I do it backwards from you, I set my wheel to 360 or greater for class A and above and I set it to 270 for B down. My contention is that with really fast cars, a quick reaction can overshoot its intended mark, so having less reaction to wheel input means less ‘squirrelly’ behavior. To each their own, however I really enjoy driving with the wheel on lower classes.
I’ve noticed that regardless of my game settings, the pedals don’t react the way you set them up in Advanced Settings. The way I first noticed this was that I had telemetry up while testing a tune and saw that my brakes didn’t engage until I had depressed the pedal about 20% and that they were fully engaged at about 70%, even though my settings for Decel deadzone is 1:98. Same for the throttle, I have it set to 1:98 in Adv. Settings, but it gives me 100% well before my pedal hits bottom. Anyway, just thought I’d throw that out there, now I have to constantly keep the little brake ‘bar’ in HUD in the corner of my eye so that I can see when I’m engaging the brake properly…blech!
Steering: 1/100 (I have a very slight wheel default of about 5 degrees counter-clockwise)
I use the Mode + Left-Dpad 1 or 2 blinks depending on the class of car I’m driving, since I don’t always remember to reset my DOR in Adv. Settings.