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Logitech G27 Profiler question

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by Felonious_Monk, Sep 29, 2014.

  1. Felonious_Monk

    Felonious_Monk

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    What is your setting for the degrees of rotation for most racing games? I play a lot of F1 2013 and 2012 and have mine set to like 220 right now. I'd like for it to take less wheel turn IRL to turn the wheel in game. Should I lower the degrees even further? what's the lowest you'd go? Lemme know! Later gators!
     
  2. Georg Siebert

    Georg Siebert

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    The normal value is 900° - this mirrors the wheel rotation of real cars. Less degrees will result in less precision but less wheel movement, vice versa for more degrees.
    I use 900° for Street & GT cars and 1178° for Formula cars in Assetto Corsa.

    Wheel rotation is also dependant on FOV. There is actuall only one correct FOV value, which you have to figure out for your own situation. How to is explained under 3.2 here
    http://www.racedepartment.com/threads/assetto-corsa-faq-game-description.91105/#post-1788752
    More FOV will give you less wheel movement and more precision, vice versa for less.

    The Codemasters games feature liniarity and saturation settings that you should dail in after you've set your rotation.
     
  3. Martin Bulgin

    Martin Bulgin
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    I have my wheel set at 270, most open wheelers are around the 300 degree mark I believe.