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Tirppa
13-06-2015, 07:35
What am I doing wrong? Even the Merc SLS AMG goes like train on tracks. Breaking traction seems almost impossible. I have in the global settings traction control set to off.

LADY GEMMA JANE
13-06-2015, 07:58
It feels about right on the xbox one, I'm not having this problem

GenBrien
13-06-2015, 08:15
soft or hard tires?

SpaceMachine
13-06-2015, 11:34
I have in the global settings traction control set to off.

What about Stability Control?

Walther9mm
13-06-2015, 12:21
It sounds like TC is still on. I set a button on the wheel to force it off even though in the global settings it was set to off.

If you look at the telemetry screen you can tell whether or not it is off. If it's on, the throttle will be cutting off when the tires should be breaking loose.

Roger Prynne
13-06-2015, 12:26
What am I doing wrong? Even the Merc SLS AMG goes like train on tracks. Breaking traction seems almost impossible. I have in the global settings traction control set to off.

The thing is though do you know how the real car drives IRL?
You could be right or you could be wrong but how do you know?

Ian Bell
13-06-2015, 12:31
PS4 guys, remind me if we have an auto-clutch option on PS4? If we do, turning that off will help you.

KartKingCorre
13-06-2015, 12:36
PS4 guys, remind me if we have an auto-clutch option on PS4? If we do, turning that off will help you.

Yes we do

Tirppa
13-06-2015, 14:03
Ok so the hud icon is showing both traction control and stability control blinking. How do I disable them? There is on setting in the car set-up?

Roger Prynne
13-06-2015, 14:47
You can bind buttons for them in the controllers - edit assignments menu.
If you have not got enough buttons then you will have to disable them in the game menu.

mister dog
13-06-2015, 15:48
Just wondering about the auto clutch, if you run a sequential shifter do you need to have that enabled?

Gejabo
13-06-2015, 16:27
Just wondering about the auto clutch, if you run a sequential shifter do you need to have that enabled?

If you then have it disabled you just need to aply the clutch with the start and in the graveltrap to prevent the engine from stalling.

Tirppa
13-06-2015, 16:28
You can bind buttons for them in the controllers - edit assignments menu.
If you have not got enough buttons then you will have to disable them in the game menu.

thx, this worked. I set it to real and now I can toggle with the buttons. Thx \o/

mister dog
13-06-2015, 16:30
If you then have it disabled you just need to aply the clutch with the start and in the graveltrap to prevent the engine from stalling.

Thanks for the tip, will try that out. So it changes the handling and shifts quite a bit then?

Gejabo
13-06-2015, 16:32
Compared to the H gears? Yes.

mister dog
13-06-2015, 16:33
Compared to the H gears? Yes.
No i mean the difference in handling between sequential shifting with auto clutch on or off (if there is any).

Gejabo
13-06-2015, 16:44
Not sure, I don't aply the clutch when shifting a car with paddles.
With rhe sequential stick often lifting the accelerator will be enough.

Haven't noticed real handeling differences, but than again always have the autoclutch disabled.

Ian's post would suggest there is a difference.