Here's what prompted me to write this post, i heard a lot of people coming from pcars complaining about assetto FFB ("its too light", "can't feel the grip", "its not fighting me like pcars", "i cant like this ffb omg this is awful")
then we tell you to USE the wheelcheck app (linear test, 100 steps) and LUT generator as per racedepartment tutorial that explains itself with screenshots and stuff http://www.racedepartment.com/downlo...r-for-ac.9740/
but you still think that its too light (maybe a lot of users are accustomed to pcars wild ffb (i do agree that it surfaces stronger forces without clipping) so the other fix is to set FFB per car with "+ and -" keys.
usually when you get to pcars levels in some ranges you'll start to clip sooner and lose a lot of detail.
most of the time the "lightness" is worse with COG based ffb of logitech wheels, so i've been exploring options to get the most of the assetto corsa engine, in order to cater more people.
so far i found 3 options that could help BUT if done wrong they'll get you a nasty rattle at the center.
first one is the value provided here http://www.racedepartment.com/downlo...tech-g27.7983/
second, if thats not to your liking (provided you played with the values a bit) you could always increase the MIN FORCE value in-game.
third, play with the min values generated in your LUT file (you can open it with wordpad/notepad) without altering the 0.0 value btw.
maybe youll get a better feel in the lower end, also i use this settings: 90 gain, 0 filter, 10 min force, 50 kerbs, 0 road and 0 slip.
another aspect of assetto ffb is a more technical one.
assetto ffb works best with as much fps as you can get, more FPS, less Frame time, more FFB updates, less clipping.
so you might want to disable VSYNC as it increases input lag AND frame time.
this is assetto render stats app.
you want to get that FT (frame time) value as lower as possible
also you'll notice a red graphic line in the small frame below. you want that line as smooth as possible too, without any spikes, if you notice it spiking you might want to change some settings that ill provide below.
here's the assetto system cfg route (Steam\SteamApps\common\assettocorsa\system\cfg\as setto_corsa.ini)
and this values i changed to get a smoother experience, less frame time and no spiking/stutter
note: i have a 6 core amd cpu, left one thread free for the main game thread.
and as an option i enabled the soft lock, as i was always steering more than required in formula cars and others.
i do have a detailed experience with no major issues with assetto ffb, i set my ffb per car if required.
yeah its different but far from bad.
do give it a try and tell me what you think !