Extract the RAR to a location where you can find it easily (like Documents).
In FanaLab, under Game Profile, you will find the Import button. Find the car profile, hit Load, and then Save. This will ensure a copy of the profile gets saved under FanaLab. It does not save back to the original file.
@Maurice Böschen just a heads up but it looks like the most recent ACC update broke some if not all the LED timings.
No it didnt, works fine for me. Only the Porsche 991.2 got new LEDs.
Interesting, must have been an error while loading.
You ONLY have to multiply the FF (= Force Feedback in the Tuning Menu!) with 1.25. So when the Tuning Menu FF in a profile is set to 60 you multiply 60 with 1.25 = 75 and thats your value.
Fopr the in game values if FF is already set to 100 you obviously cant go to FF 125 so leave it at 100 and additionally divide the Max Force by 1.25 as well (so when Max Force is set to 60Nm then this would be 48Nm for you). Its all described in the txt file thgough ;-) )
Attached you can find my most recent profiles with LED fix for the completely revamped LEDs for the Porsche 991.2 in ACC as well as added LEDs for the Camaro GT4.R and the new BMW M6 GT3 in AMS2.
Thank you Maurice, as always the info and profiles are very much appreciated.
Loving the new lights in the Porsche.
So we only change the Max Force and leave the Wheel force as you have at yours profiles right?
Max force: 60
Wheel Force: 25
Max force: 48
Is this right?
DD1 wheel force: 25Nm / 1.25 = 20Nm
that is Wheel Force.
Maurice says to divide Max Force value.
If you read the tool tip on wheel force, it says something like
Set this to the peak force of your wheel to help keep the auto function from overdriving your wheel.
DD1's peak torque is 20Nm. Of course you can leave it as 25Nm if you like.
i don't have that tooltip.
Is that on txt file?
it's within the game. It will show up at the bottom of the screen when you put your mouse over the slider.
I had finally access to a DD1 and because of many requests decided to adapt all my profiles also for DD1 so nobody has to manually calculate anymore... ;-)
So profiles are now splitted for DD1 and DD2 with respective Tuning Menu settings (LEDs of course the same for both).
Sweet. Thanks Maurice 🤩
Hello Maurice, for CSW 2.5 in ACC which setting/s should i adjust ?
Leave FF always at 100 and use Drift -2. That's basically everything. In game gain adjust to your linking to not get too much clipping.
Thank You Maurice
Thank you so much Maurice, you're an absolute champion for doing all this extra for DD1 users, very much appreciated.
thanks you so much these are amazing I must ask how did you replicate the rpm light pattern on the porsche setup dont see an option for that on fanalab
Thank you Maurice, this is so much appreciated. Naming system is going to make life a lot easier to select the correct profile.
Keep up the brilliant work
Any chance of a F1 2019 DD1.rar ?
Unfortunately no. I only support current games and no outdated games which pretty much nobody is playing anymore...^^
Any chance of you making a profile for the 2020 DTM cars in RaceRoom ?
Nope, sorry. I absolutely do not like R3E and wont make any profiles for that game.
Too bad ... these cars are really great
Any profiles for project cars 2
No as I dont play this quite old and too arcade game, sorry
Hello all. Today I got DD2 + V2, for now I will use it with Xbox series X. And I have a question? If I upload a profile to ACC on DD2, will it work? And do I understand correctly that I have to assign it to one of the profiles in the database? Do I need to change the FFB for the console? sorry for my english but i am writing with translator because i don't know it. Thank you for your understanding and help :-)
I really fk t understand the conversion from dd2 to dd1 settings. Can someone please help me? I am sure it's easy but the equation does g make sense to me the way it is written.