In gp2's "control setting" menu- what angle of steering lock do you use?

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samsepi0l
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In gp2's "control setting" menu- what angle of steering lock do you use?

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In gp2's "control setting" menu- there is an option for steering wheel lock angle. Those of you that race with a steering wheel (or other true analog device) - what angle do you find works best? and why?
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Re: In gp2's "control setting" menu- what angle of steering lock do you use?

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bump for answers hopefully
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Re: In gp2's "control setting" menu- what angle of steering lock do you use?

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I would love an answer to this and maybe an explanation of why you use the settings you do.

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Re: In gp2's "control setting" menu- what angle of steering lock do you use?

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I´ve always used keyboard so I don´t know how to help you :(
And I guess you have already watched the Ted Meat video...

About the forum you are right. Some historic members are probably very busy. Maybe better times will come in the future.
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Re: In gp2's "control setting" menu- what angle of steering lock do you use?

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I am using steering wheel and pedals with following settings:

Steering
Low sensitivity zone: 15%
Steering help: off
Opposite lock help: on
Max lock: 13 deg
Reduce with car speed: 65%

Acceleration and braking low sensitivity zones are set on 0%.

I have tested different kind of settings, and I have found best balance for my driving style with these settings.

I am also using DosboxECE, what I understand, it is best Dosbox for steering wheel and pedals.
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