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rFactor 2 Build 1084 Now Available

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rFactor 2 Build 1084

rFactor 2 Build 1084 Now Available

Image Space Incorporated has released build 1084 for their rFactor 2 racing simulator.

This small rFactor 2 Build 1084 update is fixing some issues that popped up when the update got released. The ISI dev team now implemented a workaround for the new 2016_TTRS_1 driver from Thrustmaster and a fix for the Logitech G920 pedals being named differently in their latest driver. Furthermore, the “password invalid” warnings for missing components should now be fixed.



rFactor Build 1084 Release Notes

Known issue (see knownissues.txt):

  • Lost wheel intermittent repair after driver change, possibly more likely with higher damage percent set. ‘Normal’ damage repairs function as intended.
  • There are still some issues with various security suites that we are not in control of. Depending on what software you use, you will need to find a workaround based on how it reacts or what it blocks. We would be grateful to see these false reports passed onto the developers of those suites so that they can whitelist our software.


  • Stopped overwriting your own Unsportsmanlike Driving multiplayer setting when you joined a server (should only affect the current setting). This would only matter if you used the same Player.JSON for both servers and clients.


  • Fixed sun occlusion bug in showroom.
  • Adjusted particle params for rain spray.
  • Removed error msg from Mas2.
  • Fix for steam launcher getting “Password invalid” when attempting to download missing components from a password-less dedicated server.
  • Workaround for lag in options when using Thrustmaster drivers 2016_TTRS_1.
  • Rearranged throttle/brake/clutch pedal mappings for Logitech G920 because they will be rearranged with the next Logitech driver/firmware release (which are in Beta as of this writing). If any users continue to use the previous Logitech drivers, they will need to re-map the pedals after loading the Logitech G920 profile.
  • Attempt to prevent Knockout Qualifying plugin from overwriting manual grid edits.