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TheGroom
13-07-2015, 12:03
Hi all,

Yes i've tried all of the ffb tweaks (jacks) and ffb settings but this game is seriously broken if you can't use a dfgt. I have a 900 degree wheel that seems to need to be set to 180 for any handling in one car, 720 in another.

when are the developers going to fix this problem

Denco
13-07-2015, 12:54
I own DFGT and simply love it :)

Might be yours is broken or damaged?

CCS86
13-07-2015, 13:17
Fix what problem? "for any handling" isn't an actual description of a problem.

I run a DFGT, and while there is still a bug in the FFB causing extreme clipping, and require a lot of settings tweaking to avoid it, it is still very much playable.

You have a 900* wheel. Set it to 900* and play. did you do the in-game wheel calibration? Did you do it right?

Mahjik
13-07-2015, 13:17
Have you tried the following thread?

http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?33699-Temporary-solution-for-FFB-BUG-Logitech-DFGT-(possibly-G25-G27-too)

GTsimms
13-07-2015, 13:18
Try

Jack Spade (66% SopLateral and <value DisableSlowSpring="false" />)
Wheel Settings DFGT
900 DOR
100 OES
0 SES
0 DES
Check 0 CSS
Check Allow Game

Ingame (66% SopLateral with <value DisableSlowSpring="false" />)
Calibration 99/900
FFB 100
Tire Force (8-11) with non-stock DFGT motor
Deadzone Removal Range .05
Relative Adjust Gain 1.10
Relative Adjust Bleed 0.10
Relative Adjust Clamp 0.95
Scoop Knee .70
Scoop Reduction .15
Soft Half 1.29
Soft Full 1.10

Roger Prynne
13-07-2015, 13:36
Yeah there are a lot of happy DFGT players here after a bit of tweaking.

TheGroom
13-07-2015, 13:45
I'll have a look at the stuff there guys cheers. I've played many racing sims and do know how to do the setup! :D

one guide/workaround (Temporary solution for FFB BUG: Logitech DFGT) lowering the tyre values stopped the arm breaking centre spring (disabled in windows) but gave that lovely driving on ice feeling, no grip - no direction.

surely dfgt should work ootb :D is anyone playing acronym bingo?

And surely the game shouldn't be "playable" after serious tweaks and 3rd party mods, looking at the treads this issue has been here for a long time back into the alpha but just for this wheel?

Mahjik
13-07-2015, 13:58
one guide/workaround (Temporary solution for FFB BUG: Logitech DFGT) lowering the tyre values stopped the arm breaking centre spring (disabled in windows) but gave that lovely driving on ice feeling, no grip - no direction.


Try raising the Tire Force but lowering the Relative Gain and Clamp values (as well as Scoop Knee value).

TheGroom
13-07-2015, 14:03
gtsims settings have let me finally complete a lap of of oulton park (which i've driven in sports and single seaters a couple of time) but with so little ffb it's like playing an old atari game :D i'll keep tweaking until it gets fixed.

Cheers for the tweaks guys, i was near but oh so far away :D

GTsimms
13-07-2015, 14:32
gtsims settings have let me finally complete a lap of of oulton park (which i've driven in sports and single seaters a couple of time) but with so little ffb it's like playing an old atari game :D i'll keep tweaking until it gets fixed.

Cheers for the tweaks guys, i was near but oh so far away :D

The only setting, that you should adjust now is Tire Force.

TheGroom
13-07-2015, 15:10
you must all be weaklings!!!! tyre force on 38 give a bit of feedback but minimal ffb on all cars

GTsimms
13-07-2015, 17:01
you must all be weaklings!!!! tyre force on 38 give a bit of feedback but minimal ffb on all cars

Mine is non-STOCK DFGT Motor

Denco
13-07-2015, 19:52
I have TireForce set to 20 and deadzone removal range to 0.05. Using Jack Spades's Standard-Classic profile I have a proper feedback that is telling how my car is behaving although I don't feel any bumps when driving on straits, but at least I have no clipping.