GT Sport Fanatec CSL Elite Wheel User Time Comparison

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by Fosterions, Feb 4, 2019.

  1. Fosterions

    Fosterions

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    Some of us have been discussing our CSL Elite wheel settings in GT Sport, the feel we have and of course actual game pace. We're feeling inconsistencies.... maybe? How can we tell? Let's try and collect some data by doing a lap comparison - not competition. The purpose of this is to baseline as much as possible at the start. Since the current weekly Group 3 race is at the Nurburgring GP circuit why not there?! We have @Kie25's track guide and time to target - 1:55.208 (yes, he doesn't use the Fanatec and yes he's in the R8, but it's a great starting point).

    Because I'm starting this I'm starting the parameters :). Let's not get bogged down in changing them.... yet. We can change cars etc later, but for now, let's get some baseline times.

    Unchangeable (for now) Parameters
    Fanatec CSL Elite
    Nurburgring GP Circuit Daytime Cloudy
    911 RSR
    BOP On
    Race Hard Tires
    All other settings default

    Changeable Parameters (hey if you're faster with different settings good stuff, but please state your settings)
    TC0
    ABS Default
    Brake bias -2
    CSL Elite pedals, pool noodle load cell
    Fanatec Driver 311

    Controller & Wheel Settings
    (again, hey, if you're faster with different settings good stuff, but please state your settings)
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    GT Sport February 3rd
    - Controller Steering Sensitivity: 7
    - Force Feedback Max Torque: 7
    - Force Feedback Sensitivity: 10
    
    Fanatec Wheel Config:
    - Sen: AUT
    - FF: 100
    - SHO:100
    - ABS: 30
    - DRI: -05
    - FOR: 50
    - SPR: 100
    - DPR: 80
    - FEI: 50
    My time with the above: 1:59.7XX (I'll get exact when I get in front of the PS4).

    Please give it a go. If I get enough data using the baseline data I'll do some analysis and look for a pattern. At worst, us Fanatec users can see what each other is doing and maybe help each other out. If you can post a video all the better!
     
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  2. Keith2324

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    I have also been watching some of SuperGt's content. Now I realize he's using a different wheel rim, but when he's in a tight corner, he barely gets what would be the gear indicator past the 3 o'clock position. When I'm in a tight turn, mine is between the 5 and 6 o'clock position. Are you having the same issue? Maybe we can get Dom from Fanatec to help us out here also. That would be great.

    Keith.
     
  3. Fosterions

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    He’s using a Fanatec is he? Hmmm, he’s usually pretty responsive on YouTube so maybe he’ll chime in here. We can use his as a reference lap as well. Is he on here?
     
  4. Keith2324

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    I'm not sure if he's on here or not. He mainly uses the McLaren rim now instead of the controller. Here's his rig setup vid.

    Keith.

     
  5. Tassie_tiger

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    Sounds like he just has his wheel set to a smaller steering angle to me.
    ie. Instead of having SEN set to Auto he has it set to a specific turning degree, say 540.
     
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  6. AdamMorcs

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    Same equipment , in was able to get into low 58's.

    I have my steering set to 480 degrees. Helped me ALOT dropping it down
     
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  7. Keith2324

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    Maybe we should add which firmware version we are using to the criteria as well.
     
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