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FEELS REAL G25 FFB for rFactor
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These settings have been painstakingly developed by myself to try and give you more realistic information coming through the steering wheel. (Couldn't have done this without Jul's awesome FFB guide, infinite thanks.) :-).
What I have done is change things so you get more information about the mass transfer of the vehicle as opposed to only getting information about the grip of the tires. Also the forces you feel from the tires are now being generated 100% by the front wheels. You can still feel what the rear tires are doing but the forces now come from the mass of the car acting on the steering rack instead of the grip of the tires.
There are additional effects in the rFactor FFB settings that are not present in GTL, GTR2 or EVO. Most of which seem to be of no benefit to us.
These extra settings took me a while longer to investigate but I am very happy with the FFB now.
Up until I made these settings I have been using RealFeel exclusively in rFactor, if a mod didnt work well with RealFeel I wouldnt bother with it.
With these settings most of the mods I dismissed now feel great!
These settings were made using the G25 so they will work best with that but I have no idea what it will feel like with other wheels.
If you havent read the read me, read it. There you will find settings for control panel and in game rotation.
I hope someone will benefit from having these settings. As I am not capable of modding or building tracks this is my way of giving a little back to the community.
****V1.1 No change to the file, now includes a readable readme!!
>Reintroduced negative Friction and Damper effects to smooth overall force and add weight to the steering because......
>Reduced FFB steer force output max significantly. Strength was too strong before in some situations and covered up the more detailed forces coming through the wheel.
>Lots of small changes.
>Feels more real than before :-)
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I advise you to make a new player profile to use these FFB settings. That way they wont interfere with RealFeel.
Put the Controller Configuration Settings file in
C:\Program Files\rFactor\UserData\*YOUR NEW PROFILE*
allow to overwrite.
Use these settings in the Control Panel
Overall strength = 101%
Spring and damper strength = 0%
Centre spring = 0%
Then, depending on your weapon of choice, use the settings below for wheel rotation and steering lock values.
Also in the vehicle upgrades tab look for something like FFB Settings or Power Steering. There will be extra settings for FFB but some mods dont have anything. Usually you will want either the default/standard or lightest setting available.
ASSIST LEVEL 3
F1 Classic V2.
.ASSIST LEVEL 3
F1 83 Brabham BT52.
F1 05/06 CTDP
F1 07 MMG
Team Players C6R
Mclaren F1 Challenge
BMW M1 PROCAR
Spirit of 76.
CSGT Le Mans 70.
RallyX Group B
It is also worth mentioning that I use very low "look to apex" values as this greatly effects the FFB feeling by giving a false sense of understeer. 5% is the highest I will use.
Please also read Julien Regnard's excellent FFB guide for more information about the subject.
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