Project Cars 2 Thrustmaster Settings (T300, TX & TMX)

Project Cars 2 Thrustmaster Settings (T300, TX & TMX)
Author Alessio Lorandi
Alessio Lorandi
May 2, 2022

Looking for the best and most realistic Thrustmaster wheel settings for Project Cars 2?

As you can imagine having proper FFB settings will make a pretty big difference to your drivng and overall performance in the game.

Project Cars 2 Thrustmaster Settings (T300, TX & TMX)

We’ve researched and tested all the different FFB and wheel configurations before sharing with you our recomendations.

You’ll be able to be way more precise with your inputs and do far fewer mistakes.

So without further ado, let’s dive right in!

Thrustmaster settings

The first step to get the best wheel settings will require you to accordingly adjust the T300, TX and TMX wheels from the Thrustmaster software dashboard.

Thrustmaster settings

That’s because the default settings are often not a great fit for he game, and can cause your car to react in a fairly unpredictable way.

Here below are our recommended wheel settings for your Thrustmaster T300, TX and TMX:

  • Rotation = 900°
  • Constant = 100%
  • Periodic = 100%
  • Spring = 100%
  • Damper = 0%
  • Auto center = By the game

Now that we’ve configured our Thrustmaster wheel, let’s move on to the in-game settings of Project Cars 2.

What are the best Thrustmaster settings for Project Cars 2?

Our recommended Project Cars 2 settings are:

  • Steering deadzone = 0
  • Steering sensitivity = 55
  • Throttle deadzone = 0
  • Throttle sensitivity = 50
  • Brake deadzone = 0
  • Brake sensitivity = 50
  • Clutch deadzone = 0
  • Clutch sensitivity = 100
  • Speed sensitivity = 45

Force feedback settings

  • Flavour = Informative
  • Gain = 100
  • Volume = 20
  • Tone = 20
  • FX = 50
  • Menu spring strength = 0.40

So as you can see most of the deadzone settings are all set to zero as it will give you the most precise and reactive inputs.

We also recommend setting your speed sensitivity to 45 as it will make the car more stable when you’re breaking, accelerating and cornering.

Force feedback settings

And last but not least let’s take a look at the force feedback settings that you can see above.

We’ve found that these settings create a pretty good and realistic FFB experience without being too overwhelming.

Of course you can play around with these settings to find what works best for you.


So here were our recommended Thrustmaster settings and in-game settings for Project Cars 2.

We hope you found this guide helpful, and that it will help you take your driving skills.

Remember to practice a lot with these i order to keep improving.

Until next time, happy racing!

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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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