CSL Elite PS4 (+): Loose/Disconnected FFB Feeling 2
Link to the original thread on 2nd page: https://forum.fanatec.com/discussion/1625/csl-elite-ps4-loose-disconnected-ffb-feeling#latest
Last friday my unit arrived without further explanations from Fanatec, but after quick testing the issue is still present...
Here's the continuous jarring feel / buzzing noise it often make in games with more detailed FFB, once FEI is ~70... The more FFB detail there is the worse it gets; it's not direct feedback, just self-aligning torgue and disconnected rumbling:
Here is another example of the behavior... You don't even need high FFB -values to simulate this, but FEI was set to 60 for recording purpose - Notice very low in-game FFB only 1-1:
Stronger and faster forces only cause these hollow snaps/pops that barely have any impact in the steering, also due to this it's peak power remain very low and steering is weak: look how the right paddle shifter barely moves, although i gently hold the rim. Whenever i crash or drive over a box curb; there's just a empty snap inside the base.
Sure lower FEI fixes the noise, but i guarantee that the loose behavior is there even if it didn't make such noise... (Not a solution, as subtle details are already missing on higher values)
I find it odd how many are comparing it to a CSW when i can't even feel rumble strips properly; and once again when trying to fix it by trying recommeneded FEI values, it only cause louder noises and even more disconnected feel from the wheelbase - It's not tight or direct.
Site note: when doing slalom it feels like the motor is still pushing to that direction which kills the feeling of the car; instead of feeling suspension/tyres there's always this faulty "feeling of loose driveshaft"...
Can't believe how this is acceptable... Anyone else experiencing similiar or is it just me?