Author Topic: Steering speed sensitivity  (Read 75 times)

SpruceMoosey

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"Gradually limits steering at high speeds making it less twitchy"

So turning this up limits speed of vice versa, cos I turned it down to increase responsiveness but I feel my car began to understeer a lot?

St. Jimmy

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High speed senstivity = steering wheel turns less in full lock when going fast.

Low speed sensitivity =steering wheel turns more in full lock when going fast.


Basic physics is that the faster you go, the less you should turn the wheel or the car understeers.

The more speed sensitivity the more it limits your steering at high speed.
« Last Edit: June 18, 2018, 01:01:56 PM by St. Jimmy »
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