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t300 Settings - Steering Lock

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by Thomas O'Malley, Nov 2, 2016.

  1. Thomas O'Malley

    Thomas O'Malley

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    I have a new t300 GTE. I have followed settings guides including MyLut and wheelsettings.exe, the ffb settings are ok but the steering is too sensitive. I move the wheel one inch to turn into a corner. What should I do.
     
  2. TeSL9

    TeSL9
    Pessimistic (rarely flying) Finn :) Premium

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    You should have 900 degrees in the windows thrustmaster wheel settings. And
    In game for example formula 3 : 360 degrees and about 22 steering lock.
     
  3. Large Style

    Large Style

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    Access your computers control panel, find your wheel and open its properties - in here you can manually set the degrees of rotation, but you can tick a box somewhere in there that'll allow games to modify the settings - if you do this then most game wills automatically set the rotation for the car that you're driving. Raceroom, Automobilista, and Assetto Corsa have automatic rotation, F1 (Codemasters) don't. Otherwise I leave it set to max value of 1080 degrees. So far I've not touched steering lock values in game as they should be automatically set to the correct value in relation to steering rotation.
     
  4. Thomas O'Malley

    Thomas O'Malley

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    Yeah this is what I did. I set it to 1080. I think it was on 900 before. Its great now. I have ffb set to 70% which is probably a bit low but I am getting the feel of driving again and starting to get consistent.