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Ferrari 458

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Dietmar, Nov 10, 2013.

  1. Dietmar

    Dietmar

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    Hi all,
    I have a strange thing with the Ferrari and I think only with the Ferrari.

    When I press the throttle and keep it constant, the RPM are still 'shaking'. Even when I enable the app that shows me the pedal pressure, all stable, only the RPM shake.

    Any idea?
     
  2. Aristotelis

    Aristotelis
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    maybe your clutch has a tiny bit pressed. Go into the controls options and add some dead zone to your clutch pedal
     
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  3. Dietmar

    Dietmar

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    I already tried that (2%) and so far I only saw that in the Ferrari, i no other car, really strange.
     
  4. Dietmar

    Dietmar

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    Maybe yes my clutch got it away after actualy pressing it, though still weird that it only happend in that car.

    anyway thanks!
     
  5. Jorge Alves

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    Same happened to me and i didnt know the reason ... time to clean up pedals potentiometers :)
     
  6. Slawomir Judek

    Slawomir Judek

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    I think this car uses autoclutch becuase has an sequential gearbox. Did you try autoclutch option?
     
  7. Guus

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    I had this same problem, my clutch turned out to be spiking by about 2% which was enough to cause the bouncy revs in the 458. A little deadzone should fix it