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wheel tech help

Post by Scott-DPG » Tue Feb 26, 2013 11:54 pm

Hey guys,

So i think i have wheel setting issues.

Im after some advice to try and see what other suggest or may make reconendations.

I have a T500 RS

i can run up to 1030 degree of rotation, but generally settle for 900 on iRacing. rF1 is way different though and thats where i need help.

I guess a base using the BMW series we are running is a good starter.

so here are my settings so far
Digital Steering Rate 35%
Digital Clutch Rate[/b] 55%
Digital Brake Rate 10%
Digital Throttle Rate 10%
Speed Sensitivity 0%
Look Ahead 50%
Head Movement 0%
Exaggerate Yaw 0%

Controller 1

X 25%
RX 25%

Force Feedback

Feedback Type wheel
Feedback Effects 30%
Feedback Strength 30%
Jolt Forces 50%
Steering Force 133%
Steering Damper 34%
Steering Vibration 11%
Rumble Strip Pull 0%
Rumble Strip Bump 70%

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Re: wheel tech help

Post by BK » Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:33 pm

Have a look at this thread - http://www.kiwisimracing.net.nz/forum/v ... =4&t=17705

It deals with FFB using Realfeel and Leo Force Feedback.

I'm not sure if you are using these at the moment but it may help sort a few issues out.

Also I notice that you only have and X and RX settings. I have three - Brake, throttle and wheel. Does this mean you have the brake and throttle on one axis instead of sperates ones?

I think this is the way it works:
The controller1 setting are based on how it reads the input (applying brake, throttle etc). If it is set at 50% then the input is a constant line from 0 to 100%. If it is set to 25%, then the input will be slower for the first 25% for the input to 100%. What that means in game is the throttle or brake seems less responsive at the beginning. The opposite is true if the % is higher i.e. 75%. Then the response is quicker at the beginning.

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Re: wheel tech help

Post by Hugh » Wed Feb 27, 2013 2:15 pm

probably read through this thread scotty
for T500 RS
http://isiforums.net/f/showthread.php/2 ... be56554e05

Digital rates are for keyboards.

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