Mr. C - setups, tips and video's

Should I save pictures of setup also or just svm file?

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Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

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Mr.C avid sim-racer and this is my passion!

"A hobby is “a pursuit outside one's regular occupation engaged in especially for relaxation.” Passions, on the other hand, are not relaxing. ... We think of a passion as something we love, an overwhelming feeling of devotion and obsession. "

Disclaimer - a statement that denies something, especially responsibility.

For sure you will find a faster lap time now or in the future and this setup if there is one might not suit your driving style, but you can still get reference points for braking, cornering, speed and the few tips that I provide for each car/track combo.

When you do a hot lap in any leaderboard it’s easy to follow a ghost but when you go back solo on track the reference points are gone(at least in my case) because I am focusing in beating the ghost not where are the reference points, so watching a video in my personal experience defines better in my memory said reference points.

Yes, take this video and setup with a grain of salt, but few fast people (I'd like to consider myself decently fast, especially in fwd) share knowledge publicly, so here I am :)).

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My Setup: Asus Zephyrus
PC: Processor - Intel Core I7-7700K 2.80GHz
RAM - 16G DDR3
Video card - Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080MaxQ 11G DDR5
Storage - 1 x SSD
Monitor - Sangyo GN32Q
(yes I downgraded a lot)

SimGear home: Wheel - Logitech G27
Pedals - Logitech G27
Headset - none

SimGear truck: no setup, yet

RaceRoom Settings:

Steering rotation and lock (I, still stand by this!)
- GTR3, DTM13/14/15, Aquila CR1, Group5 - 540Degrees wheel + game / 16-20 lock car setup
- WTCC 13/14/15, NSU, Audi TT, Silhouette, 540Degress wheel + game / 12 - 18 lock car setup
OR
- some "aliens" use for WTCC13/14/15, Nsu, etc. , <250Degrees wheel+game/10-16 car setup
Wheel settings:
ongoing work

RaceRoom force feedback settings:
General Force feedback settings:
Force feedback intensity - 100%
Smoothing - 15%
Force feedback spring - 0%
Force feedback damper - 0%
Steering force settings:
Force feedback Minimum force - 10%
Understeer - 60%
Vertical Load - 60%
Lateral Force - 75%
Steering Rack - 100%
Force feedback effect settings:
Slip effect - 45%
Engine vibrations - 0%
Kerb vibrations - 30%
Shift effect - 0
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Ady Knotts

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Hi Mr C,
I tried to download a few of your .svm files but the links on your youtube channel and another place you posted don't work. Can you help and re-post the DTM and GTR 3 files you're willing to share.
Loving your work with the Force feedback settings too......
Thanks
 

Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

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Hi Mr C,
I tried to download a few of your .svm files but the links on your youtube channel and another place you posted don't work. Can you help and re-post the DTM and GTR 3 files you're willing to share.
Loving your work with the Force feedback settings too......
Thanks
Hello, any setup before December 2019 are not good anymore, sorry for the situation.
Doubt it will be good but give it a try
 

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Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

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GT4 Lotus Evora - Nurburgring GP


Track tips :
1. very loose on off throthle entry so as soon as braking is over go back on the gas just a tad!
2. brake a lot later than BMW if you follow a ghost of a BMW;
3. balls of English man - not saggy I mean, Peaky Blinders balls!
 

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