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G27 Settings

Discussion in 'DiRT 4' started by XPheco, Jun 9, 2017.

  1. XPheco

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    Hello my rally friends,
    this topic is all abaut the settings on g27 mainly.... if you find some fine settings pls share.... i was running on Dirt Rally the Lar555 settings, they was best for me so im looking for some like that :p if you have some good ideas how to improve driving feeling here is yout space to share .... THX
     
  2. Bengt Lundgren

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    Hi
    Having a question for G27, how can i put brakes on pedal for clutch, having big feet,s so it,s way better for me :rolleyes:
     
  3. ShatteredPixel

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    It's in the settings called input binding under preferences I believe I've only play about 20 mins of the game
     
  4. Jan Larsen

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    Anyone actually succeeded in binding standalone G27 pedals? The game sees the pedals, but wont let me bind to their respective axis.
     
  5. Ross Garland

    Ross Garland
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    Yes. Mine are connected with a Bodnar cable so the game sees them as an unknown type of device. I set them as "pedals", and it let me bind them just fine.
     
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  6. Jan Larsen

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    Cheers Ross, that actually worked, surprisingly. Now, I just need to persuade the game to recognize the rest of the buttons on the wheel...
     
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  7. Ian Cameron

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    These are my FFB settings as used in Dirt Rally.
    Sat 100
    Wheel 70
    Tyre 70
    Susp 78
    Tyre Slip 85
    Collision 100
    Soft Lock 100 ( Advanced wheel setting set to Off)
    Centre Force 106
    Seem ok better than default, see what you think.
     
  8. robnitro

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    Set the wheel friction and tire friction to zero, feels better and i use almost zero centering force. You feel the front end better like in dirt rally.
    The rest around 70-80
     
  9. Eckhart von Glan

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  10. Ian Cameron

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    I've set mine up as follows, how does this compare to yours?
    SAT 100
    WHEEL 0
    TIRE 0
    SUSP 70
    SLIP 70
    COLL 75
    SOFT LOCK 75 (Off in Advanced settings)
    CENTRE FORCE 2
    FORCE ENABLED OFF
    like the feel compared to mine but still not quite right.
     
  11. robnitro

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    Yeah this game feels a bit numb compared to dirt rally.
    I forgot, I had slip off too. In logitech crap driver I have it set to global:
    Overall 76
    spring effect 76
    damper effect 76
    enable center UNchecked
    0%

    450degrees
    Allow game to adjust settings YES

    SAT 70
    WHEEL 0
    TIRE 0 Tried 70, not much of a difference... Weird
    SUSP 65
    SLIP 0 This I mixed up, this to zero...
    COLL 45
    SOFT LOCK 70 (Off in Advanced settings)
    CENTRE FORCE 12
    FORCE ENABLED On
     
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  12. Ian Cameron

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    Thanks will try those settings soon.
     
  13. Eckhart von Glan

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    i used my old g27 settings for ffb (see above) and: they do not work anymore, so the changes to the physical aspects must have been significant. What felt natural in d4 now feels wobbly and mushy, i will try to go halfway back to the baseline settings tonight, and then slowly work my way to a good ffb setup. actually, the settings out of the box seem to have been quite good :)
     
  14. robnitro

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    I also added linearity -2 or -3 helps the middle of the wheel to have more sensitivity/feedback. Still nothing like DR
     
  15. Ian Cameron

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    Tried your settings, great improvement on mine. Except kept linearity at 0, and rotation to 540 degrees in profiler.
    still not feeling 100% can't seem to power slide corners wheel seems to snap back, if that makes sense.
     
  16. Ian Cameron

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    been trying various settings and struggling to find a good one.
    Can anyone post settings please.
     
  17. Eckhart von Glan

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    lol, i am back to almost 100% on each setting, so what codies gave us in the first place. everything else feels out of whack so far. sorry.
     
  18. dcully

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    Im trying everything to enjoy this game, ffb in my G27 is really poor, i cant seem to find any decent settings.
     
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  19. Ross Garland

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    So what is it that people think is "poor" about the FFB? Perhaps if you can explain a bit more then someone could suggest what to tweak in order to make it feel better?

    My settings are:

    Torque: 100
    Wheel: 0
    Tyre: 0
    Suspension: 100
    Tyre Slip: 100

    Feels fine to me, but maybe I'm just not fussy.
     
  20. Eckhart von Glan

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    thx ross, will try those tonight