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problem with understeer

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by ivo63, Jan 29, 2017.

  1. ivo63

    ivo63

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    Hi to all, I use only an x-box 360 controller on my pc, and I have always underster also a slow speed in the corve.
    Can you tell me a good set-up for my controller?

    Bye
     
  2. Ross Garland

    Ross Garland
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    Sounds more like your speed rather than your controller. Slow in, fast out. ;)
     
  3. ivo63

    ivo63

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    ok thank
     
  4. Bobby Pennington

    Bobby Pennington
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    Very important to give the car just enough time to settle after heavy braking before turn in otherwise it will plow. A little rear brake bias helps, but when late braking it gets a little skiddish because you'll start swapping ends quickly. Practice, practice, dial 1% towards the front or rear and practice some more. Lower percentage diff lock coast may also help with not fiddling with the brakes. Opposite lock to ya
     
  5. ivo63

    ivo63

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    many many thank
     
  6. LilSki

    LilSki
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    It could also be gamepad settings. If the speed sensitivity is too strong it won't turn very much even as you slow down. Without seeing a video of you driving it is hard to know the real problem. One thing to watch for is as you slow down and have the stick full lock watch the in game wheel. As you slow down it will start to turn more. If it isn't turning enough then lower the speed sensitivity setting a bit.