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Steering wheel range help!

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by TuskWarrior, Jan 10, 2015.

  1. TuskWarrior

    TuskWarrior

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    Hi guys. I have R3E set up fine in the logitech profiler and the game itself. My range in the profiler is 900° and the same in the game.
    I use a DTM 92 car and in the steering wheel setup menu the range is 900° and the lock is 30°. Thats fine.
    But when I use lets say a Z4 GT3 the range is 540° and the lock 23°. Thats correct but when I turn my g27 it doesn't match the z4's steering wheel in the game. I assume its because the range I set in the video options menu was 900°. Is there any way to fix this. It's kind of a pain to switch from 900 to 540 and vice versa all the time and it can't be done when you enter a race.
    Small problem but just curious.
    Thanks guys
     
  2. Peter

    Peter
    who cares Premium

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    There is no fix at the moment, except disabling the virtual wheel.
     
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  3. TuskWarrior

    TuskWarrior

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    Thanks peter, yeah that was my only solution also but I find it very bare. The range really should change automatically depending on the car.
     
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  4. Brandon Wright

    Brandon Wright
    I may not be fast, but I'm wide! Premium

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    I turned the virtual wheel off, it was strange at first but added so much to the immersion that I'll never go back. :thumbsup:
     
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  5. Le_Poilu

    Le_Poilu

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    Did you desactivate the virtual driver's arm ?
    Need to get rid of them to have full range on the virtual wheel
     
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  6. Emilio

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    Slightly OT. Have you ever noticed those subtle details related to driver's movements during the race? Like the right hand on the sequential that leans accordingly to the direction the car is taking? Or the right foot, depressing on the accelerator (reeeeally difficult to notice but it's there). I wonder if they'll ever have some room left to enhance driver's animations... it'd be really cool! :)
     
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