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iRacing Williams F1 profile

Discussion in 'X-Sim² profiles' started by ledfoot, Oct 27, 2010.

  1. ledfoot

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    The long awaited Williams F1 from iRacing is finally here and worth every bit of the wait. I've been driving this car for the past hour and it is by far my favorite sim car to date.

    Here is a 2DOF profile for the Williams designed for 150mm SCN5's. Speed and Acceleration are set dynamically in the Synaptrix.

    SimXperience Commander users can download the 2DOF and 3DOF(rear traction loss) profiles from the Commander online database.

    Enjoy!! :)

    iRacing Williams F1 stage ii 1.2.rn2
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    Thanks a lot. The Fw31 is amazing.
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    How to convert to 100mm SCN5's ?
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    This should work for 100mm SCN 5's as well but you may need to adjust the percentage value for each effect until it suits your preference.
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    Thanks, It's will damage 100mm SCN if I put a wrong value?
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    The SCN5 can be damaged if you exceed it's weight capabilities. There are many variables that can affect this so I would suggest you search for that information in this forum.

    Making minor adjustments to the profile should not damage your SCN5's in general.
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    Thanks a lot. The profile is rocks. I hope you upload Lotus 79 profile too. :D
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    i use ledfoot's profiles with my 100mm actuators and remove the percentage values. no problem they are great profiles.
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    Hello,

    Percentage value is that the value in math/edit mode at the lower part of the screen? Should this value always be lowered to have less effect?

    If I want to have less vibration in this setup which effect controls that?

    Sorry for noob question but I want to be shure so I don´t change the wrong values and damage my 100mm actuators :)
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    G-Force Effect #26 in the Math
    lower the % value for both left and right axis ...

    Try to begin with something like 5 to15% and adjust to your own taste...




    Bleco
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