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    Lightbulb My Quick Guide For Controller Settings for the xbox one controller

    i know its hard to follow but if you set your controller settings to these and when changing car types change to the preference settings listed below it will make every car drivable and very controllable if you need more turning try to adjust the Speed Sensitivity that seems to be the key. hope this helps. also i have printed this list of and have put it in the back sleeve of the game box for quick reference. so i have made it printer friendly just copy and paste whats below and hit print.

    Project Cars Controller Settings
    Note: All Dead Zones Remain the same when changing cars

    Key
    Preference:- second number (if two given)
    Alternative:- first number (if two given)

    Normal Cars (Road/Race/GT/LMP1+2/Touring/NASCAR)
    Steering Sensitivity: 30
    Throttle Sensitivity: 0
    Brake Sensitivity: 30
    Speed Sensitivity: 75-80

    Open-Wheel Cars (All Formula Cars/Old F1)
    Steering Sensitivity: 30
    Throttle Sensitivity: 0
    Brake Sensitivity: 30
    Speed Sensitivity: 65-70

    Go Karts (Kart One/Super Kart)
    Steering Sensitivity: 40
    Throttle Sensitivity: 0
    Brake Sensitivity: 30
    Speed Sensitivity: 35-40

    All other Settings And Deadzones (Do Not Change)
    Steering Deadzone: 60
    Throttle Deadzone: 20
    Brake Deadzone: 20
    Clutch Deadzone: 20
    Clutch Sensitivity: 40
    Controller Filtering Sensitivity: 15
    Damper Saturation: Locked
    Force Feedback: 0
    RPM/Gear Display: On
    Controller Input Mode: 3
    Advanced: On
    Soft Steering Dampening: On
    Visual Wheel Filtering: On
    Opposite Lock Help: Off
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    Quote Originally Posted by tarbat View Post
    Many thanks for that answer. My requirements are probably unique, as I'm using a MS SpeedWheel with CronusMax, so want steering to exactly match the movement of the SpeedWheel.
    Although that requirement can currently not be fulfilled fully, you can get a long way buy adjusting things.

    Quote Originally Posted by KkDrummer View Post
    I thought the modes were presets. Once you've made a change they become 'a customised setup'.
    They differ in more ways then what you can adjust in the menu.
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    Kudos to you my friend. Excellent guide.
    It is worth mentioning though, that if you have changed the steering ratio on your cars, you may want to reset that when you have completed this guide.
    After going through the guide, I came back to one of the cars where I had changed the ratio to the slow side, and it was really sluggish to drive. After a reset the steering was just as I wanted it.

    Now we can only wait for SMS to complete the patch, so we can get the ratio for stick and trigger movements to match up with what is happening in the game.

    After being a bit dissapointed to begin with, I now find this game awesome!

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    Game comes out on Tuesday here so I will make sure to make these changes as soon as I get logged in! Great post!

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    Excellent guide, I myself had come to the same conclusion after a lot of hours of testing, try the BMW E-30 also.

    Take it for a spin at Brands Hatch, super fun track with this car.
    Last edited by Ixoye56; 10-05-2015 at 21:29.
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    Firstly, thank Buddha for you and this guide. I think the biggest problem with the controls is there are just far too many configurations. It's basically what I had on the of when I used to play gtr 1 and 2 years ago. Sometimes fewer choices may be better. Thanks again man, ill try this until it gets patched.

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    Brilliant post thank you... i will definately use this guide when i play tomorrow. Seems i need to change my sensitivity to zero, because the slightest touch of right stick makes a massive turn in the car, and the throttle seems to be at maximum even when i half press the trigger. Hope this will solve it !
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    Thanks.

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    Wow nice post. Thanks!

    Additionally to changing the controller settings I've put a 0.5-1mm rubber band round the left stick to avoid the max. steering angle. This works very well in the Clio Cup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by z250js2 View Post
    i know its hard to follow but if you set your controller settings to these and when changing car types change to the preference settings listed below it will make every car drivable and very controllable if you need more turning try to adjust the Speed Sensitivity that seems to be the key. hope this helps. also i have printed this list of and have put it in the back sleeve of the game box for quick reference. so i have made it printer friendly just copy and paste whats below and hit print.

    Project Cars Controller Settings
    Note: All Dead Zones Remain the same when changing cars

    Key
    Preference:- second number (if two given)
    Alternative:- first number (if two given)

    Normal Cars (Road/Race/GT/LMP1+2/Touring/NASCAR)
    Steering Sensitivity: 30
    Throttle Sensitivity: 0
    Brake Sensitivity: 30
    Speed Sensitivity: 75-80

    Open-Wheel Cars (All Formula Cars/Old F1)
    Steering Sensitivity: 30
    Throttle Sensitivity: 0
    Brake Sensitivity: 30
    Speed Sensitivity: 65-70

    Go Karts (Kart One/Super Kart)
    Steering Sensitivity: 40
    Throttle Sensitivity: 0
    Brake Sensitivity: 30
    Speed Sensitivity: 35-40

    All other Settings And Deadzones (Do Not Change)
    Steering Deadzone: 60
    Throttle Deadzone: 20
    Brake Deadzone: 20
    Clutch Deadzone: 20
    Clutch Sensitivity: 40
    Controller Filtering Sensitivity: 15
    Damper Saturation: Locked
    Force Feedback: 0
    RPM/Gear Display: On
    Controller Input Mode: 3
    Advanced: On
    Soft Steering Dampening: On
    Visual Wheel Filtering: On
    Opposite Lock Help: Off
    What does "Soft Steering Dampening: On" actually do?

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