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    I deleted the old thread, so there won´t be any confusion regarding outdated profiles.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 Göpfert

    Christian Göpfert 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 Göpfert

    Christian Göpfert 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 Beta tester

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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 Beta tester

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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