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RasmusP's LUT Guide for G27/29 and DFGT 1.1

My custom LUTs for the Logitech G27, G29 and Driving Force GT

  1. FFF789
    FFF789
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thanks for making me smile today! :)
      I thought about deleting the guide thread as I think the settings are not as smooth and nicely shaped but I thought some people probably like it anyway as the LUTs are a bit lighter and rather "fluffy" in comparison.
      Glad that you're having fun with it and I could help :)
  2. Fl@sh
    Fl@sh
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    really liked the strong settings :) thanks.
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      The strong one? I think no one mentioned that to me yet.
      Glad you like it! Happy driving :)
  3. tchofs
    tchofs
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    this is simply AWESOME! i use the recommended one but with 80% ingame ffb, a complete game changer!!! looks a got myself a new wheel!
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Hehe, thanks for calling it AWESOME (there's a German poetry slam video where AWESOME is the most used word, lol).
      80% seems a bit much but as long as it feels good for you, I'm happy that you're having fun :)
  4. L-ViZ
    L-ViZ
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    This made AC like being a complete new game, got the game for years and just recently explored this "mod". Amazing 10/5 ;)
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the 10/5 rating :D Happy to see that even after years of getting used to something else, my little lut make for a positive change :)
  5. Cyanbland
    Cyanbland
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    The improvement is insane
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thanks! :) it's astonishing how much difference a little change around the center can do. And it's sad how little the devs care for it. Every game could easily implement such a feature and get a preset for all logitech wheels...
  6. Luthfil Lutz
    Luthfil Lutz
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Hi thanks for your hard work, however im not getting any ffb with the logitechG27. Can you help me out?
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Hi, thanks for still giving me these stars :)
      You seem to have the same problem as Kozzion (rating below yourself). Please write in the support area of this download so we can solve it :)
  7. Kozzion
    Kozzion
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Hello, thank you for your hard work! I am a complete noob in the simracing scene and am using a logitech G27.
    I did all the instructions you wrote and everything runs smooth!
    What I do "miss" is that my steer does not give any Force feedback? it doesnt shake while hitting kerbs or feels any resistance when I steer into corners and such?
    Is this as intended ? Or did I do something wrong ?
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      First, thanks for still giving me 5 stars although you don't have any force feedback. :)
      Second: please let's solve this problem in the support area where we can talk better. I'll make a post :)
  8. sensen95
    sensen95
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Excellent application FOR MY G27 !!!but why put 900 degrees? I usually drive cars that have a 360 degree angle of rotation how should I do? Ah you a setting for that because I want a stop?
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Hi, thanks for the stars :)
      Assetto corsa uses the correct degrees for each car, as long as the logitech panel and the ingame degrees are the same. So what you are using is hardware lock, what you'd need would be to activate the "softlock".
      But the ac softlock is pretty bad sadly...
      For some reason though, the force feedback gets amplified when using less rotation. So going from 900 to 450 will boost (and clip) the force feedback.
      I would recommend that yoh just use this LUT like you do now and if the wheel shakes on straights, simply use numpad minus until the ffb is low enough to not shake anymore :)
      Or you use 900 and activate the softlock.
      Either in content manager or:
      \Steam\steamapps\common\assettocorsa\system\cfg\assetto_corsa.ini
      Then at the bottom- [SOFT_LOCK] ENABLED=1
  9. JoocyBoyo
    JoocyBoyo
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Wow, I have to be honest I was skeptical at first, I didn't think this could improve the FFB that much but I only needed to race half a lap to realize what a game-changer it is. Using G29 and AC feels awesome now, racing feels so much more immersive now! Thanks a lot for your work!
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thanks for taking the time to write this nice message :)
      Occasionally I went back to without a LUT and indeed, massive difference although it's really just a little curve for the few first percent of ffb output!
      I wish you great fun with AC!
  10. JackR262626
    JackR262626
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thanks a lot! First day with a newly bought G27 and the game is transformed. SO GOOD :)
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the review! Great to see it's still making other people happy :)
  11. gluon
    gluon
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    What can I say? This LUT guide has totally transformed AC for me, to the point it almost feels a different sim now. I grew fond of rF2 and AMS for their superior FFB to the point of almost putting AC aside.

    This custom LUT not only fixes the dreaded dead zone in a much better way than the minimum force setting but crucially it unleashes much more finer grained detail on the FFB when playing AC with my G29 wheel now.

    IMHO every Logitech owner would have a better AC experience if this could be integrated officially into AC as a default profile for their wheels.
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thanks man, I really appreciate the kind words! :)
  12. pawelekd9
    pawelekd9
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Works great with Logitech G25 wheel. Thanks for sharing.
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thank you for writing a review. Feels great to get this kind of feedback :)
  13. blot
    blot
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Excellent on my old G25, Cheers.
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Cheers to you for still keeping the g25. Hopefully it'll satisfy you for some years to come!
  14. ViniciusS94
    ViniciusS94
    4/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Meh. Didn't fell like a huge improvement from my previous settings. I'm using a G29. The wheel now feels dead when driving on a straight line, theres no feedback whatsoever from the road bumps, and theres no resistance to turn the wheel when the car is stopped. Also it feels extremely light when driving racecars, which I don't like. It was easier to tell where was the threshold of grip on road cars. But I preferred my old settings so I'll revert back.
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      If you like, make a post in the support area. It reads like there was something not quite right with your settings. I created this to give me a tight and alive feel at the center. So the opposite of what you're reporting.
      The lack of resistance while standing still doesn't come from the lut. Just raise the "damper" slider in the logitech panel and put "damper gain" back up to whatever you like :)
  15. Xauntyse
    Xauntyse
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Night and day comparison between this and the stock G29 Config. Thank you for your effort! It is much appreciated.
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Still makes me happy to read these reviews. Thanks for taking your time to give me a smile! :)
  16. MatVitaL8
    MatVitaL8
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Wow...for a year I have used a personal LUT file generated by wheel check, it was a little improvement but always rubbish....but yours is astonishing. Now I can play AC very well, thank you!!
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thanks for giving me such a great feedback! This is exactly why I created it. Mainly for my self but it's really great to know that it makes others enjoy AC just like I do with it! :)
  17. mymisslaracroft
    mymisslaracroft
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    OMG THANK YOU SO MUCH for this i got it finally to work after couple days , i did many things wrong before , but now i did it the right way.

