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Wheel Settings for F1 2011

Discussion in 'F1 2011 - The Game' started by Kartik Sri Harsha, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. Kartik Sri Harsha

    Kartik Sri Harsha

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    Hi Guys
    I was using the G27 from More than a Month and was tweaking the Wheel Settings to get 1:1 Ratio
    I was curious What was the Steer Saturation and Linearity settings of others
     
  2. Steve Greenwood

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    with G27 I used all settings on 0% except steering sat 0-15% track dependant and brake DZ 2% FFB 20-80-50
     
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  4. Kartik Sri Harsha

    Kartik Sri Harsha

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    I Guess Achieving the 1:1 Ratio for Steer is hard in this game
    I was Using 66% of the Saturation but still the Sector 3 of Malaysia was hard to get right for me
    @Bram Hengeveld I was using 273 Degrees in the Logitech Profile but in game the wheel was turning upto 900 how to get rid of it??
     
  5. Dmitry Zaharov

    Dmitry Zaharov

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    There is a thread, but in short - everything in F1 2011 is 0% except brake deadzone and wheel rotation is 315 degree. I used to play with a lot of linearity and about 240 steering angle but it was wrong practice mostly because it just compensated for wrong FOV and added further complications for setup. Simpliest thing is the best.
     
  6. Kartik Sri Harsha

    Kartik Sri Harsha

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    Ok i will test but for me the Problem arises at the Fast Left and Right Corners like in Sepang Sector 2 i guess 1:1 Ratio will help to get them Perfect with out loosing much speed for me
     
  7. Dmitry Zaharov

    Dmitry Zaharov

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    The problem with these corners is because the apex of right hander is totally blind is a bit tighter. It is the question of practice i think. There are also some markers like the outside kerb of a previous corner and just when it ends you can lift off and start turning.