FFB Guide - Fanatec DD1 & DD2 - December 2019

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Alex Hodgkinson, Dec 16, 2019.

  1. Alex Hodgkinson

    Alex Hodgkinson Sector3 Developer

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    Default Fanatec DD profiles were developed only with none-beta software. Ie. driver 335 and not using Fanalab.
     
  2. mart1968

    mart1968 New Member

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    Was using standard driver when the update came. Did switch to Beta driver because i was not happy with what i got. Hoping to make it better.
     
  3. BrianBosch

    BrianBosch Well-Known Member

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    Then I think you have a setting in Fanalab enabled which triggers the almost continuous pedal rumble. Not behind my rig now to check. Was it rumble when you drive a certain speed in Fanalab?
     
  4. mart1968

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    DonĀ“t be worry to much about the rumble. The missing feedback in the force feedback is what bother me most. The rumble is just a annoying side note.
    And i am sure that the rumble want to tell me slip and understeer what i would like to feel in the wheel.
     
  5. STISH

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    Hi @Alex Hodgkinson,
    I just bought a Formula V2 steering wheel, I am with your settings and I have violent oscillations with certain cars, can you tell me which parameter to change to avoid this? Thanks
     
  6. Alex Hodgkinson

    Alex Hodgkinson Sector3 Developer

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    Which cars are you finding that with?
     
  7. STISH

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    It happens to me when I enter the track, tested with the C7 GTR3 and the FR3.
     
  8. STISH

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    @Alex Hodgkinson

    I drive a little more this weekend, it happens with all cars. As soon as I get in the car there is a kind of vibration (I have the engine vibration setting set to 0) and if I don't hold the steering wheel, it amplifies and the steering wheel goes crazy.