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Calling all TX owners

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by jimortality, Apr 14, 2016.

  1. jimortality

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    I've checked here and over at sector 3 but there doesn't seem to be many ffb settings about since the latest big update. Would you mind sticking your up to date ffb and control panel settings in here please. Cheers
     
  2. Bram

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    What do you like to change?
     
  3. jimortality

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    Well I'm having issues in corners with the steering is too heavy. I don't understand the difference between force feedback intensity and steering force intensity. I'm a bit confused about min ffb settings and vertical and lateral. Some people with T300 are having spring and damper on 100 in control panel and I'm not sure whether to leave steering rack on 100 default. That's about it lol
     
  4. psynusoid

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    I'm running with my posted settings and changing individual cars ffb multiplier if they feel too heavy.
    The GT3 cars and WTCC seem fine to me but the silhoeutte series are stupidly heavy.
    Have you checked out the descriptions in the sector 3 faq?

    I must admit that its all a bit voodoo to get it feeling just peachy but when you do...
     
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  5. jimortality

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    Thanks Simon, it was actually your settings I'm having issues with. I'm clipping going through corners and I'm not sure if having spring and damper are supposed to be used. I read somewhere that they are canned effects that's why most people just use the top two settings only in control panel. I'll have a look at the sector 3 link thanks for that.
     
  6. psynusoid

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    The only reall difference on the ffb settings I have in the thrustmaster panel is I've turned down the overall force to 65 from 75.
    They seem to have overhauled the FAQ and now the FFB stuff is here!

    FFBI is overall strength
    SFI is forces generated from cornering
     
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  7. jimortality

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    Thanks for your replies :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
  8. William Wester

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    I started with a new profile for my TX and didn't have to change anything from the default other than overall strength (salt to taste), feels good to me!
     
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  9. Kurupt CDN

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    Yes if you create a new profile all the defaults are completely different from the old pre sets and are a good base to start with.....all I've done is turned the lateral up to 50% and lowered the slip angle down to 35%
     
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