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Fanatec CSWv2 Settings

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by Paul Jeffrey, Jul 25, 2015.

  1. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
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    Hi folks,
    As the title suggests, please could someone help me with getting my CSWv2 dialled in in game?
    I've scoured the net and used a variety of suggested settings, but i haven't yet managed to find that magic setting that lets me feel all these wonderful FFB effects people rave about.

    Any help (both in game settings and on wheel please) would be greatly, greatly appreciated! :)



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  2. @Paul Jeffrey

    Not sure which rim you're using with your CSW v2 but I have the Formula rim and the Universal Hub w/GT rim. I use the same Fanatec tuning menu settings for both rims but here is Formula rim GSCE in-game settings. For the heavier rims like the Universal Hub w/GT rim, I will increase the in-game FFB from 65 to 75.


    Drop the file into this Steam directory:

    Steam\steamapps\common\Stock Car Extreme\UserData\Controller

    I use the following Fanatec tuning menu settings.

    SENS: 310
    FF: 100
    SHO: 100
    ABS: OFF
    LIN: OFF
    DEA: OFF
    DRI: 1, but some people like 2 or 3.
    FOR: 100
    SPR: OFF
    DPR: 100
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  3. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
    Sim Racing News Editor Staff Premium

    Brilliant, thank you so much! Made a real difference to my experience... much appreciated indeed.. :)
    On a side note, what steering lock do you tend to use please (ingame setting)?
  4. Glad to help.

    I use the default steering lock.
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  5. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
    Sim Racing News Editor Staff Premium

    Thanks again mate.
    Must admit, the SEN at 310 really surprised me, i always assumed it was 540 or 450. Just goes to show how wrong i can be ;)
    Leaving steering lock at default (again i always change to 23-24) is something new to me... excited to try!
    Thanks for taking the time to reply @Blkout , very kind of you and much appreciated,

  6. 270 is the default in game rotation and lock. He wouldn't need to change the lock given he's pretty much using the default rotation.

    My settings - Formula rim

    Low effects in game (to me, this is the biggest thing with the settings)
    ~50% strength. I change this from car to car if needed

    On wheel -
    SEN 900 (steering lock in game 27-31 degrees depending on car)
    FF 100
    DRI: 3
    FOR: 60 (with 100 there is too much bottom end in the forces IMO, it makes it feel compressed)
    DPR 000
    Last edited: Jul 26, 2015
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  7. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
    Sim Racing News Editor Staff Premium

    Thanks Matt and Patrick,
    I've been a bit under the weather last couple of days so haven't had chance to check your settings yet Matt. Will have a look soon and feedback.
    Thanks again fellas, appreciate it ;)

  8. Kurt Vanhee

    Kurt Vanhee