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F1 2013 - Logitech G25 Wheel Settings

Discussion in 'F1 2013 - The Game' started by Dan Hawkins, Oct 5, 2013.

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    Please find a range of different setups to try out on your Logitech G25 wheel.

    *Coming Soon*


    Made any adjustments? Re-post your settings and tell us what you did :)

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  2. Hi

    Please can you share your optimal setup for the Logitech G25 wheel ? both in game and in the wheel control panel

    Thanks so much in advance
    p.s.
    I am using 2012 one but it's not so good.
     
  3. Also don`t know how to setup Control Panel in game, can`t find Mix Control for fuel. :(
    I play only on Standard.:|
     
  4. Hi, Dan

    Any sign of the G25 settings. I am using F2012 and they are adequate but any improvement would be good

    cheers from Down Under


    Rockhole.
     
  5. Here are some settings for the G25 I found on the F1 2013 technical assistance forum (Community Codemasters). All credits to "Ahorn" who made and posted them.

    Original website (post and pics are in german but easy to identify/understand):
    http://community.codemasters.com/t5/F1-2013-Technical-Assistance/Einstellung-für-F1-2013-PC-und-das-Logitech-G25/m-p/365512


    Logitech Profiler:

    Global Settings

    Overall Effects Strength = 100%
    Spring Effect Strength = 100%
    Damper Effect Strength = 100%

    Enable Center Spring in Force Feedback games = Unchecked
    Center Spring Strength = 0%

    Report Combined Pedals = Checked
    Degree of Rotation = 271°

    Allow Game to Adjust Settings = Unchecked


    Game settings

    Use special force feedback device settings = Checked

    Overall Effects Strength = 100%
    Spring Effect Strength = 100%
    Damper Effect Strength = 100%

    Enable Center Spring = Unchecked
    Center Spring Strength = 0%

    Report Combined Pedals = Checked
    Degree of Rotation = 264°

    Use special game settings= Checked
    Allow Game to Adjust Settings = Unchecked


    In game (F1 2013)

    Advanced Wheel Options:

    Steering Deadzone 1.50%
    Steering Saturation 8%
    Steering Linearity 25%
    Throttle Deadzone 10%
    Throttle Saturation 3%
    Brake Deadzone 10%
    Brake Saturation 3%


    Also don't forget: Override input device : Steering Wheel


    Force Feedback

    Environmental Effects 70%
    Forcefeedback Strength 80% (60%)
    Wheel Weight 70% (50%)


    I also use the F112 Real Feel Force Feedback Mod.

    These are the best settings I found so far but I think that there is still room for improvement.
     
    Last edited: Oct 22, 2013
  6. Thanks, Nas.

    I will give them a try
     
  7. You're welcome! I'd be happy to hear your feedback.
     
  8. Here some improvements:

    Logitech Profiler:

    Global Settings

    Overall Effects Strength = 100%
    Spring Effect Strength = 100%
    Damper Effect Strength = 100%

    Enable Center Spring in Force Feedback games = Unchecked
    Center Spring Strength = 0%

    Report Combined Pedals = Unchecked
    Degree of Rotation = 285°

    Allow Game to Adjust Settings = Unchecked


    In game (F1 2013)

    Advanced Wheel Options:

    Steering Deadzone 1.00%
    Steering Saturation 8%
    Steering Linearity 25%
    Throttle Deadzone 10%
    Throttle Saturation 3%
    Brake Deadzone 10%
    Brake Saturation 3%


    Force Feedback

    Environmental Effects 70% (I personally play without them)
    Forcefeedback Strength 70%
    Wheel Weight 60%



    Feels much more precise. The car control is also way better. For those who play with TC, you can reduce the throttle deadzone and saturation.

    Same for brake deadzone and saturation if you play with ABS.
     
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2013
  9. Ciao!
    I use this setup for my G25:
    In game:
    -steering deadzone : 0.50%
    -steering saturation: 0%
    -steering linearity: 0%
    -throttle deadzone: 10%
    -throttle saturation: 3%
    brake deadzone: 5%
    brake saturation: 3%
    ABS OFF with brake bias in setup: front 47 - rear 53%, medium
    In logitech profile:
    Overall effects strength: 100%
    Spring effects strength: 100%
    damper effect strength: 100%
    Enable centering spring: checked
    centering spring strength: 0%
    steering wheel:
    degrees of rotation 271
    Game settings:
    allow game to adjust settings: checked
    In game force feedback i'm using low valors: 10%;10%;20%.
    Also i use F112 Real Feel Force Feedback Mod
     
  10. Connor Caple

    Connor Caple
    Slowest Racer in Town...

    I just picked the game up this week and found it very twitchy with my G25 on the 0% steering settings.

    I tried 100% Linearity, but that feels like I need to twist my arms off in hairpins, which is pretty much what I see the real F1 drivers doing. :coffee:

    I reduced it to 75% and brought Saturation up to 50% and I feel a little more in control. I don't use a deadzone at all as it hasn't been a problem yet, but may try the 1.5% setting for that tiny middle point.

    I will never race this online as I am way too slow and very bad with these cars, but I'll have fun with it in an offline career eventually. Thank you all for posting example settings and for the fine explanation of them in the original post that led me here!

    (How slow? 1:52.6 is my best at Yas Marina in Vettel's car!) :D