hast du auch Profile für RaceRoom?
do you also have profiles for RaceRoom?
Got everything imported into Fanalab.
Love the feel of these even in my 2.5 with the V2 wheel. I'm wanting to make a profile for the Ford GT. Any recommendations on how you build them would be great.
New ACC profiles with the new GT4 cars! :-)
thanks a lot!!!
will test them asap 😁
I'm new to fanalab, can I switch the loaded profile mid-game or do you need to exit and come back in each time?
Mid game is absolutely fine :)
I wrote a script to convert all the commas to periods, (84.5 vs 85,5) and send it to you in a PM
Hi everyone - here's a copy of Maurice's ACC profiles, converted for North American users.
(I checked with Maurice first, before posting, since these are his files - all credit to Maurice for these!)
Philipp Geppl15 jul. 2020
Thanx for the settings.
That is awesome! Mind sending me the script? I looked at one of the profiles and FEI is set to 80, but I thought FEI needed to be 70 if you were on FW34 vs 90 on FW30. Wasn't sure which FW the adjusted profiles were for.
Kudos on making the script, I want to use it to adjust all the F1 profiles I've got.
Also, Maurice - you must have some killer arms my dude. I have to set my FFB in Fanalab down to 30-35. Even at that after an hour hot lapping the 911.2 in AC:C I'm a bit worn. Guess I need some training coming from 6 years on a Thrustmaster TX.
You have adjusted the in game gain to 60 as suggested in the text file? Leaving gain at 100 is of course way too much for Tuning Menu FF around 60 and will lead to software Clipping... ^^
Gain 60 in AC:C, FF down to 35 in Fanalab, rest of the FFB settings set the way you have them by default in the profiles. Its very heavy but I'm getting used to it. My shoulders are sore today after 3 long days racing haha. I did find out he Thrustmaster TX was 3nm so I've just got to get used to the increased performance I think.
I am on DD1 and turned it up from 35 to 60 as it seemed too low.
Many thanks to Maurice for your work. One question: what is the difference between the two Cayman profiles in GT4?
One is for BME and one is for Fv2 (Formula v2) because I cant decide with which wheel I drive that car (and BME needs mor FF because of the much heavier and bigger round wheel I use).
Thank you very much Maurice, I use the F1 steering wheel that belongs to the DD1 PS4. So I can definitely try the file for the formula v2, but please which steering wheel is the BME?
Are these the settings for the latest driver version on DD
When i use the last driver on my DD1 It feels like a gear drive wheel. What`s wrong?
Increase INT to 6
Maurice - was INT hardcoded before the 356-365 driver/firmware set?
If so, is that 6 value you mentioned about what it was before?
INT wasn't a thing before 352 and was simply missing entirely.
INT 6 however feels like how previous driver felt. This also shows how much more FFB detail you can now get with INT 1 - 5 values which wasn't possible before. This FFB details however are often very grainy and feel like there is sand in the wheel because games FFB is so rough by nature..
100% agree with you on that last sentence.
I put 365 on earlier this week and it took some getting used to.
I'm grateful for the advice of 6 being roughly the same as the old driver - I'll use that as a starting point if a game feels grainy.
Where can i find CSW 2.5 profiles for ACC, iRacing and AC?
Thanks in advance :)
There are none shared by anyone afaik.
Hey guys, does anyone of you have a DD2 Fanalab profile for the BMW M4 GT4 in iRacing with matching REV Lights?
Unfortunately its not possible to get matching RevLEDs for the BMW M4 GT4 because iRacing decided to give that car a different RPM range for EVERY gear. I have made a profile to match Neutral and 1st gear but all other gears are completely out of sync and its impossible to get the LEDs matching for the other gears until FanaLab might implement a Gear-Offset in the future ... (or iRacing decides to make the RPM range the same for every gear)
Hey Maurice, thanks for the profile. I didn't know thats impossible to match the LEDs and I didn't notice that the gears have different RPM (i just bought the car today).