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Bunyip_McLuvin
21-06-2015, 05:56
After many hours spent using various guide templates and plenty of trial and error I think I've managed to come up with a couple decent setups.

If there are any people willing to try these out and give some feedback would be great.

FANATEC GT3 RS v2 WHEEL SETTINGS:

SEn - OFF
FF - 100
Sho - 100
dri - OFF
AbS - 85
Lin - 000
dEA - 000
SPr - 0
dPr - 0

GAME CALIBRATION SETTINGS:

Force Feedback - 100%
Tire Force - 70
Per Wheel Movement - 0.00
Per Wheel Movement Squared - 0.00
Wheel Positioning Smoothing - 0.04
Deadzone Removal Range - 0.10
Deadzone Removal Falloff - 0.10
Linkage Scale - 0.00
Linkage Stiffness - 1.00
Linkage Damping - 1.00
Relative Adjust Gain - 110
Relative Adjust Bleed - 0.15
Relative Adjust Clamp - 0.95
Scoop Knee - 0.70
Scoop Reduction - 0.15
Soft Clipping (Half Input) - 7.00
Soft Clipping (Full Output) - 10.00

CAR SETTINGS:
- I've been using the Jake Spade Fy+SoP Lateral Settings as my starting point.

http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?24055-Universal-FFB-Settings-for-PS4-XB1-Spreadsheet

From there I was able to come up with a couple generic templates of my own


SETUP A:
Good for an overall feel for all the forces at work

Master Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation)
Fx Scale - 100
Fy Scale - 100
Fz Scale - 100
Mz Scale - 100
Fx Smooth - 10
Fy Smooth - 0
Fz Smooth - 0
Mz Smooth - 0
Arm Angle - 1200/1500 (Raise or Lower depending on personal preference)
Body Scale - 20
Body Longitudinal Scale - 20
Body Stiffness - 100
Body Dampening - 100
SoP Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation) - Same as Master Scale
SoP Lateral - 100
SoP Diff - 100
SoP Dampening - 10


SETUP B:
Found This Setup gives a good feel for when the car is under/oversteering and makes it easier to correct

Master Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation)
Fx Scale - 40
Fy Scale - 60
Fz Scale - 140
Mz Scale - 140
Fx Smooth - 30
Fy Smooth - 10
Fz Smooth - 0
Mz Smooth - 0
Arm Angle - 1200 (Raise or Lower depending on personal preference)
Body Scale - 10
Body Longitudinal Scale - 10
Body Stiffness - 100
Body Dampening - 100
SoP Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation) - Same as Master Scale
SoP Lateral - 10
SoP Diff - 80
SoP Dampening - 0


SETUP C:
Works best Road Cars and gives a lighter feel

Master Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation)
Fx Scale - 60
Fy Scale - 60
Fz Scale - 80
Mz Scale - 80
Fx Smooth - 20
Fy Smooth - 10
Fz Smooth - 0
Mz Smooth - 0
Arm Angle - 1500 (Raise or Lower depending on personal preference)
Body Scale - 10
Body Longitudinal Scale - 10
Body Stiffness - 100
Body Dampening - 100
SoP Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation) - Same as Master Scale
SoP Lateral - 20
SoP Diff - 80
SoP Dampening - 0


Would be happy to hear what people have to say on these setups and any feedback to improve them would be great.

2stains
21-06-2015, 06:55
I'll give these a go tomorrow when my Fanatec GT2 arrives . Do u think I'll have to update my firmware from new? Have u been able to map your buttons were u want them? Over all are u happy with Fanatec and pcars . What needs improving. ?

Bunyip_McLuvin
21-06-2015, 07:57
Do u think I'll have to update my firmware from new?
You'll know if you need to update the firmware because the game will be glitchy and slow even before you get to the start screen.


Have u been able to map your buttons were u want them?
Mapping buttons was fine but you can't use Circle to go back after remapping. (Game wants every input to have a value which isn't possible on console)
Instead press "Start" then select "Options & Help" to return to the Options screen. From there you can press Circle.


