FIA Formula Two Williams JPH1B Released

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  1. Alexandre Martini

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    i don't think there's any problem with the force feedback...
    maybe it's a bit light at low speed but who knows what the
    real car feels like in those situations? i don't.

    to me, it feels and sounds great! ;)
     
  2. F2Chump

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    I just fired up 2009 RACEON, and it looks better and has a ton of FFB.
     
  3. F2Chump

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    So what if you don't know, do you notice the diff between the F3.5, the FISI?
    rf2 going from bad to worse each build.
     
  4. buddhatree

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    These cars are just awesome. I've had 3 fantastic races against the AI. You really feel like they are racing you....

    The 60's open wheelers are like classic Bob Dylan with the acoustic guitar and harmonica: Legendary

    The Formula Two cars are Dylan plugged in: Electric Fun!! :cool:
     
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  5. F2Chump

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    Another non G27 satisfied customer.
     
  6. F2Chump

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    Yeah mate, I'm gonna change my ini file between vehicles, great solution{Not!!!}
     
  7. buddhatree

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    I understand bro. I had a G27 when the beta was released. I know what the rattles and shakes and jolts are like.

    Sold my G27 to help pay for the new wheel and haven't looked back.
     
  8. privatebrian

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    Thankyou Tim, ISI, Awesome Mod keep up the good work :)
     
  9. Slothman

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    G25 here...apart from the rattle off track (reduced with some simple tweaks) I really havnt had any issues.

    Cant wait to get home and try this tonight :)
     
  10. buddhatree

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    The ironic part of that ^ is that I had a G27 and used it for months with rF2.

    I was so satisfied, I bought a new wheel because I knew my G27 was not giving me the correct FFB.

    And guess what? Curbs and rumble strips feel like they should now. The whole FFB is experience is better.

    Logitech owners are really blaming the wrong people. It's Logitech's design, not rF2's FFB.

    Blame all the sims who've filtered and dumbed down your FFB before.... not ISI for finally giving us what we all asked for lol :)

    If you're a sim racer, your wheel is just as much a part of your rig as your CPU and video card.

    We've ALL upgraded our CPUs and video cards over the years to play our sims... It's time for you wheel now ;)
     
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  11. Vinceton

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    What wheel are you using?
    My old fanatec gt3 had double shifts, also only in rfactor. It turns out the rubber used to cover the electronics was ripped. I had to replace it with one of the other rubbers from the other rarely used buttons. I've been through 4 replacements so far. Once a new one was put in, no more double shifts.

    You don't experience this in other games, because the software limits the amount of accidental shifts. Rf2 has a setting in the .PLR file specifically for this type of problem. By default, it's either off or very low.
     
  12. Max Angelo

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    The line in the player file is

    Repeat Shifts="0" // 0 = no repeat shift detection, 1 = detect and eliminate accidental repeat shifts within 100ms, 2 = 150ms, 3 = 200ms, 4 = 250ms, 5 = prevent shifting again before previous shift is completed
     
  13. djvicious

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    I noticed that as I went to play on other tracks. I was driving with it just because it makes the car seem so dirty!
     
  14. ZeosPantera

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    Your opinion. Just saying.

    A formula/openwheeler with MASSIVELY wide front tires isn't suppose to have a lot of feedback through the wheel. The caster is set very low so that the driver is able to turn the wheel at speed. If the wheels were castered back farther (causing more centering force) the driver would need to turn into the incredible hulk to turn the wheels with low, sub 540° steering lock.

    Enough of this G27 + rF2 bashing.. I spend two hours tweaking the FFB and I can run it fine 100% in the profiler and 1.0 FFB in-game. My oversized wheel mod not benefiting in this situation.

    I will go into some detail on my settings.

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    Rf2Data/userdata/player/controller.ini
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  15. F2Chump

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    LOL, you tragically obsessed fanboy's underestimate the reaction that's on the way from G25/27 owners if this isn't sorted at Gold.
    As if I'm going to buy a POS fanatec and risk 1000 problems to replace my perfect G27, which kicksass in all my other sims.
    Anyway, keep worshiping.
     
  16. F2Chump

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    Quick, inform ISI that they now need to fix the FISI and F3.5.
    You call this bashing, just wait till Gold, LOL.
     
  17. Facundo Daniele

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    awesome job,i love it.well done guys
     
  18. DurgeDriven

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    +1

    I would add this is announcement thread and any further FF complaints or any others should really be posted in bugs forum.

    Fanatec Carrera and package was great having a quick race while ago..... feels goood! lopl
     
  19. F2Chump

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    Be different if my other sims were playing up, but I'm not going to upgrade to a dodgy Fanatec for any single game.
    The attitude towards G25/27 is the biggest joke in sim racing.
     
  20. Spinelli

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    lol maybe you dont push hard enough to notice but you do know that the G25 and G27's ffb is off when your wheel is centered right? Its even been stated by logitech themselves, its built into the hardware, no sim or settings can change this, so when your wheel is straight or near straight you get no feedback. This kills your braking feel of lockup until you finally start turning the wheel enough for the ffb to turn on, you dont have to turn it too much to get to the "on" point, but it still hurts your braking and stright line feel.

    Ya perfect wheel alright. lol

    How do you know its a joke and not a flaw in the prodcut design that has been finally revealed? You are no technician or engineer to know this.

    Also, there are settings to adjust this to your taste as many other people have mentioned, many have the G25 and G27's working great in RF2, so figure it out buddy, stop whining.
     
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