Osw settings for rfactor 2

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  1. Pablo11

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    Hi guys.
    I just got osw simcube wheel but i seems to be struggle to setup properly for rfactor 2
    The most annoying thing is that the wheel goes from left to to the right when i start the car and then when drivng on the straight same thing.
    I found it hard to control the car like that especially when driving one hand when changing the gear.
    Also when going over the kerbs there is way too much forces and kick going into the wheel.
    Anyone have some settings that i can try or some advice please?
     
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  2. DrR1pper

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    Sounds like your ffb might be in reverse. Unfortunately, if that is the case, I cannot remember how one rectifies it. Hopefully someone can weigh in and help you soon.
     
  3. SripleTix

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    I am not behind my PC where I set my OSW settings, but I think you need to go here: ... :\Steam\steamapps\common\rFactor 2\UserData\player\Controller and edit this line to -10000

     
  4. Eddy

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    Please look at this thread.

    http://isiforums.net/f/showthread.php?t=28926
     
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  6. Pablo11

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    Thanks guys . I already changed the reverse settings it is not that.
    I think the problem I'm having its called oscillation. My wheel is shaking from left to right as soon as I leave the garage and go to drive. I need to hold it so it stop moving plus is doing the same on the straIght bumps. It is just acting too violent. It's not natural that the wheel shakes left and right and I have to hold it both hands
     
  7. Markj

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    Hi Pablo, congrats on OSW, amazing bit of kit. As Eddy said maybe jump on the hardware thread he linked. Try the Base settings in that thread and if still issues let us know the car you are using and settings. Sure you'll get it sorted.

    Sent from my D5803 using Tapatalk
     
  8. Pablo11

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    Thanks Markj
    I will play with those settings and see if it will be any better.
     
  9. djbob

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    This is what I did for this problem too. Fixed it.
     
  10. Katsushika Matsumoto

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    Also start setting the max. output in Nm your DD wheel will be able to provide. i.e. 20 Nm for the small Mige.
    Maybe it's set to 5 Nm now and rF2 think it's outputting that but in reality it's doing 20 Nm.

    You can set this in the player.json and search for "Nm" you will find it.
     
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