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Simvibe

Discussion in 'Project CARS' started by William Wester, May 3, 2014.

  1. William Wester

    William Wester
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    Anyone using SimVibe with pCARS?

    I have shared memory turned on but not getting anything out of my transducers.

    LFS and Dirt 3 work fine, 8.5 on the Richter scale :roflmao:

    Edit: Got it working. Wow, I had a hard time forking out the cash for Simvibe but it does step the immersion level up a few notches.

    AC, feels great also. It's going to be hard to race on my consoles!
     
    Last edited: May 3, 2014
  2. museumsteve

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    Simvibe is awesome :)

    Nothing else to say as you got it working ;)
     
  3. Tony Gentile

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    SimVibe mmm looks good
     
  4. museumsteve

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    ...feels even better ;)
     
  5. grifter

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    Care to share how you got it working William?
    I seem to have the same problem. Autodetect worked and created a profile, but nothing happens in the game...
     
  6. Andrew_WOT

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    Must enable shared memory in PCars options
     
  7. grifter

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    Already done that - no difference :(
     
  8. William Wester

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    Do you have SimVibe working with another game?
     
  9. grifter

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    Yes, it's working with iRacing and GSCE. I run 4 chassis transducers plus a butt-kicker under the seat.