Dot(v1, v2)) * Mathf.Rad2Deg;
I’m thinking I need to cancel out the rolling force rather than messing with the vehicle’s rotation… does anyone know how I might achieve that?

I’ve thought about torque mid-question and didn’t think stopping and googling that instead. Turns out there was a very helpful thread around here.