Best WRC 10 Fanatec Settings (CLS DD & Podium F1 DD2)

Best WRC 10 Fanatec Settings (CLS DD & Podium F1 DD2)
Author Alessio Lorandi
Alessio Lorandi
May 23, 2022

Are you looking for the best WRC 10 Fanatec wheel settings?

As you can imagine having the most realistic wheel settings will make a big difference to your driving and time trial performance.

In fact, you’ll be able to have lots of precision with your steering wheel and make far fewer mistakes.

In Rally it’s so important to maintain car control and having a great feel for the road surface.

That’s why we’ve spent a lot of time on research to bring you the most comprehensive guide to Fanatec wheel settings for WRC 10.

So without further ado, let’s get started!

Do Fanatec wheels work well on WRC 10?

Absolutely! The Fanatec steering wheels are probably the best when it comes to WRC 10 thanks to the great force feedback, precision and awesome vibration features.

Do Fanatec wheels work well on WRC 10?

There are also a number of different Fanatec wheels to choose from so you can find one that fits your driving style perfectly.

What is the best Fanatec wheel for WRC 10?

The best Fanatec wheel for WRC 10 is probably the CSL DD since it’s got great features that suits perfectly for rally car games.

It’s got great force feedback and is very precise thanks to the direct drive motor.

It’s also relatively affordable compared to some of the other Fanatec wheels.

How do you change the wheel setting in WRC 10?

In order to change the Fanatec wheel settings in WRC 10, you’ll need to go to “Options“, select “Controls” and finally select “Settings“.

You’ll now be ready to adjust a variety of different settings such as force feedback, vibration and so on.

Fanatec general wheel settings

The first step to get the best Rally wheel settings will require you to accordingly adjust the wheel settings from the Fanatec tuning menu dashboard.

That’s because it’s crucial to unlock real performance potential of your Fanatec wheel on WRC 10.

To do so, you need to go to “Tuning Menu”, and set the following values:

DD 2 wheel base tuning menu

  • SEN = 540
  • FF = 60
  • NDP = 12
  • NFR = 6
  • NIN = 3
  • INT = 5
  • FEI = 80
  • FOR = 100
  • SPR = 80
  • DPR = 60

Now that we’ve done that we’ll be ready to adjust the in-game wheel settings.

What are the best WRC 10 Fanatec settings?

Here below are our recommended Fanatec settings for WRC 10.

We’ve based these on our own personal experience as well as feedback from the community.

What are the best WRC 10 Fanatec settings?

These are just a starting point though, so feel free to make your own adjustments according to your driving style and preferences.

CSL DD Force Feedback settings

Max wheel angle = 540

Force And Effects

  • Overall Force = 150
  • Self Aligning Torque = 115
  • Tyre Load = 100
  • Self Centre = 100
  • Recentre Force = 100

Vibration

  • Overall Vibration = 90
  • Tyre Slip = 100
  • Suspension = 85
  • Ground Surface = 50
  • Engine = 80
  • Collision = 75
  • Throttle Pedal = 100
  • Brake Pedal = 100

Accelerate Settings

  • Sensitivity = 0
  • Deadzone = 0
  • Saturation = 100

Brake Settings

  • Sensitivity = 0
  • Deadzone = 1
  • Saturation = 100

Clutch Settings

  • Sensitivity = 0
  • Deadzone = 1
  • Saturation = 100

Steering Settings

  • Steering Left Sensitivity = 0
  • Deadzone Left = 1
  • Steering Right Sensitivity = 0
  • Deadzone Right = 1

Handbrake Settings

  • Sensitivity = 0

Podium DD2 Force Feedback settings

Podium DD2 Force Feedback settings

Max wheel angle = 540

Force And Effects

  • Overall Force = 150
  • Self Aligning Torque = 115
  • Tyre Load = 100
  • Self Centre = 100
  • Recentre Force = 100

Vibration

  • Overall Vibration = 30
  • Tyre Slip = 80
  • Suspension = 55
  • Ground Surface = 70
  • Engine = 40
  • Collision = 55
  • Throttle Pedal = 100
  • Brake Pedal = 100

Accelerate Settings

  • Sensitivity = 0
  • Deadzone = 0
  • Saturation = 100

Brake Settings

  • Sensitivity = 0
  • Deadzone = 1
  • Saturation = 100

Clutch Settings

  • Sensitivity = 0
  • Deadzone = 1
  • Saturation = 100

Steering Settings

  • Steering Left Sensitivity = 0
  • Deadzone Left = 1
  • Steering Right Sensitivity = 0
  • Deadzone Right = 1

Handbrake Settings

  • Sensitivity = 0

Conclusion

As you can see, there are a number of settings we’ll need to get right and it will take some trial and error to find the perfect setup for you.

But with these Fanatec settings, you should be well on your way to getting the best possible experience while playing WRC 10.

We hope this guide has helped you in configuring your Fanatec wheel for WRC 10. If you have any further questions, feel free to let us know! 🙂

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Alessio Lorandi

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