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    Racing Wheel and Virtual Wheel Synchronization

    Hi,

    which setting is responsible for 1:1 synchronization between my Racing wheel (Logitech Driving Force GT) and virtual wheel in the cockpit when it comes to turning?
    In some cars they are synchronized (Lotus) in some they aren't (Ginetta).
    If any info is needed, please ask.
    Playing on PC.

    (EDIT) SOLUTION:
    It was some kind of a Logitech Profiler glitch. First, the software started to recognize my DFGT as totally different wheel. I needed to reinstall the profiler to recognize my wheel properly again. Then configured it once more, but the wheel just couldn't get synchronized although it was properly calibrated in game. Finally, the last thing needed to get it all to work again, was a simple reboot of the whole rig
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanyGee View Post
    Hi,

    which setting is responsible for 1:1 synchronization between my Racing wheel (Logitech Driving Force GT) and virtual wheel in the cockpit when it comes to turning?
    In some cars they are synchronized (Lotus) in some they aren't (Ginetta).
    If any info is needed, please ask.
    Playing on PC.
    When you do the 2 part calibration in game in the controller section it should sync your wheel (DFGT) to the in-car rendered wheel and automatically apply the correct steering lock for each vehicle.
    1. turn wheel fully left or right
    next, make sure your wheel is centered,
    2. turn your wheel 90deg and hold,click save. ( hold your hands at 9 and 3 o'clock position on wheel, rotate wheel until your hands are at the 12 and 6 o'clock position, hold and click save.
    This will sync the virtual in car wheel to your controller wheel, in your case the DFGT.
    Hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanyGee View Post
    Hi,

    which setting is responsible for 1:1 synchronization between my Racing wheel (Logitech Driving Force GT) and virtual wheel in the cockpit when it comes to turning?
    In some cars they are synchronized (Lotus) in some they aren't (Ginetta).
    If any info is needed, please ask.
    Playing on PC.
    Assuming that you did calibrate the wheel as shown above: how bad is the non-synchronisation that you see? What wheel rotation are you using on the DFGT in the Logitech driver?
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    Offcourse I did calibrate the wheel following onscreen intsructions in game. The desynchronization amount is about 2:1. When I turn my wheel 90 degrees, the virtual one is 45. When I turn mine 180, the virtual is 90.
    Wheel rotation is 900 degrees in Logitech Profiler.
    In Assetto Corsa everything is synchronized as it should.
    Last edited by DanyGee; 08-06-2016 at 10:03.

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