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John. When you are racing in the rain how do you keep from going off the track? I can't even complete a lap in the rain and if i go slow enough to then the drivatars leave me in the dust. Can you tell me what settings you have for this rain racing? I'm using a tx wheel and tl3pa pedals. Thanks

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John. When you are racing in the rain how do you keep from going off the track? I can't even complete a lap in the rain and if i go slow enough to then the drivatars leave me in the dust. Can you tell me what settings you have for this rain racing? I'm using a tx wheel and tl3pa pedals. Thanks

 

I'll have to go look up what I run.  Off the top of my head the wheel is set to "simulator" and deadzones are set to 0 on everything and FFB at 100.

 

The biggest tip I can give about the rain is avoid the puddles cause they are terrible.  If you can't avoid it (like Sebring), then hold a steady wheel while going through it and maybe go to 50-75% throttle.  You don't want to be turning the wheel or increasing/decreasing your braking or gas while going through.  Minimal inputs to the wheel and pedals.

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First calibrate your pedals pushing them all the way down, everytime starting console.

 

In wheel
DOR - 540

SEN - 2 or 3

In game
1 - 100 (1 or 2 should prevent from revert feedback when changing from first to reverse)
Vibration 50-100 depend how you like rumble effect (design for gamepads)
FF - 40 - 60
Rotation 540 (should be set automatically when entering to settings menu)

 

Don't forget update FW to v50 (better cooling management)

http://ts.thrustmaster.com/eng/index.php?pg=view_files&gid=12&fid=83&pid=366&cid=15

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