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    T80 settings?

    All i can afford t80. anyone got settings for it pls

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    I'm thinking the only Thrustmaster wheel settings you'll find are for the T150 and up.

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    Isn't the T80 the wheel with just a rubber band and no ffb?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madwak55 View Post
    Isn't the T80 the wheel with just a rubber band and no ffb?
    does it matter . i ask for settings

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegaskid View Post
    All i can afford t80. anyone got settings for it pls
    I use both the Thrustmaster T80 and T150 wheels on PC2.

    As the T80 is a non-force feedback wheel all I think you really need to do is to calibrate the wheel and pedals properly in-game in PC2 controller settings then adjust such aspects as Steering Sensitivity, Brake Sensitivity and Speed Sensitivity etc. to suit your preferences and personal style of driving. I personally set Steering Sensitivity to 75% (I favour a quick "turn-in"), Speed Sensitivity to 25% and Brake Sensitivity to 75% to counter wheel lock-ups on the brakes.. That's all you have to do I think. Just play with the sensitivity and deadzone settings until you find a "sweet-spot" that suits you. For me the T80 is very impressive as a cheaper option non-ffb entry level wheel on Project CARS 1 & 2.

    Once you've set up your T80 to suit you can have fun harassing and dicing with the "sim" guys who have spent 100s on their expensive wheels..
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    Thank you will try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegaskid View Post
    All i can afford t80. anyone got settings for it pls
    Hi there

    Sorry for the post digging but I'm new to Project Cars 2. I was planning to buy this great game for a year at least.
    I was offered a T80 for Chrstimas 2021 so I decided to get the Deluxe Edition on PSN for winter sales.

    I already had some good games in my Steam library like GT Legends to try out my brand new wheel.
    Very small disappointment on the bungee cord system but the counterpart is that the device is relatively cheap, highly compatible and has no extra power adapter or battery, only one USB to plug in.
    A few hours spent on the track with the T80 I really changed my mind on this wheel which is surprisingly good: the bungee band offers a proper resistance, it is comfortable, sturdy, precise with it's 240 of rotation, and as I said earlier a clean install. The main drawback is the absence of FFB but on the other hand I can play hours without any fatigue.

    I spent a lot of time trying to set up my wheel in Project Cars 2, setting car specs, activating/deactivating driving aids.
    I'm a cautious driver but my car was always spinning out.
    I realized the main issue was the sensitivity of the Gas/Brakes part. The pedals input were too high between 0-50% and to low between 50-100%. I reduced those settings, cut off all assists except factory driving aids to "Authentic" and now the game is properly set an highly enjoyable.

    Here's my setup for the T80:

    Steering Deadzone : 0
    Steering Sensitivity : 100 (75-100 is a good range for wheels)
    Throttle Deadzone : 0
    Throttle Sensitivity : 30 (15-35 is a good range for pedals)
    Brake Deadzone : 0
    Brake Sensitivity : 30 (15-35 is a good range for pedals)
    Clutch Sensitivity : N/A
    Speed Sensitivity : 50



    I hope this will help T80 as well as other wheel users !
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