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Misc RealFeel for rFactor1 100811

realfeel, leo FFB,

  1. Rupe Wilson

    Rupe Wilson
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    Rupe Wilson submitted a new resource:

    RealFeel for rFactor1 - realfeel, leo FFB,

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  2. Rob Every

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    This is utterly hideous, I must be doing something wrong

    I put slider on _100 and as soon as I click start the wheel just vibrates like hell in the pitbox, WTF is going on. I turned everything down and it still doens it!
     
  3. Rupe Wilson

    Rupe Wilson
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    if your talking about ffb strength in game,
    i use a t500 and don't usually go above 65%
    all depends on how hard you like your ffb, on 65% its still quite strong on med effects.. i don't like full effects.

    there are some mod cars out there that do vibrate the wheel way to much. i tend not to use them rather than spending hours trying to fix something beyond my control...
     
  4. Denis Betty

    Denis Betty
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    I've had this, can't remember what caused it. It's a bit like when the min force value is set too high in rF2.
    100% FFB strength is too much for most people.
    Also, try using Rctrl+7 or 9 on numpad (whilst on track) to tune the FFB feel.