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    TheSimGirls's Thrustmaster TX library

    Hello all,

    I am going to attempt to help as many as I can with a great feeling car via your Thrustmaster TX wheel.
    This will take some time as there are many cars. I'll work requests before any random cars I pick.

    I should mention that I do not have any of the dlc for xbox. Can't help with those cars, sorry.

    Some notes prior to any sharing. I have the Thrustmaster TX LE. I'm on firmware v53. I also have had the fan set to always on since I've owned the wheel.

    Caster plays a huge role in the weight of the wheel. Typically, you'll reduce 2 clicks on volume for every click of caster you add, and the opposite for every click you reduce. Camber and steering ratio play a role as well. Not as significant unless the changes are relatively extreme. All FFB were created using the default "loose" set-up.

    Regardless of the tire you use, you need to run enough laps to obtain the proper heat to feel the FB at its fullest potential.

    If you've found any of these helpful, please like this so I have a sense of the volume of people I'm helping.

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    F5:
    Formula Rookie

    FORMULA A:
    Formula A

    FORMULA C:
    Formula C

    FORMULA RENAULT:
    Formula Renault 3.5

    FORMULA X:
    Formula X

    G40 JUNIOR:
    Ginetta G40 Junior

    GROUP 4:
    BMW M1 Procar

    GT1:
    Ferrari F50 GT
    McLaren F1 GTR Long Tail
    Mercedes-Benz CLK-LM
    Nissan R390 GT1
    Porsche 911 GT-98
    Toyota GT-One (1998)

    GT3: (All were tested with soft tires)
    Acura NSX
    Audi R8 LMS & Endurance
    Aston Martin Vantage
    Bentley Continental 15, 16, & Endurance
    BMW M6
    BMW Z4
    Cadillac ATS-V.R
    Ferrari 488
    Ginetta G55
    Lamborghini Huracán
    McLaren 650S
    Mercedes-AMG
    Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
    Nissan GT-R Nismo
    Porsche 911 R & Endurance
    Renault Sport R.S. 01

    GT4: (All were tested with soft tires)
    Aston Martin Vantage
    BMW M3
    Ford Mustang Boss 302R
    Ford Mustang RTR
    Ginetta G55
    KTM X-Bow
    Porsche Cayman Clubsport MR
    Toyota GT-86 Rocket Bunny

    GT5:
    Ginetta G40

    GTE: (All were tested with soft tires)
    Aston Martin Vantage
    BMW M6 GTLM
    Chevrolet Corvette C7.R
    Ferrari 488
    Ford GT LM

    GTO:
    Audi 90 quattro IMSA
    Ferrari F40 LM
    Ford Mustang Cobra TransAm
    Lamborghini Diablo GTR
    Nissan 300ZX Turbo IMSA GTS
    Nissan 300ZX Turbo LM

    INDYCAR:
    Road

    KART1:
    Kart

    LMP1:
    Audi R18 e-tron quattro
    Marek RP 339H
    RWD P30
    Toyota TS040 Hybrid

    LMP2:
    Ligier JS P2 Honda
    Ligier JS P2 Judd
    Ligier JS P2 Nissan
    Marek RP 219D
    Oreca 03 Nissan
    RWD P20

    LMP3:
    Ginetta
    Ligier JS P3

    LMP900:
    Audi R8
    Bentley Speed 8
    BMW V12 LMR
    Ferrari 333 SP
    Toyota GT-One (1999)

    ROAD B:
    Lamborghini Veneno LP750-4

    SUPER TROFEO:
    Lamborghini Huracán LP620-2 Super Trofeo

    TC1:
    Renault Clio Cup

    TOURING CAR:
    BMW 320 TC (E90)
    Mercedes-AMG A 45 SMS-R Touring
    Renault Mégane R.S. SMS-R Touring

    V8 SUPERCARS:
    Ford Falcon FG V8 Supercar

    VINTAGE F1A:
    Lotus Type 98T Renault Turbo

    VINTAGE F1B:
    Lotus Type 78 Cosworth

    VINTAGE F1C:
    Lotus Type 49 Cosworth
    Lotus Type 49C Cosworth
    Lotus Type 72D Cosworth

    VINTAGE F1D:
    Lotus Type 25 Climax

    VINTAGE F3 A:
    Lotus Type 51

    VINTAGE INDYCAR:
    Agajanian Watson Roadster
    Lotus Type 38 Ford
    Lotus Type 56
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    You change your wheel settings per car???

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    Only the volume. If it's too heavy, you can't feel the wheel dynamically adjust through turns or over hills. The same as when it's too light in addition to not being able to feel when you're at the edge of your grip.

    Edit: I use the "raw" setting. Per car isn't as necessary if you use "informative" or "immersive". Both of those have an auto adjustment to reduce clipping.
    Last edited by TheSimGirl; 19-06-2018 at 15:22.
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    What settings would you suggest for the AUDI R8 GT3? I use this in league races but the car has little to no feel. The steering wheel is too light and I don't overly feel tires, road or curbs.

    I have the Xbox 1x so there shouldn't be any issues with my system but I also have never updated my wheel as I don't own a PC only have Mac maybe this could be causing it?

    Also I will say most cars don't feel right with the setting I use:

    RAW
    Gain: 90
    Volume: 60
    Tone 45
    FX 65

    Racing online the wheel is ok but when we get about 5-10 laps in the wheel becomes very very light with little FFB.
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    Nice one SimGirl. My initial request(s) would be for the Indycar and the Lotus 25 Climax. The Indycar both on ovals and road courses would be great if possible btw

    Thanks in advance for the work you are going to be putting into this
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    This is great, I am sure we will all appreciate the time and effort you put in to this. I am playing on the PC and also the Xbox One X and have found that the feel of the TX is very from one platform to the other. On PC I am running the stock RAW settings 100, 50, 50, 50 and haven't felt anything particularly wrong with that - it seems very smooth (as it also does in RaceRoom, RFactor 2, Assetto Corsa on PC). On Xbox I can't find anything anywhere near as smooth. I tried your settings from the other thread, and they were much better than I was running, but it still feels notchy. I was running the V51 firmware but have now applied the V53 firmware, but not much difference.

    I would love some settings for the LMP's.

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    The Audi GT3, IndyCar, and lotus will be the first I work with.

    Which LMP cars are you looking for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Senser View Post
    This is great, I am sure we will all appreciate the time and effort you put in to this. I am playing on the PC and also the Xbox One X and have found that the feel of the TX is very from one platform to the other. On PC I am running the stock RAW settings 100, 50, 50, 50 and haven't felt anything particularly wrong with that - it seems very smooth (as it also does in RaceRoom, RFactor 2, Assetto Corsa on PC). On Xbox I can't find anything anywhere near as smooth. I tried your settings from the other thread, and they were much better than I was running, but it still feels notchy. I was running the V51 firmware but have now applied the V53 firmware, but not much difference.

    I would love some settings for the LMP's.
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    Are you using this for your configuration?

    This is not meant to cause offense, but do you have a good tune? I only ask because I often find people run more camber than needed and that is the only time I've personally felt the notchy feeling.
    Last edited by TheSimGirl; 19-06-2018 at 19:50.

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    The Toyota TS040 and TS050 would be a great start thanks :-)

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