Do you need to turn off the reconstruction filter for any of the Simucube effects to work in AC?
I thought they could be used concurrently?
I’m forever trying to figure out how to get a more natural feeling around the wheel center.
There’s just something about it that’s too ‘springy’ and in many ways unnatural and I find myself fighting it if that makes sense.
Decreasing FFB only seems to accentuate the spring effect, and increasing it to much causes more ‘fighting’ with the wheel that seems to care not how the tires should react to the road surface. Driving off camber back to back twisty sections, or through banked turns should have a different feel around center, but it’s always this same constant need to return to center.
When driving in a straight line at high speed through very small kinks in the road where minimal steering input is needed, the steering should be light and get heavy as you get on the brakes and turn into a corner.
But the center spring effect is the same in both situations and that’s not normal behaviour.
Appreciate any more suggestions to dial this out as best we can.