Messing about with FFB and came across no SOPs

Discussion in 'Project CARS 1' started by dopedog, Dec 31, 2015.

  1. drandiiski

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    It also means that you will feel forces in the FFB from weight transfer, rear tires forces and probably more, that you generally are not supposed to have in your wheel feedback.
     
  2. JBF77

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    So does taking away SOP mean you have to increase mx,fx,fy and mz sliders from when you had them with SOP?? Ever since I got my replacement wheel last week I've been determined to finally get my FFB nailed, haven't been getting very far though :banghead:.
     
  3. Blood*Specter

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    Please check the tuning forum for more information.

    Remove all SOP (zero) settings. On the first FFB screen, make your master setting 24.
    Then set FX, FY, FZ and MZ all to zero. Make all filter settings zero. Leave the rest of the settings default.


    Now add a small amount to FX and drive. Then add to FY and drive. Same for FZ and MZ.
    Test until the road feel and reaction to bumps and curbs is right for you.:cheers:
    FX = Acceleration/Braking Feel
    FY = Steering Weight when Turning
    FZ = Feel Over Curbs and Bumps
    MZ = Feel when Losing Traction
    I see this in a post by Mr. Dog it helped me a lot.......:tup:

    Also remember this is different for almost every car. So find a base setting, then test each car you tune from it.
     
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  4. JBF77

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    Great, thanks a lot :tup: