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F1 2016 Tarmac-FFB 2016-10-09

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F1 2016 by nature has a very weak 'Roadfeel' for wheels so here is a little mod on for Wheels to add more Tarmac-FFB. Primarly tested on Logitech DFGT but may also work on other wheels.

4 different files with various strength settings :

1. strong
2. stronger (the one available on the forum)
3. very strong
4. experemintal (more common surface-ffb with a few tweaks)

The FFB on the tarmac also depends on the track and track-surface, not every track-surface is bumpy.

Own personal settings ingame :

100 FFB-Strength
35 Environemnt FFB
85 Weight FFB

Logitech-Settings -> let the game decide -> Steering Sensitivy 50 (for 360° lock)

If curbs feel to heavy reduce the Environment FFB.

Copy the FFB.erp into :
\Steam\steamapps\common\F1 2016\asset_groups\ego_package\ffb

Have Fun, enjoy!
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JayJayRaceinho
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thanks for your work, i hope you do more findings regarding ffb to get a proper feel. i use a DFGT also.
Works Excellent!! Thank you very much ;)
Awesome! Was waiting for this type of mod! Bravo. Feels pretty good so far....still testing. Understeer effect is perfectly fine. I suggest turning aids off (medium TC will do if you MUST). :-)
Feels good but still no understeer effect, can you use the file or setting from the F1 2013 game as it's still the best. My wheel is GT3rs2
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JayJayRaceinho
...and will never have. not sure where it states it would. Head over to the discussion board and explain a 'understeer' effect. old files are not working.
feels pretty good. thanks
great improvement to FFB on my fanatec GTRSv2

would be even better if you can improve / increase the understeer effect when the from loses grip
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JayJayRaceinho
this one is just for the road-feel...but i am still doing some research for some other stuff...more intense brake-ffb, get rid of loosey deadzone on center and slip-angle ratios may also work.