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Author Topic:   Setup Help
Speedbump
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 199
posted November 04, 2000 03:37 AM
Alright, can someone give me some help for an Eldora setup and some help with the Pennsylvania tracks? I can hold my own against the rest if I stay patient enough, but I am out to lunch east of the Wabash river.

Thanks

djrebel
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 29
posted November 05, 2000 12:43 AM UIN: 9495938
HE-HE-HE!!!
well, im from the East-Coast, Northwestern,Pa
but as for as me being able to help ya on setups for sprints, you got me?!?i just run 100% Realism w/Tire wear on and the rest of the damage off, and i still do pretty good against everybody online...win some/lose some!!!i need help to understand setups, so i can quit blowing up my engine...

ewallman
Dirt Newbie

Total posts: 4
posted November 10, 2000 11:29 PM
I can email some links to some setups. But I need help with my wheeel. I have always used a keyboard for racing games, including DTR. Broke down and got a force feedback wheel for DTRSC, now it seems I have to learn to drive all over. Totally lost..any tips besides practise?

Speedbump
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 199
posted November 11, 2000 04:16 AM
No amount of advice will take the place of re-learning your instincts and reflexes! I can imagine that it won't be a steep learing curve. You will find that your lap times will quickly drop below what is possible with a keyboard.

Depending on what wheel you bought, you might try adjusting the amount of force feedback it gives you. Maybe you can get away with reducing the amount of steering lock too, that might minimalize your tendency to over-correct.

ewallman
Dirt Newbie

Total posts: 4
posted November 11, 2000 04:19 PM
Turning down the FF strength helped a lot, thanks! BTW, I have a Logitech Wingman.

KWTracer
Dirt Forum Racer

Total posts: 78
posted December 14, 2000 02:13 PM
There are alot of setups out there you can download, and the do help. But you have to tune each further for your own driving style, and still have to know how to get around the track to be fast.

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