    I am a noob when it comes to this stuff , Assetto corsa is a real pleasure now thanks to people like you!!!

    I don't know how to thank you for this.
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Hehe, after you stopped posting I wondered if you were just back to default settings.
      Glad you gave it a try again and this time with success! :)
      Your words are enough for me to make me feel these threads were and are worth the time I've spent noting everything down. The settings are done for my own pleasure. Nothing to thank me for them :p
  18. manu68
    manu68
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Works very nice with my G25.
    Feels almost as a real car wheel, at least as close as it can be with a wheel like that.
    Thanks !
  19. RomanSerg
    RomanSerg
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    amazing thank you now i can ply ac and fun fun
  20. CavalierMetallo
    CavalierMetallo
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thank you very much!
  21. Danny kung
    Danny kung
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thank you for everything that you do! This is an amazing resource and guide. Well done
  22. RAD_RACER
    RAD_RACER
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thank you very much for this excellent guide and LUT files. I notice my G29 is feeling much smoother to make Assetto Corsa even more enjoyable. The G29 rattling noise got greatly reduced as well. This finally makes it possible for me to race at night without disturbing other people.
  23. Warren Dawes
    Warren Dawes
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thanks for this Rasmus, my old G27 was never feeling right with AC, but with this LUT (recommended one), I'm much happier.
    Cheers, Warren
  24. Alexium
    Alexium
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thank you very much for your DFGT LUT! It is nice feeling on my wheel. Unfortunately my DFGT still have "center" notch. Or something like two rolls around current center. It may be not the true wheel center. I think it is mostly hardware issue with motors/wheel friction. But it disappearing with default settings with that sets low powers at center. In same time (in comparison my old "107" settings) your LUT is more soft. I like it! No more loud kerbs! I did only one modification of your LUT - removed light tremor when car is not moving (most first value - 0 | 0). I can't feel the difference in 0|0.070 and 0|0 settings. So I prefer not shaky wheel.
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the stars and feedback!
      If the notch goes away with default settings you have too much force around the center. For me the notch also comes back when you remove the "tremor" as you call it. The wheel motors lose the "constant little energy" and you feel that hole then.
      I'd suggest you put the tremor back in and just reduce the overall force feedback until the tremor and the notch fade away. That's what I always do with Numpad +/- for each car. + until the deadzone vanishes or - until the notch fades away :)
  25. ladose
    ladose
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thank you for your explanations. I finally solved my vibration problem in the dead zone. Excelent guide, which I will recommend to other drivers.
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Glad you can enjoy your driving again now! :)
  26. Freud83
    Freud83
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thank you for shared your work, i use the lut since 3 months, and the ffb of my g27 feel smooth even in the center with accuracy, for better transitions between left and right corner, case of chicanes.
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thank you for the review :)
      Chicanes bothered me the most before I created these, glad you like it too!
  27. Arconian
    Arconian
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    I haven't been playing AC for more than 2 years just because oscillations were driving me nuts. Now it's playable again! Awesome work man, thanks a lot!
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thanks for taking the effort to write a review! Great to hear that you can enjoy AC again! :)
  28. Goldtop
    Goldtop
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Game changer for me. After all these years of scratching my head trying to work out ffb in AC I now have the feel that was always missing with my DFGT. Thank you so much!
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the review! Glad that you can enjoy the game now! :)
      The Logitech wheels might be cheap and AC at default really shows it, sadly, but I'm always astonished how nice it can feel with a good LUT.
  29. Justin Neck
    Justin Neck
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    I only just started playing AC a week ago. I have only been using a wheel (G27) for 3 days now. drifting is hard to learn. I could not hold slides to save my life. Applied the Recommended LUT.... and omg..... first practice session and im holding slides, transitioning slides and loving it. This LUT gives great feedback of where the wheels are pointed. It makes learning to drift so much more achievable as you can feel what you are doing wrong!

    11/10

    110% improved feel

    110% improved wheel enjoyment
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Haha thanks man!
      These reviews give me so much back, I'm really glad that I uploaded my work and that others can have so much fun with it! :)
  30. ddcperdo
    ddcperdo
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thank you for awesome work, man this is just perfect. 10 stars from me. Driving with G27 is now where it should be, thanks to you. My LUT test was detailed, but very simple. Driving pCars2 and RaceRoom Nordschleife (favourite GT3 and road cars) - then go in Assetto with same cars ... just NO GO. Then switched to your LUT settings (recom. - 50% FFB) and entire new FFB world opened. No FFBclip app needed anymore . Thanks again from me and my G27.
    1. RasmusP
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the review! :) I know what you mean! pCars and RaceRoom are better at getting rid of the deadzone than AC without a LUT!
      Glad that you can now discover the world of AC again :)
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