rFactor 2 and SimuCUBE

rfactor

#386

with simucube 2 I have only the true drive software. no granity no drc. the degrees of rotation do not change according to rf2


#387

Degrees of rotation setup needs patch from rFactor side. I’ve provided them the information over 2 months ago already.


#388

ok but i guess you don’t need those , i mean granity and drc. The degrees is a setback but if you set the json accordingly and you change the degrees to match the car you take it will work out ok. Can you share your drc to see what could be causing you problems ? Simucube2 also has max degrees 1440 ?


#389

as far as I know simucube 2 does not have a drc file. I have found that the only way to avoid grainy feeling is to set the attenuation ffb filter inside rf2 at 15


#390

We are investigating the grainy feeling on rFactor 2 at the moment. It was certainly visible on our last rig with rFactor 2 demo, but it will take over the weekend to let it download the rfactor 2 completely to try it out.


#391

the grainy feeling is present in RRE as well, less noisy, but in this case the attenuation filter of ffb does not work.


#392

yes! these two titles have issues with grainy feeling. only if rcon filter 8 or above is used grainy feel is gone. I hope this can be fixed with simucube becouse filter 8 feels good but not that direct like 3 or 5 for example. Assetto Corsa for example don’t have this issue.


#393

totally agree I am expeting a fix too


#394

I’m in contact with rFactor2 developers.:slightly_smiling_face:


#395

… and took finally the time to install rFactor 2 to our new rig at our office.

It seems that a very harsh and grainy profile is created by default for all unknown controllers. My plan is to take the OSW_Simucube profile and modify it, making versions for Sc2 models. Already after just copying all settings except for the device ID, the FFB is very smooth.

I expect to release these profile files later today, but there is also the iRacing Le Mans 24h I need to do…


#396

Great news thanks for looking into it Mika


#397

These controller json files should work for Simucube 2.


#398

However, there is the maximum torque specified in the json too. I do not know if rFactor 2 is using it for anything. Does someone know?


#399

Is it possible to reduce (only ) the strenghtening effect during braking by editing the json file?


#400

I’m not an rFactor 2 expert. I saw that many additional brake/clutch/gas effects were turned off in the rFactor 2 OSW_Simucube profile compared to the default profile.


#401

You can edit anything in the controller jason file as far as i know…Make sure when you edit the file you are not playing RF2 and the launcher is closed ,because the edit will not work if open


#402

I was hoping someone would know the parameter that has to be changed. A torque limiter that would allow to keep Overall Strength in the SimuCUBE tool would work either i guess :wink:


#403

the Nm must be the maximux if 100% is used , so different for each of your 3 servo solutions. The problem is that if someone isn’t using 100% it won’t feel optimal but you can’t do something about that.


#404

The graining is still present in RF2 using the ultimate @Mika what settings were you using in True Drive?


#405

Torque bandwidth limit 1000 Hz, Reconstruction filter 3, damping 10% and Friction 5%.

Can you confirm that the settings in the json are indeed the same as the OSW_Simucube profile?