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Steering assistance despite setting "Get-real-mode"?

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Jan Ringas, Dec 7, 2013.

  1. Jan Ringas

    Jan Ringas

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    Hey everyone, I have been doing some laps in DTM Experience and I really like it so far (especially the exterior sounds make me feel like being at a real DTM race).

    I'm driving with a Logitech DFP and noticed that the steering wheel sometimes reduces the turning degree although I don't change my input. This happens for example if I spun and want to turn around doing a "half-donut". You can see this quite well if switching to the external view and turning the perspective using NUM4 / NUM6.

    Is that happening to everyone or would I have to change some other setting apart from choosing 'Get Real'?
     
  2. Peter

    Peter
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    You can searche this this line in your controlset, open with notepad and change this line to 0.0 Default is 5.9

    Steer Ratio Speed="0.0" // Speed at which low speed steering lock override ends (for pit navigation, units are meters/sec, 0.0 to
     
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  3. Jan Ringas

    Jan Ringas

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    Wow, thank you very much for that fast answer! :)
    After changing that line the car behaves exactly as I wanted it to. In combination with using the whole 900° of rotation of my wheel (in-game steering lock set to 40) the game now is even more fun!
     
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  4. Gary Horneck

    Gary Horneck

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    Much better control with the ratio set to 0, and wheel at 900. Thanks for that tip.