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FFB settings

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by sbishop1488, Feb 10, 2015.

  1. sbishop1488



    Wondering what you guys/gals use for your FFB settings?

    I've attached mine to this thread but I sometimes think the FFB is a little much / rough, looking for an accurate feel.

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  2. Bram Hengeveld

    Bram Hengeveld
    RaceDepartment Founder Staff Premium

    Don't think there are universal settings for the FFB as it would depend on the kind of wheel you are using.

    Have you checked out our sticky thread with all wheel and controller settings?
  3. ouvert


    right now I gave up .. couldn`d make it feel good (compared to GSC or GTREvo) .. so no AC for me for a while ...but best for me was:
    gain: 76
    filter: 0 or 5
    dampers: 0
    min. force: 0 or 3
    kerbs: 80-100
    road efx: 0 - 30
    slip efx: 0

    if I could get rid of that springy feel round centre it would be passable
  4. Bernd Graf

    Bernd Graf

    On my Porsche GT3 wheel (not the best, sometimes gets a little coggy, but hey), I run forces at 68%, 100% wheel...I use a special fan to keep the motor cool. Using special cooling allows you to run much higher forces without stressing the wheel too much. Definitely look to secondary cooling for the motor of your wheel to get accurate forces.

    Apart from this, I set kerbs @ 105, road to maximum. Every in-car video I have watched, the drivers experience much more of the road than average settings on the slider bar allow, so maximum gets me to realism IMHO.
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