Logitech G27 Wheel Force Feedback Problem

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  1. James987

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    Hi friends,
    I have just purchased rFactor 2 and I cannot find a important Force Feedback setting in the controls area. In rFactor the setting was called "Force Feedback Strength" and by default it is set to +100%. The wheel I use is the Logitech G27 and requires the "Force Feedback Strength" to be set at -100%. Where can I make the Force Feedback Strength adjustment in rFactor 2; so my wheel will behave correctly?

    Please advise
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  2. Coutie

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    It should be fine. You'll just need to change the strength to whatever you like.
     
  3. Supa

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    He means the Ffb multiplier. AMS and rf1 has both realfeel and a strength slider.
     
  4. James987

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    I have got to invert the FFB setting some how. The game is unplayable for me with this wheel and a boat load of lag.
     
  5. JimmyT

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    rF2 uses car specific ffb (see pic) 1 = 100% and you can reduce this to a point where clipping stops (in the case of the pic I have it at .56) and generally people set the wheel ffb to 100% in the logitech profiler. Also if you use "Vehicle Set" for the steering angle you should get better results. ffb.JPG

    I no longer use a logitech so this may have changed since then. Someone will correct me if I'm wrong though.

    Good luck, hope this helps.
     
  6. Bernd

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    @James987 I guess you mean the rfactor 1 problem with the reversed force feedback right?
    As @Coutie has said, it should not happen in rfactor 2 anymore or do you have a reversed force feedback in rfactor 2?
     
  7. lagg

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    This is a question made from time to time in our web, with different wheels.
    The solution is to changfe the sign of the "Steering effects strength" parameter of the controller.json
     

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