Steering input multiplying

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  1. lmp2

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    I am using a Simucube OSW wheel with MMos. I am not able to get the RF2 steering to respond to the wheel input 1:1. The RF2 car is currently steering with double the input of the actual wheel. I'm sure there is a simple fix for this, I just can't find it in the threads on a Sunday afternoon!
     
  2. davehenrie

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    At the wheel calibration screen set the linearity to 50%. Papyrus/Sierra/iRacing users are used to a setting near 100% for full linearity, but ISI based sims work differently. To be fully linear in rF2, 50% gives you the same response all across the arc of travel. Less than 50% is helpful on speedways as it slows down the initial inputs, smoothing out your straight line driving. Over 50% creates a faster initial turn-in and is helpful at circuits with lots of tight corners.(think Monaco)
    I'm not sure this is what you are experiencing, but it is one place to start.
     
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    thanks for the input, but this isn't the actual issue (which I prob haven't explained very clearly). What is happenning is that the RF2 car wheel is doing 2 full rotations per 1 rotation of steering input.
     
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    sounds familiar, but not familiar enough that I can remember the solution. Hopefully we'll keep the thread active til someone else pops inl
    I guess ONE solution would be to turn off the wheel graphics in the controller. json. I was never a fan of that, but others insisted since they had a wheel on their desk, they didn't need or shouldn't need to see one on-screen.
     

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