Thrustmaster ACC settings

ACC Thrustmaster Settings (T300, TSPC, T150, TX, TMX & TGT)

Looking for the best settings for your newly unboxed Thrustmaster steering wheel?

In this guide, we’ll go over the entire process of how to configure your Thrustmaster wheel in Assetto Corsa Competizione for unlocking pure performance.

In fact, purchasing one of the best wheels on the market isn’t gonna improve your lap times if the settings are all over the place…

You’ll in fact want the wheel FFB, deadzone, linearity, sensitivity and saturation to be on point if you wish to get really fast and win dozens of online races.

A proper combination will also allow you to be more consistent with your driving over time, since you’ll be able to feel exactly how the car is reacting to your steering inputs.

So having said that, let’s get right into it!

How to change Thrustmaster wheel settings in ACC

In order for you to change the Thrustmaster wheel settings in ACC you’ll have to open the “options” menu in ACC, then go to “controls”, “Wheel”, and finally head over to “Force Feedback” and “Advanced” to change the settings of your Thrustmaster steering.

Recommended ACC Thrustmaster wheel settings

Now that we know where to change our wheel settings, let’s start with the basics and configure the in-game wheel settings for each Thrustmaster model.

Thrustmaster ACC wheel settings

We’re gonna have a look at both the ACC in-game settings as well as the tuning menu settings that you can find in the Thrustmaster dashboard (screenshot below).

Thrustmaster wheel settings

Make sure the rotation angle is set to 900° for each Thrustmaster wheel and that all the other values above are set to 100% apart from the strength at 75%.

  • Overall Strength of forces: 75%
  • Constant: 100%
  • Periodic: 100%
  • Spring: 100%
  • Auto centre: by the game

Now that we’ve done that, we’re ready to get started with our wheel settings for each different Thrustmaster steering wheel.

Thrustmaster T300 ACC settings

Thrustmaster ACC settings

  • Gain = 92%
  • Minimum Force = 0%
  • Dynamic Dampening = 100%
  • Road Effects = 0%
  • Frequency = 333Hz
  • Steer lock = 900⁰
  • Steer Linearity = 1.00
  • Brake Gamma = 2.00
  • Gear shift Debounce = 50ms

Thrustmaster TSPC ACC settings

 

  • Gain = 95%
  • Minimum Force = 7%
  • Dynamic Dampening = 100%
  • Road Effects = 40%
  • Frequency = 333Hz
  • Steer lock = 900⁰
  • Steer Linearity = 1.00
  • Brake Gamma = 1.00
  • Gear shift Debounce = 50ms

Thrustmaster T150 ACC settings

  • Gain = 80%
  • Minimum Force = 0%
  • Dynamic Dampening = 100%
  • Road Effects = 0%
  • Frequency = 333Hz
  • Steer lock = 900⁰
  • Steer Linearity = 1.00
  • Brake Gamma = 1.00
  • Gear shift Debounce = 50ms

Thrustmaster TX ACC settings

  • Gain = 85%
  • Minimum Force = 5%
  • Dynamic Dampening = 100%
  • Road Effects = 0%
  • Frequency = 333Hz
  • Steer lock = 1080⁰
  • Steer Linearity = 1.00
  • Brake Gamma = 1.00
  • Gear shift Debounce = 50ms

Thrustmaster TMX ACC settings

  • Gain = 90%
  • Minimum Force = 0%
  • Dynamic Dampening = 100%
  • Road Effects = 0%
  • Frequency = 333Hz
  • Steer lock = 900⁰
  • Steer Linearity = 1.00
  • Brake Gamma = 1.00
  • Gear shift Debounce = 50ms

Thrustmaster TGT ACC settings

  • Gain = 95%
  • Minimum Force = 0%
  • Dynamic Dampening = 100%
  • Road Effects = 0%
  • Frequency = 333Hz
  • Steer lock = 900⁰
  • Steer Linearity = 1.00
  • Brake Gamma = 1.00
  • Gear shift Debounce = 50ms

 

General Thrustamster settings considerations

So as you can see the majority of the settings are pretty much the same for each wheel model, with some minor variations.

The main differences are in the FFB gain force since each will demand a custom set based on how much force the wheelbase is actually able to generate on its own.

As a rule of thumb, the more advanced the wheelbase and the least amount of FFB gain you’ll need to run since the wheelbase will already be capable of delivering great strength and resistance, so you won’t have to artificially add it yourself from the settings.

On the other hand, lower-end wheelbases like the Logitec G29 & G920 will need really high values of FFB gains since they will not be able to reproduce the feedback on their own.

Hope that makes sense. 🙂

Regardless, once you start from these recommended settings you can then experiment yourself and see whether you’d like the wheel to feel a little bit harder or softer while driving.

It’s totally up to you. 🙂

Conclusion

So here were our recommended settings for each of the Thrustmaster wheel models that are currently compatible with ACC.

Hopefully, as you’ll go through the process of fine-tuning these settings to your own liking you’ll find that perfect sweet spot where the driving feels just right and you’ll be able to improve your lap times.

Good luck and we’ll see you on track!

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