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Author Topic: Enduracers Setups  (Read 57 times)

Offline Ibby

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Enduracers Setups
« on: May 08, 2018, 05:14:28 am »
Since we're using a new mod, I wondered if people have discovered any weird setup issues with Enduracers.

I'm noticing (at least on the Aston Martin), that just raising the rear ride height a tiny bit COMPLETELY changes the feel of the force feedback! I don't know if this is a "glitch" or if this makes sense IRL? Or maybe it's something to do with my crappy Logitech Momo wheel? Anyone else have any comments on that?

And I am still going with the following starter setup;
- set tire pressures to minimum
- set ride heights to minimum
- set anti roll bars to minimum and maybe even completely detach the rear

NOTE: I am not fast. And I don't really know what I'm doing with setups. Posting this to hopefully learn from other members on the forums.  ;)
i7-7700, nVidia gtx1080ti, Oculus Rift, Logitech Momo.

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Re: Enduracers Setups
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2018, 01:40:18 pm »
I guess I should clarify what I'm experiencing.
With the rear ride height set to minimum, I have a very "light" wheel... hardly any resistance. If I raise the rear height a little, suddenly I have a very "heavy" wheel with a lot of resistance when trying to turn. It's just such an extreme change that I'm thinking its some kind of software issue rather than what I should expect to feel from a car in real life.
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Re: Enduracers Setups
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2018, 01:54:19 pm »
The only thing I can think of is that by raising the rear ride height you're putting more weight on the front. This could potentially result in a heavier wheel because the more weight on the front suspension would make it slightly more difficult to turn the wheel. Although if it's such a massive difference that might be an issue.

 

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