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    fanatec csw v2 settings on ps4

    Please help owners of the fanatec csw v2/ ps4. Can anyone share thier on board wheel settings, in game non default force feedback calibration settings and the non default calibration settings. If i reduce the steering sensitivity to 270 degrees on wheel in game the wheel knocks when hard lock reached and shakes like mad even at low revs. When i calibratethe gas pedal only 97/98 reached, will i still get full throttle in game? Please help as unplayable like this, thankyou
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    Regular/Stock wheel settings ... most important to set steering sen to Aut/Off everything else leave as it is... i turn ABS Off because it doesn't work right in Pcars any way....Leave wheel FFB at 100% turn in game FFB down to 85 and tire force down to 85 with v2 wheel... that's where i have mine set.
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    This is my old set-up based on in-game FFB 100. Still quite nice if you don't want to fiddle with Relative torque adjustments and Scoop values

    Here you can find my --> latest set-up

    General remarks:
    The setup below is based on the assumption that the in-game FFB should be set always to 100% like recommended in many threads by PC experts. But according to several new posts in the FFB thread it looks like this is not true for console users.[/COLOR]

    In general I'm happy with the set-up below with the given assumptions. However I wondered that the amplitudes in my telemetry data are almost the same when changing DRR, Scoop, etc. I assume this this is because my Global FFB/TF is set to 100%. It looks like that somehow my signals are choked down by something?! No room for more lively and higher amplitudes - my signals seemed to be cramped. Here are some videos.

    So next step is to give the more room to breath for lower forces by finding the right mixture of FFB/TF/Spindle/Master Scale/Steering Gain.

    Wheel base settings:
    Wheel base tuning: Sens: AUT | FF: 100 | SHo: 100 | ABS: 065 | Lin: OFF | Dea: OFF | Dri: OFF | For: 100 | Spr: 100 | Dpr: 0

    Driver settings: Driver/FW: v226/FW116 | Wheel angle 900 | Dampening strength 100%* (but not relevant for PS4 users)
    Steering FFB Base Offset for CSW V2: 0,0% - the value can be used to adjust Deadzone Removal Range if required. Analysed with WheelCheck 1.72 software
    In-game: FFB Calibration
    Tire Force: 98-100

    Per Wheel Movement: 0.00 - alt. used -0.02
    Per Wheel Movement Squared: 0.00 - alt. used 0.02
    Wheel Position Smoothing: 0.00 - alt. used 0.04

    Deadzone Removal Range: 0.02
    Deadzone Removal Falloff: 0.001

    Linkage Scale: 0.00
    Linkage Stiffness: 0.00
    Linkage Damping: 0.00

    Relative Adjust Gain: 1.10 - alt. used 0.98
    Relative Adjust Bleed: 0.10 - alt. used 0.15
    Relative Adjust Clamp: 0.95 - alt. used 0.92


    Scoop Knee: 0.00 / 0,88 in test status
    Scoop Reduction: 0.00 / 0,02 in test status

    Soft Clipping (half input): 0.00
    Soft Clipping (full input): 0.00
    In-game Configuration:
    Steering Deadzone: 0
    Steering Sensitivity: 50
    Throttle Deadzone: 0
    Throttle Sensitivity: 50
    Brake Deadzone: 0
    Brake Sensitivity: 50
    Clutch Deadzone: 0
    Clutch Sensitivity: 50
    Speed Sensitivity: 0
    Controller Filtering Sensitivity: 0
    Damper Saturation: 0

    Force Feedback: 100
    RPM/Gear Display: Yes

    Controller Input Mode: 3
    Advanced: OFF
    - Soft Steering Dampering: OFF
    - Visual Wheel Filtering: OFF
    - Opposite Lock Help: OFF

    Menue Spring Strength:0.25 - 0.40
    Low Speed Spring Coefficient:0.75
    Low Speed Spring Saturation:1.00
    Steering gain:1.00


    Bolt Blue = work in progress / Bolt Black = finished for the time being / Normal Black = not tested
    My standard settings above are based on the linearity testing and a lot of practice testing:
    I finished my personal settings based on an improved FFB linearity and I'm quite happy with them. Still I'm a bit undecided if using Scoop settings or not. With Scoop the road feel is slightly better. Actually I would need more time to test it.

