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20-01-2016, 18:45
Hi all. I have recently bought a thrustmaster T150 and was wondering if there should be feed back when driving over bumps and kerbs? Have tried couple of setting changes but no effect?

20-01-2016, 19:00
This could be a good place to start the search FFB (http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?22938-Jack-Spade-FFB-Tweaker-Files).

24-01-2016, 10:20
Hey Guys, I got the best setting for the Thrustmaster T150 for me so far. After almost 2 whole days of trying, i figured it out!! I hope it works for you, too. Please let me know!!!

In this setup you can feel all the bumps, kerbs, grass..almost everything that you want to feel from the car and the track. It works perfect for me!

Before you start, you have to change the wheel to 900 degrees of rotation. You can do that by holding the mode button and pressing the left or right buttons on the D-pad until the red light glows 4 times in a row.

Now, here is my setup!

To get tge right feel for all cars you need to change the setup for each car. I did that in training mode.

For the right setup you can check out this website:

Now the setuo for the wheel.
Wheel: Thrustmaster T150

My setup.

Steering Deadzone (0)
Steering Sensitivity (50)
Throttle Deadzone (0)
Throttle Sensitity (50)
Brake Deadzone (0)
Brake Sensitity (40)
Clutch Deadzone (0)
Clutch Sensititvy (35)

Speed Snesitivity (0)
Controller Filtering Sensitivity (0)
Damper Saturation (0)

Force Feedback (85) you can increase or lower it!
RPM/Gear Display (Yes)

Controller Input Mode (3)
Advanced (On)
Sot Steering Dampening (On)
Visual Wheel Filtering (On)
Opposite Lock Help (Off)


Tire Force (35)
Per Wheel Movement (0)
Per Wheel Movement Squared (0)
Wheel Position Smoothing (0.04)

Deadzone Removal Range (0.00)
Deadzone Removal Falloff (0.01)

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 (0.60)
Scoop Reduction (0.15)

Soft Clipping Half Input (0)
Soft Clipping Full Output (0)

Menu spring strength (0.10)
Low speed spring coefficient (0.70)
Low spring speed saturation (0.70)
Steering gain (1.75)*

I hope you'll enjoy it and please give me feedback!


24-01-2016, 12:50
You'd probably want jack Spade's ffb set per car too.
He's got ones for extra kerb feel.
I apply the SoP settings for extra feedback from the rear end and I get better feel from the controller vibrations. It makes it that much easier to control throttle.