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m23 m26 ffb deadzone steering

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#1 Risto Kappet

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Posted 03 March 2014 - 03:14 PM

Both of those cars have a big deadzone in the FFB and a very sluggish feeling to the wheel. Its like the steering amount is not linear, it doesnt turn at all at first and then suddenly starts turning.

M23 itself drives well if you get used to it but its very weird, M26 has same feeling problem + drives bad (i have written about it earlier in the forum so wont repeat)
It gets better if you increase steering lock from 15.5 to say to 18 but still not quite right fundementally


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#2 Shadowbounty

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Posted 03 March 2014 - 04:45 PM

Agreed, always noticed that but I don't know if it is actually supposed to be like that or not.







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