Over all are u happy with Fanatec an pcars .
I wont lie that since the Day1 release it's been a test of will, patience and perseverance, Now I have the settings down and have good feedback through the wheel with no clipping its a great game.
Having a game that focuses on close racing is definitely a breath of fresh air.
The Gran Turismo and Forza games were good, but I've grown tired of just buying parts to make a car 100kmh faster than everything else on track and having an overtake rape-fest.
I'm currently racing on 70-80% difficulty but once I tune the cars properly, become more familiar with some new tracks and work on my race craft a little more I should be able to bump that to 90-100% in no time at all.

Looking forward to seeing just how far this game can go.

2stains
21-06-2015, 08:19
Thanks for that . I hope my GT2 will work with your settings . What was your firmware out of the box?

chase66down
21-06-2015, 11:09
Are the settings for a csw v2? The more one looks the more diverse the settings become, will try these out and let you know, thanks

GrimeyDog
21-06-2015, 12:50
Button Mapping.... Ive found that the Only Button the Game Makes Me Map is Emergency Brake!!!... thats the 1 Most of us Look Past because its a Sim... unless your Drifting you Never use the Emergency Brake.... I Have Even Re-Assigned the Clutch Pedal to a Different Function and Have No Assigned Button as a Clutch and Everything is Fine.

VBR
21-06-2015, 18:38
I've been putting off getting serious with Project CARS because I just can't be bothered to start tuning the FFB. I've only done a few laps in Practice Mode so far. I'll have to sit down soon & try your settings on my GT2.

Thanks for sharing!


:)

titou09
21-06-2015, 20:51
Bunyin, thanks for sharing
I also have a GT3RS2 and I'm still very disatisfied with my FFB setting after hours of trying to set it up..
I have a few question regarding your post
On the Wheel:
- Lin - OFF : On my wheel, this value goes from 0 to 100...
- ABS 85. I've read in many places on here that PC does not manage this kind of FFB...
On the per car setting, it seems that your setting is way different from J Spade regarding body scale, also what value do you have for:
- Body Stiffness
- Body Damping
Thanks

2stains
22-06-2015, 02:30
Hey Bunyip ,Just tried your settings, all seems good .☺ no clipping and seems like it has good feeling . Firmware was 681 out of box . Now 756 and game plays well . Thanks again for posting your settings. No need for fancy pdf files.

Bunyip_McLuvin
22-06-2015, 08:40
I have a few question regarding your post
On the Wheel:
- Lin - OFF : On my wheel, this value goes from 0 to 100...
- ABS 85. I've read in many places on here that PC does not manage this kind of FFB...
On the per car setting, it seems that your setting is way different from J Spade regarding body scale, also what value do you have for:
- Body Stiffness
- Body Damping
Thanks

Your right about the Lin scale being from 000 - 100.
Set Lin to - 000 (I will update OP)

When I first started playing PCars I also had no response with the ABS feedback.
I don't know how it happened but yesterday I found that the ABS Feedback was there under braking.

I have Body Stiffness and Dampening at 100.
(I will also add this to the Original Post)

Titzon Toast
22-06-2015, 09:51
I'm gonna try out these settings on my Turbo-S later on, I've nothing to lose.

vonb
23-06-2015, 16:11
After many hours spent using various guide templates and plenty of trial and error I think I've managed to come up with a couple decent setups.

If there are any people willing to try these out and give some feedback would be great.

FANATEC GT3 RS v2 WHEEL SETTINGS:

SEn - OFF
FF - 100
Sho - 100
dri - OFF
AbS - 85
Lin - 000
dEA - 000
SPr - 0
dPr - 0

GAME CALIBRATION SETTINGS:

Force Feedback - 100%
Tire Force - 70
Per Wheel Movement - 0.00
Per Wheel Movement Squared - 0.00
Wheel Positioning Smoothing - 0.04
Deadzone Removal Range - 0.10
Deadzone Removal Falloff - 0.10
Linkage Scale - 0.00
Linkage Stiffness - 1.00
Linkage Damping - 1.00
Relative Adjust Gain - 110
Relative Adjust Bleed - 0.15
Relative Adjust Clamp - 0.95
Scoop Knee - 0.70
Scoop Reduction - 0.15
Soft Clipping (Half Input) - 7.00
Soft Clipping (Full Output) - 10.00

CAR SETTINGS:
- I've been using the Jake Spade Fy+SoP Lateral Settings as my starting point.

http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?24055-Universal-FFB-Settings-for-PS4-XB1-Spreadsheet

