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Thread: Cars pull to the left on straights - found the solution

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    Cars pull to the left on straights - found the solution

    Hello,

    I am not sure if this is the right spot of the forum, but this is about a problem that some of us have with cars that pull to the left (or right?) on straight ends. I did some testing at Monza (the long straight end by the pits)......The car was an Alpine. I found out that the problem lies in some settings in the controller settings. Under Calibrate Force Feedback are 3 settings about Linkage, if you change these settings in custom settings, the cars go bezerk and pull to the left or right on some straight ends.

    Greetings from Bol.

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    Thanks for that tip...i'm sure it'll come in handy for some people who have this issue...
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    Are these settings in the PS4 version?

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