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Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by lavjaman, Jan 26, 2009.

  1. lavjaman

    lavjaman

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    Hello all!

    I'm wondering what steering lock setting are you using with this wheel? I've used the default setting (12-14 degree), I felt driving at the limit, but I'm always 5-6 secs behind from the top times in multiplayer.
    Then I set 22-24 degree and improve 1-2 secs but I feel oversteer in fast corners.

    So the question is: what steerling lock should I use overall?

    Regards
     
  2. Ben Tusting

    Ben Tusting

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    What degrees of rotation are you using?
     
  3. lavjaman

    lavjaman

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    It's about 90-95 degree rotation from the center so it has a 180-200 rotation in overall, if Im correct
     
  4. Péter Bártfai

    Péter Bártfai

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    I use 15.
     
  5. Simon Trendell

    Simon Trendell

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    To give you an idea, I'm using 27 in game with a wheel at 900 degrees rotation. Which makes yours extremely tight, obviously with that wheel you can't go to 900 degrees.

    You should use the one that is comfortable, try increasing your steering lock to your wheels maximum and then play around with your steering lock.
     
  6. lavjaman

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    To make clear to me: for example in game steering lock "20" means that turning the wheel with 20 degree the car's tyre turn with 1 degree?
     
  7. Alen Pecanin

    Alen Pecanin

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    I use 14.5 or 15, it appears that that is the default setup for the wheel. But it works fine for me
     
  8. Dave Stephenson

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    I used to use 18-20. It's not ideal as it can be a bit twitchy but with only 200deg is the only way to have a little bit extra in reserve for when things go belly up.
     
  9. Bram Hengeveld

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    With 200 degrees of rotation i would go for 13-13,5 lock
     
  10. James Yates

    James Yates

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    I use 540 rotation with 18 degrees of lock - to get a similar ratio to that you would be looking at about 7 degrees of lock ingame. Obviously that is way too low so i would recommend trying something around 13-15
     
  11. Rhys Gardiner

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    I own a Formula Force/Driving Force EX as well, but I would know next to nothing about steering lock. Sorry. :disapointed:
     
  12. lavjaman

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    Thanks for the replies!

    I did some testing in the past day with steering lock, and found that 21-24 lock works for me the best, altough sometimes in fast corners the tyres turn in too much, so the car leave the raceline (can handled with some practice), but if I take a mistake, I can correct easier.

    I still behind the top times with 3-4 secs, but Im playing the game with wheel only for a half year, hope I can improve. I want to play more online but dont know that is a reasonable decision to participate in the racing club with such a low performance.