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Coming Soon -- Automatic Wheel Range

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Shannon Flynn, Oct 2, 2014.

  1. Shannon Flynn

    Shannon Flynn
    VirtualHillClimb.com

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    From the dev blog:

    With the next Release we will introduce a new Feature that automatically sets realistic values for Wheel Range & Steering lock on all cars.
    GT & Touring Cars will use 540 degrees, while Classic Cars for example will use 900.
    The Steering Lock will automatically match the degrees of rotation.
    This way you won´t need to adjust these values manually anymore, which means that all cars will handle properly out of the box.
    Currently all Logitech, Fanatec & Thrustmaster wheels are supported.
    This new Setting will be available through its own slice in the car setup screen.
    Of course you can still manually adjust the Wheel Range & Steering Lock within the game if you prefer a different setup.
     
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  2. Msportdan

    Msportdan
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    yes this is the feature I like so much in rf2..

    so hhhmmm maybe they are coming to sim side L(
     
  3. Peter

    Peter
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    You also don't need any rotation in Windows, the game overwrites it all.
    If you have 40° in the driver, the game sets it to the right rotation/lock. No calibration needed.
     
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