1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.
Dismiss Notice
Like RaceDepartment on Facebook.

What is difference....(Accel + Brake) at the same time?

Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by mcwood, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. Hi~ RD members:biggrin:

    Sometimes, I step on Brake and Accel at the sametime with the both feet.
    However, when i check it with my real time telemetry v2.7...someting is wierd.

    Because i don't use both feet with my real car(auto-discovery 2 V8)
    so, i don't know what will be happen with it.

    when i use both Accel and brake on my Race07,
    I guessed that probably Accel bar-graph will go up also Brake bar-graph.
    but it is different when i check it through telemetry..
    The Accel bar goes down and Brake bar never appear....it seems like
    just same when i release with Accel without brake at all.:confused:

    Is it correct thing, this present the telemetry makes in real life?
    If this is correct present, could be found through telemetry by step on Accel and brake both,
    what will be obtained by ?
     
  2. This is likely because you have the Accelerator and Brake axis linked in your profiler. You need to unlink them.
     
  3. Thank you for your comment it's really important for me...but
    how to unlink it with my G25 profiler? plz~
     
  4. There is a check box in your G25 profiler called something like 'link pedal axis'. Uncheck that box.
     
  5. However, I have tried what you explained...
    Uncheck link pedal axis...then i lost my Accel and Brake.

    only Clutch works, no bar-graph occur at all for Accel and Brake.
     
  6. Marcel vd Aa

    Marcel vd Aa
    AC Paint Guru

    When you use seperate axes for brake and throttle you need to re-assign the controls in game...
     
  7. Ramon van Rijn

    Ramon van Rijn
    Premium Member

    And as a bonus your laptimes will be much faster, at least it was for me when I got rid of the linked axis in Race06 :)
     
  8. agree with Ramon and the reason of it is you are then able to trail brake