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Wheel Lock - Driving Force GT

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by Jose Navarro, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. Jose Navarro

    Jose Navarro

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    Hello all!

    I received today my driving force gt!! and have a problem.

    The wheel is lock when im in straigh, the only way to get 900° is to get out of the road

    I have the following setting that I copied from youtube.

    0%
    75%
    70%
    0%
    100%
    0%
    100%

    The video is the longest one, I think is about 37 minutes, but youll see the settings at 4 minutes or less, just put driving force gt setting.

    Thanks

    Rafael
     
  2. Wojciech Grabowski

    Wojciech Grabowski

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    Do u have Logitech Profiler? You can choose how much ° u want. I have same wheel, never had problems like that.

    My settings are: all SENSITIVITY to 100%, DEAD ZONE 0% (wheel, throtle and brake), Saturation 20%.

    And I don't think 900° is good for F1 car. 360° is enought.

    If ur playing on PS3, I don't have idea.
     
  3. Jan-Olov Johansson

    Jan-Olov Johansson

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    As had been said, use Logitech profiler software to adjust your turning angles (if you are on a PC) I recommend 200 degrees for the best experience as 900 would be undrivable.
    If you are on a console... I have no idea of how to set it.
     
  4. Lenard Schaeffler

    Lenard Schaeffler

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    Yeah I use 230
     
  5. Jan Köhler

    Jan Köhler

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    185. Except for Monaco. Wheel rotation matches ingame rotation 1:1 (saturation at 100%, linearity 50%)