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RobPhoboS
27-09-2017, 12:48
I've seen you can dial it up or down but as a quick reference, bigger number is more or less of it ?

Bealdor
27-09-2017, 12:50
Bigger number -> more wheelspin allowed -> less TC

Casey Ringley
27-09-2017, 12:52
The eel has it.

FWIW, that ICM number should be showing a % value. 10% TC slip (or 0.10 in ICM values) means the driven wheels are allowed to spin 10% faster than the car is travelling before the system will interfere and cut power.

RobPhoboS
27-09-2017, 13:40
Thank you, at first I thought the lower number did mean more TC but for some reason on another race it didn't quite feel like that.
Good know for sure now :)

bmanic
27-09-2017, 14:11
The confusing part is the actual Traction Control activation key itself.. you can press it 3 times. First message: "Traction control on", second message: "Traction control on", third message: "Traction control off". Yeah.. bad design, I know. Hopefully it gets fixed.

So, can somebody confirm which one of these messages is the High/Low setting and which one of these corresponds to the ICM or car setup menu % ?

Same question (and same bad design) for ABS.

RobPhoboS
28-10-2017, 10:48
Just to come back to this.

Why does it always default to 0.09 ?
I want it set to half 0.5 - every bloody time I have to change it, for practice, qualifying and race !

MJP
28-10-2017, 11:48
Just to come back to this.

Why does it always default to 0.09 ?
I want it set to half 0.5 - every bloody time I have to change it, for practice, qualifying and race !

Change it in the setup then, the ICM is for on the fly adjustments.

RobPhoboS
28-10-2017, 11:52
Change it in the setup then, the ICM is for on the fly adjustments.

Where is that set-up specifically ?
Is that global or per car ? I just want it globally for now.

Bealdor
28-10-2017, 11:57
Where is that set-up specifically ?
Is that global or per car ? I just want it globally for now.

Per car.

Dynomight Motorsports
28-10-2017, 13:09
Is i possible to add an Adjustable electronic Diff in the future, like F1 has?

Gav88888
28-10-2017, 13:10
A 0-10 scale makes sense on the settings, but it keeps going and going, it doesn't seem to make much difference after 10-15.

cassito
28-10-2017, 15:19
Am I the only one here who prefers that holding the button, the number goes up or down instead of clicking one by one? Could change this in future patch?

RobPhoboS
28-10-2017, 16:51
Am I the only one here who prefers that holding the button, the number goes up or down instead of clicking one by one? Could change this in future patch?

Yep I agree.
It's frustrating to keep tapping the controller whilst I'm trying to drive.

RobPhoboS
31-10-2017, 15:07
Change it in the setup then, the ICM is for on the fly adjustments.

Now that I've had a play in that section, it's ok and very simple to do.
I just leave it on stable set up and adjust that bit and save it. Quite handy as some cars are more crazy than others.