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nickbalti
01-12-12, 08:31 AM
rFactor 2 Beta detects my wheel fine, and even though a few of the mappings are a bit random I'm not that fussed.

One of my biggest problem is the fact that my FBB is stupidly over the top, I go to break to a stop at about 5mph and I can feel my humerus about to snap!

Secondly, and probably more importantly, is that when I go to turn left or right I have to turn my wheel around 3/4 times just for it to happen. I have tried different settings but can't master it. Any ideas?

richiespeed13
01-12-12, 08:36 AM
This is very odd mate, I have a DFGT linked to G27 pedals via bodnar cable, and I have no issues whatsoever.

I hope you get it fixed soon though.

patryksok.
01-12-12, 08:41 AM
I have no problems with my DFGT too. You have all deadzones to 0? And sensitivity to 100?

nickbalti
01-12-12, 09:03 AM
Yep, deadzones at 0 and I've even tried sensitivity to 100.

Here are some screenshots -

These are the settings.
http://img513.imageshack.us/img513/2319/rfactor2201201121354357.jpg

This is the actual wheel turned to the right 1/4 turn.
http://img836.imageshack.us/img836/326/photo1lo.jpg

This is the actual wheel turned to the right 1/2 turn.
http://img252.imageshack.us/img252/5793/photo2oz.jpg

nivam
01-12-12, 09:09 AM
What is the "(200)" I see next to 900 in the steering wheel range option? I have DFGT detected ok and it shows only the 900 value!

nickbalti
01-12-12, 09:12 AM
I'm not sure mate :(

And I changed it to 900, the vehicle had it set to 480. The higher the number the better it gets, but even at the highest (1440) it's still not great. I wonder if its only treating it was 200 degrees.

patryksok.
01-12-12, 09:36 AM
nickbalti, change Sesitivity from 200 to 100, and set 900 deegrees in Logitech Profiler. And enable Vehicle set ;)

nickbalti
01-12-12, 10:52 AM
Thank you, I have noticed a slight improvement :D

Now, does anyone know how to lower the FBB! It's honestly killing brain cells by the second!

kmw
01-12-12, 10:58 AM
Thank you, I have noticed a slight improvement :D

Now, does anyone know how to lower the FBB! It's honestly killing brain cells by the second!

This doesn't make sense. I have the DFGT and have not had these problems. My wheel turns almost exactly the same as the in game wheel. First, how high is your FFb set in the Logitech Profiler software? (I have mine deactivated - i.e. Use special FFB device settings is unticked). I have Special steering wheel settings' ticked and set at 270 at the moment, but still experimenting with that. And 'Use special game settings' ticked, plus 'allow game to adjust settings' is ticked. Try these first and see if it helps.

Big Takeover
01-12-12, 03:13 PM
I was having the same problem yesterday with my DFGT. It also corresponded with the handling of the cars mysteriously going off.... it just didn't feel the same.

I found the problem was the steering assist in the difficulty settings somehow got turned on to "low". I turned it off, and the 1:1 steering and all the feeling came back.

patryksok.
01-12-12, 03:16 PM
Thank you, I have noticed a slight improvement :D

Turn off all aids.