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RBR Steering

Discussion in 'Richard Burns Rally' started by MrLemonnade, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. MrLemonnade


    Hey just wondering is it normal that when i play RBR its very difficult and sensitive when it comes to steering its very hard to control which makes it feel unrealistic. Is there anyway i can make it so my car isn't all over the place?
  2. William Levesque

    William Levesque

    Sensitivity should always be at 50%...

    What's your steering wheel ? If you only use a few degrees of rotation it can make your car more twitchy, especially with a high steering lock...
  3. Warren Dawes

    Warren Dawes

    It's difficult to advise fully without knowing which Controller you are using. A good wheel is highly recommended for this Sim.

    I use a G25 and find the Steering very realistic, but you may need to make some settings adjustments to fine tune it to your liking.
    The Steering is usually more twitchy on Tarmac than on other surfaces.

    Here are some tips that may help:

    1. Go into your RBR folder, usually located in C:/ProgramFiles/SCi Games/RBR and find the file RichardBurnsRally.ini, open this up in notepad, and delete the top line that says ConstantForceMultiplayer = ... (wise to make a backup of this file just incase it doesn't work for you).

    Rename PC_Inputfilter.ini to PC_Inputfilter.bak or delete completely.

    2. Here is a very useful thread discussing Steering Ratios:


    3. Here is a link to my G25 Settings, based on the above thread advice:


    With these Settings, I usually use the maximum Steering Lock under the car setup options (in-game, under Tuning).
  4. Mika Kerttula

    Mika Kerttula

    thanx these :)