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T500RS Wheel Weight

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Craig Stevenson, May 5, 2016.

  1. Craig Stevenson

    Craig Stevenson

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    What is the best setting to tweak to reduce the Wheel weight?, finding it a bit stiff at the minute in slow corners, think I could probably do with lightening it up a bit.
     
    Last edited: May 5, 2016
  2. M4LLY

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    That would be either be the damper setting in the thrustmaster control panel or the in game force feeback damper setting.
     
  3. Craig Stevenson

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    Damper in TM Control Panel is set to 0, so will have a look at in game setting.
     
  4. Craig Stevenson

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    FFB Spring & Damper both set to 0 in-game, so can't be that.
     
  5. Alx^

    Alx^

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    I think it's steering force if you're feeling it on the corners...
     
  6. Msportdan

    Msportdan
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    steer force or vertical/lateral force.

    my settings on a t300
    sf 60
    lat/ver 50
     
  7. Kurupt CDN

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    Have created a new controller profile since the recent ffb update? They use new profiles and lateral has been lowered on most wheel profiles which use to add alot of weight to the wheel.
     
  8. Lars Hansen

    Lars Hansen
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    I wouldn't bother with the global FFB settings (not at first at any rate).
    Try reducing the FFB multiplier for that particular car, and see if that suits you better.
    Some of them ARE indeed fairly heavy.