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Please give this a try: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1G5J8ZL ... sp=sharing
I virtually got rid of all oscillations by configurating the peak/notch filter (that's actually what those filters are for.)
I think the oscillations are caused by the game trying to minimize the huge dead zone on the Logitech wheel bases - maybe if we could emulate a Thrustmaster T300 or T-GT instead, workarounds such as this wouldn't be necessary.
Here's my Simucube 2 Pro profile:
(copy it and paste it into Notepad, save it as "GTSport.ini" and use the import function of Simucube TrueDrive to import it.)
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[Simucube2_Profiles_V2] Profile1\name=GT Sport Profile1\dxsinegain=100 Profile1\dxsquaregain=100 Profile1\overallstrength=36 Profile1\dxspringgain=50 Profile1\dxfrictiongain=8 Profile1\dxdampinggain=8 Profile1\dxinertiagain=100 Profile1\bumbstoprange=0 Profile1\servo_torquebandwidth=8 Profile1\servo_peakingnotchfilter=3279696 Profile1\servo_damping=81 Profile1\servo_friction=59 Profile1\servo_inertia=99 Profile1\servo_reconfilter1=5 Profile1\filteringModes=0 Profile1\dxsawtoothgain=100 Profile1\dxtrianglegain=100 Profile1\steeringrange=900 Profile1\staticforcereduction=0 Profile1\ultralowlatency=16 Profile1\slewratelimit=900 Profile1\staticforcereductionspeed=1000 Profile1\gamma=1000 Profile1\centerdamping=0 Profile1\centerdampinganglespan=0 Profile1\simplesettings=33686308 Profile1\uibits=0 Profile1\varioussettings=1 Profile1\bumbstop=0
My in-game FFB settings are set to:
Force Feedback Max. Torque: 4
Force Feedback Sensitivity: 10
Remember to change the steering range in the TrueDrive app according to the current car! (can be read off the GIMX window when going on track.)
I really appreciate you taking the time to share your GT Sport profile, Skinny. I had a chance to try it today. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear to resolve the issue for me. I triple validated my in-game settings as well. With that GT Sport profile, when I remove my hands from the wheel at a complete stop, the wheel will oscillate nearly 180 degrees from side to side, which is a step backwards from what I'm currently at. The test car I'm using a Lexus LC500 in case that helps.