From there I was able to come up with a couple generic templates of my own


SETUP A:
Good for an overall feel for all the forces at work

Master Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation)
Fx Scale - 100
Fy Scale - 100
Fz Scale - 100
Mz Scale - 100
Fx Smooth - 10
Fy Smooth - 0
Fz Smooth - 0
Mz Smooth - 0
Arm Angle - 1200/1500 (Raise or Lower depending on personal preference)
Body Scale - 20
Body Longitudinal Scale - 20
Body Stiffness - 100
Body Dampening - 100
SoP Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation) - Same as Master Scale
SoP Lateral - 100
SoP Diff - 100
SoP Dampening - 10


SETUP B:
Found This Setup gives a good feel for when the car is under/oversteering and makes it easier to correct

Master Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation)
Fx Scale - 40
Fy Scale - 60
Fz Scale - 140
Mz Scale - 140
Fx Smooth - 30
Fy Smooth - 10
Fz Smooth - 0
Mz Smooth - 0
Arm Angle - 1200 (Raise or Lower depending on personal preference)
Body Scale - 10
Body Longitudinal Scale - 10
Body Stiffness - 100
Body Dampening - 100
SoP Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation) - Same as Master Scale
SoP Lateral - 10
SoP Diff - 80
SoP Dampening - 0


SETUP C:
Works best Road Cars and gives a lighter feel

Master Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation)
Fx Scale - 60
Fy Scale - 60
Fz Scale - 80
Mz Scale - 80
Fx Smooth - 20
Fy Smooth - 10
Fz Smooth - 0
Mz Smooth - 0
Arm Angle - 1500 (Raise or Lower depending on personal preference)
Body Scale - 10
Body Longitudinal Scale - 10
Body Stiffness - 100
Body Dampening - 100
SoP Scale - (Jack Spade Recommendation) - Same as Master Scale
SoP Lateral - 20
SoP Diff - 80
SoP Dampening - 0


Would be happy to hear what people have to say on these setups and any feedback to improve them would be great.

How can you have NO CLIPPING with tireforce 70?

I also have a PS4 and a Fanatec GT3 RS V2 and tireforce above 30 results to clipping.

The only difference to your wheelsettings is, my Soft Clipping is set to 0.00

Deadzone Removal also is set to 0.00

Anyway i dont know why everybody talks about Deadzone Removal is important and needs to be checked with the Wheel Checker Tool.
I think this is bullshit, because i think Deadzone Removal is to remove the Deadzone if you still have Deadzone even you set Deadzone to 0.

If i set Deadzone Removal to others then 0, my wheel goes wild and hit strong to left and right.

Anyway, i will try your settings and give you feedback in a moment.

vonb
23-06-2015, 17:05
Wow i am impressed :D
Your wheelsettings really work.
Tireforce 70 and absolut no clipping.

Its because of the Soft Clipping Values.
I never touched this, so i could not go higher then tireforce 30.

And also the Deadzone Removal now makes sense.
With 0 Deadzone Removal the wheel starts rattle and shaking now.

But your car settings are totally strange. Very very different from Jack Spade.

I am already have my own, similar to Jack Spade.
But i will also give it a try.

Will give you feedback too.

vonb
23-06-2015, 19:37
I tested your car setup A now, but its not what i like.

I stay with my settings.

chase66down
23-06-2015, 20:08
Bunyip_McLuvin whatvdo have on board wheel force set to?

Gloomy
23-06-2015, 21:30
I still like Jacks settings better. The soft clipping settings here removed almost all the feedback, I'm not even sure what it does but i couldn't feel bumps and the wheel was really light. I don't want to sacrifice that much ffb just to remove all clipping. I'll deal with a little clipping.
It seems that those two soft clipping settings affect the feel quite a bit, I'm sure there's a sweet spot somewhere in the middle for me.

Bunyip_McLuvin
24-06-2015, 02:25
As we know there's over 40 adjustable options to go through that affect the way the Force Feedback is delivered.
I'm not saying that this is the ultimate setup but it's the closest I've been able to get without any major issues from the wheel.

If you guys could share what changes and suggestions you have I'd be happy to try them out and edit the OP if they work better than what i already have.

