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Offline Oyvind Andersen

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steering wheel
« on: Thursday, 07. September 2017, 11:44:15 »
I have a problem with and get my steering wheel on and work as I wish in PCC mode.
How do you have these settings
« Last Edit: Thursday, 07. September 2017, 11:44:55 by Oyvind Andersen »

Offline Oyvind Andersen

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Re: steering wheel
« Reply #1 on: Friday, 08. September 2017, 10:49:50 »
no one can help me with this?

Offline Wolfgang Kronthaler

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Re: steering wheel
« Reply #2 on: Friday, 08. September 2017, 13:44:52 »
Sorry Oyvind,

missed this, had no time yesterday. Will have an attention when i am back to my PC.

mobile greets, Wolfgang


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Re: steering wheel
« Reply #3 on: Friday, 08. September 2017, 14:44:38 »
First, pull kerb and road effects back to 0. Because only this way you will get pure FFB without any artificial forces.

Sorry, I don´t understand the "PCC mode" What is this?.

Offline Oyvind Andersen

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Re: steering wheel
« Reply #4 on: Friday, 08. September 2017, 18:20:40 »
Porsche Cup  :D PCC Modd  :D
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Re: steering wheel
« Reply #5 on: Friday, 08. September 2017, 18:58:11 »
OK. :) First, the Porsche has a wheel lock of 540°. I suggest to lock the wheel at the same setting.

Offline Ulf Carlsson

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Re: steering wheel
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday, 27. September 2017, 18:42:05 »
What do you have for settings here.


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Re: steering wheel
« Reply #7 on: Wednesday, 27. September 2017, 18:58:23 »
Brake Gamma to 1, gives you more sensitivity.
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Re: steering wheel
« Reply #8 on: Wednesday, 27. September 2017, 19:40:09 »
OK. :) First, the Porsche has a wheel lock of 540°. I suggest to lock the wheel at the same setting.

Sorry, BIG Sorry. Just had another view at it. The Porsche has a steering lock of -400 to +400 degrees. Means in total 800°. You have to adjust your wheel and the value in AC to this.

Offline Oyvind Andersen

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Re: steering wheel
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday, 27. September 2017, 20:03:08 »
OK. :) First, the Porsche has a wheel lock of 540°. I suggest to lock the wheel at the same setting.

Sorry, BIG Sorry. Just had another view at it. The Porsche has a steering lock of -400 to +400 degrees. Means in total 800°. You have to adjust your wheel and the value in AC to this.
I will test it  :driver: :D

Offline Ulf Carlsson

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Re: steering wheel
« Reply #10 on: Thursday, 28. September 2017, 10:41:57 »
Brake Gamma to 1, gives you more sensitivity.

THX  :thumbup: :driver:

 

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