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  1. Sennup

    Increase braking power

    But if it is 10 years that you're used to apply for example 10 kg force to the pedal, it will take some time to adapt...
  2. Sennup

    Increase braking power

    it should be also considered that real F1 brake pedals are much harder than usual PC pedal set, so given the same car brake power and foot pedal pressur, it should be normal to lock-up a bit easier on a PC pedal set.
  3. Sennup

    Increase braking power

    In F1 2019 I generally used around 85-90% brake pressure (95% Monza and 100% in Canada) with 54-56% brake bias and usually had to modulate brake pedal in order to turn well and don't lock-up; in F1 2020 I use always, for every circuit 100% brake pressure and 50% brake bias and I can stamp full force the brake pedal without significant modulation because tyres will very rarely have eventually only a minor lock-up P.S. in F1 2021 default brake pressure could be set to 90% (equal to 100% of F1 2020) so those who like the weak brake pressure should be happy, as well as those who would want to change that setting and increase it (I really do not think that real F1 cars have such weak brakes like those replicated in F1 2020)
  4. Sennup

    Increase braking power

    What I want to point out is that in F1 2020 is impossible to replicate the lock-ups seen in real F1 (the first time I tried F1 2020 I had to check the options to see if abs was enabled, but now I think they made that change to suit better joypad users) Also brake pressure should be set according to the circuit, so the fact that in F1 2020 you use 100% brake pressure for EVERY circuit is a clear proof to me that something is wrong (not to mention brake bias: on dry circuits in real F1 they use generally around 56-58%, 54% was the most used setting in F1 2019 that also should be changed in-car according to type of turn or tyre degradation, 50% always in F1 2020)
  5. Sennup

    Increase braking power

    He is going into a corner, but the tyres have a massive lock-up before turning...in F1 2020 you can't get such a lock-up because brake pressure is too low
  6. Sennup

    Increase braking power

    That was an example, anyway in real F1 if you apply full pedal brake and don't modulate for sure you get a massive lock-up, while in F1 2020 you can keep on braking without modulating and the max you get is a very light lock-up entering the corner
  7. Sennup

    Increase braking power

    A lot of people should have already noticed that in every setup for F1 2020 that you can pick up/copy/download from internet “brake pressure” is always set to 100% and “front brake bias” to 50%...in past versions of the game there was a great variety, so why is this happening? Because this year brake power has been a lot underpowered (I think 100% brake pressure in F1 2020 equals to around 70% brake pressure of F1 2019) and shifting brake bias to the front is now useless mainly because engine brake has been completely removed. In this situation the cars almost never lock-up the tyres (in fact this year it is almost like driving with abs enabled: even applying full pedal brake you can only very slightly lock-up at the very end of the corner, near the apex while turning, but never on the straight during the first part like it could happen in F1 2019 setting 100% brake pressure or in real life – see Vettel and Raikkonen at Spa 2020 for example) and now it is also impossible to loose the rear of the car while braking; again if you watch real F1 footage you can see that sometimes drivers have to make fast corrections while braking in order not to loose the rear (like it was in F1 2019), in F1 2020 instead, even before braking you already know that it won’t ever happen. It would be great to have F1 2021 with a good compromise between F1 2019 and F1 2020 and in doing so I would suggest to at least take this year max brake pressure value (100%) and set it equal to 90% pressure of F1 2021 in order to have a 10% more brake power margin in the setup and also bring back some engine brake to the cars (just a little bit, not too much like it was in F1 2019, but also in my opinion removing it completely was not a big deal).
  8. Here's a video of the cutting sound effects F1_2020_(DirectX_12)_2020-09-16_15-10-19.mp4
  9. ok, as soon as possible I'll try to make a video of this problem...
  10. while driving, for example on the straights, I hear the wind, then after a while it cuts out, then it returns, then it again cuts out, but my impression is that maybe the audio engine cannot reproduce multiple effects (wind, crowd, kerbs etc...) at the same time, so in the end I can hear only one or few effects at the same time (also notice that with F1 2017, 2018 and 2019 I didn't encounter this issue) PC - Windows 10 F1 2020 v1.09 mode: Grand Prix, Time Trial etc... In the F1 2020 audio options I've tried to search for an option to reduce the number/detail of sound effects (I think there was something like that in F1 2019) but couldn't find it... My sound card is an integrated Realtek ALC892 driver version 6.0.8746.1
  11. Coming from F1 2019 my first impression of F1 2020 was a bit disappointing due to the new car handling while braking (underpowered brakes + complete removal of engine brake) and especially the new very weak feedback from my wheel (T300); at first I thought that F1 2019 Force Feedback had been badly rewritten, but then I found out that the lack of feedback from the wheel was only due to the changed default force feedback values, so tweaking them I managed to get back a proper feel (also notice that my wheel settings/values in the Windows 10 control panel are all on default values) Here below you can find the settings that I would suggest to set as default in F1 2021 for the Thrustmaster T300: Vibration & FFB Strength: 90 On Track Effects: 25 Rumble Strip Effects: 50 Off Track Effects: 40 Wheel Damper: 0 Understeer Enhance: On
  12. Sennup

    Enginebrake Mapping

    I think the intention was to reduce engine brake mainly to help novices not to loose the rear while braking and to avoid expert players to extra-turn the car by only downshifting and then re-upshifting in slow corners (like you can do in F1 2019 because engine brake is too high), but the devs messed up and now in F1 2020 we have unrealistic cars with no engine brake at all 😞 Anyway since next year the engine maps (lean, standard, rich) are probably gonna be removed, then those settings could be substituted by proper and realistic engine brake settings...
  13. Sennup

    Enginebrake Mapping

    Ok in the garage, but are you sure that F1 drivers change engine brake in-car? (I should investigate, but I've have never seen/heard that, but maybe it is matched with the engine setting - instead in MotoGP they for sure change engine brake map setting while driving); anyway the fact is that at the moment F1 2020 is the only sim (or semi-sim) where cars have no engine brake at all and it really feels a bit weird/bad while braking, also that's the reason why EVERY F1 2020 setup on internet for EVERY cirtuit has ALWAYS brake power 100% and brake bias 50% (in addition to the fact that this year brake power has been too much underpowered)
  14. Sennup

    Enginebrake Mapping

    The real problem is that in F1 2020 engine brake has been practically removed...if in F1 2021 there's gonna be still only one setting not changeable, I think at least a good engine brake compromise would be to have something between F1 2019 (where cars had a lot, maybe too much engine brake) and F1 2020 (where cars seem to have no engine brake at all)...
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