It would be great if we could come up with some settings that the devs could make the default feedback settings for when the wheel is detected for the first time and put into a future patch.
I know for me at least this would have removed hours of messing around in options menus which could have been better spent on the track.

xXDoc187Xx
24-06-2015, 05:18
GAME CALIBRATION SETTINGS:

Force Feedback - 100%
Tire Force - 100 felt too light
Per Wheel Movement - 0.00
Per Wheel Movement Squared - 0.00
Wheel Positioning Smoothing - 0.04
Deadzone Removal Range - 0.5 didn't need to change to 0.10 but 0 will still work
Deadzone Removal Falloff - 0.5 same here
Linkage Scale - 0.00
Linkage Stiffness - 1.00
Linkage Damping - 1.00
Relative Adjust Gain - 110
Relative Adjust Bleed - 0.15
Relative Adjust Clamp - 0.95
Scoop Knee - 0.70
Scoop Reduction - 0.15
Soft Clipping (Half Input) - 7.00
Soft Clipping (Full Output) - 10.00

But I'm not having any clipping no more and I'm using the Turbo S

geb69
24-06-2015, 05:45
Deadzone Removal Range - 0.5 didn't need to changeto 0.10 that but 0 will still work
Deadzone Removal Falloff - 0.5 same here

I think SMS implemented the deadzone thing wrong!
The range parameter should affect the wheel deadzone (on the target not the Input curve!) and be a proven constant for all other FFB settings (for fresh fanatec GT3 RS V2 to 9,5%=0.095!)

But now, with the tire force bug multiplying something too much, we see that this parameter could also be multiplied by 5 which would be totally impossible if implemented right because of fighting forces in the wheel against itself over that 9,5% (massive shaking on 0).

Bunyip_McLuvin
24-06-2015, 07:16
if the settings are feeling weak, then have a go at lowering the arm angle in your car settings.
I found that lowering the arm angle stiffened up the overall feel of the wheel.
some cars I found lowering from 1500 to 1200 gave a nicer feel.

vonb
25-06-2015, 14:19
I need to correct my opinion to Bunyip McLuvin's Wheel Calibration settings

As i tested a few other cars, than the Ruf RGT-8, i found out, that they are not really driveable. Especially the Ford Escort RS 1600.
I tried many car settings, but nothing worked.

In the meanwhile i had a short conversation with Jack Spade. He says i messed up the car physics with some of my settings.
So i decided to reset all my settings and start from the beginning.

Now i made it to find some setting with FFB 100 and Tireforce 100 and NO Clipping (maybe sometimes very little in extreme driving situations)

I tested many cars (not all) with the Jack Spade 66& Lateral and they all worked.
Maybe for some is little bit to soft, for some maybe little bit to strong.

But its easy now to optimize it by yourself, like Jack Spade recommends, by increasing or decreasing the "SpindleMasterScale" and "SoP Scale" in the same amount.

Here my Wheel Calibration Settings:
Force Feedback to 100
Tireforce to 100
Per Wheel Movement 0.00
Per Wheel Movement Squared 0.00
Wheel Smooting 0.04
Deadzone Removal Range 0.00
Deadzone Removal Falloff 0.02
Linkage Scale 0.00
Linkage Stiffness 1.00
Linkage Damping 1.00
Relative Adjust Gain 1.10
Relative Adjust Bleed 0.10
Relative Adjust Clamp 0.95
Scoop Knee 0.70
Scoop Reduction 0.15
Soft Clipping (Half Input) 2.50
Soft Clipping (Full Input) 0.00

Now use Jack Spade's 66% Lateral Settings

Gloomy
25-06-2015, 19:20
I need to correct my opinion to Bunyip McLuvin's Wheel Calibration settings

As i tested a few other cars, than the Ruf RGT-8, i found out, that they are not really driveable. Especially the Ford Escort RS 1600.
I tried many car settings, but nothing worked.

In the meanwhile i had a short conversation with Jack Spade. He says i messed up the car physics with some of my settings.
So i decided to reset all my settings and start from the beginning.

Now i made it to find some setting with FFB 100 and Tireforce 100 and NO Clipping (maybe sometimes very little in extreme driving situations)

I tested many cars (not all) with the Jack Spade 66& Lateral and they all worked.
Maybe for some is little bit to soft, for some maybe little bit to strong.

But its easy now to optimize it by yourself, like Jack Spade recommends, by increasing or decreasing the "SpindleMasterScale" and "SoP Scale" in the same amount.

