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    Clubsport V3 Pedals Rumble

    Hi - I've seen some chatter about these pedals rumble feature and PCars but the conclusion seemed to be that it works for some and not for others; not clear why one way of the other so I wanted to get some fresh chat about it.

    If I can ask, who has the brake/Acc rumble working in PCars and who doesn't?

    It works fine when testing in control panel but I've tried it on 2 different Windows 10 Enterprise 64-Bit installs (one of which was a new install specifically to play PCars) and it just doesn't work in PCars. I've got my pedals updated with the latest firmware and connected to my PC via USB using a Thrustmaster T300RS wheel.

    I believe the feature is supported and should be working?

    Thanks.

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    Working for me when I last played some weeks ago. Throttle rumble with wheelspin, brake rumble when locking wheels under braking (not sure though if only when ABS has been enabled for the car you're driving).
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    I just wonder whether it only works when the pedals are connected in tandem with a Fanatec wheel? I just got the CSP v3 pedals and connected them at the weekend and, as per the OP, don't get pedal vibrations in pCARS (not that their absence bothers me to be perfectly honest ).
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    IIRC vibrations should work if pedals are connected through USB. I have them connected through USB, but of course I use a Fanatec wheel, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Remco Van Dijk View Post
    IIRC vibrations should work if pedals are connected through USB. I have them connected through USB, but of course I use a Fanatec wheel, too.
    That's what i thought too... i hope someone will be able to give a clear answer as i plan to buy those pedals this year and this feature sounds cool ! And i hope it's not limited to cars with ABS enabled ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by wesker6664 View Post
    That's what i thought too... i hope someone will be able to give a clear answer as i plan to buy those pedals this year and this feature sounds cool ! And i hope it's not limited to cars with ABS enabled ??
    At least when I played some time ago it wasn't, as I'm always driving with all driving assists disabled and I clearly had brake rumble when locking the wheels.

    I'll test tonight if the pedal rumble is still there.
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    This is great, thank you so much

    I too drive with all driving assists off and mainly vintage cars, how cool must it be to feel the brake pedal rumble when pushing too hard with those beasts !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wesker6664 View Post
    This is great, thank you so much

    I too drive with all driving assists off and mainly vintage cars, how cool must it be to feel the brake pedal rumble when pushing too hard with those beasts !!
    Thanks for all the replies folks. I wasn't that bothered about it while using assists but I'm starting to use them less and less. The lack of brake rumble is particularly problematic as it's much harder to tell the brakes are locking and learn the correct pressure to apply, especially on cars whose engines mask the skidding noise.

    I have to assume the game simply isn't sending the signal to activate it.

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    I get a rumble on the V3 pedals on the xbox,

    Not sure if its same on pc but have you turned the BRF option on in the tuning menu on the wheel? I think it comes off by default
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    Mine are connected via USB and it works
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