Best Steering Wheel on the Market for GTS?

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by GA 52, Apr 30, 2018.

  1. Pfoetiman

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  2. GA 52

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    Sorry - been working all . day on my racing wheel to be able to attach it. I am posting a picture here so you can see. Both steering wheel base and pedals I had to do - so now time is here to try it all out. :) DSC07660.JPG DSC07664.JPG
     
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  3. Mirror_man

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    Great job dude!!!! If you want it to look great too, simply paint the wood or wrap it with some nice plastic sheet.. or something like it! :)
     
  4. GA 52

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    Absolutely and yes it will be painted black...- but now I need to seriously do some racing here . :) . :) . I understand that the load cell set-ups are very much personal feelings - but I have tried out a few different ones now - but still find them kind of "harder than I like" to get a good braking. Just wonder what would be the norm for an average racer out there?
     
  5. super_gt

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    Good work, but isn't it more easy to make three holes and hard mount the wheel?
     
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  6. Pfoetiman

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    Turn down brF on your wheel to 020 or 010. That‘s my setting.
     
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  7. GA 52

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    Thanks - possible the time to read the instructions..??????? :) Appreciated dude! Cheers - :cheers::gtpflag:
     
  8. GA 52

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    Couldn't do it as both of the platforms (pedals and steering wheel) were too small.
     
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  9. Pfoetiman

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    You‘re welcome.
     
  10. GA 52

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    Pfoetiman, is there a place where you can watch and see how they do the different setups on the wheels? Like step by step? I'm too nervous to just start pushing buttons on the wheel....... :nervous:
     
  11. Pfoetiman

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    Maybe on YouTube. You can read it in the manual.
     
  12. Pfoetiman

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    I can make you a video later today if you want to.
     
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  13. Edcam33

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    Can you use the fanatic peddles with a T-GT wheel ?
     
  14. super_gt

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    Do you mean pedals?
     
  15. Edcam33

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    Yes pedals sorry
     
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  16. GA 52

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    Hei dude - just found out - sat down and played with the "wrench" and I found the Brf - sat it to 20 then 10. I'm in heaven! WOW - now we're talikng braking here - holy cow! Wow mate - THANKS!!!!!! You're being a good help also mirrorman,supergt and all. Great stuff guy's. Getting back to business now - all working great for me now. Happy to have 1.5mnths more vacation! Gonna lose a lot of weight . :)
     
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  17. GA 52

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    I heard some earlier comments that you can but there must be an additional adapter as I understood. Search around a little. :)
     
  18. Mirror_man

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    I don´t know what you mean... as you know the brake cell may differ depending of the brake stifness as in figure from the manual...

    And I don´t know which is the one in my pedals (sincerily)... But through the Wheel Variable BRF ... try starting at Off and raising 10 each time... (I honestly use.. Off!!!) And I have heavy feet...
     
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  19. GTAJoerg

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    I drilled some holes into the metal plate of my PLAYSEAT for the FANATEC CSL Elite wheel base and it works just fine. No need to mount a wooden plate.
     
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  20. super_gt

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    You will need CPX Adapter which is discontinued from production,try to find it second hand.
     
  21. GA 52

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    Now that I learned between the Bfr settings on the steering wheel combined with the setting of rubber stiffeners in the back of the pedal I now (finally) get the picture.... phuuuuu too ol' for computers and stuff... LOL . Cheers mate.
     
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    On PC you can use the pedals as standalone I believe.
     
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  23. super_gt

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    Because he asks in the GT Sport forum I guess he means to use those on PS4.:)
     
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    Of course... and that only with adapter.. inclusivelly for pc... cause conection is not usb...
     
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  25. GA 52

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    Guy's - one question. Is there a way to adjust for gas pedal travel length from no gas to full gas?
     
  26. super_gt

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    On the pedals themselves,no.
    May I ask why?
     
  27. Pfoetiman

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    You can do it if you connect your wheel base to your pc and enable an option in the game controller options. I don’t know the name but something with “enable ... lc...(no auto calibration)”. Then you can adjust min and max value of clutch, brake and throttle. I did it this morning but had no time to test it. Think I can test it tomorrow.
     
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  28. GA 52

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    With a 8 to 10cm travel and it looks like the foot rest are made for the floor not from a racing seat so when I push the gas pedal from 0 to full my heel slides 8 to 10 cm in a forward movement. I don't know if you understand but it changes my position behind the wheel. Sorry - I'm Norwegien not good in this english things......
     
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  29. Pfoetiman

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    It works. I just tested it. Dead zone, maximum outputs are like I setup in the pc. :)
     

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    Dear all,

    I need some help as my new CSL Elite Racing wheel is too heavy on the steering and it feels a little bouncy in the corners. The wheel is now set as: S_1, Sen-Aut, FF-095, Sho-OFF, AbS-OFF, dr1-OFF, For-100, Spr-OFF, dPr-OFF, brF020, FEI-004. Any better suggestions would be HIGHLY appreciated! Thanks and have a great day. :)