Best Assetto Corsa Fanatec Settings (CSL DD & CSL Elite)

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Looking for the best and most realistic Fanatec wheel settings for Assetto Corsa?

As you may have guessed, having the proper wheel and FFB settings for racing on Assetto Corsa are critical to having an enjoyable and realistic experience with the game.

After some tests and a bit of research, we’ve finally found a great starting point for Fanatec users that ticks all the boxes in terms of feel, force feedback, and immersion.

We’re sure that with a few tweaks here and there, you’ll be able to find the perfect FFB settings for your own driving style.

So without further ado, let’s get straight into it!

Fanatec CSL Elite Wheel settings

Here’s the list of all of the settings from the Fanatec CSL Elite wheelbase.

As you can see we’ve first listed the tuning settings that need to be changed from the Fanatec dashboard and then the in-game AC settings you’ll want to adjust.

Tuning Menu Settings

  • SEN = 1080 (also shown as 108)
  • FF = 100
  • SHO = 100
  • ABS = Leave it to default
  • DRI = 003
  • FOR = 100
  • SPR = 100*
  • DPR = 100
  • BRF = Leave it to default
  • FEI = 100

In-Game Settings

  • Invert = Unchecked
  • Gain = 75%
  • Filter = 0%
  • Min Force = 0%
  • Kerb Effects = 0%
  • Road Effects = 0%
  • Slip Effects = 0%
  • ABS Effects = 0%
  • Enhanced Understeer Effect = Unchecked
  • Half FFB Update Rate = Unchecked
  • Gamma = 1.00
  • Filter = 0.00
  • Speed Sensitivity = 0.00

Fanatec CSL DD settings

Here’s the list of all of the settings from the Fanatec CSL DD steering wheel.

Remember to first change the tuning settings from the Fanatec dashboard and then adjust the settings from the in-game Assetto Corsa FFB menu.

Tuning Menu Settings

  • SEN = 1080 (also shown as 108)
  • FF = 100
  • FFS = Peak
  • NDP = 15
  • NFR = Off
  • NIN = Off
  • INT = 4
  • FEI = 100
  • FOR = 100
  • SPR = 100
  • DPR = 50
  • BLI = Leave it to default
  • SHO = 100
  • BRF = Leave it to default

In-Game Settings

  • Invert = Unchecked
  • Gain = 50%
  • Filter = 0%
  • Min Force = 0%
  • Kerb Effects = 0%
  • Road Effects = 0%
  • Slip Effects = 0%
  • ABS Effects = 0%
  • Enhanced Understeer Effect = Unchecked
  • Half FFB Update Rate = Unchecked
  • Gamma = 1.00
  • Filter = 0.00
  • Speed Sensitivity = 0.00

So as you can see in both the steering wheels we’ve recommended to set the speed sensitivity to 0 as well as the vibration effects since the steering wheels will already produce some of it on their own.

The gain is a bit different between the two with the CSL Elite being set to 75% and the CSL DD at 50%.

We found that setting the gain any higher than 75% on the CSL Elite resulted in too much strength needed to turn and so we’ve capped it there.

Are Fanatec steering wheel good for Assetto Corsa?

Yes, the Fanatecs are probably the most advanced and realistic driving wheels on the market thanks to their excellent build quality and cutting edge technology.

We think that the Fanatec CSL Elite is the best option for most Assetto Corsa users thanks to its great value for money, while the Fanatec CSL DD is a good choice for those who want even more realism and immersion.

Conclusion

So here were our recommended Fanatec CSL DD & CSL Elite wheel settings for Assetto Corsa.

These should get you a jumpstart with the highest levels of realism though remember that you could always change them to your liking.

Hope that helped, see you on track! 😉

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