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Where can I find a GSC version of rF2 pedal & ffb overlay plugin?

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by Marco Versele, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. Marco Versele

    Marco Versele
    Hhmmm, yes ...

    Does any of you know if there is a version for GSC of the rFactor 2 pedal & ffb overlay plugin?
    This plugin visualizes your pedal positions, and - more important - if your ffb settings are OK (clipping or not, to weak, ...)
    The rF2 version doesn't work in GSC, and I couldn't find any rF1 version either.
    Or is there any other comparable plugin available?

  2. Nox

    Staff Premium

    I'd second that request, I didn't find one when I looked a while back. rfdynhud has the throttle and brake (and I think clutch) input, but not FFB clipping which would be useful.
  3. i'd third the interest in a ffb clipping analysis plugin as well.
  4. TeSL9

    Pessimistic (rarely flying) Finn :) Premium

    I've been searching one here too :)
  5. Pete Bone

    Pete Bone

    Im an idiot.
    Last edited: Apr 19, 2014
  6. This is badly needed indeed :D
  7. Marco Versele

    Marco Versele
    Hhmmm, yes ...

    I know
    • Haha Haha x 2
  8. Does any body know if its possible to monitor the analog FFB signal to the wheel with an oscilliscope? (at the connector to the wheel or somewhere inside the wheel on a circuit board). I asked Thrustmaster where I could probe this signal. This would show clipping or not directly.
    Thrustmaster says CONFIDENTIAL.
    "We cannot provide you with any details regarding the testing of the FFB inputs sent and received by the wheel. This information refers to one of the products developed by our R&D department and we cannot disclose any details."
    Last edited: Apr 22, 2014
  9. Hi rickmalm, at this site (http://www.xsimulator.net) I see a lot of threads where people use oscilloscopes to meter their wheels, so I would guess that the answer is "yes", it is possible to use an oscilloscope, the trick is to find "what pin does what". Trial and error?
  10. Ok, will look around for "the pin info" Thanks Fernando,