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High Speed Steering Linearity Issue

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by agomes2448, Nov 29, 2015.

  1. Hey guys I'm having a problem with my wheel and in game wheel being linear at high speeds. I've had the game for a while and recently decided to use my steam key to get the game on steam. Once I downloaded it and played it for the first time I noticed that when the car reached higher speeds the steering wheel started to not match my steering wheel; meaning I would have to turn my G27 more just to make the in game wheel turn a few degrees. Once I stop the car though the linearity is back to 1 to 1. Does anyone know why this is happening? Is there a setting I've missed? Currently using no assists, wheel range set to 900 with custom rotation off.
     
  2. Turn speed sensitivity to 0
     
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  3. Marcel Kleene

    Marcel Kleene
    Premium Member

    I don't know.... but why not turn off the ingame steering wheel at all.. .you don't want to see 2 wheels, do you??
     
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  4. Some people just like it.

    i do the Steering wheel ON when i drive cars/karts who have LCD Motec's installed.

    So you don't miss any information

    ;)
     
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  5. William Wester

    William Wester
    Premium Member

    I keep the in-game wheel on:

    1) My real wheel is not in the normal line of sight, I don't really see two.
    2) My real wheel is not visually authentic to the cars I'm driving - vintage, open-wheel, etc.
    3) My hands/clothing not authentic to the cars I'm driving - I'm not about to put on racing gloves and driving suit to drive a virtual car - my wife would get a chuckle out of it though!

    I like the virtual wheel and hands/arms w/gloves/suit.
     
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  6. As a rule I generally only use the virtual wheel when it contains the driver display for gears and laps and position and such.