1. The date for the next RaceRoom update is set to 11th August 2020

Controller Profiles

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Sector3, Apr 15, 2015.

  1. Sector3

    Sector3 Official Information Developer

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    I deleted the old thread, so there won´t be any confusion regarding outdated profiles.
    This shall be the go-to thread for the foreseeable future.

    Please share your new Controller Profiles (after 31-03-2015 Patch) in here.
    Please include driver settings, if they are not set to default.

    NOTE that due to the BETA Nature of our software, new developments in the controller/FFB code might happen from time to time, that will require you to start fresh.

    Please keep this thread organized. Use other existing threads for potential discussions. Thanks!
     
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  2. Andy Kettler

    Andy Kettler Well-Known Member Beta tester

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    Update April 2017

    Fanatec CSR Wheel

    Wheel settings: SEn=OFF | FF=100 | Sho=000 | dri =3 | ABS =000 | Lin =000 | dEA =000 | SPr =off | DPr =off | ACL =off

    Changed in the rcs file: FFB steer force rear grip exponent="0.0"

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  3. Christian G

    Christian G Topological Agitator Beta tester

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    Logitech Rumblepad 2

    Steering Lock usually set to 18.
    Deadzones at 2%.
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  4. Campacci

    Campacci Member

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    Any setup to Xbox One pad?
     
  5. Ernie

    Ernie Well-Known Member

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    Fanatec CSW v2

    Wheel-Settings:
    SEn:OFF | FF:100 | SHo:OFF | AbS:OFF | LIn:OFF | dEA:OFF | drI:003 | For:100 | SPr:OFF | dPr:OFF

    Driver settings:
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    FFB settings R3E: (Update 2015-11-09)
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  6. F_FLETCHER

    F_FLETCHER Active Member

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    Hello Racer ;)

    any setup to Driving Force GT Wheel???
     
  7. Moritz Löhner

    Moritz Löhner Well-Known Member

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    Logitech G27

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  8. SwaggerJacker

    SwaggerJacker Well-Known Member

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    Tried your Profile. Posted a 1.25.5 at Salzburgring (WTCC). That's a second off my previous best. Thank you.

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  9. Christian G

    Christian G Topological Agitator Beta tester

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    You can try my gamepad settings, but be aware that those are rather sensitive (due to high steering lock). PM me for any particular questions and I'll share what I know, just don't wanna mess up this thread.
     
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  10. hechi

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  11. Jona777

    Jona777 Well-Known Member

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    T300 RS Settings:

    - Driver (top to bottom)
    General Force 65%
    Constant 100% - Returning 100%
    Spring: 0% - Damping: 0%

    Selfcentrating: - by the game

    Wheel rotation 340°

    - R3E Settings:

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    Hope it's useful..
     
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  12. theravenousbeast

    theravenousbeast Well-Known Member

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    This is for a beat up old Driving Force Pro. Fairly soft feel.

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  13. Patrick G.

    Patrick G. New Member

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    Fanatec CSW V2

    Wheel-Settings:
    SEn:540 | FF:100 | SHo:OFF | AbS:OFF | Lin:OFF | dEA:OFF | drI:003 (important!) | For:110 | SPr:OFF | dPr:OFF

    In Game Settings:
    My prefered wheel lock for each Car is around 23 (+/-2)

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  14. GG6617

    GG6617 New Member

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    Is really difficult to find a satisfactory setting for my G25, sincerely from this sim I expected much more from the FFB, however all information transmitted is confusing and not give the feeling to really feel what makes your car. I sincerely hope that in the coming months R3E works very FFB and allows us to fully enjoy this great game. I want to clarify that I have spent so much on cars and tracks but I'm not using them very little.
    I hope you understand what I mean, I used a translator to write this because I do not know English. Thank you all, thanks to R3E.
     
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  15. D.Boon

    D.Boon Well-Known Member

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    In the your logitech profiler, make sure the centering spring is turned off, then in game, make sure it the centering spring is at 0 too. Also, make sure the FFB intensity is no higher than 115% or from my experience (admittedly on a G27) you'll start experiencing clipping which takes feeling away from the game.
    I'm not saying this is the solution but I hope it helps. :)
     
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  16. GG6617

    GG6617 New Member

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    I will take note of this information, I thank Ronin :)
     
  17. D.Boon

    D.Boon Well-Known Member

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    No problem, let me know how you get on :)
     
  18. Nikdek69

    Nikdek69 New Member

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    I'm having the same issue with my G25, the behavior of the FFB it's weird,
    hard to explain but I find myself always correcting the wheel, it "pushes" constantly and I start to wave from left to right to left....
    I can't drive with enough precision, it's the car that drives me, not me driving the car...

    Tried many setting but none defeats that weird "pushing left-right" feeling
    It's a shame because the FFB is very alive and kicking, maybe to much kicking o_O

    The motor inside is always at work, neither in iR or AC it works "actively" like in R3E

    Nik
     
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  19. m.bohlken

    m.bohlken Well-Known Member

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    Maybe it is more a Car-Setup-Related issue. I often get such a feeling when my Spring/damper-Setup in comination is to soft and the toe-in Settings are to neutral (close to 0.00). So try to find a stiffer Spring/damper-Setup (I prefer stiffer dampers) and set the toe in a bit more positive in the rear.

    That in addition with a strong FFB makes it even worse.
     
  20. Nikdek69

    Nikdek69 New Member

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    Hi, no, I spent maybe an hour ingame, this happens with every car (tried 4/5), I'm not touchin the setups yet