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What tyre force do you run?


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Msportdan

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Mar 17, 2014
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As there seems to be some debate on what tyre forces ro run, i though of a simple poll to establish the most common values.
 

Ryan Soucy

250RPM
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Nov 1, 2010
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I used to crank it up to 200 and put FFB down to 70 in the earlier builds, but then I learned to tweak the spindle and leave wheel force at 100.
 

Connor Caple

Slowest Racer in Town...
Nov 24, 2009
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I pushed it up to 130 after my first practice session in the Clio and have found that's working for me.

Feeling the grip, recovering slides, even taken it sideways through corners a few times and held it just with the 'feel ' it's giving me. (EDIT: Logitech G25)
 

Msportdan

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I think generally gear driven wheels will need a higher tyre force value than say belt driven wheels. Due to strength
 

Lou Sytsma

500RPM
Oct 9, 2013
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With open wheelers I am using:
Tire Force = 38 - it gives the best balance between clipping and still being able to feel the road/curbs
Master Spindle = 87 - matches my G27 FFB setting
Steering Deadzone = 13%

Without understanding what all the FFB parameters mean in Project Cars, prefer to keep all settings below 100 for the belief that exceeding 100 will introduce clipping.

I cant find this tyre force thing?!!? can someone help point me in the right direction???
Under Controls after you select your wheel to the far right is a Force Feedback submenu.

Tire Force is the first parameter that is displayed on the left hand side of the screen.
 

Msportdan

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Mar 17, 2014
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don't forget make use of the clipping tool (line graph) in telemetry HUD view, to get the FFb to optimal settings for your wheel. If that line straggles to near the top (or disappears) to often, turn down your spindle or the Tyre force.
 
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Reactions: Edu Martinez
May 9, 2015
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Hello there, Im new to these forums and will probably be around for a while but I would like to know what would be a basic set up or adjustments when using a G27?

I know everything else will depend on the car that I use but for a base or ballpark figure, what should I do? I have FFB at 100 and Tyre force at 100
 

SternLX

25RPM
May 17, 2013
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what spindle do you use for lmp2?
For my Thustmaster TX, Master Scale = 36, everything else, default feels good to me.

Hello there, Im new to these forums and will probably be around for a while but I would like to know what would be a basic set up or adjustments when using a G27?

I know everything else will depend on the car that I use but for a base or ballpark figure, what should I do? I have FFB at 100 and Tyre force at 100
Lots of good tips here: http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?22938-Jack-Spade-FFB-Tweaker-Files
I don't use the tweaker XML files myself since I've been plaing dev builds so long I just automatically adjust the settings from memory.
 
May 9, 2015
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Thanks I already did that :)

My real question is......idividual cars settings for force feedback.....what to do?

Should I go default settings and raise the Master scale to 36 or tinker with each car?

this is rather confusing :(
 

Driftoz

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Apr 22, 2015
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atm im running the FFB at 100 and tire force at 85 with fanatec CSWv2 but after reading these forums ill be checking the clipping tomorrow when i have a drive again and see i anything needs adjusting.