“Be careful what you wish for in case you get it“
I got the gearshift working through Fairshift by going through the Fairshift Readme; NOT having Fairshift and GEM2 in the same compatibility and using the GPL settings from Logitech and taking one2fwee's advice on the KPs , so I now have it working.
I had not realised how precise one has to be on revs with every change, up and down. Up is easy but I would appreciate a bit of synchromesh on the way down !
The ’visuals’ are rather disconcerting, as a hand does not come off the wheel and the gear lever only moves when the clutch pedal has been let back after the gears are in sync and engaged, i.e. the gear lever will not move when the clutch pedal is depressed, My recollections of a crash box (at much lower revs) was that if one had not got the revs quite correct, one was able to complete the change (NOISILY !) by pressure on the gear lever with the clutch depressed and then let the clutch back ? Perhaps Pete can remark on this if he reads the post.
Pribluda is needed to let one know which speed is engaged. I use PB anyway.
Quite a learning procedure to go through, but I think it will be worth it.
Logitech G920 Wheel
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