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General information concerning racing wheels and games: Please be aware that the way in which the products respond and behave is directed exclusively by the way in which the game is scripted by the game's developer. This behavior will be different from game to game and even an update to a game can bring changes in the wheel's behavior. The game developer creates and ensures the compatibility of the wheel with the game. They also create the settings and mapping, so each game will have a different (even if slightly) layout / options menu and configuration. Each configuration depends highly on your personal preferences. Sometimes you may have to manually map the functions and buttons of the wheel in the game that you are trying to play. The wheel may also need to be calibrated in the game's menu before starting a race. The force feedback effects are directly linked to the game, are scripted by the game's coding and pertain to the game's settings. Some games may not allow you to manually set these functions though, and only some games will be fully compatible with your wheel (depending on the support provided by the developer). This having been said, we can tell you that each game has its own "user manual" or indications explaining each setting available in the options menu. As the layout and location of these menus are different for each game, you will have to look up this information either on the game's website, on the game's forums, or simply have a look through the options menu of the game to find the menu allowing you to modify the levels of the force feedback effects.