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Logitech Wingman Formula Force GP setting?

Discussion in 'rFactor' started by Jose Arellano, Jun 12, 2009.

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  1. Jose Arellano

    Jose Arellano

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    Can somebody please tell me how to configure this wheel properly for rfactor ? thers a lot of info on g25 but not on this one... please!!
     
  2. Corey Nicholls

    Corey Nicholls

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    Some info on this wheel would be great. I think my pedals aren't giving me the correct amount of movement as I cant accelerate as I should be able to. I've been told to check the calibration but everthing seems fine so anybody out there using the Formula Force please help
     
  3. Corey Nicholls

    Corey Nicholls

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    I've been able to get mine working better Jose. Instead of using the profiler from Logitech, I used Vista's control panel and calibrated the wheel there. My pedals were not getting the full range of motion and it fixed it. Also make sure that the option for combined pedals is off. I have more tweaking to do to improve the feel but its a start.
     
  4. Stefan Werner

    Stefan Werner

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    I have this wheel as well. For some reason it feels as though the FFB in rFactor is inverted, but I have not found an option to change this.
     
  5. Stuart Thomson

    Stuart Thomson
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    In the Monitor, you can go to (from memory) Settings, Feedback, and change the force from 100% to -100% (or vice versa).
     
  6. Stefan Werner

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    Thanks. I didn't realize that the slider had negative values. Was looking for a check box or something to reverse the FFB. Any ways... :)
     
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