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eric55
13-05-2015, 10:07
A45 amg is very woubly and the sls amg never breaks traction even when trying to power slide it out of n corner its not a AMG thing, the BMW 1m is very very woubly its almost as if the damper setting on the suspension is on 0 but the Audi R8 V10 road is to say perfect for example

Please share what your view is on this

Regards to all

danowat
13-05-2015, 10:11
IMO, so take it with a pinch of salt, the road cars are the worst cars in the game in terms of physics, they all feel way too floaty.

dwalldorf
13-05-2015, 10:36
Definitely some road cars feel like you're driving a family-friendly van

timaloy67
13-05-2015, 11:41
I took the 911 RUF road car along the Azure coast (free practice). Every time i even breathed on the brake the controller vibrated. It was really annoying and i ended up leaving and heading for another car/track. I have not experienced this before or since with any other car/track combo. I haven't tried going back to azure coast in the RUF to see if it happens constantly.

My controller settings are great everywhere else so i don't want to tinker and mess them up, possibly it was a car set up issue however the car was out the box, i hadn't changed anything on it.

Marrrfooo
13-05-2015, 11:46
I took the 911 RUF road car along the Azure coast (free practice). Every time i even breathed on the brake the controller vibrated. It was really annoying and i ended up leaving and heading for another car/track. I have not experienced this before or since with any other car/track combo. I haven't tried going back to azure coast in the RUF to see if it happens constantly.

My controller settings are great everywhere else so i don't want to tinker and mess them up, possibly it was a car set up issue however the car was out the box, i hadn't changed anything on it.

I understand there has been some bug reporting on feedback against one of the RUF's - but I thought that was more of a wheel-specific issue...

Umer Ahmad
13-05-2015, 11:55
Move the brake bias forward on the RUF to abkut 55-56 and lower the brake pressure. The rear brakes lock too easily on the default setup, for me i never liked it this way.

RUF racing at Azure Coast is top of my list


http://youtu.be/43k-pLDAA6E

Thomas Sikora
13-05-2015, 11:56
A45 amg is very woubly and the sls amg never breaks traction even when trying to power slide it out of n corner its not a AMG thing, the BMW 1m is very very woubly its almost as if the damper setting on the suspension is on 0 but the Audi R8 V10 road is to say perfect for example

Please share what your view is on this

Regards to all

maybe, not every car's has a perfect realistic setup. If you think a car is to "wobbly" increase the spring stiffness and damper. For me the cars feels ok (fanatec SCWV2).
Remember, it depends on the steering speed! The damper is a delay element, if you turn your wheel from 0 to 90 in a few milliseconds ( what you will never did in a real car), the simulation did it also and your spring travel is a max without have a chance to damping the movement.

What input did you use?
To the SLS, are you sure that tractioncontrol and stability was off?

timaloy67
13-05-2015, 12:07
Move the brake bias forward on the RUF to abkut 55-56 and lower the brake pressure. The rear brakes lock too easily on the default setup, for me i never liked it this way.

Possibly thats what it is. Seems strange they would be locking so easily though, and at such slow speeds. That said I do have my brake pressure cranked right up along with a highly responsive brake trigger so maybe its just that this car is super sensitive that config. Its not an issue on any other car.

HeeseyChelmet
13-05-2015, 12:23
A45 amg is very woubly and the sls amg never breaks traction even when trying to power slide it out of n corner its not a AMG thing, the BMW 1m is very very woubly its almost as if the damper setting on the suspension is on 0 but the Audi R8 V10 road is to say perfect for example

Please share what your view is on this

Regards to all

Drove the R8 on California and it was horrible. Why? Cold tyres and I was flooring it all the time. Played it after a few days of playing the game, adjusting my control sensitivity and some of the car settings, the R8 was a different car. Clearly it wasn't and it was me who had adapted.

I agree, they feel different but so does a Ginetta compared to a Formula Rookie. Approach each car differently and practice