Assetto Corsa | My T500rs Drifting Settings

T500 Settings

First thing, if you haven’t already done so. Go download Content Manager for Assetto Corsa. You’ll be glad you did!

Thrustmaster Profiler: I rarely change these settings for any game, I also use this setup for Dirt Rally too.

Thrustmaster Profile Settings
Thrustmaster Profile Settings

In-Game Settings

Content Manager FFB Settings
Content Manager FFB Settings

Gain: 70% (my preferable FFB level for my wheel)
Filter: 0%
Minimum force: 0% (if you use a custom .lut, ensure this is 0%)
Effects > All 0% (you may wish to change these to your liking)

WheelCheck and LUT Generator (Last Step)

Next: Download LUT Generator and WheelCheck

LUT Generator creates a linear lookup table in .csv for your wheel. Feel free to skip the LUT Generator and WheelCheck FFB Improvement if you have a linear ffb wheel, or wish to first play with in-game settings before attempting this.

  1. Plug your wheel into your PC and turn it on.
  2. Launch Wheel Check
  3. Check “Max Count” and ensure it’s 50, then select Step Log 2 (linear force test) from the dropdown menu. (Your wheel will start to spin and be tested)
WheelCheck
WheelCheck

Once the wheel completely stops, browse to your Documents folder and you should see a new .csv

.csv lookup table
.csv lookup table
Lut Generator Pic

Launch LUT Generator and open your .csv file. Save the newly created .lut file to Documents\Assetto Corsa\cfg\, example; t500rs.lut

CFG folder
CFG folder

Copy the LUTLibrary.dll to the same folder you run Content Manager.exe from, like so.

LUTLibrary.dll location
LUTLibrary.dll location

Launch Content Manager, Select > Settings @ the top > Controls > Force Feedback. Ensure “Enable FFB post-processing” is checked, then Import your .LUT file

Importing the .lut
Importing the .lut
ff_post_process ini pic

Confirm your ff_post_process.ini has been updated with your new .lut by Browsing to Documents\Assetto Corsa\cfg & open ff_post_process.ini

Job’s done! Now, I probably wouldn’t play around with your in-game settings too much after importing your .lut file, however I don’t see any concern with tweaking your desired ffb gain.

Play around, see how it feels to you. You may wish to make changes. Enjoy!

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