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PC Will Fanaleds create FFB for brake in Assetto Corsa?

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by kat, Apr 23, 2015.

  1. kat

    kat

    I have been messing around with the program Fanaleds. I was told that it would give my brake pedal force feed back when the brakes were close to locking up. I downloaded Fanaleds but I realy don't see anyway in the program to get the FFB to work. I found a couple videos online and it looks like you just run it in the background, but it still doesn't work for me. I thought AC supports FFB for braking. If not I can move on, but if so can someone tell me what Im doing wrong. My setup is a Thrustmaster TX wheel coupled with Fanatec Clubsport pedals using a Basherboard adapter.
     
  2. Have you used only the default settings. For example you just install the program and let it run in the background, does your fanatec pedals give you any feedback on certain moments?
     
  3. kat

    kat

    Yes I have just the default settings on Fanaleds and no I do not feel any feedback at any time....
     
  4. Marian Zelenka

    Marian Zelenka
    The downforce is strong with this one. Premium Member

    It works, try to check the brake threshold slider. It has some lag issue as it doesn't get signal right from the sim. I won't use it anymore until AC will have full support.
     
  5. kat

    kat

    My brake threshold slider in Fanaleds is at 100. Do I need to set up anything in Fanaleds to make it work because I havent done ANYTHING other than open the program up before I run Steam
     
  6. Marian Zelenka

    Marian Zelenka
    The downforce is strong with this one. Premium Member

    Do you see your pedals listed in info column? Is the "Rumble effects: Brake pedal" checked?
     
  7. kat

    kat

    At work right now but Ill double check when I get home. But I do remember seeing the brake pedal (along with other things) checked. I don't remember seeing pedals anywhere else. Would Fanaleds show the name of the pedals?? When I get home and they are NOT listed in the info column, how would I get them to be recognized?? My pedals do work in the game just no rumble effect
     
  8. Marian Zelenka

    Marian Zelenka
    The downforce is strong with this one. Premium Member

    Yes, it shows "Pedals: Clubsport Pedals." What drivers/firmware do you use? I'm stuck with older as newer gave me problems.

    Anyway, do you have them plugged directly in USB or the wheel?
     
  9. kat

    kat

    I have version 2.3 of Fanaleds. As I said in my original post I have my Clubsport pedals going thru my Basherboard adapter then to my PC, and using a Thrustmaster TX wheel. I tried to plug my pedal directly to the PC but I do not have a cord. I dont know if my the adapter is throwing Fanaleds off someway, But the company told me that I shouldnt have any problem.
     
  10. Thomas Cameron

    Thomas Cameron
    Don't give me your patter Premium Member

    Try turning your sensitivity to around 7 on the pedals and change the slider to 98 on fanaleds.
    This seems to work for me.
    The rumble only kicks in when really applying pressure to the load cell I've found.

    Cheers
     
  11. kat

    kat

    But do you have them directly to your PC??...Fanaleds still not recognizing my pedals. What cord would I need to connect CSR pedals to PC. Im thinking my Basherboard adapter is causing problems
     
  12. Marian Zelenka

    Marian Zelenka
    The downforce is strong with this one. Premium Member

    If you have some new printer, it should have the USB cable you need. It's USB type B on the pedal's site. You'll then see if it works.
     
  13. Thomas Cameron

    Thomas Cameron
    Don't give me your patter Premium Member

    Sorry I didn't see your reply and yes as the poster states above its just a printer cable from the pedals to the pc,If you use them this way they will work properly and give a greater resolution iirc its 1024 bit directly into the pc opposed to 256 plugged into the wheel or adapter in your case.