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    Wheel rotation

    Guys just a quick question.
    Does the deegres of the wheel adjust automatically to each car?
    I mean a street car has 900° right? so if you go all the way down to the left/right you can actually see the driver turning the wheel 2 and a half turn. But if you pick a formula 1 car it doesnt have 900° , my question is if the wheel blocks/cuts/reaches a physical maximun when it comes to this type of cars?
    I feel sometimes that my wheel is keep turning but the car has a limit of less dergrees.

    PS: Sorry for my poor english.

    Thanks!

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    it auto adjusts.
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    Yes it does auto adjust for each car.

    What wheel are you using, and if Logitech do you use the profiler and do you have 'Allow Game to Adjust Settings' ticked or unticked?
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    its actually interesting, take a formula C (for example,) for a lap and notice your lock/hand movement on screen. watched the replay in cockpit view and see how much more turning happens . ( its well animated thought ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Prynne View Post
    Yes it does auto adjust for each car.

    What wheel are you using, and if Logitech do you use the profiler and do you have 'Allow Game to Adjust Settings' ticked or unticked?
    g27 and yes its ticked but when i drive a formula 1 car in the game the wheel is locked but physically i keep turning my wheel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trance View Post
    g27 and yes its ticked but when i drive a formula 1 car in the game the wheel is locked but physically i keep turning my wheel
    This is correct, the cars true lock dictates how far you turn your wheel to achieve full lock, you can adjust this with steering ratio if you feel you want to use more or less turning to achieve full lock but you will rarely ever use the full 900 degrees.
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