You can do it either way and it feels similar but wheel at 100 allows full use of your wheels range. If you turn down the wheel you can get clipping at the wheel. I think im at 50 in game now with wheel at 100 and static force at 30.
You also have to remember that video is made for most consumer wheels in mind not the DDs we have.
Do tou know for sure that the customs file is used both when raw and custom ffb flavor is selected?
I haven’t played much with Pc2 after I got my sc2, but I quickly put the Christiaan’s Pure FFB file into the game and tested briefly one night we raced in it. Wasn’t to impressed so I think I need to play around with it a tad.
Hello at all. I tried for six hours yesterday. I tried everything. Unfortunately I didn’t get a good result. It didn’t feel good. And there were always slight noises from the engine. Please can someone be so kind and send again values. InGame and driver. Please also car and track. I think the quality is very different. Best Open Wheeler. I think it all feels so choppy
Edit: I found a little mistake with myself. I had the main strength in the game to 100%
you might be right. I also notice clearly that Fuji and Oulten Park are okay. Other tracks and also cars all seem very different in quality.
That’s too bad. Especially the tracks that don’t exist elsewhere would appeal to me.
Hi There, I’ve tried to follow the steps on this video:
I got the FFB on my Ultimates to actually feel really good with those settings but for some reason a couple of days ago I went into the game again and the force went haywire on me to a point I had to press the emergency button. Since it was working quite well I wonder if there is a issue with the Simcube software that needs a firmaware update. Any feedback from the developers would be great. Maybe the settings in the Simucube 2 needs a tweak? I am a bit lost now.
Have you been switching between the ffb profiles? Like raw then immersive and back to something else? I don’t know if it ever got fixed but it was real common when doing that to have the ffb go all flaky.
What I noticed is I followed the instruction and got it into “Custom”. Then all worked fine. Next time I restarted the computer and the game that is when it went all flacky. So something with the restart. I will try replacing the custom ffb file again to see what happens but I am loosing hope. Asseto and iRacing is all good.
I tried to configure mine today for the first time in PC2 and the wheel started turning like crazy by itself several times between attempts. Eventually i managed to get the axes on and calibrate it but it was messy. True drive 1.0.8
Ingame settings (baseline) :
Immersive ffb profile
Menu spring 0
***Important note : before launching pcars2, make sure you have the td profile active with Direct Input Spring set at 0%, or as soon as you calibrate the wheel it will begin spinning fast and it will make td loose center point, setting it at 360° (I tested it several times and this is the only way to avoid it).
All other Direct Input values should also be set to zero except Damping and Friction, or they would just add some unwanted disturbances to ffb.
Test this configuration with Honda NSX GT3 at Mugello circuit, and let me know