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Correct settings for Fanatec CSW for game stock car

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by Dirk Cleiren, Sep 23, 2013.

  1. Hello,

    Im trying to find the correct settings on the wheel and in game for game stock car for my Fanatec CSW.

    I tryed everything but i cant get the wheel to work decent.

    Pls can someone post his settings on the wheel and ingame pls??

  2. Noel Spence

    Noel Spence

    hi dirk i have sensitivity at 900 depending on car ,ff at 100 ,sho at 0,ab5 at 0, lin at 0, deadzone at 0,drl at 0 , for at 80 ,spr at 0 ,dpr at 0 , this works good for me
  3. Noel Spence

    Noel Spence

    hi dirk you like f1 reiza this set up is for jerez classic track

    Attached Files:

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  4. Thanks, do i have to set something ingame?
  5. Noel Spence

    Noel Spence

    hi dirk open user data you will see your name open that folder then you will see the jerez track , put that file in there , also have you got firmware 37 installed on your wheel , when i first got my wheel it was all messed up with rotation until i installed that
  6. Thanks, wheel works perfect now
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  7. very strange, i have the 37 firmware installed, but impossible to use my wheel in GSC 2013. The car doesn't turn correctly, and the FFB is catastrophic ....

    @100 % the wheel go in one side without me... I don't understand this sim... and this settings.
  8. Try to put FFB at -65 or -100 what you like
    Last edited: Oct 25, 2013
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  9. Ok thanks, I have see that with the mini it's much better, with the camaro it's impossible to drive for me. I will try some setup. Thanks buddy.
  10. Ok the problem in my side it's only the Sen.. @ 900 it's not sync with the car. @ 270 it's ok for the sync with the weel in game, but, I have some other problem... mmmh..
  11. Hey Brume.

    Did you figure out your settings for your Fanatec wheel and the in game settings?

    I'm having the exact same problem with mine. FFB seems to pull the cars into the corners. I have tried different FFB settings in the game but cant find one that works. Its either turn it all the way down and you dont feel anything and the car seems real floaty. Or if its turned up the FFB just pulls you into the corners when you turn.

    So im not sure if its something on the wheel I have to change or in game.

    Any luck on your end?
  12. Tobbe Bergman

    Tobbe Bergman
    @ Simberia @Simberia

    Update: Solved

    I found out that you can put a negative value on the FFB
    Last edited: Feb 15, 2014
  13. Marcel Kleene

    Marcel Kleene

    I cannot understand why people buy a Fanatec CSW and put SHO, ABS, SPR and DPR at zero. You don't want to feel anything in the wheel?
  14. Tobbe Bergman

    Tobbe Bergman
    @ Simberia @Simberia

    There is still FFB in the CSW even if you put SHO, ABS, SPR and DPR at zero.

    The FFB force is set by the FOR and FF settings.
  15. Marcel Kleene

    Marcel Kleene

    But with Shock at 80 for example you feel much more the bumbs, rumbles etc... much more realistic....ABS can be very helpful as well, I have it at 80... I have the spring at 100 and Dpr at 30 for example.
  16. Tobbe Bergman

    Tobbe Bergman
    @ Simberia @Simberia

    I use :

    SEN: off
    FF: 100
    SHO: 100
    ABS: 90
    LIN: off
    DEA: off
    DRI: 001
    For: 100
    Spr: 0
    Dpr: 0
  17. Marcel Kleene

    Marcel Kleene

    Mine is similar, but with Spr at 100, I like to have more centre spring.. and Dpr I don't know yet what feels best...I have it at 30. I see you have drift at 001. will have to try...
  18. From what I understand in the Fanatec manual, the Dpr and Spr settings affect PS3 mode only. I personally keep FF at 40 to avoid clippling. I might set it a bit higher to see how that goes.
  19. Tobbe Bergman

    Tobbe Bergman
    @ Simberia @Simberia

    That's probably why I can't notice any difference no matter how I set those parameters :roflmao:
  20. Most sim racers prefer the most direct FFB feel from the game physics possible so they keep the Spring and Damping at or near zero. In some titles, some damping can be useful to reduce wheel roughness or spikes if the software doesn't offer such settings.

    Regarding the in-wheel vibration, I set mine quite low - just enough to feel very subtle engine vibration. ABS is set in Fanaleds as I am using the SLi-M for shift indicators.

    What is the reason for using 001 on the Drift setting? I have seen that referred to before.