Best Gran Turismo 7 Wheel & FFB Settings

Looking to get the most out of your Gran Turismo 7 racing experience? If so, you’ll want to read on and check out our best wheel and FFB settings.

By using these recommended settings, you’ll be able to experience realistic feedback and better control over your car while racing.

Setting your FFB properly will make a huge difference when it comes to how the car feels, how much information you can get from the wheel, and how easy it is to control the car itself.

Once the level of realism is high, it will be much easier for you to drive properly and set fastest laps.

No matter how good your wheel is, if the FFB isn’t set right, your whole experience with the game will be affected in a negative way.

If you want to get the most out of Gran Turismo 7, make sure to follow these simple tips below.

Most realistic Gran Turismo 7 FFB Settings

Here are the settings that we recommend for getting the most realistic force feedback in Gran Turismo 7 (for most steering wheels):

Steering force feedback

  • Force feedback Max Torque = 4
  • Force Feedback Sensitivity = 2

Gran Turismo 7 Wheel & FFB Settings

Logitec G923, G29, G920

  • Force feedback Max Torque = 4
  • Force Feedback Sensitivity = 4

Thrustmaster T248, T150RS, T300RS, T500RS

  • Force feedback Max Torque = 4
  • Force Feedback Sensitivity = 2

Thrustmaster TS-PC, TS-XW, T-GT II

  • Force feedback Max Torque = 4
  • Force Feedback Sensitivity = 1

As you can see, we recommend a max torque of 4, which is not too much but it can be customized based on your preference. The higher you set it, the more force feedback you will get from the game. On the contrary, low torque levels will make the steering feel lighter.

We also recommend a force feedback sensitivity of 2. This setting is perfect for getting realistic and smooth force feedback. This will make the wheel easier to control and less twitchy.

Gran Turismo 7 vibration settings

In terms of steering vibrations, you’ll want to make sure that they are as realistic as possible to real-life racing.

You can change the vibration settings by going to:

Gran Turismo 7 > Options > Controllers > Vibration function

gran turismo 7 controllers menu

  • Vibration Function (P1) = On
  • Vibration Function (P1) = On
  • Vibration Strength 120 = 120
  • Trigger effect 1P (Accelerator) = Weak
  • Trigger effect 1P (Brake) = Strong
  • Trigger effect 2P (Accelerator) = Weak

Gran Turismo 7 wheel vibration settings

Gran Turismo 7 Wheel setting tips

Remember that each steering wheel will require a slightly different FFB setup as it will have its own unique characteristics.

It’s important to keep this in mind as you experiment with the different settings to find what works best for you and your particular wheel.

Another thing to keep in mind is that the force feedback will change based on the car you’re driving. Heavier cars will require stronger force feedback, while lighter cars will need less.

Depending on the car you’re driving and your wheel, you may need to adjust the force feedback settings also during the session. This is something that you’ll get a feel for as you race more and more.

We hope that these tips have helped you find the best FFB settings for your wheel in Gran Turismo 7.

As always, happy sim racing! 🙂

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