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RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Aerobaticrug » 18 Dec 2013, 06:39

Count me in! Just joined up, good to see a series taking the plunge with rfactor 2 - I know from experience what a nightmare it can be to run on a dedicated server.

Haven't tried the F3 historics in a while, but I'll get some practise in and see where we are.
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Bevan Johnson » 21 Dec 2013, 15:00

Very annoyed. Start to get back into sim racing again and my csr elite pedels throw a wobbly. Got to send them back to Fanatec in Germany so I won't be racing in any form for quite a while. Not happy.
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Adz1200 » 21 Dec 2013, 15:47

Total bummer m8, would be great to see you get involved, you put a lot of your time into the tech side of things here, seems a shame you don't get the chance to have some fun too.

I have a dfgt setup you would be welcome to use meantime although the postage would be just as much as buying a second hand set locally no doubt. :(
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Bevan Johnson » 21 Dec 2013, 17:55

Yeah, I know. Thanks for the offer, but I think you are right!
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Horus » 23 Dec 2013, 12:18

Thanks guys, that was a great nights entertainment. The car and track were fun and it was good to see some old faces (names, you know what I mean). So Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all, I hope you all have a great time and don't get too many pairs of socks. :)
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Aerobaticrug » 23 Dec 2013, 12:28

Thanks Guys for a great introduction to flatoutclub.

Stacking it on lap one when not even pushing put an end to my awfull run, more like put me out of my misery, just can't the hang of these cars at all :( I think I'm better sticking to cars with roofs!
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Aerobaticrug » 29 Dec 2013, 16:37

Mightn't be able to make tonights race, depends on what time I get back from the Christams Family commitments............... I'll try if I can :)
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby hardtohandle » 29 Dec 2013, 19:07

Count me in please. Where can I find server password?
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Bevan Johnson » 11 Jan 2014, 17:15

Pedals sent off, hopefully will be a quick turnaround :)
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Adz1200 » 11 Jan 2014, 18:29

Great news, hope to see you join us soon m8ty. :)
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Bevan Johnson » 14 Jan 2014, 11:28

They are on their way back. ParcelForce tomorrow. Only snag is they are going home and not to work. So no one to sign for them. Grrr.
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Adz1200 » 14 Jan 2014, 13:13

Sounds like another day to wait on your local collection office bud, nearly there ! :driving:
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Bevan Johnson » 14 Jan 2014, 13:19

Yeah. Hopefully get an evening in soon. Off to Canada on Saturday so it MAY be before then....
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Squidwert » 14 Jan 2014, 15:57

I have RF2 working but FFB feels very light. Is there an easy setting to turn the power up a lot or do i have to play with the controllor ini for a few days?
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Re: RFactor2 : Flatout Historic F3 series

Postby Adz1200 » 14 Jan 2014, 23:10

Once you load up the track, press settings at the bottom of the timing screen, go to controls and then adjust "Car-Specific FFB Multi" to suit, there is also a FFB smoothing slider that you may want to adjust too. :)
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