Best rFactor 2 FFB & Wheel Settings

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Looking for the best and most realistic FFB & wheel settings to race on rFactor 2?

As you can imagine having the appropriate FFB settings is crucial for unlocking real lap time performance and consistency during a race.

From having lots of precision as well as being able to feel the car understeer or oversteer, good FFB settings can make all the difference.

That’s why we’ve put together this list of the best and most realistic FFB & wheel settings for rFactor 2 that we could find!

If you’re just starting out in racing games or rFactor 2 specifically, you”ll want to first head over to your wheel software dashboard and configure the appropriate settings before tweaking the in-game ones.

In this guide, we’re going to show you our recommended settings for running most of the Logitech and Thrustmaster wheels on rFactor 2.

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

Logitech Wheel settings

In order to change your Logitech wheel settings you’ll have to head over to the Logitech software dashboard and then select these values:

  • Overall effect strength = 100%
  • Spring effect strength = 0%
  • Damper effect strength = 0%
  • Centering spring strength = 0%
  • Degrees of rotation = 900°

Rfactor 2 Logitech FFB settings

Thrustmaster wheel settings

In order to change your Thrustmaster wheel settings you’ll have to head over to the Thrustmaster software and then select these values:

  • Overal strength 0f all forces = 100%
  • Constant gain = 100%
  • Periodic = 100%
  • Spring = 0%
  • Damper = 0%

Rfactor 2 thrustmaster wheel settings

Great, now we’re ready to finally have a look at the rFactor 2 in-game settings we’ll need to adjust.

Best rFactor 2 wheel settings (Logitech & Thrustmaster)

These are our recommended RF2 wheel settings that work well both on Logitech and Thrustmaster wheelbases:

  • Car Specific FFB Mult = 80%
  • FFB Smoothing = 0 – 3 (Based on your preference)
  • FFB Minimum Torque = 2.0
  • Vehicle set = checked

As you can see we’ve set the FFB smoothing to a range of 0 – 3. This is because some people prefer a smoother FFB while others like it more aggressive and snappy.

We’ve found that most people are happy with either 1 or 2 but you may need to experiment a bit to find what works best for you.

As for the other settings, we recommend running a near-maximum FFB multiplier as it will make the car feel more alive and responsive.

The minimum torque is important as it prevents the FFB from becoming too unstable at low speeds.

We also recommend leaving the vehicle set option checked as it will help keep the FFB feeling consistent across different cars.

That’s it! These are our recommended settings for running most Logitech.

We hope you’ll now be able to shave off some precious tenths (or even seconds) from your lap times.

Good luck and happy sim racing!

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