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New to ACC

Discussion in 'ACC General Discussions' started by Ochilbaz, Nov 14, 2018.

  1. Ochilbaz

    Ochilbaz Gamer

    good evening all,

    I am looking for some help if possible please? I am relatively new to PC racing having been a console user for many years. I have been doing some practice in the Huracan at Misano but I am really struggling to brake well. I use the thrustmaster ts-xw wheel with T3pa pedals (the ones with the conical mod) but I really struggle to brake well and hit the apex’s. Question basically is.... is there a brake pressure setting I can adjust because as I say I’m new to pc and don’t really know my way around yet. I have found the wheel set up screen and have found a “brake gamma” option but if I’m being honest I don’t know what that means. Is there a way to calibrate the pedals?

    Many thanks in advance

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  3. Mr.Mugel

    Mr.Mugel Alien

    Gamma means the linearity of the pedal and it can help you a lot! For Gamma = 1 the function of brake power(pedal) is linear. If you modify it, you get an earlier or later response to the brake pedal. Gamme < 1 is an earlier response, Gamma > 1 is a later response (earlier and later response in relation to pedal percentage of course, not time).

    Your pedals should be self calibrating and IIRC you can see the actual axis position in the menu.

    Also in the vehicle setup on track, under "Mechanics" you can find a brake power slider. This limits the available brake power. I would not recommend to use this, as you won´t have full brake performance when you need it. Better to play with the gamma setting.
  4. Ochilbaz

    Ochilbaz Gamer

    Thank you I will give that a try


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