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Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel Settings Help!

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Oct 21, 2014
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hi all,

i have just got a Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel and i am struggling to set it up lol. i know its not the best wheel but surely its usable.
its currently really heavy to turn as well as stupendiously sensitive on the pedals.
if anyone has this wheel and has a half decent setup plz reply because its doin my ed in.

all the best

Rob.
 

Peter Hooper

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I've been using this wheel for a couple of years Rob as have several others in the league here. Settings really are personal preference, what do you currently have it set at?

If you're finding it heavy to turn maybe you have the wheel weight set to high? As for the pedals I tend to have these set at 0.
 
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Also make sure the override input device setting is set to steering wheel, this option is on pc not sure about consoles though but I assume it's there
 

nounoubleu

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I remember as well it was very sensitive on pedals, especially on braking.
Only solution I found was putting a small ball under the pedal in order to make it less soft.
 
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hi all, thanks for the replys.

my complete steering wheel setting are:
control config is set to custom.
Advanced wheel settings:
Steering Deadzone 0.00%
Steering saturation 0%
Steering linearity 0%
Throttle deadzone 13%
Throttle Saturation 0%
Brake Deadzone 13%
Brake Saturation 12%

Force feedback On
Environmental Effects 0%
Feedback Strength 10%
Wheel Weight 10%

Really finding it hard to nail a fast lap with these setting for example 1:10 around spielberg, lots of wheel spin/lock ups(no Assists). just really frustrating. maybe i just need lots of practice only been using the wheel for around 2 weeks, however it just dont feel comfortable to use.

any advice or tips most welcome.

all the best

Rob
 
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