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Logitech Driving Force Gt wheel F/Feedback seetings....?

Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by Darren Jason O'Brien, Nov 29, 2011.

  1. Darren Jason O'Brien

    Darren Jason O'Brien

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    I just got a Logitech Driving Force Gt wheel for my B'day, and wanted to see if anyone else has this and what Settings you use for the Force Feedback, like Steering Force, Curbs etc, I had at 100% on all and was almost impossable to drive, so been playing around to get a good feel.
     
  2. Marco Bijl

    Marco Bijl
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    Check this topic for more info about Feedback settings.
     
  3. Mike Roe

    Mike Roe

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    I used to have a DFGT and now moved to a G27 but used these settings on both.

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    rotation changes depending on car.

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  4. Darren Jason O'Brien

    Darren Jason O'Brien

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    Cheers for that Guys, Ill play around and see how i go, Much appreciated.
    Interesting on your settings to what I had, See how it feels..

    Thanx guys..

    :)
     
  5. Brian Gelsinger

    Brian Gelsinger

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    Everyone sets the wheel the way they like. I had to reinstall all my Race 07 Evo ect and noticed how good it feels right out of the box. I think I,ll leave mine alone for now . GL hope you get it dialed in.
     
  6. EAO Hector

    EAO Hector

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    With 362 deg. of rotation, how high do you set the steering lock?
     
  7. Ross Garland

    Ross Garland
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    However high feels right to you. Both FFB and wheel settings are a matter of finding what you feel most comfortable with, not copying someone else and trying to get used to their style. If you like your car twitchy and responsive set the lock high, if you prefer it more stable and slower to respond set it low.