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    Accel: 10%
    Brakes: 50%

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    Airbrakes 30%
    Thrust 10%



    Love that setup

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roz View Post
    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.
    I bought the PS3 Real triggers for $5 from Amazon to fix the marshmallow feel of L2 and R2, but I still use L1 and R1 for airbrakes in Wipeout HD.

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    thrust: 10%
    airbrakes: 90% L2/R2
    steer: 90% d-pad, no 6axis
    rumble: active

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    thrust 10%
    airbrakes 40%

    played about with 90/100% brake sensitivity, very effective when using heavier ships, but in my trusty mirage i just didnt find it as useful. worth trying it out agian though, in theory its clearly better to use 100% sensitivity.

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    Are you sure you don't mean it the other way around OBH? I would set airbrakes more towards 10% for the heaviest ships and more towards 100% for better handling ships. That's if I could be bothered to change it all the time, which I can't.

    I think 100% sensitivity actually makes sense as a setting. It's not really the wrong way around. A setting of 100% is, I believe, more sensitive in as far as you can press a little and get a small effect, or press hard and get a bigger effect. At 10% it's not sensitive, it's almost on or off. (Is that what you mean when you say 100% is better in theory OBH, because you get more control?)

    So for a heavier (or faster) ship, if you always need the full braking effect to slow down in time, then you can probably set it to 10%. If it's a light ship, and you might only need the minimum steering effect sometimes, you could set it to 100% so that you are actually able to achieve that minimum with the greater sensitivity. Depending on the ship and the particular way you apply pressure, the sensitivity required will vary in between.

    I might be wrong, but this finally makes proper, good sense to me, so I'm sticking with it.

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    I have been trying 30 and i think its better then 80 which i was on, i can drive phantomn noticeably better in tt or sl, think of it in fractions i have 1/3 on the sensitivity so dont need to press as hard to get max brake, the threshold is better, and in my opinion the nippy crafts can go round most corners with just sideshifts and dpad except for like tight corners

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    Does anyone else find that they always use full braking power regardless of settings?
    Or maybe it's a subconscious thingy?

    Freaky-ass.


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    I'm using R1-L1 for braking. That, combined with my general hamfisted approach to the controller usually ends up in brakes on, brakes off. Nothing in between...

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    I've just realised that I haven't changed my Air Brake settings that I found ideal for the old AG but still using on the Fury AG.

    Seems some testing is in order as I'm finding the Fury AG a tad unwieldy in comparison,especially when on the Fury tracks.

    Maybe it would be a nice idea for a future game update if SL allowed for you to preset Air Brake settings to load with different craft .
    It might be a bit of a shock to see a far bigger variety of craft being use online,instead of the usual 4 or 5.

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