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    WheelCheck program shows different SteeringFFBoffset ( DFGT )

    So I'm trying to set the correct Deadzone removal range but the WheelCheck is always showing different results. Sometimes its 3%, 9% etc...

    What do you guys use for the DFGT wheel. The Jack's guide says 0.40 - 0.50 but that's way to high for me. If I set it to 30 and leave FFB at 100% then even at 1% tire force the wheel feels very stiff.

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    Are you doing it with the wheel dead straight, mine would give a different figure if it was skewed one way or the other, do it about 3 or 4 times and take the average.
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    Yea its centered. I can't get an average reading since its all over the place.

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    Have you tried at 0%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charger View Post
    Have you tried at 0%
    Currently I have it set to 0.05 which works very good for the most part. But I rarely feel anything when my wheel is centered.

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    just crank it up in 0.01 increments until it gets close enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denco View Post
    So I'm trying to set the correct Deadzone removal range but the WheelCheck is always showing different results. Sometimes its 3%, 9% etc...

    What do you guys use for the DFGT wheel. The Jack's guide says 0.40 - 0.50 but that's way to high for me. If I set it to 30 and leave FFB at 100% then even at 1% tire force the wheel feels very stiff. y
    i think you are putting in the wrong number it should 0.04-0.05 not 0.40-0.50

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    Quote Originally Posted by clymer242 View Post
    i think you are putting in the wrong number it should 0.04-0.05 not 0.40-0.50
    He is he said 0.05 but Jacks FFB ones do say 0.40-0.50 which translates to 40-50%
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    Yup

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