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RealFeel settings

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by Dave Wild, Oct 30, 2014.

  1. Dave Wild

    Dave Wild
    Premium Member

    When you use the keypad to change the FFB
    1) do those changes affect just the current car?
    2) change any value in the relfeel.ini
    3) do those changes last or are they only effective for that session

    Trying to get to grips with my G27 wheel and FFB

    Thanks

    Dave
     
  2. Maybe try disbling the realfeel to see if you get a better feel out of your weel. To disable it by editing the RealFeelPlugin.ini
    & change "RealFeelIsOn=True" to "RealFeelIsOn=False"
     
  3. 1) do those changes affect just the current car? - Yes,or any car of the same "Description" in their .veh file (it's only the first five letters of the "Description" that are taken into account)
    2) change any value in the relfeel.ini - Yes, pretty sure
    3) do those changes last - Yes,
     
  4. Lazarou

    Lazarou
    Premium Member

    I read somewhere on here that Reiza don't advise using the keypad method.
     
  5. Dave Wild

    Dave Wild
    Premium Member

    I was fairly sure the answer to 1) was Yes, and wasn't sure about 3), thanks for confirming Billy.
    I asked 2) because I thought it would change some value in the realfeel.ini but I can't see any change.
    Reading various posts on realfeel both here and other forums one suggestion was to do some laps and then have a look at the steering arm force in MoTec and use that max value for the MaxForceAtSteeringRack= value.
    I've done that, then gone out in the same car on the same track, increased FFB with CTRL+7, heard 'the voice' tell me the new value but when I look at realfeel.ini the MaxForceAtSteeringRack value hasn't changed:confused: