2nd Click on
profile and create a game profile. Skip this step if you
already have a current profile.
All pictures are
hyperlinked so feel free to click for a better
3rd Step is to
click on specific game settings under edit tab and set
your settings to match this picture.
Next step is
global profiler settings under options
After that global
device settings under options
Next step is
steering wheel axis properties at bottom left side of
profiler. Left click and choose axis
Next under same
column is the Accelerator properties.
Same column this
time Brake Properties.
Next and final
step open up your Nascar Racing 2003 season game and go
to the options page to set up your force feedback
settings. These are my settings that I use. But may vary
a little from person to person depending on the feel of
the wheel and the type of track you are racing
I start my force
feedback at 30% for all tracks and work from that
starting point. Don't run any dead zone or damping as
this can causes unwanted feelings in the
Run your steering
linearity at 95%
I hope these
settings will make this wheel more enjoyable for you and
help you get better finishes.
With a smooth
wheel it is allot easier for you to diagnose your setups
with a better feel for your race car.
And if you are
one of those people that aren't sure if this wheel is
worth the money. Stop thinking about it and order one
because this wheel is worth every penny and is very high
in quality. Over time this wheel will produce better
finishes for you.