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Logitech profiler

Discussion in 'rFactor 2' started by Erik Springelkamp, Mar 31, 2016.

  1. Erik Springelkamp

    Erik Springelkamp
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    I am completely new to rFactor 2 (I usually play R3E, but bought RF2 in the latest sale).

    I have a Logitech DFGT wheel and I noticed that I need to open the profiler application in order to use the wheel in this game, and I also noticed that I can set the steering lock, and simultaneously the steering sensitivity with this profiler. My question is, how do I set it to the proper value for a specific car, when I don't know what the real value is?
     
  2. Stig Bidstrup

    Stig Bidstrup
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    I don't know how high a DFGT wheel goes on steering wheel range ,
    But look under Controls in rF 2 options, there you will see and option that says Vehicle set if that box is checked it means it will use the real steering wheel range on that specific car, and your wheel will dial in on that on it self ( if it goes the full range) if you uncheck Vehicle set , that means you decide what steering wheel range you want, and the wheel will use your controller settings..
     
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  3. Erik Springelkamp

    Erik Springelkamp
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    Thank you, I made a profile for rFactor 2 setting maximum steering angle (800°) and now the cars adapt automatically.

    I think that before I installed the newest drivers this all went well accidentally, but the default angle was reset at 200° with the driver update.
     
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