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Thrustmaster T300 driver settings for FFB

Discussion in 'Automobilista 2 - General Discussion' started by sk8, Feb 20, 2021.

  1. Kim

    Kim Mr. Andersen in SIM Reiza Backer

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    Build: V1.1.2.0

    Tmx / T-150 users

    Driver:
    Gain 89
    Constant 100
    Periodic 100
    Spring 100
    Damper 0 (IMPORTANT)

    In game: Default


    Gain 89
    LFB 00
    FX 00
    Damp 00

    This works for me, I use gain for each car in edit setup (virecel specifications).

    still messing around a bit:)
     
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  2. Kim

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    Build: V1.2.0.8

    Tmx / T-150 users

    Driver:
    Gain 75
    Constant 100
    Periodic 100
    Spring 100
    Damper 0 (IMPORTANT)

    In game: Default
    Gain 75
    LFB 34
    FX 55
    Damp 00

    use gain for each car in edit setup (virecel specifications).
     
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  3. Kim

    Kim Mr. Andersen in SIM Reiza Backer

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    Build:v1.2.2.0
    new control equipment

    T300 RS users

    Driver:
    Gain 75
    Constant 100
    Periodic 100
    Spring 100
    Damper 0 (IMPORTANT)

    In game: Default
    Gain 75
    LFB 00
    FX 50
    Damp 00

    use gain for each car in edit setup (virecel specifications).
     
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  4. Kim

    Kim Mr. Andersen in SIM Reiza Backer

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    Build:V1.2.4.1

    T300 RS users

    Driver:
    Gain 75
    Constant 100
    Periodic 100
    Spring 100
    Damper 0 (IMPORTANT)

    In game: Default
    Gain 80
    LFB 35-40 (dependent on car)
    FX 50
    Damp 34 (IMPORTANT)

    use gain for each car in edit setup (virecel specifications).

    I recommend using old 70-90 cars (GT1. group c. GT classics.) to set ffb. because many times when setting up your ffb it is good until you drive 70-90 cars.
    Enjoy
     
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  5. Kim

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    Build:V1.3.1.0

    T300 RS users

    Driver:
    Gain 85
    Constant 100
    Periodic 100
    Spring 100
    Damper 100

    In game: Default+
    Gain 74
    LFB 18
    FX 48
    Damp 48

    Enjoy
     
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    Build:V1.3.4.0


    T300 RS users

    Driver:
    Gain 75
    Constant 100
    Periodic 100
    Spring 100
    Damper 100

    In game: Default+
    Gain 74
    LFB 9
    FX 47
    Damp 47

    Enjoy
     
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    McClutch Well-Known Member

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    I'm wondering a bit, why is damper back to 100 in TM control panel in your recent suggestions?
     
  8. Kim

    Kim Mr. Andersen in SIM Reiza Backer

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    This is developer settings to thrustmaster. Taken from beta you can find it in a thread non beta posted by Dady Cairo and here.

    On T-GT with SF1000 Rim:
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    In game:
    Gain 75
    LFB 10
    FX 50
    Damping 50.

    T-GT should be "similar in strength" as the TS-PC (afaik both have "turbo" power supply).
     
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    Build:V1.4.1.0

    T300 RS

    Driver:
    Gain 75
    Constant 100
    Periodic 100
    Spring 100
    Damper 100

    In game: Default+
    Gain 74
    LFB 9
    FX 47
    Damp 47

    Enjoy
     
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    Agree but my personal preference (as a TM-TX user) is to set Damper = 0
    as Thrustmaster says it also affect the weight of the wheel
    and make it too heavy for my likings. The same applies to the turbo function.

    Another rule is to keep TM driver/firmware updated
     
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    You running the TM “Boost” in control center
     
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    Kim Mr. Andersen in SIM Reiza Backer

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    No, tried to mess with it when it came, but No, that's not for me.
     
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    The "self-destruction button" sponsored by Thrustmaster.It's in my driver too (TS-PC).Good joke.
    Do not use it,kills your wheel faster and complete nonsens.
     
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    like phones that are designed to to self destruct in 2-3 years.


     
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    That*s the reason why 65% was once the standard setting for FFB in TMCP. And now it's 75%. What did change? EU Warranty regulations reduced warrantty from 2 years back down to 1 year.
     
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    Build:V1.4.1.3

    T300 RS
    Developer settings for CP
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
    In game: Default+
    Gain 74
    LFB 9
    FX 47
    Damp 37

    There is very little clipping in some cars in high speed corners and depending on tracks

    Enjoy
     
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