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T3PA-Pro Pedals Large Deadzones

Discussion in 'Automobilista' started by Seanspeed, Mar 11, 2016.

  1. Seanspeed

    Seanspeed

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    Throttle - about a 20% deadzone
    Brakes - about a 5-10% deadzone
    Clutch - about a 30-35% deadzone

    Posted this on the Steam forum and apparently somebody with a G27 was having the same issue, and I have no problems with this in any other game, so it seems very much like something going wrong with the game. All deadzone settings in-game are at 0%. This occurs with any car.

    Anybody else? This is really troublesome to deal with, especially with cars that I need to modulate the throttle carefully with.
     
  2. PicoBp

    PicoBp
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    Just re-map those pedals in the control settings and it will go away. Seems to be an issue with the profiles that come with the game.
     
  3. Seanspeed

    Seanspeed

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    Thanks man, I'll give that a go later.
     
  4. Zzyzx

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    I had the same problem with my T500 at first. I was using their 'default' profile instead of the specific T500 one. (This was on GSCE).
     
  5. PicoBp

    PicoBp
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    It's an issue with specific profiles as well, but nothing that a re-map can't solve. ;)
     
  6. Darren Brown

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    I had the same issue. I found that the potentiometer had come slightly loose on my brake pedal and was rotating with the gear for the first part of travel. I was only getting 43% travel because it was dead for the 57% whilst it rotated. Tighten it up and hey presto no dead zone. It only has to rotate a tiny amount and you get a huge deadzone.