Best Forza Horizon 5 Logitech Wheel Settings (G29 & G920)

Best Forza Horizon 5 Logitech Wheel Settings (G29 & G920)
Author Alessio Lorandi
Alessio Lorandi
April 22, 2022

Looking for the most realistic wheel settings to race Forza Horizon 5 on a Logitech G29/G920?

As you can imagine, having the right settings for your specific wheel will make a big difference in your overall lap times and race performance on track.

In fact you’ll be able to be much more consistent and do far fewer mistakes.

Forza Horizon 5 Logitech Settings (G29 & G920

That’s why we’ve taken the time to research and share the very best Forza Horizon 5 Logitech settings for both the G29 and G920.

So without further ado let’s dive right in.

How do you find the best FH5 wheel settings for Logitech?

You could either do plenty of trial and error testing or you could simply “copy” the same settings the pros are using.

The latter is obviously much easier and that’s exactly what we’re going to suggest you do in order to save dozens of hours.

Logitech wheel calibration

Before heading to the in-game FH5 wheel settings we’ll first have to make sure that the calibration is set properly through the Logitech software dashboard.

G29 wheel settings

Here’s what you’ll need to set:

  • Operating range = 900
  • Sensitivity = 50
  • Centering spring strength = 20

Pedals sensitivity

  • Clutch = 50
  • Brake = 50
  • Accelleration = 50
  • Combined pedals = No

Now that we’ve done that we’re finally able to move on to the in-game settings themselves.

Logitech wheel settings list for Forza Horizon 5 (G29 & G920)

In case you weren’t aware of that, both the G29 and G920 tend to run near identical FFB settings and that’s why we’ve put them together and not separately.

The Logitech wheel settings for FH5 are:

  • Vibration = On
  • Inver vertical look = Off
  • Steering axis deadzone inside = 10
  • Steering axis deadzone Outside = 100
  • Steering linearity = 55
  • Acceleration axis deadzone inside = 0
  • Acceleration axis deadzone outside = 100
  • Deceleration axis deadzone inside = 0
  • Deceleration axis deadzone outside = 100
  • Clutch axis deadzone inside = 15
  • Clutch axis deadzone outside = 90
  • E-brake axis deadzone inside = 10
  • E-brake axis deadzone outside = 100
  • Vibration scale = 0.5
  • Force Feedback scale = 1.2
  • Center spring scale = 2.0
  • Wheel damper scale = 2.0
  • Mechanical trail scale = 2.0
  • Force feedback minimum force = 1.2
  • Force feedback load sensitivity = 1.1
  • Road feel scale = 0.6
  • Off-road feel scale = 0.6
  • Steering sensitivity = 0.5

Logitech wheel settings list for Forza Horizon 5 (G29 & G920)

As you can see these are pretty much the essential settings that you’ll need to have in order for your FH5 wheel experience to be as realistic and immersive as possible.

We’re sure these are a great starting point but remember that you might still need to do some further tweaking in order to get it just perfect for your personal driving style.


So here were our recommended Logitech G29/G920 wheel settings for Forza Horizon 5.

We hope you found this guide helpful and that it will save you plenty of time and effort.

Good luck and we’ll see you on track! 🙂

Forza Horizon 5 Logitech Settings FAQ

What are the Best Wheel Settings for Forza Horizon 5 on Logitech G29/G920?

For optimal performance in Forza Horizon 5 using Logitech G29 or G920, set Vibration to On, Invert Vertical Look to Off, Steering Axis Deadzone Inside to 10, Outside to 100, Steering Linearity to 55, Acceleration Axis Deadzone Inside to 0, Outside to 100, Deceleration Axis Deadzone Inside to 0, Outside to 100, Clutch Axis Deadzone Inside to 15, Outside to 90, E-brake Axis Deadzone Inside to 10, Outside to 100, Vibration Scale to 0.5, Force Feedback Scale to 1.2, Center Spring Scale to 2.0, Wheel Damper Scale to 2.0, Mechanical Trail Scale to 2.0, Force Feedback Minimum Force to 1.2, Force Feedback Load Sensitivity to 1.1, Road Feel Scale to 0.6, Off-road Feel Scale to 0.6, and Steering Sensitivity to 0.5. These settings enhance realism and immersion.

How Do I Calibrate My Logitech Wheel for Forza Horizon 5?

To calibrate your Logitech wheel for FH5, use the Logitech software dashboard and set Operating Range to 900, Sensitivity to 50, Centering Spring Strength to 20, Clutch Pedal Sensitivity to 50, Brake Pedal Sensitivity to 50, Acceleration Pedal Sensitivity to 50, and ensure Combined Pedals is set to No. Proper calibration is crucial for accurate and responsive control.

Can I Use the Same Settings for Both Logitech G29 and G920 in FH5?

Yes, both the Logitech G29 and G920 can use nearly identical Force Feedback settings in Forza Horizon 5. This makes it convenient for users who switch between these wheel models.

What Adjustments Should I Make for Personal Driving Style in FH5?

While the recommended settings provide a great starting point, you may need to tweak them further to suit your personal driving style. Adjustments can be made to aspects like steering sensitivity, force feedback scale, and pedal sensitivity to match your preferences.

Is It Necessary to Adjust Pedal Sensitivity Settings in FH5 for Logitech Wheels?

Yes, adjusting pedal sensitivity settings for clutch, brake, and acceleration is important for a realistic driving experience in FH5. Set each pedal’s sensitivity to 50 for balanced responsiveness.

How Important is Vibration and Force Feedback in Enhancing the FH5 Experience?

Vibration and force feedback settings play a crucial role in enhancing the realism and immersion in Forza Horizon 5. They provide tactile feedback, simulating the feel of the road and car behavior, which is vital for an authentic racing experience.

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Alessio Lorandi

Alessio has been involved at the highest levels in racing since the age of 5 (2003). He won a CIK-FIA World Championship in 2013 and then raced in F3, F2, and finally GT3s before now dedicating himself to SOLOX. He’s now on a mission to help thousands of sim racers around the world achieve their fullest potential through his ACC setups.






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