Best Racing Wheel Settings For Sebastian Loeb Rally Evo

Best Racing Wheel Settings For Sebastian Loeb Rally Evo

Sebastian Loeb Rally Evo is a lot of fun with a racing wheel, but the factory settings out the box leave a bit to be desired.

I found the vibration is way to strong on creates a chopping feeling in the force feedback motors on most steering wheels…however a few adjustments to the settings and the game feels good.

For Rally Evo i tested these settings on both PS4 and Xbox one with multiple steering wheels including the Thrustmaster T300, T150, the TX, and the 458 Spider.

All 4 wheels felt decent with these settings, but everybody has different preferences. Use these settings as a baseline for and then tweak them until you are content. There are not a lot of options to adjust, but using what they give us…I found these to be the best steering wheel settings for Sebastian Loeb Rally Evo. I would imagine these settings should work on non thrustmaster wheels as well.

Rally Evo Wheel Settings

To access these settings go to: OPTIONS>CONTROL OPTIONS>WHEEL SETTINGS.

Steering Linearity

      : 0

Steering Deadzone

      : 0

Steering Sensitivity

      : 0

Force Feedback Intensity

      : 45

Vibration Intensity

      : 30

Throttle Linearity

      : 0

Throttle Deadzone

      : 0

Brake Linearity

      : 0

Brake Deadzone

      : 0

Set Steering Angle

    : Automatic

Wheel Settings Definitions

Steering Linearity: This parameter determines the wheel response to the driver rotating the wheel. Increasing the value makes steering wheel response more direct and immediate. Decreasing the value slows the wheel response. Leaving the value at 0 will make the wheel respond in a linear manner throughout it’s rotation.

Steering Deadzone: This parameter determines how far the wheel needs to rotated before the game registers a response. Increasing it creates deadzone starting from the center position of the wheel, where the steering will have 0 response in that zone. Leaving the deadzone for steering is your best option.

Speed Sensitivity: This parameter affects steering wheel responsiveness in relation to the speed of the car. Increasing the value reduces the wheels sensitivity when the cars speed increases. This means at high speeds, the steering wheel will respond slower and less sensitively. When the value is set to 0 the wheel sensitivity wont vary when you increase speed.

Force feedback Intensity: Increases or decrease your steering wheels force feedback.

Vibration Sensitivity: Increases or decreases your wheels vibration. I found this setting to create a very choppy effect in the force feedback.

Throttle Linearity: This parameter determines accelerator pedal response with respect to pressure applied by the driver. Increasing the value makes the pedal more responsive and immediate. Decreasing the value makes the pedal respond slower. Leave the value set to 0 and the throttle will respond in a linear manner.

Throttle Deadzone: This parameter determines how much pressure needs to be applied before the throttle registers any input. Increasing the value makes the first part of the pedal register no response. Leave the pedal set to 0 for no deadzone.

Brake Linearity: This parameter determines brake pedal response with respect to pressure applied by the driver. Increasing the value makes the pedal more responsive and immediate. Decreasing the value makes the pedal respond slower. Leave the value set to 0 and the throttle will respond in a linear manner.

Brake Deadzone: This parameter determines how much pressure needs to be applied before the brake registers any input. Increasing the value makes the first part of the pedal register no response. Leave the pedal set to 0 for no deadzone.

Set Steering Angle: This allows you to choose AUTOMATIC or set a custom wheel rotation depending on your wheels max rotation. When set to AUTOMATIC your wheel will follow the proper rotation angle of the car you are driving.

NOTE: If you are using the Thrustmaster 458 Spider wheel your max rotation will be 240 degrees.

Other Tips For Sebastian Loeb Rally Evo

While I don’t expect your braking setting will differ from mine, it’s worth noting that I have a load cell brake mod installed on my T3PA Pro pedals.

You should try to learn though to get out of AUTOMATIC gearing. You will be faster using a TH8A shifter. Also the Ricmotech Short Shift Mod Kit can reduce your shift times dramatically.

For faster lap times in Rally Evo, you may want to checkout our DiRT Rally tips article, where alot of the same rally racing tips will apply.

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What racing wheel settings do you like for Sebastian Loeb Rally Evo? Let me know in the comments below.

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