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    Ooh you use different settings for different ships? mental!

    That'd be far too confusing for me, although I can see how it might be helpful to some peeps.

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    Yes I do,I starting trying different combos when doing SL & TT in the weekly challenges.
    It can make the different craft handle more like each other,but still retain their basic characteristics.

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    @Saturn
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    I like 100% sensitivity for heavier ships because you can make very, very short sideshifts. Im sure a talented pilot like yourself can instantly understand how useful that can be with ships based around top speed

    I found 10% excellent for helping me navigate the track in a pirahna, but i just lost so much speed every time i tap the airbrake it just wasnt worth it.

    Well that was my conclusion anyway If i wasnt such a lazy bum id teach myself to use 100%, old habits die hard though

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    i use.....

    thrust 10%
    cockpit view
    d-pad/stick
    motion sensor turned off

    air brakes 100% on R2 and L2..cant see why you would use R1 and L1 because wouldnt that mean your sensativity would be 0% regardless of what you set cos their not analogue buttons but I may be wrong

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    @OBH - Don't talk to me about side-shifts. I just don't get them. I do them sometimes, but I'm fairly sure I still suck at them. What you're saying is interesting though. It's not the standard view that I've heard from most but kind of makes sense.

    @ jasmin - Changing airbrake sensitivity still makes a difference with L1/R1. The Dualshock 2 had analogue buttons all round as far as I remember. Maybe the DS3 doesn't though. The main difference with L1/R1 may have a greater effect with side-shifts like OBH was saying. As for the effect on normal steering, I am starting to wonder if you might be right. Gah, I'm going to have to play the game now to try it out.

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    stick/airbrakes: □△ 100% / acceleration: R1 10%

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    @SR

    your right about sideshift..

    i have trouble when i side shift using R2 and L2 but ive got so used to this set up now i just got to suffer it. maybe i will learn r1 l1 some day.

    @big reach..wow thats weird set up you use..must work well co you got super fast times to back it up

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    buddha finger training exercise - Jab fingers into wall, repeat for 5 minutes daily. makes fingers so strong, you wont care for AirBrake sensitivity/response - you'll push L2 R2 harder with buddha finger... Sowwy

    edit: i do buddha finger training. my L2 R2 buttons are too damn stiff on the ds3 lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasmin-jade View Post

    @big reach..wow thats weird set up you use..must work well co you got super fast times to back it up
    I think that I can do more delicate operation than using airbrakes: R1L1
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    That is a really interesting setup actually...might give it a try

    Shoot/absorb?


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