Share your wheel Rotation/Angle - Steer Lock.

Kiptanoi

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Hello!
I am trying to find a good settings for the GT3 cars in terms of wheel rotaion.
With a settings of 900 the cars is really slow turning, and with settings of 360 the porshe is hard to control :p

So I wonder what settings do you all use in this game and what type of wheel base and rim you all uses?
This is my current setup:

Wheelbase: Thrustmaster TX.
Rim: Ferrari F1 Wheel.
Rotation in TM program: 360.
Steer lock settings in game: 360.
 

EsxPaul

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I think the best way you can go about it is to set your TX to it's maximum rotation (900, I think) and also set 900 in game.

From there, adjust the steering responsiveness of each car by altering 'steer ratio' in the vehicle setup. Use a higher value to make the steering less sensitive (works well to help tame the Porsche) and a lower number if you want a more snappy feeling (most other cars).

Hope that helps :)
 
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Leadbelly_

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I use 540 its a fairly popular setting among many sim racers, when it comes to any game that has gt3 cars.


Wheelbase: Thrustmaster TS-PC Racer.
Rims: Ferrari Alcantara 599xx Evo 30 - Leather 28GT - TM Open Wheel.
Rotation in TM program: 540.
Steer lock settings in game: 540.
 

manc0ntr0

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Porsche has 800° of wheel rotation, the others are between 480 and 700, more or less.
The best way is to put max degrees of your base both at control panel and game.

Ferrari 480
McLaren 480

BMW 565

Lamborghini 620
Lamborghini ST 620
Honda 620

Lexus 640
Aston Martin 640
Bentley 640
Nissan 640
Mercedes 640

Jaguar 720
Audi 720
R-EX 720

911 GT3 800
911 CUP 800
 

DrRob

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I was in the 540° boat not so long ago. But with ACC i learned to just set driver and ingame setting to 900° and let ACC take care of the reast. This is what Aris mentioned.
And it works as intended! I still have the same steering angle as with 540°, but now the wheel on screen and mine match up 100%.
Other than that...what @EsxPaul said. :)
 
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maelstrom

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As advised by Aristotelis some time ago, I use 900° in game and 900° in the Thrustmaster Control Panel. If you use these settings, the sim apparently adjusts automatically for each car and should give 1:1 screen wheel vs real wheel rotation
 

Leadbelly_

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I don't really think it matters, what ever feels comfortable is fine. With wheel diameters ranging from 25-26 cm to 32-33 cm, 900° may be just fine on one wheel but terrible on another. Not to mention rally vs f1style steering wheel rims. I asked Jardier what he uses for ACC, 600° is his preferred setting. He also just uses the default fov settings, and it does not seem to slow him down any.
 
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