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PostSubject: Logitech MOMO Racing problem   Sun 2 Jun - 3:28

Hi!. Let's see if someone can lend a hand. I have a problem with the steering wheel Logitech MOMO Racing. When I take a while playing, the force feedback seems to soften and lose strength, but when I turn it off and leave it unplugged for a while returns to full strength. I bought second-hand steering wheel a week ago. It is the first wheel with force feedback that I have and still do not know if this is normal. Sorry for my English.

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PostSubject: Re: Logitech MOMO Racing problem   Sun 2 Jun - 13:27

I use the same wheel and I know what you are talking about if you can always leave it plugged in and in logitec profiler you can adjust there to increase the force feed back plus if you have it checked for the game to control this you can adjust from in the game thru options and increase the force feed back there till you find the setting you prefer I hope this helps

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PostSubject: Re: Logitech MOMO Racing problem   Sun 2 Jun - 13:42

Yes, but when this happens, in the logitech profiler, force values ​​have not changed. Simply, when the steering wheel is plugged in a long time, it seems as if the force feedback started to lose strenght. I had thought it might be by to warm the force feedback engine and therefore low operating performance. I don't know if you understand me...
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PostSubject: Re: Logitech MOMO Racing problem   Sun 2 Jun - 14:23

raise the settings in the game options under force feed back in lfs to see if it has any affect

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PostSubject: Re: Logitech MOMO Racing problem   Sun 2 Jun - 16:03

Yes. If I increased or decreased the strength of the force feedback in the options menu, steering force increases or decreases in the track. What settings you use in the Logitech Profiler and force feedback LFS options menu?
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PostSubject: Re: Logitech MOMO Racing problem   Sun 2 Jun - 20:56

I do not have any steering wheel, but maybe some overheat makes it to lose power? So you can try to set force feedback to lower value, so it will have less overheat and more consistent power handling. Just a thought, hope it can help.

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PostSubject: Re: Logitech MOMO Racing problem   Mon 3 Jun - 7:49

The AC adapter could well be overheating ,which means try an adapter with same dc voltage and same or more watts output 24 volt .75 amps . I don't have that wheel either but thats what it sounds like .
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PostSubject: Re: Logitech MOMO Racing problem   Mon 3 Jun - 12:20

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Yes. If I increased or decreased the strength of the force feedback in the options menu, steering force increases or decreases in the track. What settings you use in the Logitech Profiler and force feedback LFS options menu?

it is all about your own preference so adjust to your liking and for different cars and track will be different so you will need to find a setting you like that will work on all for you or just adjust for each car and track to your liking

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