Best RaceRoom Wheel & FFB Settings

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Looking to get the most out of your Raceroom Racing Experience?

If you’re struggling to find the best wheel and FFB settings then look no further.

We’ve compiled a list of the top FFB settings from some of the best sim drivers in the world for you to try out.

Having a great force feedback setup will make the difference between being an average driver and not really feeling the grip of the car to a RaceRoom PRO where you’ll have the best possible feedback to drive faster and with more precision.

New RaceRoom FFB Settings

In the middle of 2021 RaceRoom has changed its FFB settings interface and so you can have a look from this video below how that looks.

If you’re just starting out in sim racing, it’s important to find a good baseline force feedback (FFB) setting to get the most out of your wheel.

A lot of the top drivers in sim racing use almost identical FFB settings, so it’s important to “steal” their secrets to give yourself the best chance of success.

Then after driving for a few laps you’ll be able to start to feel what the car is doing and make adjustments to the FFB settings to suit your driving style.

So without further ado, let’s get started.

1. Toggle “Force Feedback” Option On

So the first thing you’ll want to do is to make sure the “Force Feedback” option is toggled on in the settings menu.

You can do this by going to:

Settings > Controls > Force Feedback

And make sure the “Force Feedback” option is set to “On”.

If it’s not, toggle it on and then you’re good to go.

Do not select the Inverted Force Feedback option as it will make the steering feel very unnatural.

Raceroom FFB

2. FFB Physics settings

The next thing you’ll want to do is to adjust the overall force feedback strength and linearity.

Most pro sim racers tend to run a maximum of 100% FFB strength with again 100% linearity.

You can find these settings by going to:

Settings > Controls > Force Feedback > Physics based

Raceroom FFB settings

Next, make sure the FFB minimum force is set to 0% as it will make the steering feel very lht when driving off the pit lane.

You can find this setting by going to:

Settings > Controls > Force Feedback > FFB Minimum Force

Next, mak esure the FFB maximum force and stationary frction are set to 100% as it will make the steering feel realistic heavy while driving in the high speed corners.Raceroom wheel settings

Remember that you can always adjust these settings later on if you find the steering feeling too heavy or light for your liking.

3. FFB Immersion settings

The final settings you’ll want to set properly are the steering immersion values including bumps and vibration.

As you can see from the screenshot below, you should set these values accordingly:

  • Engine Vibration: 0%
  • Bump Amplification: 0%
  • Gearshift effects: 0%

Raceroom new FFB settings

All the values are set to zero since you won’t really need them to be high to find the best raceroom wheel and FFB settings

Does Logitech G920 work with RaceRoom?

Of course Raceroom supports the Logitec G920 and G29. Its FFB is also one of the most precise and realistic to drive thanks to is in built quality.

You can check this Logitec G920 tutorial to set it up for Raceroom.

Old RaceRoom FFB Settings

Here’s a video tutorial from the old RaceRoom FFB setting UI. If you aren’t using the latest software version, this video might be what you’re looking for.

4. General wheel setting tips for RaceRoom

So let’s take a look at some general tips to help you get the most out of your wheel in this game:

  • Make sure your steering input is smooth and consistent. That will prevent making sudden movements as it will make the car harder to control.
  • Always spend a few laps testing the new settings before joining an online race.

So those are the best raceroom wheel and FFB settings that you can use to get the most out of your sim racing experience.

Remember that you can always adjust these settings later on if you find that they’re not working well for you.

If you have any questions, feel free to let us know.

As always, happy sim racing! 🙂

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