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XB1 New to Sim Racing, looking for wheel settings (XB1) (G920).

Discussion in 'Console Lounge' started by PeakOil, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. PeakOil

    PeakOil Rookie

    Hey all. Just got my G920 wheel. I honestly have no idea what to do with the wheel to start. I raced a bit, laguna with a miata which is my favourite track and car. It felt ok. I honestly have a hard time adjusting settings because i have no idea where to start.

    Can anyone give me a good starting point for the settings? It feels like it might steer a bit quick, but tbh it isnt that bad at all right out of the gate. I did go off a bunch at first, but I got it together after a few. I think I did a 2:09 in a stock NA miata, which honestly isn't good at all but it was clean and felt a bit like learning a track irl.

    I do race, and had the privilege of racing at laguna,where I ran a 2:00 in a modified 12b rx7. We were racing endurance and didn't have a particularly quick car in a big field. There was an na miata there, CA car that ran a 1:49 the first day but broke.

    I have been reading everything I can on the g920/g29 wheel since I bought it, have had the wheel for 2 days and the shifter tomorrow, and will be building a unique pvc rig hopefully. I think I came across some nice base settings but I didn't save the page and can't find it.

    I really like the game, it feels right. Thanks to all who can help me out.

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  3. Andy-R

    Andy-R Alien

    Hi, I'm on PC but I think more or less the same should apply on console. Set degrees of rotation to the max that your wheel will allow, 900 in your case I think. Damping will make the wheel heavy at low speed, adjust to taste. If you guys can adjust FFB strength per car then I would say set gain to 100 and adjust strength accordingly, if you cannot then adjust gain for FFB strength preference. Maybe someone on PC with the same wheel can tell you roughly correct min force for G920. I leave curb, road, slip effects off but it's up to you really, they just multiply or add effects I think.
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  4. PeakOil

    PeakOil Rookie

    Thanks Andy, I will look into all that. I've been fooling around a bit with the settings but it felt pretty good out of the box so I didn't want to mess with it too much.
    Andy-R likes this.

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