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Which is the best wheel settings and wheel stand for a Thrustmaster TMX?

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Hi, This is my first post here and I am looking forward to being a member on this forum. I recently bought, and by recently I mean today, a Thrustmaster TMX Forcefeedback wheel. This is the first racing wheel I have ever owned, so I was not aware that I needed a stand for it to work properly. I would like to know which would be the best stand to go with, and what settings I should use for my wheel. Thanks!

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hello
this is what I use..

360 degrees rotation (game is also locked at this giving 1:1 input)

10% linearity on the wheel ingame

1% deadzone on the wheel turning in game

1% deadzone on the brakes in game

ffb settings ingame:

force feedback: 0%

environmental: 0%

wheel weight: 100%

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Soupy1985 said:
hello
this is what I use..

360 degrees rotation (game is also locked at this giving 1:1 input)

10% linearity on the wheel ingame

1% deadzone on the wheel turning in game

1% deadzone on the brakes in game

ffb settings ingame:

force feedback: 0%

environmental: 0%

wheel weight: 100%

It is a very good setup, thank you for sharing, I will try it!

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With the control setup above you are losing out completely on the feedback effects of 'feeling' the car moving around? and when the back end loses traction for example. Personally I have similar setup except (from memory) I use forcefeedback settings force feedback 60%,environmental 35%, wheel weight 85%

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Hi! It seems you only got half of the answer :o)
The best wheel stand you can use is the GT Omega Pro racing simulator (basic version is the cheapest).
Way better than Playseat that seems like a boys chair toy. 
Careful: not the GT Omega wheel stand (wobbly), but the GT Omega Pro racing cockpit. 
Good luck!

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Soupy1985 said:
hello
this is what I use..

360 degrees rotation (game is also locked at this giving 1:1 input)

10% linearity on the wheel ingame

1% deadzone on the wheel turning in game

1% deadzone on the brakes in game

ffb settings ingame:

force feedback: 0%

environmental: 0%

wheel weight: 100%

It is a very good setup, thank you for sharing, I will try it!
You remove all the FFB???

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