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    Question Welded differential for drifting

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    Hello. I want to know how i can lock differential 100% and get welded diff effect.

    Power
    Coast
    Preload

    If i set power and coast in settings to 100% i get welded differential in rFactor ? What to do with preload ? Someone can explain this function ?

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    I've got the same question.

    Google should be banned from sending people here when they ask questions about rF. You search for a question on google and it sends you here to show you that over 2000 days ago, somebody else asked the same question that STILL hasn't been answered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZiggyM View Post
    I've got the same question.

    Google should be banned from sending people here when they ask questions about rF. You search for a question on google and it sends you here to show you that over 2000 days ago, somebody else asked the same question that STILL hasn't been answered.
    No one explain this to me but i figure out myself. Here is answer In real life: Welded Differential

    And this is for rFactor Open and welded diff.

    Code:
    }
    
    UpgradeType="Differential"
    {
      UpgradeLevel="4.10:1 Final Drive Differential"
      {
        Description="4.10:1 ratio final drive, open differential"
    
        HDV=[DRIVELINE]
        HDV=DiffPumpTorque=0
        HDV=DiffPumpRange=(0,0,0)
        HDV=DiffPumpSetting=0
        HDV=DiffPowerRange=(0.50,0,0)
        HDV=DiffPowerSetting=0
        HDV=DiffCoastRange=(0.50,0,0)
        HDV=DiffCoastSetting=0
        HDV=DiffPreloadRange=(0,0,0)
        HDV=DiffPreloadSetting=0
      }
      
      UpgradeLevel="Weldlock Differential"
      {
        Description="100/100: Good for Drifting."
    
        HDV=[DRIVELINE]
        HDV=DiffPumpTorque=0
        HDV=DiffPumpRange=(0,0,0)
        HDV=DiffPumpSetting=0
        HDV=DiffPowerRange=(1.00,0,0)
        HDV=DiffPowerSetting=0
        HDV=DiffCoastRange=(1.00,0,0)
        HDV=DiffCoastSetting=0
        HDV=DiffPreloadRange=(0,0,0)
        HDV=DiffPreloadSetting=0
     }
    In garage welded diff settings



    To get welded diff in any car you want, you need setup differential parameters like below.

    Pump 0%
    Power 100%
    Coast 100%
    Preload 1
    Last edited by sti228; 07-15-17 at 11:04 AM.

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