Here my Wheel Calibration Settings:
Force Feedback to 100
Tireforce to 100
Per Wheel Movement 0.00
Per Wheel Movement Squared 0.00
Wheel Smooting 0.04
Deadzone Removal Range 0.00
Deadzone Removal Falloff 0.02
Linkage Scale 0.00
Linkage Stiffness 1.00
Linkage Damping 1.00
Relative Adjust Gain 1.10
Relative Adjust Bleed 0.10
Relative Adjust Clamp 0.95
Scoop Knee 0.70
Scoop Reduction 0.15
Soft Clipping (Half Input) 2.50
Soft Clipping (Full Input) 0.00

Now use Jack Spade's 66% Lateral Settings

These settings felt pretty good to me, I need to test it out with more cars, I've only tried one car so far, but it was closer to what I'm looking for compared to my own settings which were more stiff and alot of clipping.

srodrigo31
26-06-2015, 23:22
Don't you have the carr too loose on straights? I have that problem using the Turbo S

vonb
27-06-2015, 10:40
Don't you have the carr too loose on straights? I have that problem using the Turbo S

You are right, some of the cars are little bit loose on the straights, but others feel pretty good.
For me its ok, because if you accelerate on a straigth, the weight of the car is on the back and the front is little bit loose.
So it feels like in real life.

vonb
27-06-2015, 11:31
These settings felt pretty good to me, I need to test it out with more cars, I've only tried one car so far, but it was closer to what I'm looking for compared to my own settings which were more stiff and alot of clipping.

I am already tested ALL the cars and made some adjustments to the Jack Spade settings.

Here is my file with this settings for ALL cars.

Gloomy
27-06-2015, 13:29
I am already tested ALL the cars and made some adjustments to the Jack Spade settings.

Here is my file with this settings for ALL cars.

Thanks

Titzon Toast
27-06-2015, 17:29
I am already tested ALL the cars and made some adjustments to the Jack Spade settings.

Here is my file with this settings for ALL cars.

Thank you for this, I'll be trying these settings out on my Turbo-S later on.
I'll pop back in with some (hopefully positive) feedback afterwards.
Thanks again.

Bunyip_McLuvin
27-06-2015, 19:20
I like your work!
I'll give this a go tomorrow as see how it feels

Zeke Bewlay
28-06-2015, 12:23
Well I'm impressed that FFb no longer maxes out as in default settings. Thanks

L

I need to correct my opinion to Bunyip McLuvin's Wheel Calibration settings

As i tested a few other cars, than the Ruf RGT-8, i found out, that they are not really driveable. Especially the Ford Escort RS 1600.
I tried many car settings, but nothing worked.

In the meanwhile i had a short conversation with Jack Spade. He says i messed up the car physics with some of my settings.
So i decided to reset all my settings and start from the beginning.

Now i made it to find some setting with FFB 100 and Tireforce 100 and NO Clipping (maybe sometimes very little in extreme driving situations)

I tested many cars (not all) with the Jack Spade 66& Lateral and they all worked.
Maybe for some is little bit to soft, for some maybe little bit to strong.

But its easy now to optimize it by yourself, like Jack Spade recommends, by increasing or decreasing the "SpindleMasterScale" and "SoP Scale" in the same amount.

Here my Wheel Calibration Settings:
Force Feedback to 100
Tireforce to 100
Per Wheel Movement 0.00
Per Wheel Movement Squared 0.00
Wheel Smooting 0.04
Deadzone Removal Range 0.00
Deadzone Removal Falloff 0.02
Linkage Scale 0.00
Linkage Stiffness 1.00
Linkage Damping 1.00
Relative Adjust Gain 1.10
Relative Adjust Bleed 0.10
Relative Adjust Clamp 0.95
Scoop Knee 0.70
Scoop Reduction 0.15
Soft Clipping (Half Input) 2.50
Soft Clipping (Full Input) 0.00

Now use Jack Spade's 66% Lateral Settings

2stains
01-07-2015, 23:48
Bunyip McLuvin i think your setups the best ive used on my Fanatec GT2 .i spend 70+ hours with car setups with controller only to get to 80% difficulty. Now 3 hours in with my wheel and your setup I'm at 90% and qualifying 1st by .5 of a second with cars set to default i just have tyre force 100. I think i will be watching for your settings post 2.0 patch to fix SMS ffb setting if all the pc users are correct. Cheers mate . I'll be watching. �fyi people are copying your settings and posting them as theirs or have just come up with the same result.�

