The Great Project Cars Whinging and Crying Thread

Discussion in 'Project CARS 1' started by Johnnypenso, Apr 18, 2015.

  1. Mike_grpA

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    Can't remember my settings off the top of my head (thanks to there being ten million of them), but iirc you have an older Fanatec wheel right? I use a CSR, and I haven't touched the ffb settings since early days with Pcars, and the ffb is the best I have ever experienced (when there's no bugs happening). Just let me know if you want the settings and I'll send 'em to you when I next play. (can't be sure when that'll be, as I have 45 PS4 games and not a lot of time)
     
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  2. VBR

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    Thanks Mike, but you already did kindly PM them to me. I haven't got around to updating the firmware on my CSR yet, but will try your settings if & when I do.


    :cheers:
     
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  3. Mike_grpA

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    Ah no worries mate. I knew I'd given them to a couple of people, but forgot who. :dunce:
     
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  4. Gyro1780

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    I have this EXACT problem & it's the main reason i cannot enjoy the game. I have the AI set to 70% which is fine but most of the time i cannot compete because the slightest mistake in any corner causing the rear to slide just sends me off track. There is no way to correct the slide even if i'm at full opposite lock & catch the slide early enough the car does not repsond at all. I've never been able to find a fix for this. I use DS4 as i cannot afford a wheel right now.
     
  5. bleeder

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    I agree that slides in this game are tough to correct, but tuning would certainly get that rear end under control.

    For example, I remember first taking the BAC Mono out soon after launch and not being able to keep it on the road at all due to the oversteer, but after some heavy tuning it's now one of my favourite cars to drive.

    As for the DS4, you'll find plenty of settings on here from people who play that way which will help too. :tup:
     
  6. MisterWaffles

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    Why must you be so hard to find, game of the year edition!?!?!? Now I may need to plan a trip to the big city and EB Games!!