Hi All, Alot of people say you should turn off Damper and Spring strength in the Logitech Profiler. This is incorrect for Dirt Rally! For those that don't know, Damper Strength controls the Wheel Friction and Tyre Friction effects in Dirt Rally, and if you have it turned off, you are missing out on almost a 1/3rd of all the Force Feedback effects in the game! The Spring controls some damage effects on the wheel, which you are also missing out on! Spring and Damper effects on the wheel are "programmable" effects. In other words, they are controlled by the game you are running, and not predefined by the Logitech Driver. If the game does not use these features, it does not matter if they are at 150% or 0%. They are not used. Dirt Rally most certainly does use these functions, so if you have them disabled, you might want to try them turned back on again! Here is an explanation of the settings, In brackets is the Logitech option that controls it : Self Aligning Torque (Over-All) - The effect of the wheels of the car centering themselves to the direction you are travelling while the car is in motion. Also simulates the effect of wheels pulling in the direction of a dip/angle on the road surface Wheel Friction (Damper, Spring) - The effect of the weight of the steering column, and the friction (constant) it creates on the wheel. Also controls the feedback from wheel / steering damage to the car (wheel pull (spring), added friction (damper), etc) Tyre Friction (Damper) - The effect of the tyres grip on the road surface causing friction when turning the wheel. Applies while moving very slowly and while skidding and turning. Suspension (Over-All) - The effect of suspension hits pushing/vibrating the wheel Tyre Slip (Over-All) - The effect of the wheel skidding over the surface, or spinning (burnout) Collision (Over-All) - The effect of pushing/shock from impacts Soft Lock (Over-All) - The amount of strength applied to prevent you turning the wheel past the soft-lock rotation Steering Center Force (Over-All) - The speed/strength at which the wheel will automatically return to center at race start/car reset For those that are interested, here are my settings : (SOFTLOCK disabled) If your not sure, just go into the game, set everything to 0 except Wheel and Tyre Friction and set Spring and Damper strength to 0. Give a car a bit of a drive, then alt-tab out to the Logitech Profiler and put Spring and Damper at 150% and go back in game. You will immediately notice you now have feedback on the wheel which was not there before.