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Rudolph523
03-10-2015, 19:00
hey guys i have the new g920 and i was hoping that there are some good setting i can use, as i am nit that great with setting up a wheel. i had my tx set up with the help of the jack spades settings but dont know if that is also good to use on the g920, as the wheels are very different. and pcars is so complex when it come to wheel settings that i need help in order to get it set up properly.

deathtrapp
04-10-2015, 02:29
hey guys i have the new g920 and i was hoping that there are some good setting i can use, as i am nit that great with setting up a wheel. i had my tx set up with the help of the jack spades settings but dont know if that is also good to use on the g920, as the wheels are very different. and pcars is so complex when it come to wheel settings that i need help in order to get it set up properly.

+1 - just picked up this wheel today so any advice is appreciated

2pfspiff
04-10-2015, 05:33
Try the jack spade settings and give it a try. The worst that can happen is you don't like it. The only thing you may have to deal with is the center dead zone that seems to notorious with the G920 wheels. For the most part I think the FFB settings are universal.

2pfspiff
04-10-2015, 06:12
Try this FFB set up. It is for the G29 on the PS4 version of Pcars, but it should still work for the XB1. (http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?40327-G29-PS4-QUICK-inital-setup)

FAHound
04-10-2015, 08:35
hey guys i have the new g920 and i was hoping that there are some good setting i can use, as i am nit that great with setting up a wheel. i had my tx set up with the help of the jack spades settings but dont know if that is also good to use on the g920, as the wheels are very different. and pcars is so complex when it come to wheel settings that i need help in order to get it set up properly.

I've had mine about a week now - here's my suggestions.

Leave everything as standard on the calibrate ffb screen. Since the last update, I have preferred the standard settings. When calibrating the brake, do not push to the floor if you have the stiff pedal, instead go to about 40% if wearing socks, 50% for shoes. The forum chaps helped out there, I was nearly going to send the wheel back because of the brake but these settings help. Socks seem to work best, lol. ABS off.

In car settings, raise the master to about 40ish, lower MZ to about 75 (depending on how stiff you like the wheel to be when turning), everything else standard. This will raise the ffb feel, let's the wheel turn easier into corners (in relation to the higher master rating), and helps with the oscillating and dead zone issues with higher rated cars. I haven't checked whether this clips or not, it probably does, I just like the feel.

Use at least two fingers to change gears. I have a blood blister on my index finger and others have actually bled because of the poor finish and thin metal on the paddles. They're like little blades, so be careful if a child uses the wheel.

That's about it, congratulations on getting your new wheel, I really like it.