Zeke Bewlay
02-07-2015, 10:29
Bunyip McLuvin i think your setups the best ive used on my Fanatec GT2 .i spend 70+ hours with car setups with controller only to get to 80% difficulty. Now 3 hours in with my wheel and your setup I'm at 90% and qualifying 1st by .5 of a second with cars set to default i just have tyre force 100. I think i will be watching for your settings post 2.0 patch to fix SMS ffb setting if all the pc users are correct. Cheers mate . I'll be watching. �fyi people are copying your settings and posting them as theirs or have just come up with the same result.�

Oh god do we have to do this all over again after 2.0!!!!!!!

xXDoc187Xx
08-07-2015, 02:15
I reset my wheel then recalibrated everything but FFB left everything as is

Tire Force 100
Wheel Position Smoothing 0.04
Deadzone Removal Falloff 0.01
Linkage Stiffness 1.00
Linkage Damping 1.00
Relative Adjust Gain 0.98
Relative Adjust Bleed 0.10
Relative Adjust Clamp 0.96
Scoop Knee 0.70
Scoop Reduction 0.15

Anything I didn't mention is 0.00
All I can say is the FFB is way stronger and there is some clipping at 90 on different tracks i.e Brands Hatch. But overall it feels way better than that mess SMS called Patch 1.5.

2stains
25-07-2015, 02:54
If people haven't tired Bunyip Mcluvin's setup after patch 2.0 . They should . Everything is there . I've tried everyone's settings and nothing is as good as this in my opinion. Only thing i changed was my wheel settings ff down to 70 and dri to 3 . This is on ps4 and Fanatec GT2 wheel .

FACT0RY PIL0T
14-08-2015, 21:08
You know ive tried 2 diffrent platforms, and 2 diffrent wheels with all kinds of settings, and it makes me wonder if anyone who works on the FFB programing has even driven a car? Seriously you dont see them cuming on the forum at least I've seen yet saying hey guys try these base settings with this wheel or that wheel on such and such platform.

I even had the chance to try it out on ps4 now a bunch, and what is with the feeling around the middle first part of the ffb? Ill say it its total garbage!! If you dont think so there Dev give me settings that get rid of the artificial ledge in the middle of it!

2stains
27-11-2015, 04:00
Still very good setting in OP for my GT2 after patch 6.0.

Any new tweeks Bunyip Mcluvin ?

EDIT .OP SETTINGS DONT WORK AFTER A RESET WITH TRIANGLE BUTTON .

gotdirt410sprintcar
27-11-2015, 06:18
This what i got for now FFB in game 75, pwm -5 pwms +5 smoothing 4
FFB 80 ON WHeel TF 75 deadzone 0 falloff 6. RA's gain 1.20 bleed .025 clamp .060 scoop knee 45, reduction 16. soft half 60 full 1.29. menu 0 cox spring 1.00 sat spring 0.90 steering gain 1.00. And i use jack spade in car settings i dont turn on anything on the wheel. I seen somewhere that it's not a good idea to do that. I have a gt3rs i like to see if you would give it a try and give me your feed back. i think a 100 on all the in car settings is way to much IMO still working on mine but it be nice for someone to try it out fo some feedback

2stains
27-11-2015, 12:53
I will give it a go .

gotdirt410sprintcar
27-11-2015, 15:00
No I have not but maybe I have before thought not sure lol

2stains
28-11-2015, 04:49
I Just reset my wheel , triangle button , and op settings don't work anymore.

2stains
28-11-2015, 05:02
This what i got for now FFB in game 75, pwm -5 pwms +5 smoothing 4
FFB 80 ON WHeel TF 75 deadzone 0 falloff 6. RA's gain 1.20 bleed .025 clamp .060 scoop knee 45, reduction 16. soft half 60 full 1.29. menu 0 cox spring 1.00 sat spring 0.90 steering gain 1.00. And i use jack spade in car settings i dont turn on anything on the wheel. I seen somewhere that it's not a good idea to do that. I have a gt3rs i like to see if you would give it a try and give me your feed back. i think a 100 on all the in car settings is way to much IMO still working on mine but it be nice for someone to try it out fo some feedback
Ok after a reset , yep these work pretty nicely.