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STaLLiOnO
15-01-2018, 23:18
The settings i have are a bit twitchy. Anyone have a good stable controller setting.

Mad Al
15-01-2018, 23:59
The settings i have are a bit twitchy. Anyone have a good stable controller setting.

how about you post your current settings... as otherwise nobody has any idea of what you consider twitchy

STaLLiOnO
16-01-2018, 00:28
how about you post your current settings... as otherwise nobody has any idea of what you consider twitchy

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TooMuchCyanide
16-01-2018, 00:38
I use these settings. I'm not a "tapper" so this might not work for those that do. This gives me fine control across the board.

Steering Deadzone: 0
Steering Sensitivity: 36
Throttle Deadzone: 0
Throttle Sensitivity: 50
Brake Deadzone: 0
Brake Sensitivity: 50
Speed Sensitivity: 90
Controller Damping: 34
Controller Vibration: 100

julia-6
16-01-2018, 00:43
I have steering sensitivity at 22. Throttle sensitivity at 5. Brake sensitivity at 8. Speed sensitivity at 95. Controller damping at 83. Controller vibration at 100.

But have you done anything with the car setups? There is a setting for steering ratio. With a game pad you might find the steering more manageable with the setting at 17.5:1 on all cars. I find anything under that too twitchy. The default steering ratio might be fine with a wheel rig, but with a game pad you're not authentic so who cares?

ATSS
17-01-2018, 20:04
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Im pretty competitive with it both offline/online.

Just play with your left thumb easily and be precise.

luckyluca
17-01-2018, 22:25
I've been experimenting with controller settings for the past 2 weeks.

My findings are that high speed sensitivity makes turn trajectories wider especially at low speeds. This is noticeable on tight sharp corners by watching the steering gizmo (bottom left hand corner).
In other words it prevents tight turns at moderately low speed resulting in a forced wider trajectory (i.e. long beach last turn).

I find speed sensitivity of 75-78 is a good compromise. I've been experimenting gt3, road, rallycross and the following settings are a bit sensitive but work ok for me on all disciplines:
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I'm on ps4 using the ds4 controller and kontrolfreek stick extensions.

I tried all sort of settings combinations to achieve tight turns and high speed sensitivity, including experimenting with tuning and steering ration, without luck.

Ideally I wish I could have high speed sensitivity which helps smoothness at high speed and yet the ability to achieve close to full 180degress turns at moderately low speeds.
Do feel free to contradict me, let me know your findings!

peterCars
17-01-2018, 23:39
worth noting that damping can affect how stiff the actual wheel ffb is. ffb volume does this as, on Fanatec F1 wheel FF and Drift (DRL?). and wings and tyre pressure and toe in and camber. and probably 20 other things.

DaFank
18-01-2018, 00:01
Very good for me:
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