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wheel settings for fanatec csr and f1

Discussion in 'F1 2012 - The Game' started by Rob Carver, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. afternoon all

    Im expecting a delivery in the next few hours of a fanatec csr. Im just wondering if anybody has some settings (saturation etc) which will be good to use for f1 2012.

    Im just looking to get up and running asap

    Thanks :)
  2. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
    ...... mostly harmless Staff

  3. Too late for linking my started thread. :)

    2 things to for helping out.
    -Check your firmware. early firmware makes activating the wireless xbox connection with a constant squeking noise. I believe you need to be above 706. Im running firmware 737 to date.
    - set your spring setting on the wheel to zero. Otherwise it feels that the fb is the other way around.

    Best money ever spend on a wheel and its multiplatform!
    Add me on xbl if you like, to race each others tt times. :)
  4. Graham Laing

    Graham Laing
    ...... mostly harmless Staff

    Due to the magic of the search box @ the top of the forum :thumbsup:
  5. CSR Elite or CSR? PC, XBOX or PS3?
    I'm using a CSR on a PC, best wheel I have ever owned. Settings I use are.

    In-game settings
    Advanced Wheel Settings
    Steering Deadzone = 2%
    Steering Saturation = 0%
    Steering Linearity = 0%
    Throttle Deadzone = 0%
    Throttle Saturation = 0%
    Brake Deadzone = 0%
    Brake Saturation = 0%

    Force Feedback Options
    Environmental Effects = 60%
    Feedback Strength = 60%
    Wheel Weight = 30%

    On the wheel settings
    Sensitivity (SEn): 340
    Force feedback strength (FF): 70
    Vibration strength (Sho): 60
    Drift mode (dri): Off
    ABS: 90
    Linearity (Lin): 30
    Deadzone (dEA): 0
    Spring (SPr): 0
    Damper (dPr): -3

    If your using XBOX, seeing my setting: http://f-wheel.com/settings/f1-2012-csr-wheel-settings

    $40 game turned into $2000 with Wheel, Pedal, Stand and PC. Worth every penny.