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Thread: NTG 2011 Wheel Rotation question
31-12-2010, 08:25 PM #1
31-12-2010, 08:35 PM #2
dude... I don't think the NASCAR Stockcars turn any more than that.South Carolina Gamecocks - 1969 ACC Champions, 2010 SEC East Football Champions!
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31-12-2010, 08:39 PM #3
They do, im not saying make it exactly like the car, but i have 900 degrees of rotation and id like to be able to use most of it, just for the games sake make it turn a bit more.
31-12-2010, 08:39 PM #4
Depends on where you set the wheel lock for your setup. Also the drivers have a specific steering box for their setup. Some drivers like to really crank the wheel and some like to hardly turn the wheel. As far as 900 degrees rotation, I have a Fanatec wheel that rotates 900 degrees. But I set the wheel way lower than that so I'm not having to crank the wheel all the way around.
I see what your saying, but the less you have to crank the wheel around the better you will be. Especially at road courses.
Just my opinion.
31-12-2010, 08:43 PM #5
Yeah but unless im using PC software for nr2003 i dont think i can adjust degrees of rotation i like to really crank the wheel because i dont particularly like turning a little bit, i dont know why i just do. But id like to be able to race with at least one full turn of active steering.
31-12-2010, 08:54 PM #6
I do know they we're using the G27 on NTG 2011 in one of the videos, but if you watch, he doesn't have to crank the wheel a full turn either. I believe the 900 degree's of rotation are supported in NTG 2011 and it will allow you to get what you want or closer that is.
31-12-2010, 09:17 PM #7
Adjust the steering trim & steering lock. Don't remember if N09 has steering ratio but if it does play around with that too.
Most setups now-a-days are to where you only really need to use about 100 degrees of rotation during the actual race, 90 to the left & 10 to the right and even that is a lot to the left. Obviously you can turn more but it's gonna send ya into the infield or outside wall. Remember it's not a 1934 semi-truck that they're driving with huge deadzone, for the most part the steering input in these cars anymore is pretty close to that of Indy/F1 cars which is very little.
31-12-2010, 09:39 PM #8
I have a DFGT and I don't want all the wheel turn. The more I gotta turn it the more work I gotta do. In a real stock car they don't really turn the wheel to far in the corners. Probably a little past 90 degrees.
Can someone link the video of them using the wheel with NTG 2011
31-12-2010, 11:10 PM #9
[QUOTE=Fisha695;62241]Adjust the steering trim & steering lock. Don't remember if N09 has steering ratio but if it does play around with that too.
Just lock and trim.
01-01-2011, 01:38 AM #10
01-01-2011, 01:48 AM #11
01-01-2011, 03:47 AM #12
maybe late exit.. but yeah i noticed in every street car i see inside ive noticed they do alot of degrees in one turn. but this is stockcars. i also noticed that in the nascar section of gt5 in daytona they barely touch the steering wheel. i dunno if its just a game glich or whatEA Sports Its In The Game.... unless its NASCAR, then its most likely ignored and never put in.
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01-01-2011, 04:02 AM #13
Watch this video about 3:09 in and you'll see that they don't really turn that much.
Here is another one that is a good angle of just how little they turn.
Remember you want to have the quickest steering possible without being so quick that it's "glitchy", especially on Road Courses where you have to turn left then right really fast.