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Wheel settings Logitech DFGT

Discussion in 'GT Legends' started by Paul Bennett, Oct 27, 2012.

  1. Paul Bennett

    Paul Bennett
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    I have now unlocked all on GLT and now working on settings for my new wheel logitech DFGT, which is real improvement over the Thrustmaster 458 toy which I used for Forza in my console days which are over.
    Read the links in your post for wheel settings do I need to make any changes in games or just use Logitech profile settings for Simbin games GTL,RACE07,GTR EVO does one size fit all?
     
  2. Rupe Wilson

    Rupe Wilson
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  3. Rupe Wilson

    Rupe Wilson
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    the profiler looks the same as my g25 so thats a start

    ok in my logitech profiler i made a profile for GTL
    These are the GTL Device Settings:
    Overall Effects Strength = 100%
    Spring Effect Strength = 0
    Damper Effect Strength = 0
    Enable Centering Spring in Force Feedback Games = no
    Centering Strength = 0%
    Report Combined Pedals = No
    Degrees Of Rotation = 800
    use special game setting = yes
    Allow Game To Adjust Settings = yes... if you made a separate profile
    (As far as im aware most people use these setting in our club but the wheel rotation bay differ depending on taste...)


    In game sensitivity
    steering =51
    throttle = 40
    Brake = 20
    Clutch = 95
    speed sensitive steering =0



    Specialised effects
    Momo race
    FFB effects medium (any thing more than medium is a false effect that is generated)
    FFB strenghts from 60 to 95 % depends on cars used

    Also in the options advanced turn down look at apex to 1 or 2. More than 5 can lead to a feeling of understeer

    then when setting up your car in game my wheel lock is about 20 to 25 depending on the car used...
     
  4. Paul Bennett

    Paul Bennett
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    Thanks Rupe

    Seems to be a bit of minefield looking for wheel settings !
     
  5. Rupe Wilson

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    There are some changes you can make in your PLR file
    for manual pit stops,
    Every time you drive it will record it and time date stamp it ,
    FFB effects,

    just shout out if you need help...
     
  6. Rupe Wilson

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    from what ive read and seen the dfgt is a good wheel you'l soon be up to speed with this game... ive only been at it a couple of years now... and i was a complete noob... I could'nt even install a game without help...

    here Stuart's settings..http://www.racedepartment.com/forum/threads/need-help-with-my-g25-settings.45107/
    it uses the same drivers and profiler as a g25 ...Software Version: 5.10.127
     
  7. Rupe Wilson

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  8. Knut Omdal Tveito

    Knut Omdal Tveito
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    Paul Bennett

    For the Logitech settings I recommend the settings Rupe uses.

    As for the game ffb settings for DFGT I think the settings for G25 would work best as they are both gear drives. You can find the ffb settings for GTLegends in the .PLR file located in this folder:
    GTL/UserData/*username*/*username*.PLR

    Open the file in a text editor and look for the following settings and replace it with the following (but make a backup of the file first just in case):
     
  9. Ross McGregor

    Ross McGregor
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    I had a dfgt for 2 years and I used the default ffb In GT legends. 100% strength and medium effects in-game. In Logitech profiler I had overall effects strength at 100% and everything else at 0%. My rotation was at 360-450, just tweak your car's steering lock in-game to suit. Gtl has the best default ffb of any sim out there so really no need to tweak it in my opinion.

    Also, reduce speed sensitive steering to 0 and leave all the other values at their default setting in controller options.
     
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