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65 Corvette @ Watkins Glen - Thu 5th January 2012

Discussion in 'GT Legends' started by Stuart Thomson, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. Stuart Thomson

    Stuart Thomson
    The Stoat Without Fear ™ Premium Member

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    Server name: RACEDEPARTMENT.COM GTL
    Class: Chevrolet Corvette 65
    Track: Watkins Glen Nascar / Watkins Glen Long (download)

    Practice start time: GMT 20.00
    Qualification start time: GMT 20.20 (single lap)
    Race start time: GMT 20.30 (15 laps)
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    Practice start time: GMT 21.00
    Qualification start time: GMT 21.20 (single lap)
    Race start time: GMT 21.30 (15 laps)

    Note1: Default skins only.
    Note2: We will no longer be adding people as "maybe" or "possibles" - you sign up, you show up.

    Server password & Racing Rules: click here
     
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  2. Stuart Thomson

    Stuart Thomson
    The Stoat Without Fear ™ Premium Member

    Entry List
    1. Stuart Thomson
    2. Alexander Knoll
    3. Knut Omdal Tveito
    4. Peter Van Zanten
    5. Senad Subasic
    6. Ian Strom
    7. Jack Smith
    8. Roland Warmenhoven
    9. Nils Norberg
    10. Driver
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    13. Driver
    14. Driver
    15. Driver
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  3. Stuart Thomson

    Stuart Thomson
    The Stoat Without Fear ™ Premium Member

    Server's up
     
  4. Alexander Knoll

    Alexander Knoll
    NEVER GIVE UP!!

    OMG......."The Boat"...^^
    ....ok Knut...i give him a go...but realy...i say sorry to all i hit....:D
    ...this "Boat" is a pain for me....
    ...i'm in...
     
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  5. Knut Omdal Tveito

    Knut Omdal Tveito
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    Sign me up please
     
  6. Stuart Thomson

    Stuart Thomson
    The Stoat Without Fear ™ Premium Member

    It may be a boat, but the Glen is not too demanding with regard to nimble handling, plus it's quite wide.

    We'll be OK
     
  7. :p Sign me up please
     
  8. Don't like these types of cars, but will be there.

    Ian should have a blast though :p
     
  9. Stuart Thomson

    Stuart Thomson
    The Stoat Without Fear ™ Premium Member

    All look in here for GTL setups: here

    The threads are based on "Class - Model" so you look for the GTC65 - Corvette65 setups thread : here
     
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  10. I actually quite dislike the 65 vette, but I am going to go out on a limb and sign up.
     
  11. Jack Smith

    Jack Smith
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    Sign me up please.
     
  12. Put me down as a possible maybe please.
     
  13. Note2: We will no longer be adding people as "maybe" or "possibles" - you sign up, you show up.
     
  14. Knut Omdal Tveito

    Knut Omdal Tveito
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  15. Alexander Knoll

    Alexander Knoll
    NEVER GIVE UP!!

    THX Knut!
     
  16. Roland

    Roland
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    Oh boy..., now Alexander will certainly kick my butt this time:D .

    Nevermind, sign me up please!
     
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  17. Knut Omdal Tveito

    Knut Omdal Tveito
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    Forgot to mention one thing though about the FFB strength settings. If you set the strength too high you will loose a lot of detail in the feedback because the sim is asking for more torque than your steering wheel can provide.

    For instance if you have a steering arm force like this when going through a corner:
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    If you set the strength too high you will reach the limit of your steering wheel (black line in picture below) very early and after that the force will be constant and equal to the limit of your wheel. Thus you will not be able to detect the variation of the feedback force that is actually occuring:​
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    Now if you decrease the strength setting you will not reach the limit and you will get all the feedback through the wheel:​
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    To find a good setting, I usually run some tests on a bumpy circuit with different settings from 50-100% until I find a setting that is both strong enough and detailed enough.
     
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  18. Alexander Knoll

    Alexander Knoll
    NEVER GIVE UP!!

    Knut you are awesome! Verry THX!
    ...oh...i use the setup from post#3...with Effects Level="2"...that was the best feeling for me...atm...
    "Roland you need a pillow on your ass" :p:D
     
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  19. Sign me up:)
     
  20. Stuart Thomson

    Stuart Thomson
    The Stoat Without Fear ™ Premium Member

    I still use Warren's settings to this day too - they are the settings I posted for Magnus in his "help" thread the other day - and I use 75% effect strength by default, so we're pretty close. :D

    Warren is The Man.
     
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