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Changing default setups?

Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by Grant Waterman, May 18, 2009.

  1. Grant Waterman

    Grant Waterman

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    Is there a way to change the default setups. I run a G25 with 450 deg steering and everytime I get in a car I have to change the steering lock from the default of 14 deg to around 20 deg. Is there a file(s) that I can change ?
     
  2. Bram

    Bram
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    Change them once and save it?
     
  3. Grant Waterman

    Grant Waterman

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    Yes, but that would be once for every car, for every circuit.Hundreds of combinations. Just wondering if there was a shorter way to do them all at once?
     
  4. Yves Larose

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    don't think so, no matter how it could be done it would have to be done for each car and each track as they all have their own default setup changing for every track
     
  5. Warren Dawes

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    Same here Grant, I have the same thing with the steering lock, but I just change them as needed and save them. I usually change the brake bias slightly to the rear as well while I'm at it.
    I don't believe there is any way to do a bulk change. I'm not sure what happens when you set the new setup as Favourite though, it probably won't help because the gear ratios need to be changed to suit the track.
     
  6. Mike Coleman

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    Best thing to do is make a base setup; e.g. set your steering lock and any other changes you do every time. Then load and tweak for each track. Of course you need a base for each car....

    It's still not what you're looking for, but once you make your base for a certain car, you're done. You can load it onto any track and tweak as necessary.