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RFactor 2 DD servo wheel

Discussion in 'rFactor 2' started by Stelios, Apr 7, 2015.

  1. Stelios


    Hello people, been a while since i tried Rfactor 2.

    Back then i owned a G25 but now i have my DIY Servo wheel, tried the game but i cant seem to get any good results.
    Maybe someone who owned a servo wheel can share his .json file?

  2. Bez

    All the gear, no idea...

    i tried the new release yesterday on a fresh install of both windows and rf2 and for the first time I was left underwhelmed by the ffb, has something drastically changed in the last build as the forces seemed very weak and lacking in any road feel, I'm using a t500rs and in the past have considered rf2 ffb to be no.1.
    It's not my wheel drivers or control panel settings as all other games feel the same, but on ffb 1.00 in rf2 I could barely feel the Nisan 370?
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  3. Dennis

    RedShift Racing Staff

    Don't have an OpenSimWheel (yet :D) but here are some values from virtualracing.org (German website):

    MMosForceFeedback (0.99)
    All Effects -> Effect Filter 10
    Effect Filter -> all off
    Custom effects -> off

    rFactor controller.json (rFactor2>UserData>player)
    "Steering effects strength": -1000
    "Steering torque capability": 30 (Nm; use value of your motor)

    In game:
    ffb smoothing -> 0

    And then adjust the multiplier to your liking e.g.:
    corvette z06: 0.75
    camaro gt3: 0.73
    clio: 0.75
    honda nsx: 1
    egt mod: 0.75
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  4. Frederic Schornstein

    Frederic Schornstein
    TXL Racing Premium

    I need to get my hands on such a thing. Never have driven a servo, but everybody talks about it :D You always want more^^
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  5. Stelios


    Thank you Dennis!

    Will give them a try and let you know.
    My motor is 25nm so 0.75 force would be huge (good for pro teams tho)

    Can you link me to that message board ??
    I can't speak German and i was hoping you can directly link me to that thread :)
    Thanks again

    Edit: nm, your link is the actual thread :D
    Last edited: Apr 7, 2015
  6. Stelios


    @Dennis , this is how the driver is translated in English, maybe you could do a better translation because i cant find the exact words you are using... just to make sure :D
  7. Dennis

    RedShift Racing Staff

    Ok will do my best :)

    First off, you need to set the desired steering angle in MMos and in addition set it to car-specific in-game.

    Then you set all effect filters (damping, friction, intertia) and user effect to off, which you have already done.

    And finally set Force settings -> Overall filter to 10 (in the German version it's called "Alle Effekte -> Effekt Filter" which has a different meaning and thus my first translation didn't make sense for you :D
  8. Stelios


    Thank you :)
  9. Frederic Schornstein

    Frederic Schornstein
    TXL Racing Premium

    Did it help? :)
  10. Stelios


    Yep much better now.
  11. Tero Dahlberg

    Tero Dahlberg
    Ajira/Revolution Racing friendship teams Premium

  12. Stelios


    Well yeah, only issue i have is every time i dare step on the kerbs something flies off my rig :D
  13. Frederic Schornstein

    Frederic Schornstein
    TXL Racing Premium

    I think there is something like an offroad multiplier or something in the json, which reduces the effects on grass and maybe on the kerbs :D
  14. Galin Dimov

    Galin Dimov

    Didn't help...I am having the same problem with my T500 and over curbs is just not right.
  15. Daniel Almeida

    Daniel Almeida
    Ajira Racing

    I can post my settings tonight when I'm back at home. But that's for the OSW with Lenze servo, so if you're using something else, your mileage may vary...
  16. Daniel Almeida

    Daniel Almeida
    Ajira Racing

    Here are the files:

    - rF2.drc: Settings file for the Lenze servo (don't use that with another servo than then Lenze!). If you have a MiGE, just go to Granity and use a TBW frequency of around 150Hz
    - OSW_DD.JSON: It's the controller file
    - A screenshot of my Mmos Tool settings

    The file in the attachment is a zip file, but renamed to txt, otherwise the forum wouldn't take it. Just remove the txt ending and extract the contents of the zip.

    Attached Files: