Post Reply How sensitive do you prefer the controls to be on your vehicle?
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Posted 1/4/18 , edited 1/5/18
Personally I don't like overly-sensitive cars. I'm not fond of not having as much control over the car, and I've already got a fear of driving enough as is.
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Posted 1/4/18 , edited 1/5/18
i agree with you, as weird as it sounds i dont like when my brakes are too strong. i like to ease into my breaks, not press the brakes and fly foward
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18 / F / Always my room
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Posted 1/4/18 , edited 1/5/18
I don't like it to be too sensitive but I also don't like when I have to press the gas and breaks super hard to get it to do what I want. I like a nice in-between.
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35 / M / Seattle
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Posted 1/5/18 , edited 1/5/18
I don't like things overly sensitive, but at the same time I will need a little bit of it in case I'm getting too reckless or am just dozing off with the controls for my vehicle. Of course, between the two extreme ends of the spectrum, I prefer to have no sensitivity over way too much of it. I have quite a good handle on driving, so I prefer not to have sensitivity if I can help it.
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19 / M / The Bay
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Posted 1/5/18 , edited 1/5/18
It depends on the car, but i'd prefer the pedals to have less sensitivity so i can modulate them and the steering rack to be quicker and more sensitive so my ability to point the front end is more direct.
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26 / M / CAN, ON
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Posted 1/5/18 , edited 1/5/18
Well. Power steering, but I'm so use to driving a truck now.

I don't need to cut it sharp like my last car, and thats how you screw your front end up. Not having struts, just shocks. The gas pedal is a little slow, but you know what, I got a lead foot. When I had a car, I was speeding like mad. With this truck, I'm pretty average with my speed since it's standard.

Brakes have to be dead on responsive. Too many brain dead drivers.

And power steering responsiveness, I like a little force behind my turns, I don't like to have that much response for steering, unless I had a car.

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29 / M / St.Louis
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Posted 1/7/18 , edited 1/8/18
I don't really care for the on/off nature of the newer throttles.
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Posted 1/11/18 , edited 1/12/18
I prefer they be less sensitive. I yell a lot in the car, and I don't want to have my brakes sobbing until I explain I wasn't yelling at them & I'm not angry with them.
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19 / M / Canada
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Posted 1/13/18 , edited 1/13/18
Steering should always be exactly the same. No more sensitive, and definitely not any less.
I like really sharp brakes if they're power brakes.
Maybe tone it down on the gas though. Although I've been looking to get a manual soon so I'll vary it with the gears
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Posted 1/15/18 , edited 1/15/18
Sensitive enough where it gives me proper control over the vehicle. I also like adjusting the steering wheel position and seating position so that I would have ideal control over my car. I view vehicles like cars as a second body.
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