[ETS2] Dynamic Suspension for Keyboard & Steering Wheel V6.2.3 [1.40.x]

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Re: [ETS2] Dynamic Suspension for Keyboard & Steering Wheel V6.2.1 [1.39.x; Older versions]

#111 Post by Razor12999 » 27 Dec 2020 09:29

Hello merry Christmas!! Quick question is this mod compatible with air ride/seats by momo? Thanks!

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Re: [ETS2] Dynamic Suspension for Keyboard & Steering Wheel V6.2.1 [1.39.x; Older versions]

#112 Post by TheTiger » 27 Dec 2020 10:16

Hello and merry Christmas.

Yes, it should be compatible just put the Momo's mod above.
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Re: [ETS2] Dynamic Suspension for Keyboard & Steering Wheel V6.2.1 [1.39.x; Older versions]

#113 Post by acrox999 » 12 Jan 2021 02:05

Amazing work. Thank you. I'm using this mod with an Xbox gamepad, too lazy to setup my Fanatec wheel again. It still feels so much better and easier to turn than without this mod.
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Re: [ETS2] Dynamic Suspension for Keyboard & Steering Wheel V6.2.1 [1.39.x; Older versions]

#114 Post by acrox999 » 15 Jan 2021 07:01

Have a small problem with this one. Brake is too strong even with 0.25 intensity that it locks up the tires every time.

Tested with gamepad but maybe I shouldn't.
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Re: [ETS2] Dynamic Suspension for Keyboard & Steering Wheel V6.2.1 [1.39.x; Older versions]

#115 Post by TheTiger » 15 Jan 2021 09:07

Hi,

Do you have another mods on top? I tweaked the brakes a lot and shouldn't be so strong now even with default value.
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Re: [ETS2] Dynamic Suspension for Keyboard & Steering Wheel V6.2.1 [1.39.x; Older versions]

#116 Post by acrox999 » 15 Jan 2021 11:53

Nope, yours is at the top. I notice it happens only after I bought my Renault Range T. I didn't lock up the brakes when I drove using the Quick Job trucks (none of them were Renault).
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Re: [ETS2] Dynamic Suspension for Keyboard & Steering Wheel V6.2.1 [1.39.x; Older versions]

#117 Post by TheTiger » 15 Jan 2021 12:35

Are you using any wheels mod pack?
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Re: [ETS2] Dynamic Suspension for Keyboard & Steering Wheel V6.2.1 [1.39.x; Older versions]

#118 Post by acrox999 » 15 Jan 2021 13:39

No wheel packs either. I only have:

- Actual Daytime/Nightime
- HD dashboards
- SISL MEGA Pack and Trailer pack

I'll try again and report back, in case if I missed anything.
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Re: [ETS2] Dynamic Suspension for Keyboard & Steering Wheel V6.2.1 [1.39.x; Older versions]

#119 Post by acrox999 » 16 Jan 2021 02:25

Okay I got some testing done. The tires get locked up if I press the brake button more than 65% to 75%.
Not slamming, but slowly and gradually. Happens even at low speeds.
Only happen when no trailer is attached or maybe not as prominent with a trailer attached.

Truck is a Renault T High Sleeper 6x2 Taglift. Maybe 6x2 Taglift is why? I don't know a lot about truck physics.

Additional info:
- No other physics mod, only your mod.
- Brake Intensity slider about 10% from the left. (I want to have as little braking force as possible, to test that whether tires are locked up due to too much braking force or something is wrong with the mod.)
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Re: [ETS2] Dynamic Suspension for Keyboard & Steering Wheel V6.2.1 [1.39.x; Older versions]

#120 Post by TheTiger » 16 Jan 2021 10:51

Thanks for taking your time to test it.
I also need to know what parameters do you have for:

g_suspension_stiffness
g_cabin_suspension_stiffness
g_truck_stability

and it this problem occurs with other trucks?

In the meantime, I will investigate the problem to see what's going on.
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