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Apps LUT Generator for AC 0.15

ffb lut generator for enjoying linear forces on all wheels!!

  1. Akis

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    Akis submitted a new resource:

    LUT Generator for AC - ffb lut generator for enjoying linear forces on all wheels!!

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  2. Ian Navarro

    Ian Navarro

    Where do i find the csv file from Wheel Check?
  3. Akis

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    Should be in My Documents\

    Filename looks like this: log2 2016-04-03 15-05-55.csv
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  4. Ian Navarro

    Ian Navarro

    Thanks a lot. I will check out later the difference.
  5. Akis

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  6. someone tried this with T500RS ??
  7. Thank you for this. I've avoided Wheelcheck and advanced ac settings for a long time, and now I regret it. This has drastically improved my T300 ffb.
  8. DaVeX↯


    hi there,
    are these settings correct?

    Logitech Profiler G27

    100% Overall Effects
    0% Spring
    0% Damper

    Enable Center Spring Checked and 0%

    Use Special Steering wheel settings checked
    900 rotation

    Use special settings checked
    allow game to adjust settings checked


    Gain 100%
    Filter 0%
    Minimum Force 0%
    Kerb 0%
    Road 0%
    Slip 0%

    Enhanced understeer unchecked.

    I am ready?
    Followed your step to step guide and no problems, now I just need how to set wheel and game to enjoy it at max!!!
  9. Followed the steps for my TX wheel... Now it feels a little light around the center. Any one else with a TX/T300 have the same feeling?
  10. Try setting min force to 0?
  11. its already set to 0
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    Can that be right?
  13. I tried the E92 on Nords and it was excellent. After that I tried the E30 and E30 drift as well as the GT-86 and I had this "wall" feeling like I had if I ran too much min force (it's at 0), but it's not the same it's like if there's absolutely nothing at the center and then sort of like "ah I'm awake now, here have some rough rumble". So while it feels excellent while driving it's still weird when going in a straight line slowly and turning slightly left and right. I use a G27.
  14. Thanks for ressource !! I like the feel of the G27 now much more

    I've got one problem, since making the changes the wheel (g27) shakes or wiggles around the center at low speed. I can make it stop by holding the wheel with force but it is not the right solution I guess. Anyone else having this problem ??

    Here's a link to a short video illustrating the problem

    Tried the crazy1.lut file, same problem but worst

    Went back to default Gamme settings and all is well. :-(
    Last edited: Apr 7, 2016
  15. Yeah, same here it feels good but the center is terrible.
  16. I don't have that problem with my G27 so likely to be something else other than this mod.
    Seem to remember a similar problem with Assetto Corsa but cant for the life of me remember the fix, sorry.
  17. PicoBp

    #26 | HSRC - Banzaaaiii Touring Car Crew Premium

    For me it actually broke the FFB feeling completely (T300). Forces around center got so tight that it was on-off, but out of that feedback became numb and flat. I tried with three different WheelCheck runs with counts 100, 200 and even 1000. Wouldn't really suggest it for such a sophisticated wheel, but I can see how it can be really useful for Logitechs with all that mechanical resistance and non-linearity as a base.
  18. hi what we have to add in game option ?
    I have g27
  19. Fred Locklear

    Fred Locklear
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    I got the same with my Fanatec CSR wheel. Looked at the .lut file generated and it is applying way too much wheel force at low game FFB force.

    The first three entries in the .lut file are these:
    I look at it this way. For my .lut file it is setting the minimum force to something like 27%. To check this I set the things back to default and then set the minimum force in game to 27% and got the same exact wheel shaking. I previously had my minimum force at like 10% and was kinda fine with that.

    As for the crazy1.lut file, They didn't name it crazy for nothing :)

  20. Yeah, good program till the end. After running ffb felt better, but had a little "loose-spot" at center and that can be easily seen too when turning high speeds/drifting.
    So lets get to main point why i'm even writing. Does AC need to be open when running wheelcheck and lutgen?