Assetto Corsa and Simucube 2


#21

I’m only using Exact’s TD settings my ffb in game is higher allong with the affects , find its the best settings for AC I’ve tried


#22

@Andy Which SC1/SC2 are you using?


#23

SC2 PRO mostly race on rf2 , find the physics on rf2 excellent. … normally on AC during the day and rf2 In the evening…


#24

I must thank you for posting your settings and also your added suggestions.

I’ve just given them a try out and they definitely give me a much more rubber like feeling to the car.
10% slip effect was also exactly the right amount.

You said to give it 20 laps and come back to you but there’s no need. I was faster and felt more comfortable with your settings after the 2nd lap!

You certainly seem to know how to dial in these settings to a tee and I hope you can find the time at some point in the future to post your findings with the other various sims :star_struck:

I could have spent hours messing around and most likely wouldn’t have arrived at settings as nice as yours.

Thanks again.


#25

Please instal Content Manager it’s free and its essential. Then you ca adjust and FF parameters without messing with those files.
https://assettocorsa.club/content-manager.html it also implements day and night racing, improved graphics and weather and so on.


#26

Im glad you guys like those settings, just make sure to recalculate FF straight settings (Gain ) from 32Nm to what ever motor you’re using. Also it’s better idea to set in game gain to 100% and adjust and save each car individually on track in FF app, from my experience I have different settings for different cars, for example H pattern cars with power steering I set to 25~30%, high downforce quick steering rack cars 35~45%.
I’ll try to make short tutorial video on SC2 filters and setup in near future.


#27

AC has own damper setting, MIN_DAMPER_GAIN. Shouldn’t that one be the preferred way of adding some?
Special effects, Stefano didn’t like them and was always suggesting to turn them all off, I usually only leave 5% slip and abs, that’s it.
But it’s personal preference of course.


#28

@Exact-Performance can you share your ini settings also?


#29

For guys that like heavy race car like steering.
If coping for Pro or Sport you need to set AC Gain higher accordingly
You need to adjust everything when changing Gain in AC.

ps. I improved my personal records on four different cars with those settings.