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Gussy: Wont make enduro tonight. Have fun People!!
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RudzAUS777: Great race last night, thank you ! Well done Bert, Kelv and SS
Bert: Great racing thx guys. Love enduros:)
Bert: Loving the new enduro pack, don’t think simx knows what to do with the new ffb for the GTE’s and LMP2 cars. I had shit coming off all around me even messed up the steering usb convertor. The GT3 pack is awesome too. VR detail wow
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SmellySkidmark: Aussie Legends server now has @ Zanvoort ...
Bert: And Mugello please, seems like it is the only thing I can practice for.
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Bert: Whaaaaat 20% chance of rain?
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Bert: Hahaha Putnam Park says 20%rain
Bert: All good, Nib has it covered with working wipers
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Obbzy: Found a 'Game Booster' mode on my Anti virus. Went on the Enduro server and it seemed ok?
Might have to get on when there are a few about & test to see if the connection holds... :)
SmellySkidmark: Good, I hope it's fixed m8
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G25 Tweeks

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8 years 3 months ago #1 by Nibiru
Nibiru created the topic: G25 Tweeks
There's a line in the force feedback settings that unfortunately causes a slight dead zone when the wheel is perfectly centered. This "gap" was driving me nuts so I figured out a way to get rid of it. Just follow these steps...

- Open the following folder: Program Files>rFactor>UserData>*your profile*

- Then open the Controller.ini file with Notepad

- Search for the following line by pressing Crtl-F: FFB steer force neutral range

- Change the value from 0.04500 to 0.00000

So you can almost make your old G25 be like a G27.

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8 years 3 months ago #2 by Nibiru
Nibiru replied the topic: Re:G25 Tweeks
For those interested who have a G25 here are screenshots of my Profiler settings and rFactor rates.

Profiler settings


Rates

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8 years 1 month ago #3 by Curly
Curly replied the topic: Re:G25 Tweeks
thank you

I will give that a try. I just purchased a G25 and I wished I had purchased one sooner. It beats the hand controller my miles. :lol:

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8 years 3 weeks ago #4 by XFR Punisher
XFR Punisher replied the topic: Re:G25 Tweeks
I setup my V8 Supercar install the same as Nibs example and I must admit it was a little off putting at first. The steering is very light, and I did increase the center spring to 30% just to feel a little weight.

But it does allow you to turn in and out a lot quicker, and correct over steer easier.

I think its far from realistic but then, i guess so is driving a car in your loungeroom.

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7 years 11 months ago #5 by RyanNZ
RyanNZ replied the topic: Re:G25 Tweeks
what about the force feedback??

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7 years 11 months ago - 7 years 11 months ago #6 by Nibiru
Nibiru replied the topic: Re:G25 Tweeks
-100 or 100 depends on the mod
Last Edit: 7 years 11 months ago by Nibiru.

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7 years 8 months ago #7 by LordOfTheRims
LordOfTheRims replied the topic: Re:G25 Tweeks
Finally got 'round to fixing the dead-zone, thanks Nib. Its much more direct now and I'll have to get used to it. I should be able to use a lower setting in the steering-lock garage settings.

I noticed the "Rates" settings(above) include digital rates. They only apply to digital controllers, not analogue steering-wheels, you need to go into "Controller 1" to adjust analogue steering settings.(IMHO)

"You win some, you lose some and you wreck some."

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7 years 6 months ago #8 by D!2T
D!2T replied the topic: Re:G25 Tweeks
Great g25 wheel tweaks here nib thankyou.. after owning mine for close to 3 years now, it finally feels like it should of in the first place. :lol:

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