Discussion in 'Automobilista 2 - General Discussion' started by Renato Simioni, Apr 4, 2020.
It's hard enough just remembering my wheel buttons with my headset on!
are you sure about the cp settings? i think thats the case for a t300 wheel but maybe i wrong. i gonna try that settings
With my T500RS recommended gain in control panel is 60 because stronger and it overheat quickly and forces are fading. Just clicking on the default button to check recommended settings (I guess, it's my case)...
It's no science,just click Standard/Default and you see...
Raise the Gain ingame,in all games you play,not in CP!
Otherwise overheating etc.
With my T300 the overall FFB feels great, but I have a weird problem, where mid turn there is a really rough / grindy / notchy feel, which I do not feel (or at least not to this extent) in other games.
Most notable is brasil stock car. I do not think it is clipping, because it seems independent of gain / LFB / FX setting.
Typically I have 70-75 in CP Thrustmaster
In game: 65/40/40/30.
The notchy feel is also very noticable when the stock car is standing still and I am turning the wheel left and right.
Wondering if it is the game or my wheel? This weekend I think I am going to service the wheel a bit.
In raceroom with cars with much higher ffb (to the point of clipping) I don't feel this at all. So it does make me believe that the wheel is ok.
Oh yeah. 75% is the 100% for Thrustmaster. Anything above means the Trustmaster is likely going break earlier.
I have been using 100% for 2 years and never had any issues.
It is the game.
Wait for the Updated FFB next Update!
And now,the warranty time is over...
I have it too. I'm using a lot more recon filter than other sims to filter it out on my Simucube 1.
Next wheel is a DD one so ready for when it comes dude
I'm using everything at 100% in CP for 6 years and 3500 hours and my wheel is still in perfect condition. But i have set my fan to always on.
LFB and FX to zero should help. Otherwise, try the custom FFB by LexxVR.
In the meantime, Reiza are working on revising the FFB.
That is a relief! Thanks!
Rocco,we are talkin' about the Gain,nothing else and as Thrustmaster advice you NOT to push the gain higher as the suggested predefined setting,max 5%,so it is 75-85 GAIN,depending on the installed rim.Also,you have another wheel.I wouldn't play with fire except you have plenty of money to buy a new one2.There are many quality differences in the wheelsThrustmaster manufactures in China.It is just win or loose,what you get for youre money.
Overheating an bad FFB is what you get and in Summer,temperature rises.
But everyone as he likesFor me not,as loosing warranty too.
"If you got the money ,honey,i've got the time...mate"
Setting the CP over the recommended values not only shortens the lifespan of the wheel but also makes the forces put out unlinear.
If you want consistent ffb throughout the force range set the gain to default.
You can easily evaluate this by using the WheelCheck app.
Loosing a wheelbase is never funny. They are mostly not the friendliest devices to repair yourself if you run out of warranty. Even sending then under warranty is annoying. Pedals and shifters are much easier to repair. Sometimes I worth to see how it works. Rims are unbreakable, unless the spring of the paddles snap, but also easy to replace. Only the bolts are sometimes annoying because you can warp the bolts...
Can you please share the official font from Thrustmaster which recommends this?
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