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Hey everyone.

 

New to the forum and the site all together.

 

I've recently purchased a Drift OZ steering wheel to "Maximise Experience".

 

I've not invested a good amount of time in a game properly with a wheel since I was about 7 (excluding arcade games)

 

I'm tweaking the settings constantly, but it just seems so difficult to slightly turn the truck, it seems like its either all or nothing.

 

Can anyone relate to this with their wheel? Do you own the same one and struggle?

 

I can probably imagine its my fault, but I just wanna see :)

 

 

 

 

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You may need to unbind digital steering controls from the steering wheel in "Buttons and functions" settings menu. ETS2 doesn't ignore digital controls while using analog axis, causing both to overlap at some point. Make sure you've bound the wheel's axis to analog steering axis beforehand.

 

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How to fix sudden steering issue on your USB steering wheel

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Maybe I can't properly understand what's your problem, but I had an issue, at the beginning, that sounds similar to me...I was joking with "sensibility" and I just spend some times to understand that I should set Sensibility to maximum and "non linear" setting to minimum.

 

Now as i move my Wheel the truck turn...and if I turn slowly the truck also turn very slowly...

Can you put a screenshot of your settings?

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Never heard of that wheel but I would suggest resetting all the settings to default to see what the issue maybe , but as said above I would suggest getting a 900 Degree circle wheel which can steer all the way round & centre properly.

 

This is why I went straight to Logitech wheel G920 or G29 these are perfect for both ATS & ETS2 & not too pricey :)

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On 2/5/2021 at 9:34 PM, -Elvis- said:

This is why I went straight to Logitech wheel G920 or G29 these are perfect for both ATS & ETS2 & not too pricey :)

 

I use G29 too. Best buy I ever made. Some small adjustments in the settings and the wheel is reacting the same way in-game as IRL. It was a bit hard in the beginning because I used a GT-model before with different turning-radius. But now I couldn't imagine using anything else.

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