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How to setup G25 for RACE?

Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by Bram, Apr 5, 2007.

  1. Bram

    Bram
    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Premium Member

    Just curious which settings other G25 owners use for this game.

    I am curious about a lot of things and maybe you are so kind to share some information with us about the settings:

    PROFILER

    - Combined pedals (default: ticked)
    - Degrees of rotation (default: 200)
    - Forcefeedback enable (default: ticked) (all damper/spring settings default: 100)
    - Centeringspring (default: unticked) (springforce: 100)

    IN GAME

    Settings

    - Steering sensitivity (default: 50)
    - Throttle sensitivity (default: 50)
    - Brake sensitivity (default: 50)
    - Clutch sensitivity (default: 50)

    - Steering dead zone (default: 0)
    - Throttle dead zone (default: 0)
    - Brake dead zone (default: 0)

    - Speed sensitive steering (default: 10)
    - Hold button for gear (default: off)

    Feedback

    - Force feedback effects (default: low)
    - Force feedback strength (default: 99)
    - Reverse effects (default: on)

    Thanks for the help guys
     
  2. put in some deadzones, otherwise your brake will be countinuously in effect a bit. Steerin i had on 2%, acceleration and brake on 5%.

    Yeah, and speed sensitivity steering to 0 also :)
     
  3. Bram

    Bram
    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Premium Member

    I am really curious who others have setup the things in the profiler section
     
  4. So I'm no pro or anything, but I been using my g25 for a year and a half now. I found in profiler a lot of games don't require spring and damper effects. But it depends on the game, ffb is better in some than in others I have found. Now for my setups in degrees of rotation, which will save u lots of time :clap:

    GT R: 237° rotation
    Formula 1: not sure but I think its 200°
    Rally Car(shift paddles): 450°
     
  5. PROFILER
    - Combined pedals (un-ticked)
    - Degrees of rotation (default: 350)
    - Forcefeedback enable (default: ticked) (all damper/spring settings default: 50)
    - Centeringspring (ticked) (springforce: 50)
    IN GAME
    Settings
    - Steering sensitivity (75)
    - Throttle sensitivity (25)
    - Brake sensitivity (65)
    - Clutch sensitivity (100)
    - Steering dead zone (0)
    - Throttle dead zone (0)
    - Brake dead zone (0)
    - Speed sensitive steering (0)
    - Hold button for gear (off)
    Feedback
    - Force feedback effects (High)
    - Force feedback strength (75)
    - Reverse effects (on)
     
  6. i use these settings as i found a setting on SRT

    Combined pedals (default: unticked)
    - Degrees of rotation (default: 200)
    - Forcefeedback enable (ticked) (100)
    - Centeringspring (default: ticked) (springforce: 0)

    IN GAME

    Settings

    - Steering sensitivity (63)
    - Throttle sensitivity (default: 50)
    - Brake sensitivity (default: 50)
    - Clutch sensitivity (default: 50)

    - Steering dead zone (1)
    - Throttle dead zone (2)
    - Brake dead zone (2)

    - Speed sensitive steering (off)
    - Hold button for gear ( on) this gives g25 gearstick a neutral when not in gear

    Feedback

    - Force feedback effects ( High)
    - Force feedback strength (default: 99)
    - Reverse effects (default: on)

    improved not really my timings but did improve my tyre burning racestyle :D never get worn tyre warning anymore
    But it takes some time to get used to
     
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  8. Bram

    Bram
    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Premium Member

    Just wanted to say that my settings are no longer uptodate, since an ancient thread has been kicked up :thumb:
     
  9. Dave Stephenson

    Dave Stephenson
    Technical Administrator Staff Premium Member

    Im going to try roys I think, Im having trouble getting it to feel nice and stiff in evo like it is in nkp but still provide enough actual info through it.
     
  10. Any luck dave?
     
  11. Dave Stephenson

    Dave Stephenson
    Technical Administrator Staff Premium Member

    cant try now, the old girl is in bed. I'll let you know tommorrow.
     
  12. Im using all default settings! Seem to work great:)
     
  13. Here are my settings

    PROFILER

    - Combined pedals (No)
    - Degrees of rotation (default: 360)
    - Forcefeedback enable (default: ticked) (all damper/spring settings default: 100)
    - Centeringspring (ticked) (springforce: 0)

    IN GAME

    Settings

    - Steering sensitivity (default: 50)
    - Throttle sensitivity (default: 50)
    - Brake sensitivity (default: 50)
    - Clutch sensitivity (default: 50)

    - Steering dead zone (default: 0)
    - Throttle dead zone (default: 0)
    - Brake dead zone (default: 0)

    - Speed sensitive steering (0)
    - Hold button for gear (default: on)

    Feedback

    - Force feedback effects (default: low)
    - Force feedback strength (default: 99)
    - Reverse effects (default: on)
     
  14. its always good to see old post blown to life again. and this gives some other races some things to try :dance2:

    the more info the better
     
  15. Bram

    Bram
    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Premium Member

    Yeah but those settings suck :) Biggest change i made over the years is to say bye bye to 200 degrees of rotation of the wheel. Currently at 450 degrees and feels so much better, especially with RWD. I can now really feel a slide coming and catch grip in time again. Also speedsensitive steering is now set to "0" instead of the default values. All other values remain default if i recall correctly
     

  16. Is this true???
     
  17. Dave Stephenson

    Dave Stephenson
    Technical Administrator Staff Premium Member

    I haven't got any set atm and telemtry reads zero. As controllers get older its not uncommon to need to add a couple of percent.
     
  18. i think not with the g25 , the g25 seems to have its own phisical kinda deadzone.
     
  19. Did anyone find a way to feel a tyre lock-up with the G25 ? I tried to mess up with the controller file (the one specific to G25, particularly the "brake" parameters) and I have no success so far. In Rfactor, I can feel the G25 becoming very light when one of my tyre locks, but I am not able to reproduce this effect with GTR.
    So atm, the only way to know my tires are stopped and sliding is with the smoke in the mirror... not very efficient. :/
     
  20. Hi Luc,

    I've spend so time in editing (wach out the FFB_GUIDE.zip in my attachment) the control file for GTR-Evo to get a feeling for under/oversteer.

    Place the customFFB.rcs in the attached zip-File in your Controlset-Folder
    "path_to_steam\STEAM\steamapps\your_username_\race 07\UserData\ControlSet\"

    Check the settings for your g25 in the gamecontroller-menu. Choose the config file in the control-menu of GTR-Evo ->"Custom FFB G25" and adjust the FFb settings. Change the button association if you need to. Adjust the steering lock to ~30° in your car setup, if you use the full rotation of 900° with your g25.

    I play Evo @60fps Vsync locked, if your fps are far from that search for D-section in the FFB-Guide.



    Give me a feedback. :laugh2:
     

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