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Marvsche97
02-03-2016, 17:30
Hello guys,
I started a new thread here because i don't know what to do. Since 2 or 3 months I am trying to get the best force feedback settings for my Thrustmaster T150 but it never really feels right to me. It doesn't feel like I am driving a real racing car. The best settings so far for me were these :

For the right setup for each car I used this website:
http://pcars.oscarolim.pt/

Now the setup for the 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 (90)
RPM/Gear Display (Yes)

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

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Tire Force (178)
Per Wheel Movement (0)
Per Wheel Movement Squared (0)
Wheel Position Smoothing (0)

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 (1.00)
Relative Adjust Bleed (0.10)
Relative Adjust Clamp (0.90)

Scoop Knee (1,00)
Scoop Reduction (0.18)

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

Menu spring strength (0)
Low speed spring coefficient (0.65)
Low spring speed saturation (0.65)
Steering gain (0.18)

These settings are the best for me, after i tried again, again and again.. I posted already another setting but i worked it over, but i don't get it "real".

In this forum I read very much about people trying to get the best feeling for their T150 but nobody got it right either.
So now i think that we all should help each other to get the best setting for our T 150.

Please share it!!

Tachograf
03-03-2016, 07:23
First of all I would like to thank you for sharing your T150 FF settings :)

Try my settings:

- reset wheel settings
- calibrate your wheel in game with 4 blinks (900 degrees)
- force feedback 100 (your steering deadzone etc. settings are good)
- tire force 43 (rest of ForceFeedBack settings leave default)
- use "Classic" settings for each car from http://pcars.oscarolim.pt/

I tried lot of settings and I think this one is the best for now because game telemetry tells me the force feedback isn't too strong. I can feel almost every bump, kerb and all of the important feelings ;)

In order to check the settings try to attack kerbs and offroad at low speed ;)

Crisis Nine
03-03-2016, 08:49
Interesting Marvsche97, I used your older settings that you posted in the Technical Help forum and felt that they improved the feel of the T150 massively. Having compared them to your setings above I can see that you've changed them further since then, why did you make the change? Were you not happy with the older settings? Have you tried going back to them to see if it helps?

Marvsche97
03-03-2016, 13:21
Hey Crisis Nine,
I liked them but It felt like there is something missing. The turning seemed way too heavy and I didn't feel the rear end.
Maybe I try it again and give a deeper look into it.
Do my old settings work fine for you?
I don't know what to do.. It annoys me! I just want to play the game at a high reality level an have fun.
But I don't get it right..

Marvsche97
03-03-2016, 13:23
Thanks Tachograf, i'm going to try it out.
Maybe we should work our settings together to get the best setting.

Crisis Nine
03-03-2016, 15:35
Hey Crisis Nine,
I liked them but It felt like there is something missing. The turning seemed way too heavy and I didn't feel the rear end.
Maybe I try it again and give a deeper look into it.
Do my old settings work fine for you?
I don't know what to do.. It annoys me! I just want to play the game at a high reality level an have fun.
But I don't get it right..

They were very well for me, I agree that the back end is the only thing that doesn't come across really clearly in those settings, but they were a hell of a lot better than the stock settings for feel. I think this T150 just needs a lot of work to feel nice. I had a T100 before this and it was fairly good on the stock settings but the T150 just felt really heavy and sluggish, I didn't enjoy it at all until I used your original settings. I hope you get it sorted.

Marvsche97
03-03-2016, 18:03
Okay, I'm glad that you like it the way it is. I will try to find the right setting to feel the rear a bit more. But now I have a problem. Last night I tried to set the wheel to 900 degree. After I tried a couple of different force feedback settings, the wheel is really heavy while turning in the calibration menu. Can you tell me why? I disconnected it and also set all sliders to standard.

Crisis Nine
03-03-2016, 20:35
That's a new one on me. What menu spring strength have you got it set to?

Marvsche97
04-03-2016, 16:36
Menu spring strenght was set to 1.00 and then i set it to 0.
Since then i can't calibrate the wheel. If I'd try to turn as hard as I can I would brake the wheel.

sifupooh
15-09-2016, 14:11
Hello guys,
I started a new thread here because i don't know what to do. Since 2 or 3 months I am trying to get the best force feedback settings for my Thrustmaster T150 but it never really feels right to me. It doesn't feel like I am driving a real racing car. The best settings so far for me were these :

For the right setup for each car I used this website:


Now the setup for the 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 (90)
RPM/Gear Display (Yes)

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

====================================

Tire Force (178)
Per Wheel Movement (0)
Per Wheel Movement Squared (0)
Wheel Position Smoothing (0)

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 (1.00)
Relative Adjust Bleed (0.10)
Relative Adjust Clamp (0.90)

Scoop Knee (1,00)
Scoop Reduction (0.18)

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

Menu spring strength (0)
Low speed spring coefficient (0.65)
Low spring speed saturation (0.65)
Steering gain (0.18)

These settings are the best for me, after i tried again, again and again.. I posted already another setting but i worked it over, but i don't get it "real".

In this forum I read very much about people trying to get the best feeling for their T150 but nobody got it right either.
So now i think that we all should help each other to get the best setting for our T 150.

Please share it!!
new to the game. I've been using Marvsche97 settings from an earlier thread (of which I cannot link to b/c low post count) except i recently moved tire force up to 98. FFB at 80 taking into account what Czowa said in a post with an answer from Thrustmaster Technical Support "Project Cars is one of the racing games that generates one of the most powerful FFB effects. Consequently we recommend you to add a value to the steering dead-zone (do not leave it on 0) and reduce the FFB at about 70-80." My steering deadzone is at 0

Olijke Poffer
19-04-2017, 11:54
I use the settings from Marvsche97 as well except the FFB is set to 100 and the wheelforce to 35. Works perfect for me. Although when driving straight I can turn the wheel a few degrees left and right without feeling the wheels. Steering deadzone set to 1.