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goonerjon777
11-05-2015, 08:13
Hi
I'm new to the forum so hello.
Firstly I love PJCars, though i'm struggling as many are with one issue.
Any help would be much appreciated.

I'm using controller and I have it set up pretty well for the Clio and putting in good times.
That set up works for well for most cars but the Karts are terrible, if anybody has any settings for Karts please share.

Many thanks in anticipation.
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dvc
11-05-2015, 08:21
TBH I'm finding carts hardest cars do drive. And I'm using wheel.

goonerjon777
11-05-2015, 08:25
TBH I'm finding carts hardest cars do drive. And I'm using wheel.

I thought that might be the case mate, i guess im gonna have to spend a little time on this by trial and error.

Its taken half a day to find the ideal for the Clio, soon adds up.

Pablo2008jedi
11-05-2015, 08:27
I'm having no trouble with the Karts

Steering Deadzone : 10

Steering Sensitivity : 10

Throttle Deadzone : 0

Throttle Sensitivity : 30

Brake Deadzone : 0

Brake Sensitivity : 15

Clutch Deadzone : 0

Clutch Sensitivity : 45

Speed Sensitivity : 65

Controller Filtering Sensitivity : 45

Force Feedback : 100

Controller Input Mode : 2

Advanced : On
Smoothing On

hkraft300
11-05-2015, 08:45
Karts need a bit of controller/wheel tuning and car setup.
I would recommend increased sensitivity (steering + accel + brake) to Pablo's settings. I've set weight distribution at about 60%. too much or too little will make it prone to swinging around.

After a few laps you will learn to be smooth with your inputs, controller or wheel, and learn the track. Also realise karts drive a little differently. They're tough little rigs and certain areas of a track will want to throw the tail right round. Get used to them and you'll improve on open wheel and prototypes.

Pablo2008jedi
11-05-2015, 08:50
I also reduce the front suspension to 65 and rear to 68 then reduce the psi on the fronts keeping them nice a warm.

goonerjon777
11-05-2015, 09:00
I'm having no trouble with the Karts

Steering Deadzone : 10

Steering Sensitivity : 10

Throttle Deadzone : 0

Throttle Sensitivity : 30

Brake Deadzone : 0

Brake Sensitivity : 15

Clutch Deadzone : 0

Clutch Sensitivity : 45

Speed Sensitivity : 65

Controller Filtering Sensitivity : 45

Force Feedback : 100

Controller Input Mode : 2

Advanced : On
Smoothing On

thats brilliants thanks

goonerjon777
11-05-2015, 09:02
Karts need a bit of controller/wheel tuning and car setup.
I would recommend increased sensitivity (steering + accel + brake) to Pablo's settings. I've set weight distribution at about 60%. too much or too little will make it prone to swinging around.

After a few laps you will learn to be smooth with your inputs, controller or wheel, and learn the track. Also realise karts drive a little differently. They're tough little rigs and certain areas of a track will want to throw the tail right round. Get used to them and you'll improve on open wheel and prototypes.

LOL I didn't even know you could mess with weight, guess I got a lot of experimenting to do