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Thread: Using a wheel - Which controller sensitivity values result in linear steering?

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    Using a wheel - Which controller sensitivity values result in linear steering?

    I'm using a wheel so I want a 1:1 input/output. I've read I should set sensitivity to 50 for this, is this correct? I'll probably be keeping a non-zero value on speed sensitivity though, most real cars have this I believe.


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    50 is linear, depending on your wheel. If you have a low lock wheel (something under 900 degrees), then there will be some cars where it will never be 1:1 since your wheel may not support the vehicle's full turning range.
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