F1 2017 find Grip values

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F1 2017 find Grip values

Post by zocker » Mon Jul 09, 2018 12:53 pm

Hello, guys it is possible to find the Tyre Grip value and change it ?



I try it but it dosnt work my Example: I take the Soft Tyre and make Unknown Search after it i take the SuperSoft Tyre and search increase value after i change the last 4 values (4 Tyres) i go out of the pit and make a run but the Grip feels like before.







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Post by koderkrazy » Mon Jul 09, 2018 4:13 pm

I don't get the part "I change the last 4 values(4 Tyres)". Please elaborate more.

- are you getting 4 values after doing increasedecrease value searches?

- are you using 4 types of tyres to do searches?

- "last 4 values" what are these values. why last 4?



after changing values try to lock them by using [x]

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Post by zocker » Mon Jul 09, 2018 4:24 pm

[QUOTE="koderkrazy, post: 51405, member: 18664"]I don't get the part "I change the last 4 values(4 Tyres)". Please elaborate more.

- are you getting 4 values after doing increasedecrease value searches?

- are you using 4 types of tyres to do searches?

- "last 4 values" what are these values. why last 4?



after changing values try to lock them by using [x][/QUOTE]



i dont know maybe i need the value for each Tyre i search on Float

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Post by zocker » Tue Jul 10, 2018 10:46 am

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Post by koderkrazy » Tue Jul 10, 2018 11:11 am

Sorry dude I don't get what are you trying here..

Elaborate some more what exactly you are doing. and post some screenshots.

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Post by zocker » Tue Jul 10, 2018 11:41 am

I wanted to try that I change the grip value, which gives me a better grip.

What should I send you a screenshot of?

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Post by TheyCallMeTim13 » Fri Jul 13, 2018 3:51 am

Grip is most likely calculated from a number of things (say: body lift/downforce, tire/rubber grade, momentum and direction). So I'd start with the hardest tire type then scan for an [I]unknown value[/I] then change to a different tire then san for [I]changed value[/I] and then [I]unchanged value[/I] with the same tires and just keep scanning for changed and unchanged to widdle it down, but this could be tire hardness or maybe just an address or ID for a tire object that will hold the values. I like to freeze values to check them, so when you have some addresses select the hardest/softest tire then freeze a value(s) then select the opposite and see if it changes or not.



You could even look for tire wear or heat, so new tires, scan, burn rubber, scan; and so on. Then use this to find a tire object of some kind and see if the any values are nearby.

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Post by zocker » Sat Jul 14, 2018 11:58 am

float or 4 bytes value ?

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Post by TheyCallMeTim13 » Sat Jul 14, 2018 12:15 pm

I'd go with 4 byte. If you stick to freezing the value, then this can work for floats also; Then after finding the right address you can see what accesses/writes to it to see how the game uses the value and see if it's a float or an integer.

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