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Discussion in 'Automobilista' started by AlexPozoPérez, Jun 20, 2017.

  1. AlexPozoPérez

    AlexPozoPérez

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    Alguien sabría decirme cómo evitar que el volante se gira sólo en "-100" de la fuerza de respuesta de motorista? O por lo menos, a medida que más cuenta de los pianos y los baches, gracias.

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    Alguien sabria decirme Como Evitar Que El volante se gira en solitario en "-100" de la fuerza de respuesta en Automobilista? O al Menos, Como Notar Mas los pianos baches y, gracias.

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  2. Dennis Phelan

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    Someone would know to tell me how to avoid that the steering wheel turns solo in "-100" of the response force in motorist? Or at least, how to notice But the potholes potholes and, thank you.
     
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  3. Andy Jackson

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    Ahh that's an easy one. The -100 is equal to the maximum diameter of the steering wheel when multiplied by the FFB spindle strength. In conjunction with the diameter of the given road wheels, this force is elementary.
    As for the potholes, the damn potholes, avoid them like the plague, they are particularly bad for low profile alloy rims on sunny days.
    Hope that explains it.:thumbsup::)