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Discussion in 'WRC 7 The Game' started by daveneverend, Sep 17, 2017.
do you have some setting
On my T300, I'm using 85 % gain with everything else at 100 % (and yes, that includes spring and damper) in Thrustmaster panel with in-game FFB and vibration both at 50. Feels ok-ish, even though there's really no self-aligning torque in the game.
Not sure if that helps you.
I have a T500 RS wheel. I have tried a lot of different settings but ended up with the following settings:
In wheel profiler
In game 100% for both settings.
Ahoj. Je to t500 rs? ja nie ...
English here please. Thanks.
totally agree, the wheel just flops side to side with no tyre force realigning the wheel. Feels god awful on my t300. EVen damper at 100% doesn't do anything! What a regret.... uninstalling.!
If damper at 100 % doesn't do anything for you as opposed to damper at 0 %, there's some kind of issue for you. It should feel drastically different (not saying better or worse, but definitely different).
if there was it wasn't enough to make it feel any better. Still was floppy.
just to check, I enabled the damper 100% in tm profile, then went into raceroom and turned the damper to 100% in that..
Yeah WRC is not right.
it#s written for handheld controller is my guess, no amount of fiddling will make a wheel behave realistically. Pity, the tracks are sooooo good.
In my testing i found that:
Spring force= Self aligning forces (needs spring)
Shock force= Dampening of the wheel (needs damper)
Constant Force= Suspension movement
So l think the last two describtions are the wrong way round in game.