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Parrappa
20-11-2015, 10:14
I've played a lot of driving games, with a controller and with a steering wheels but nothing feels as good as this when you nail the correct setup with the Thrustmaster T300RS wheel. It's like bathing in a pool of White Russian with all the Victoria Secret Angels, heaven!!

mjemec11
21-11-2015, 04:40
Care to shate these perfect settings?

chickano
22-11-2015, 11:30
please share your settings

GOESREALFAST455
22-11-2015, 11:40
Please share your settings if relative to G29 with PS4

McKiernan
22-11-2015, 13:30
There are no general perfect settings, forcefeedback is too subjective.

LordDRIFT
23-11-2015, 16:42
There are no general perfect settings, forcefeedback is too subjective.

I'm pretty sure everyone knows this... Doesn't mean you wont enjoy someone else's settings , especially when they are as enthusiastic as this dude's.

McKiernan
23-11-2015, 17:32
I'm pretty sure everyone knows this... Doesn't mean you wont enjoy someone else's settings , especially when they are as enthusiastic as this dude's.

That is very true, mayhaps a quick search would point people towards threads where forcefeedback settings are discussed at length like the sticky at the top of this subforum for instance http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?24055-Universal-FFB-Settings-for-PS4-XB1-Spreadsheet

M-Bimmer
24-11-2015, 14:34
I've played a lot of driving games, with a controller and with a steering wheels but nothing feels as good as this when you nail the correct setup with the Thrustmaster T300RS wheel. It's like bathing in a pool of White Russian with all the Victoria Secret Angels, heaven!!

Curiosity kills the cat.
Care to share the correct setup? otherwise, this thread is worthless...

Haiden
25-11-2015, 03:47
I've played a lot of driving games, with a controller and with a steering wheels but nothing feels as good as this when you nail the correct setup with the Thrustmaster T300RS wheel. It's like bathing in a pool of White Russian with all the Victoria Secret Angels, heaven!!

I agree. I've got my T300 dialed in to my personal perfection, and PCars has become like digital crack. :)

Here's my current global setup:

Force Feedback = 100
Tire Force = 65

Deadzone Removal Range = 0.10
Deadzone Removeal Falloff = 0.02 (+5 additional clicks to the right)

Relative Adjust Gain = 1.10
Relative Adjust Bleed = 0.08
Relative Adjust Clamp = 0.95

Scoop Knee = 0.89
Scoop Reduction = 0.39

Menu Spring Strength = 0.25
Low Speed Coefficient = 0.75
Low Speed Spring Saturation = 0.60

Steering Gain = 1.00

Throttle Deadzone = 10
Throttle Sensitivity = 35

Brake Deadzone = 6
Brake Sensitivity = 40

I was using Jack Spade in-car settings, and usually start with the Master and SoP Scales set to 30, then raise/lower it if needed, depending on the car. Between 28-32 seems to be my preferred range.

Some people prefer setups that are more TF influenced. So if you want to compare (or already know that's your preference), try changing the FF/TF balance to 75/90. The wheel will feel a bit smoother, but, IMO, the smoothness is a result of there being less dynamic range in the FFB, and it just feels numb/bland to me.

Another thing I've started doing is running the same in-car FFB settings for all cars. I took Jack Spade's list and narrowed it down to just the cars that truly fit my driving style. Then I took the average of those scale values and tested them out in my favorite car, making whatever tweaks were needed (just a few minor scale adjustments). I now use those in-car FFB settings for all cars. I like this for two reasons. One, it's easier to enjoy the game, because I don't have to look anything up anymore to get started in a car. After entering the settings a few times, I had them memorized. And two, because all cars are using the same FFB settings, I can feel the mechanical difference between cars much better, because the FFB is fixed--like the physics of the real world--and only the mechanical spec of the car changes. It a preference thing, but my feeling is... FFB both global and in-car is how the game communicates/simulates real world physics. The physics in the real word don't change, so why should my FFB?

chickano
25-11-2015, 07:55
I think the OP be trollin'

Parrappa
26-11-2015, 11:18
Haha I'm not trolling, just wanted to use that analogy to post my happiness. I've only just started playing really and this was with the BAC mono and mostly with Jack Spades configuration, some very slight personal differences.

Since that post, my exuberance for the game has waned a little bit, not overly enjoyed all the karting and the historical races in the Mark1 Escort, couldn't really get the right setup in either. Driving the Caterham is awesome though and now contemplating doing a 24hr Le mans. Is there a pause session for 24hr races? I would worry putting the PS4 in rest mode, the wheel calibration might mess up.

Invincible
26-11-2015, 11:33
Is there a pause session for 24hr races? I would worry putting the PS4 in rest mode, the wheel calibration might mess up.

Unfortunately, there is no save option during a race yet. :(

Parrappa
26-11-2015, 12:09
I didn't think I could see anyway of saving the session, I was hoping I was wrong and this wasn't the dark ages of GT5

LordDRIFT
02-12-2015, 20:25
...Since that post, my exuberance for the game has waned a little bit...,.

Sounds about right.

Human_bean
03-12-2015, 06:32
I got so frustrated with messing around with the ffb that i quit playing for about a month and came back fresh with settings to default and it's been great actually enjoying racing instead of wasting my time trying to perfect the ffb for each and every car.