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    OSW Direct Drive Wheel FFB Issue

    Anyone else having problems with a OSW? Setup took a little while, but I think I've got that under control; however the force feedback doesn't seem to be working properly. I've tried a few of the different settings (haven't tried the custom yet), but the feedback so far is way too weak.

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    Can you share how you got it to read the OSW? I cannot get anything to work so far. No issues with Pcars1. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tronik View Post
    Can you share how you got it to read the OSW? I cannot get anything to work so far. No issues with Pcars1. Thanks
    Hmm, lets see. I chose the "custom" wheel then had to assign the inputs ("edit assignments"). I had some issues with getting it to recognize the steer right and left; not sure exactly what I did but after numerous tries it was set. After that I went back to the "Control scheme" and was able to calibrate the wheel (still a little offset though).

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    Yeah, I tried RAW along with the others... no difference. It feels like there is no feedback whatsoever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloracer View Post
    Yeah, I tried RAW along with the others... no difference. It feels like there is no feedback whatsoever.
    While I haven't actually driven many laps yet, I definitely get FFB on my OSW simucube version. Still running mmos here not the new thing. Everything default atm.

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    It's odd because I have FFB/a fair amount of resistance in the wheel in the menu, but no feedback as soon as I'm in the game.

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    I use mmos too (gen2 osw) 63percent overall on mmos, 80percent strength in pcars2 and chose Immersive. Tried Ford GTE at Monza GP, All I can say is this is a great improvement. better than AC FFB for me here

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    I have the exact same issue. The wheel configures just fine in the menu and has plenty of resistance, but as soon as I enter the car it vanishes. Exiting to the menu returns FFB. Really odd. I have tried the various FFB settings, but nothing retains FFB when you enter the car.

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    I'm using the new beta FW for my SimuCUBE OSW. Also have good FFB and the recon filter works well with it.

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