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    GT5 Pilot havocc's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitt View Post
    Thanks guys,steep learning curve with these wheel thingys lol.Well worth it though,can't get over how much more they add to the game.
    At first it was like driving a car for the first time for me, now i don't think i could play with pad anymore
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    I think most people would probably quite reasonably think you were an idiot for spending 200 on a toy steering wheel. However I have never heard of a single person who would go back once they have tried it. It's like being a member of a secret society that all share, well, a secret.
    My wife thinks I'm an idiot anyway, so it was no big deal for me. I would never be without a proper FFB wheel though.
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    I could race much better with a pad, I'm quite bad at the moment,but I'm really enjoying driving badly lol

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    Someone help please!! i got my G29 for Christmas and about a week or 2 later it stuffed up by discotecting on PS4 mode so i did the switch when you start it on PS3 mode then switch to PS4 then back to PS3. just then it just disconnected and im locked out, it just spins loses power at half turn then it just repeats that. someone help please i use it every day

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    I had the same problem with my g29 tryed everything I could find of the net but in the end I took it back to the shop to change it for another one the only thing I could think it maybe is a broken wire inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitt View Post
    Thanks,yes definitely a roughness feel,steering feels smooth when the car is not moving so must just be the ffb.Have reducded the ffb a bit and it does feel a bit better.
    If you want the wheel to be a lot smoother you can try to use the filtering/smoothing settings in each car's setup menu.. in the FFB tab. There you'll find smoothing for Fx, Fy, Fz and Mz. Put a relatively high value in each and you should have a lot smoother steering.

    Also keep in mind that different tires have a very different kind of feel. Slicks are usually a lot more smooth than street cars running the all-weather tires.. and it also heavily depends on how deflated/inflated the tire is. Just for fun try lowering the street cars tire pressures to ridiculously low levels and take a drive. Then set them to maximum pressure and try again. This will give you a good idea of how much of an impact pressure has in absorbing irregularities in the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmanic View Post
    If you want the wheel to be a lot smoother you can try to use the filtering/smoothing settings in each car's setup menu.. in the FFB tab. There you'll find smoothing for Fx, Fy, Fz and Mz. Put a relatively high value in each and you should have a lot smoother steering.

    Also keep in mind that different tires have a very different kind of feel. Slicks are usually a lot more smooth than street cars running the all-weather tires.. and it also heavily depends on how deflated/inflated the tire is. Just for fun try lowering the street cars tire pressures to ridiculously low levels and take a drive. Then set them to maximum pressure and try again. This will give you a good idea of how much of an impact pressure has in absorbing irregularities in the road.
    Thanks for that,I think there was definitely something wrong with the first wheel cause when I turned those settings off the wheel wasn't so sticky/notchy.

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    Hello, I think mine involves in this topic too. My wheel feels like it is stoping while I am turning it slowly at the middle zone where there is no FFB. Any advice? When there is ffb no problem but because g29 has a small ffb gap in the middle, I can feel the stop. (INFO: My wheel is 2 years old).

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