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    For Zone mode:
    Analog stick
    Airbrakes on L2/R2
    Airbrake sensitivity: 100 %

    Ordinary racing:
    D-pad
    Airbrakes on L1/R1
    Airbrake sensitivity: 10 %

    I use analog stick in Zone so I don't accidently make barrel rolls. For ordinary racing I'm most comfortable with the D-pad. I want really fast responding airbrakes so L1/R1 works perfect for that. Acceleration sensitivity is always 10 %, why would anyone want to change that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by multibodydynamics View Post
    I use analog stick in Zone so I don't accidently make barrel rolls.
    I use analog stick for Zone, and I do accidently make barrel rolls.

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    Since I switched from Assagai to Auricom, I have felt that having air breaks set to 50% helps lot!! Those corners on Sol " are now easier to navigate. But it's hard to side shift though. I use the trigger pads

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    Quote Originally Posted by AG-wolf View Post
    connavar and mic: wait wait wait, so sensitivity has an effect on the side shifts? How do they react differently when the sensitivity is low vs when it's set high?
    No effect on the sideshift itself, but if the sensitivity is too low (10%),
    then you're gonna do accidental airbrakes as well, when all you wanted was
    a sideshift. If it's 100% (for instance) then trust me if you double tap
    the L1/L2 it's not going to airbrake at all, only going to sideshift left
    OR do nothing (because you can only do a sideshift every second or something).

    Btw I use 60% airbrake now.

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    Chops and changes. Tinkering with the standard 60% with while using EGX.

    Acceleration sensitivity is always at 10%.

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    Hmm, I guess I should try changing the sensitivity aswell (it's on default now, but if you pepole say it helps than I say ok).

    Or 'How High'

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    60% air brake
    10% acceleration

    why would any one want more than 10% on acceleration? i can't find no use on controling the thrust percentage.

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    I've got the same but using L1R1 ,but I might still change,it's wipeout,you never know till you have a go.

    I like the finesse of the air brakes using the L2 R2 ,problem is that I find that my hand craps up when trying to race with this set up, plus it's so easy to turn a simple turn at speed with any height into a unwanted BR using the L2R2

    If only we could reconfigure the LR1 R1 as anolouge over digital,that would sort it.

    It's not going to happen,but I can wish

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    Yeah, I also use L1 and R1 for brakes. Force of habit, I can't be bothered to adjust to that marshmellow feeling of L2 and R2.

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    I wonder if I ask the 'NEgCon controller" can it be done guys if it is possible to turn the L1R1 into anolouge controls .

    Probably not ,but worth asking I think.

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