Fanatec Podium Direct Drive Wheel Bases Thread

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by super_gt, Sep 14, 2017.

  1. Zipperface

    Zipperface

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    hi, sry for the delay, i didnt noticed that im not banned(reason was that i sayd my opinion to the fast&furious movis) anymore.

    have not changed this settigs now for couple of months. to me, it feels good. personal sweetspot arrived.
    there are 2 main settings, one race setting and one drift setting that i use on all games and platforms. pc, xbox, ps4* *via drivehub
    i just change ffb strenght ingame to reach clipping point(13nm peak). wheel settings i didnt touch anymore.

    race setting:
    SEN 1170°
    FFB 52
    LIN off
    NDP 75
    NFR off
    NIN off
    INT 1
    FEI 100
    FOR 100
    SPR off
    DPR off
    BLI off
    SHO off
    BRF 90

    drift setting:
    SEN 900
    FFB 50
    LIN off
    NDP 40
    NFR off
    NIN off
    INT 1
    FEI 100
    FOR 100
    SPR 100
    DPR 10
    BLI off
    SHO off
    BRF max
     
  2. Carrera1963

    Carrera1963

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    Apart from the above from Zipperface, does anyone have any updated (firmware 400+) settings for the PS4 DD for GT Sport, F1 2020, or Dirt 2.0?

    All the "recommended" Fanatec settings are pre-LIN/etc.
     
  3. ChewParker

    ChewParker

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    Try this for GT Sport. Should give you a good base to work from. I tried to get as much detail as I could get from GT sport without the wheel getting too notchy and spiky.

    FFB:22
    LIN:Off
    NDP:20
    NFR:Off
    NIN:Off
    INT:5
    FEI:100
    FOR:100
    SPR:OFF
    DPR:50
    SHO:100
    BRF:60

    game settings
    Controller: 7 (no idea if this matters)
    Ffb Max torque: 5
    Ffb sensitivity: 10 (lowest ingame damping setting. We want the detail!)

    Lower FOR to 90 for less spikes if need be and increase INT to smoothen the notches out to your own taste.

    Hope this helps
     
  4. Carrera1963

    Carrera1963

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    Location:
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    Thanks, I’ll give it a go!
     
  5. Carrera1963

    Carrera1963

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    Location:
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    I made a quick DIY power switch while I wait for my e-stop & LED power switch parts to arrive.

    Mounted to a 4040 corner bracket (and yes it’s off centre!)

    it works well, so I’m confident the final version will be good (and only cost $20)
     

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