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FFB Vintage

Discussion in 'Automobilista' started by Paddler, Nov 9, 2016.

  1. Paddler

    Paddler

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    How come the FFB on my T500 is great on all the cars except on the Vintages? With all the cars the FFB ist tight and just great. With the Vintages it is rough and if on a curb it gives back a "Bang" feeling. Like wooden tires. I havent changes anything in realfeel.
     
  2. xnorb

    xnorb
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    Of course something could be wrong, but i expect the vintage to behave way rougher than any modern era car.
     
  3. Paddler

    Paddler

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    Since I have lowered the "smoothing" from 4 to 2 its better and more softer.

    --> and changed from 320Hz to the lower. With my T500 I have improved FFB with lower setting instead of 320. ??
     
    Last edited: Nov 10, 2016
  4. Marc Collins

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    Should be the opposite effect for both the Hz and smoothing. !?!?
     
  5. Paddler

    Paddler

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    I solved it!!!
    Today I deleted everything related to AMS and downloaded and reinstalled everything from scratch. The good thing: FFB ist now a whole lot better and finally I am able to drive the Vintage and its a great drive!
     
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