Discussion in 'Car Information and physics updates' started by Alex Hodgkinson, Dec 10, 2019.
got it ,all clear!
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Sorry, I meant "Car-specific FFB Mult" in Settings->Controls while in the garage (for any GT3 car).
Sorry for the OT, guys.
I think it's "inbox" settings, but they work amazingly. Naturally, apart from the min FFB - 9 is a good compromise.
Right, that one, thanks!
Personally, that's pretty strong, at least w/ my weaker T300, and causes quite a lot of clipping (per Simhub overlay). I only use 75% and 4% FFB Min Torque. Especially in Sebring But as said, it's really personal preference.
i can not find any indicator of flat spot in the standard HUD
i am using an alternative HUD and it doesn't show either
any chance to get like AC with flat spot status in yellow then red?
AI in FR90 on Imola is spinning in several corners very often (mostly Variante Alta, Rivazza, Tosa, Variante Tamburello).
-Number of cars doesn't really influence the behaviour.
-Also it's pretty blind, regarding other cars besides them (player or other AI) especially for this track.
Side question: How is it so fast with the start?...i never got it right yet, starting these cars with AI, always 3 positions lost avg. and i was racing this car online once, nobody has made such a rocket launch on the start there. AI is pretty inhuman with traction on lauch IMO.
With a skilled driver getting everything right it might just about be human but only just
Ive tried a few different approaches and am now at a point where i can fairly consistently limit my loss to one position (which you may well get back braking into t1)
same goes with every class of cars
I’m getting frustrated they haven’t fixed this track yet because it’s been like this for months
I got it yesterday too after posting...i was handling the clutch a bit better...but the position loss was still one
Just to add another fr90 at imola ai problem i encountered recently. Did an 8 lap race and almost the whole field decided to pit on lap 7 or 8 for some reason
They're lenient with tyre wear, yes...it's also a phenomenon for other classes like GTO.
Also in a longer GT2 race at Dubai, they were pitting after 30 minutes, what is pretty early for these cars.
Just running the Porsche GT3 Cup car at Bilsterberg......the feeling of the suspension over the bumps and hills in this car is amazing.....so good. Thrustmaster TMX.
I have noticed similar behaviour with Silhouette cars. Short race (10 mins), and the whole field pits after about 5 minutes. I am still observing, but at the moment I think that this only happens when there is no practice/qualifying (regardless if not set up or skipped). I think that perhaps the AI cars do not have the information (fuel extimation for example) usually collected in these sessions. On the other hand, this behaviour does not occur in all races without practice/qualifying.
I did the same combo yesterday and I had the same feeling. The 911 GT3 Cup is wonderful to drive and so different from the initial release.
I had today the "ride" of my live with the 934 RSR on Bilsterberg.
It took me 4 days to cover the distance of 20 minutes. The thing is incredibly difficult to keep at the limit. Especially when the brakes are hot ..
Well, it's not so difficult if you avoid using the brakes!!
Maybe I should give it a try ..
The beast is a hot-blooded diva who wants to be kept busy. And if you get too rough just once, she punish you immediately!
But I love her for her hot temper .
I love both, the GT3 cup and the 934, and both especially at Bilster Berg. My go to cars and track combos to just hotlap and forget about time. Must also mention the 911 GT2 RS here I think... But besides from being pure pleasure, these cars on that track are also a reliable scale for dialing in your ffb. With my T300 I aim for some mild clipping down the compression at "Mausefalle" (the iconic downhill lefthander) and some subtle road feel heading down the straight after the chicane. If you get it set up like this you're pretty much using the whole dynamic range your wheel offers.
Have to post that 934 lap here... Too sweet, to be buried in the video thread
bilsterberg is just the best
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