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Pr3t3nd3r
18-04-2016, 16:00
Hey guys!

I am just curious if you have any FFB or rumble effect while driving a car on the straight line? I really do miss a rumble effect while driving in a straight line :(

Is it just a problem related to my controller (xbox360 pad) or it's how it's designed? It's strange that controller FFB is dead on straight lines...

Thanks for you replies! ;)

kevin kirk
18-04-2016, 17:12
I got a xbox one controller on xbox one and I had to turn force feed back down to about 5 or 10. Dam thing would bounce across the table is you laid it down with the car moving on a straight away with default setting. Turn up your force feedback slider on the control option page and see want happins.

Pr3t3nd3r
18-04-2016, 17:14
I got a xbox one controller on xbox one and I had to turn force feed back down to about 5 or 10. Dam thing would bounce across they table is you laid it down with the car moving on a straight away with default setting. Turn up your force feedback slider on the control option page and see want happins.

I have everything set to 100 and nothing happens on the straight lines :( I can feel only crashes, huge bounces and curbs. But when I go on the straight line nothing happens. It doesn't give any force feedback :(

Pr3t3nd3r
18-04-2016, 17:20
BTW...why is damper saturation locked?

Jussi Viljami Karjalainen
18-04-2016, 17:29
BTW...why is damper saturation locked?Because it's only relevant for wheels. =)

kevin kirk
18-04-2016, 17:32
I have everything set to 100 and nothing happens on the straight lines :( I can feel only crashes, huge bounces and curbs. But when I go on the straight line nothing happens. It doesn't give any force feedback :(......sorry force forceback was the wrong word for me to use. Vibration is what I should have said.

Pr3t3nd3r
18-04-2016, 17:41
......sorry force forceback was the wrong word for me to use. Vibration is what I should have said.

I think there is no option for vibration :D Only force feedback :D

kevin kirk
18-04-2016, 18:34
I think there is no option for vibration :D Only force feedback :D...the slider is label force feed back, on controller game play it acts as turn up or down vibration slider on my xbox one controller.Its on the controller options adjustment page

hkraft300
19-04-2016, 10:25
Try Jack Spade's bumpy ffb settings. They'll work on gamepads too.

Pr3t3nd3r
19-04-2016, 22:21
Try Jack Spade's bumpy ffb settings. They'll work on gamepads too.


Tnx for the info! Can you please tell me where to find it? :)

Pr3t3nd3r
19-04-2016, 22:28
Tnx for the info! Can you please tell me where to find it? :)

Nvm...found it! ;)

hkraft300
20-04-2016, 02:02
Personally I prefer the 66%
But punch in a few different settings see how you go.