    Be aware that CSW V2 in-wheel tuning setting DRI has an impact on linearity. See also this thread
    Results of my FFB Analysis just with DRR/DRF:
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    Results of my FFB Analysis with DRR/DRF+ Scoop:
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    Consider the impact on Deadzone and linearity when changing CSW V2 in-wheel settings

    DRI: CSW v2 linearity FFB - depends on "Dri" setting + The CSW v2 FFB response is linear if...
    FF & FOR: Changes in FF impacts deadzone - changes in FOR impacts linearity
    Set of Videos with telemetry data: http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...=1#post1139096
    Car FBB standard settings:
    Currently I'm using Jacks Spades Tweaker Files with increased Master scale/SoP scale values.
    The values you can also find in Oscar Olins Universal FFB Settings for PS4-XB1 WebApp --> http://pcars.oscarolim.pt/
    Formerly used Car FBB standard settings:
    Master scale: 34-36-38
    Fx: 66 +/-
    Fy: 66 +/-
    Fz: 120-126
    Mz: 60-80

    Sop scale: 34-36-38
    Sop lateral: 50-60
    Sop diff: 120
    Most likely out dated after Patch 3.0
    Set-up guides I used:

    Tracks & Cars:
    Oulton Park International - Maclaren 12C GT3 untuned and tuned with JS tweaker file (bumps Plus) settings
    Imola - Marek RP 339H LMP1 Standard/untuned (just amazing!!!)
    Sakitto GP - BMW Z4 GT3 tuned with JS tweaker file (bumps Plus) settings
    Kudos to GrimeyDog, Jack Spade, Remco van Dijk, Tiago and all the other experts which are providing so much knowledge. I'm learning with every post. I'm not getting tired reading and testing your recommendations.

    My target is to find my personal best wheel and in-game global FFB set-up. I want to avoid an ongoing tweaking on Car FFB symptoms just because I have not eliminated the root causes in the global settings.

    Next step is to compare settings from other guys out there in order to get more experience.
    Last edited by gruzzlebeard; 26-10-2015 at 07:33.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gruzzlebeard View Post
    Good idea to record CSW V2 settings especially for PS4 users.

    This night I will add all my wheel and wheel related in-game settings in this post - stay tuned.
    look foward to it gruzzlebeard. Thankyou
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    Quote Originally Posted by gruzzlebeard View Post
    Good idea to record CSW V2 settings especially for PS4 users.

    This night I will add all my wheel and wheel related in-game settings in this post - stay tuned.
    Much better for all to maintain an updated .sig
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    | Wheel: CSWv2 + CSPv3(usb) + CSS SQv1.5 - (driver v310 - fw 455) | Damping: 100 | 900
    | In game: Deadzones: 0 |Sensitivity: 50 | Damping: 0
    | Wheel Profile: Sens: Aut | FF: 100 | SHo: 100 | ABS: 0 | Dri: OFF | For: 100 | Spr: 100 | Dpr: 100

    | FFB: RAW|Gain: 100 | Volume: 50 | Tone: 50 | FX: 50 [B]

    | Visual FX: Default except Interion Flare: Off
    | Performance - Aniso: 16x | MSAA: Medium | Vsync: Off | Grass: Low | Envmap/Reflections/Shadows: Low/medium/low | Car/Track: High | Blur: Off
    | E. Mirrors: Yes | Particles: High/High | SS: 1.2 | Sharpening Strength/Clamp: 0.6/0.045
    | Driving assists: ABS/TC, maybe - SC always OFF
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrimeyDog View Post
    Regular/Stock wheel settings ... most important to set steering sen to Aut/Off everything else leave as it is... i turn ABS Off because it doesn't work right in Pcars any way....Leave wheel FFB at 100% turn in game FFB down to 85 and tire force down to 85 with v2 wheel... that's where i have mine set.
    GimmeyDog how do you deal with steering lock, i run with about 135 degrees either way to turn quicker but shakes, so is it turn sen on wheel to off and change steering ratio in car settings?
    Last edited by chase66down; 19-06-2015 at 19:02.
    Fanatec csw v2
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    Quote Originally Posted by gruzzlebeard View Post
    Good idea to record CSW V2 settings especially for PS4 users. Settings in blue means "work in progress"
    Thanks will try these out
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    Quote Originally Posted by chase66down View Post
    GimmeyDog how do you deal with steering lock, i run with about 135 degrees either way to turn quicker but shakes, so is it turn sen on wheel to off and change steering ratio in car settings?
    I let Pcars control the DOR they seem to have that set pretty Good.
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    I Have Re worked My PCars FFB PDF it is Not meant to be a perfect tune for you but a Guide to help you understand and Tweek your Own FFB settings... This was Tweeked to My Driving style and to get Maximum Road and Car Feel.

    I use a CSW v2 and FFB Settings are going to be different for every brand of wheel but if you take your time and tweek im sure you can find you wheels sweet spot and a FFB Feel that's Right for you.

    The settings as they are were made on the Marek RP 339h LMP1 Try them as they are and get a feel once you find a FFB level that feels Good on your wheel... start at 50 and + or - depending on how much FFB your wheel can take
    Last edited by GrimeyDog; 20-06-2015 at 00:35.
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    Haven't tried those settings yet, but I just wonder that "ffb 50%", does that give any strength to ffb anymore if you put it that low. I like strong ffb so I have to "fight" against wheel.
    If I hate some specific thing, it's forceless centre in ffb-wheel, there has to power straight away when I start to turn the wheel. And definitely no dead zone.
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