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    Have you tried increased steering ratio in car setup?
    Not sure if that had a real effect on gamepad PS4, but it might help with a mouse on pc.
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    Project CARS 2 mouse steering with delay

    Quote Originally Posted by hkraft300 View Post
    Have you tried increased steering ratio in car setup?
    Not sure if that had a real effect on gamepad PS4, but it might help with a mouse on pc.
    I try explane with video.

    Here the video how mouse steering works in LFS (same effect i can take with install PPJOY and emulate mouse like controller, but it's need unsigned driver mode in Windows - in my situation bad idea for many reasons).

    https://youtu.be/YQ-Gi9dQMbk

    Here the vide how mouse steering works in Project CARS 2. With some delay and inertion. My question is: Why not let the player adjust the control on the mouse in this way, like in LFS?

    https://youtu.be/36cbMNQq9Q0

    and yes! sorry for non answer

    >>increased steering ratio in car setup

    no, this options didn't take need effect (
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    Probably not a question of delay.

    I see that in PC2 the wheel reacts inmmediatly to the mouse movement. I think that the problem is with LFS with an unrealistic wheel speed rotation. It's not possible IRL or with a sim wheel turn from one side to the opposite inmediatly (or as fast as I see in your LFS video). Probably devs defined a maximun speed rotation and if you move the mouse from A to B inmediatly, the wheel goes from A to B at the maximun speed that a normal hands can do it, but not inmediatly.
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    simply put, the physics can blow up if the wheel moves too fast, so it's set to not allow instant lock to lock rotations as per other titles... it's actually more accurate and realistic.. LFS allows stupidly fast movements with mouse and controller as per this video, which is utter bollox and totally unrealistic.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Al View Post
    simply put, the physics can blow up if the wheel moves too fast, so it's set to not allow instant lock to lock rotations as per other titles... it's actually more accurate and realistic.. LFS allows stupidly fast movements with mouse and controller as per this video, which is utter bollox and totally unrealistic.


    I disagree. This type of "more accurate and realistic" made mind and hand very confused of how much steering should turn, easily lose control, because the movement slows down in the initial and final area.That's the real issue. This even make mouse not very suitable for online racing, not sure if it would sudden driving on a silly line or even spin. Mouse is more linear than joystick so don't need this. Wheel users are usually one turn to the angle, who use the wheel have a long acceleration and deceleration on turning single direction? Even in LFS, mouse users still require a smooth and accuracy control to have a good lap, not like in this video.
    Last edited by kagurazakayukari; 20-08-2018 at 04:01.

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