OSW & Heusinkveld Automobilista game setup

Discussion in 'Automobilista' started by motoliser, Oct 25, 2018.

  1. motoliser

    motoliser

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    I've been banging my head for quite a while because I couldnt get a satisfactory FFB on Automobilista and almost gave up on this incredible simulator because whatever setup I found online, was just so off!
    Well today I took quite some time to tweak my settings and got what I feel now like a perfect FFB imo, so I decided to share with who might have similar Rig. (OSW Simucube Small MiGE Sincos encoder & Heusinkveld Pro pedals)

    VERY IMPORTANT
    Dont edit Controller.ini or ReelFeelPlugin file! They are both at game default settings.

    in game settings:

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    Simucube settings:
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    Heusinkveld DIview pedal settings:

    Clutch
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    Brake
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    Gas
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    Heusinkveld Brake pedal default rubber set:
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    Audio preferences:
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    All of this has given me a truly believable driving experience in the game!
    Hope it helps someone:)
     
    Last edited: Oct 25, 2018
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  2. alehop69

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    Nice... I´ll give it a try...

    Thanks for your post..!!! Really much appreciated..!!!
     
  3. MANashTTU

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    Gosh. Don't ever give up on that combination. AMS ffb on OSW is incredible .
     
  4. tlsmikey

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    Why is your minimum force at 50%? That seems really high. I was running around 20-40% with a T500. Using my accuforce i'm at 5%. Have you tried a bit lower?
     
  5. motoliser

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    Not sure why that is so high but I'll try a lower value and let you know. What I know was that I was feeling the wheel very lose at low-medium speed corners, and very heavy force on high speed sectors, but with that setup it's all gone and it feels just perfect!!!
     
  6. motoliser

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    I have lowered the minimum force value and it didn't make a huge difference but I still prefer to keep it on 50 because it gives me less uneven forces. It might be good to tweak the value with diferent cars. So far I drove most of the official cars with very pleasant FFB.
     
  7. RaceNut

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    Using that much min-force is effectively compressing the FFB effects into a smaller range. Have it your way by all means but, it just seems counter to getting the full dynamic benefit from a DD wheel.

    I suspect what you refer to as "less uneven" forces is the nature of having so much range to work with but, AMS and rF2 do work better with some tweaks to reduce the extreme effects when running stronger FFB settings.
     
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  8. Marc Collins

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    The better your wheel, the lower the minimum force setting should need to be. You can even run a Fanatec non-DD wheel on 0 or close to 0 (1% or 2% max).

    Better to turn overall force levels down than compress the forces with this setting--exactly as @RaceNut says.
     
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