Best Assetto Corsa Competizione FFB Settings (Fanatec, Thrustmaster & Logitec)

Whether you’re a seasoned sim racing driver or just starting out, finding the best Assetto Corsa Competizione wheel and FFB settings is crucial to getting the most out of the game.

In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the best settings to use for your wheel and share our own experience with adjusting the FFB.

As you can imagine, setting up your force feedback properly will give you an advantage over the competition.

The main thing you should carefully consider though is that each wheel will require a pretty different FFB setup.

For example, a high-end Fanatec Podium F1 will require different FFB settings than a lower-end Logitech G29.

So in case you’re looking to switch to a new wheel, or just want to experiment with the settings, make sure to also test different combinations until you find what works best for you.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at some general tips for setting up your FFB.

ACC Wheel Gain

The first thing you need to do is set your wheel’s gain.

This will ensure that the FFB signals are strong enough for you to feel them.

For most wheels, the sweet spot is usually between 40 and 75.

However, this will vary depending on the specific wheel you’re using. The more sophisticated the wheel, the more force it will produce, therefore the lower gain you will need.

On the contrary, the less sophisticated wheels will require you to run near maximum gain to reproduce a high amount of feedback from the steering.

If you’re not sure where to start, a good rule of thumb is to set your wheel’s gain to 50 and then adjust it from there.

As always, make sure to test drive your car around the track before making any final decisions.

Road effects

Another important setting to adjust is the road effects.

This will determine how strong the bumps and curbs will feel through your steering wheel.

For most wheels, the sweet spot is usually between 10 and 30, though lower-end wheels will actually require more as they will struggle to reproduce the high-frequency vibrations.

Again, the best way to find the perfect setting is to test drive your car around the track and make adjustments as necessary.

Let’s now have a look at the FFB settings for each specific steering wheel.

High-end wheels FFB settings (Fanatec DD1 & DD2)

acc ffb settings - Fanatec DD1 & DD2

  • Gain = 35%
  • Minimum Force = 0%
  • Dynamic Damping = 100%
  • Road Effects = 0%
  • Frequency = 333Hz
  • Steer Lock = 1080°

For Fanatec CSW V2.5 wheels

acc ffb settings - Fanatec CSW V2.5

  • Gain = 60%
  • Minimum Force = 0%
  • Dynamic Damping = 50%
  • Road Effects = 10%
  • Frequency = 333Hz
  • Steer Lock = 1080°

Thrustmaster Wheels FFB settings

acc ffb settings - Thrustmaster wheels

  • Gain = 70%
  • Minimum Force = 12%
  • Dynamic Damping = 50%
  • Road Effects = 10%
  • Frequency = 333Hz
  • Steer Lock = 1080°

Entry-level wheels FFB settings (Logitec G29)

acc ffb settings - Logitec G29

  • Gain = 100%
  • Minimum Force = 12%
  • Dynamic Damping = 50%
  • Road Effects = 16%
  • Frequency = 333Hz
  • Steer Lock = 1080°

Conclusion

So here were some general tips and specific FFB settings you can use for your steering wheel in Assetto Corsa Competizione.

Remember that these are just a starting point and that you should always make adjustments as necessary to find what works best for you.

If you’re still having trouble, make sure to check out our other ACC tutorials for more help.

As always, happy sim racing! 🙂

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