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    Ok guys, anyone still struggling with twitchyness try this:

    Speed Sensitivity to 65
    Control filtering to 50

    Now here's the secret - go to your cars tuning setup and look for the setting "Steering Rack Ratio", set this all the way to the right (slow). This has removed all the twitch for me, it's a game saver!!!
    Last edited by ocat1979; 08-05-2015 at 08:24.
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    Reinstalling the game very problems are solution.

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    Where do you find the steering rack adjustment??

    Edit- Disregard.. I found it haha.

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    I've tried to explain what everything does here: http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...l=1#post883696
    That post can help to figure out what you're doing when you're adjusting things instead of just copying settings.
    (Ow and thanks for reminding me about the steering ratio adjustment, where it appears to be a game saver for some, there has been debate in the past if even does anything at all )
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    Quote Originally Posted by ocat1979 View Post
    Ok guys, anyone still struggling with twitchyness try this:

    Speed Sensitivity to 65
    Control filtering to 50

    Now here's the secret - go to your cars tuning setup and look for the setting "Steering Rack Ratio", set this all the way to the right (slow). This has removed all the twitch for me, it's a game saver!!!
    This may be a useful workaround but I did notice yesterday that some of the challenges require you to use a car with no change to setup, so still searching for a solution through the controller settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ocat1979 View Post
    Now here's the secret - go to your cars tuning setup and look for the setting "Steering Rack Ratio", set this all the way to the right (slow). This has removed all the twitch for me, it's a game saver!!!
    I have already tried this and noticed no difference at all, what I miss in the controller settings is an option to adjust the "Steering Linearity" such an adjustment would probably help a lot to get to grips with the sensitive steering

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    Also getting the stuck on lock issue when using the XB1 controller.

    How has this got passed the external QA team I do not know... :|
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    Quote Originally Posted by feeling View Post
    Also getting the stuck on lock issue when using the XB1 controller.

    How has this got passed the external QA team I do not know... :|
    Read the OP for a workaround.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bealdor View Post
    Read the OP for a workaround.
    Yeah I saw, but it was just a general comment of +1 and the note of QA testing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ocat1979 View Post
    Ok guys, anyone still struggling with twitchyness try this:

    Speed Sensitivity to 65
    Control filtering to 50

    Now here's the secret - go to your cars tuning setup and look for the setting "Steering Rack Ratio", set this all the way to the right (slow). This has removed all the twitch for me, it's a game saver!!!
    This made it better for me using the controller.

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