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It’s great to hear that you’ve found a configuration that works well for you with your CSL DD and Forza Motorsport. If you have 1,500+ hours in Assetto Corsa Competizione (ACC), which is known for its excellent force feedback (FFB), and you’re happy with the FFB feeling in Forza Motorsport, it’s a testament to the quality of your setup.
If you have any specific questions or need assistance with the in-game advanced input settings or Fanalab profile for Forza Motorsport, feel free to share them, and I’ll do my best to provide guidance or assistance based on the information you provide.
It’s a good practice to set up your wheelbase in Fanalab, especially if you’ve created a dedicated tuning menu profile for Forza Motorsport. I appreciate you sharing your settings with the community.
Since you mentioned that you use 60% brake force with your Fanatec V3 pedals, this can be a helpful reference point for others who may have similar equipment.
If you have any more details or specific tips related to your Forza Motorsport setup or any other questions, feel free to share, and I’ll assist in any way I can.
The game settings are pretty cool, but they might seem a bit tricky to figure out right away. I suggest checking out a YouTube video by OverTake_gg. They’ve got a fantastic guide on force feedback settings, and these settings come from their guide.
Now, let’s take a look at the Advanced Input settings in the game.
Now, I’ll share my Driving Assists settings. I think you should give them a try just the way I have them. But, if you prefer, you can adjust Traction Control and ABS as you like.
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