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    Brake Sensitivity

    What's the best setting to go fast? I'm using a hydraulic braking system....greater than 50 or less than 50?....what say ye?
    btw....do you brake early and get on the throttle early or brake late into the apex?
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    I use the Protosimtech pedals and have mine typically between 38-40.
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    i also think breaking is a bit loose here.
    Can this be improved or should it be like that?
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    When you mean loose, are you referring to stability (i.e. the braking is a little unstable)?
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    Hello can someone help me when i brake into corners my car all over the place very unstable i use thrustmaster t300rs can anyone help

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    It's that bad I lose control of car an spin out

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    I guess it depends on what your brake pedal is like, I've just put mine up to 75 as on some modern road cars you have to push the brake pedal almost all the way down for max braking ( they could do with some more brake pressure ) and with the spring I have on my G27 it is a lot of work after a few laps otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alipjc2 View Post
    Hello can someone help me when i brake into corners my car all over the place very unstable i use thrustmaster t300rs can anyone help
    Either brake less or reduced the brake pressure. Or if it's getting loose under braking, move the bias foward. The strange thing is some cars even with ABS on are quite unstable under braking. Maybe SC would sort that out, but haven't tried it.
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    If you are spinning try moving the brake bias forward or there is a setting (can't remember the name) that adds some throttle while braking to help keep the car stable. If using manual with clutch make sure you are not downshifting too early and causing the rear to lock.
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    What's SC ?

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