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Unread 5 November 11, 09:44   #1
Hezemans
 
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Default WRC2 wheel setting advice!

Guy's, what wheel settings are you using, still strugling to find a good setting for my G25, so if you would share, would be appriciated, Thanks.........Hez
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Unread 5 November 11, 12:13   #2
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Well I have a few buds racing this game with me and I still use a MOMO, they use G25's and G27's and my settings were a great start for them. May get myself a Fanatec wheel soon but I have two MOMO's... so!

Here they are:

Note, you should map your Brake pedal first if you DO NOT want to use combined axis. And when in menus, you may need to apply a little gas to re-acquire control with your keys.





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Unread 5 November 11, 13:24   #3
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Thank You Hoggy, very appriciated!!
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Unread 5 November 11, 19:00   #4
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Any time old friend, and you should use your Logitech Profilier as well to make adjustments there as well.
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Unread 17 July 12, 16:19   #5
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What in the hell I need to do to make this game recognize Logitech Formula Vibration as a wheel? I tried everything, it always appears as a joystick, and there are no advanced wheel options.
I'll appreciate any help, as so far I hadn't played any stage to the end due to a massive steering deadzone that cannot be adjusted.
Or this bloody game does not support my wheel, could it be just that?
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Unread 13 August 12, 07:49   #6
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Same problem as above, but with G25.
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Unread 17 September 12, 14:28   #7
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Same problem as above, but with Playfect™ K-9 Supreme Engine Wheel Pro.
Can anyone help ?
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Unread 1 February 14, 00:11   #8
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i have no "Advanced Wheel Options" ... and i have the same problem is WRC 3 i can't adjust deadzone ,linearity etc? can anyone help please
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Unread 17 January 17, 07:02   #9
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Sorry to brought up an old topic but recently I decided to re-play WRC 2 and I'm totally confused.

I'm using Logitech DFGT but the game itself only allows me 180 degrees and with such a heavy force feedback that driving a Kamaz truck without steering aid is a more comfortable task. I mean it's heavy and I cannot adjust how strong the ffb should be.

I remember there was a trick or sg. for that but can't remember. It's unplayable now with only 180 degrees with heavy ffb.

And sometimes when I exit to the settings screen for a couple of seconds the controller is realized as joypad but immidietaly changes back to wheel.
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