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redarrows2006
10-15-2008, 07:04 PM
Hi some guy in her talk about tighting the string on the joystick.
My question is how do you do that?? Is it when you do calabrate it or must you take the stick apart to make the adjustment?? And how do you do that???
I have an "Logiteh force 3D pro".
My stick is tuned like 100% on strenge force, force feedback, and sentering spring is also on 100% But i still can feel that the stick is too soft and lack of preformence when turning tight bends.
And the stick i think has got a teard/worn out spring?



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FoolTrottel
10-16-2008, 10:26 AM
Does it even have a spring?

Is there any spring-force left when you disconnect it?
If so, there's a spring in it.
(A 'true' FFB stick does not have a spring, it creates the spring forces with its motors)

You could try and open it up, and if there's a spring inside, stick a disk-like object in between the spring and where it's fixed... thus tightening it up.

Good Luck!

redarrows2006
10-29-2008, 08:53 AM
Sorry my late answer. Thanks very mutch m8 i have open it and it was as you note a motor who drive the force in the stick. And i have justed the force and the other adjustment from 100% to 150% and it helpt. But i was not quet satiesfyed with it but it worked.