I recently bought a Logitech Momo racing wheel [black with rubber grip]. In F1 2002, I found that with the Force Feedback set to a +ve value, the wheel hardly offers any resistance & 'slips & slides'. However, the response from the wheel is consistent. The feel of the track surface [or is it the engine vibrating?] is experienced throughout. I can feel the rumble strips, as well as a few shocks as the car downshifts, or around turns.
Upon setting the FF value to a -ve one, I found that though the handling greatly improved [no slipping & sliding], the feel of the track [or vibrating engine?] is lost on turns. It's as if the FF has been switched off while turning the wheel. During the straight runs, the track feel [or vibrating engine?] comes back on.
The ideal effect would be a combination of the two - the consistent feel of the +ve value & the resistance/stiffness and control of the -ve value
I'm currently using Logitech Wingman Profiler v5.02.116, with all settings set to default. In-game settings are set to default as well. The OS is XP SP3.
Please help. I'd heard so much about the wheel's FF but I'm not entirely happy atm. Thanks.
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