Solution structures and biochemical data have provided a wealth of mechanistic insight into Ras GTPases. However, information on how much the membrane organization of these lipid-modified proteins impacts on their signaling is still scarce. Ras proteins are organized into membrane nanocluster, which are necessary for Ras-MAPK signaling. Using quantitative conventional and super-resolution fluorescence methods as well as mathematical modeling, we investigated nanoclustering of H-ras helix α4- and hypervariable region-mutants that have different bona fide conformations on the membrane. By following the emergence of conformer specific nanoclusters in the plasma membrane of mammalian cells, we found that conformers impart distinct nanoclustering responses depending on cytoplasmic levels of the nanocluster scaffold galectin-1. Computational modeling revealed that complexes containing H-ras conformers and galectin-1 affect both the number and lifetime of nanoclusters and thus determine the specific Raf effector recruitment. Our results show that mutations in Ras can affect its nanoclustering response and thus allosterically effector recruitment and downstream signaling. We postulate that cancer and developmental disease linked mutations that are associated with the Ras membrane conformation may exhibit so far unrecognized Ras-nanoclustering and therefore signaling alterations.