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WRC 10 Best Fanatec Controller Settings To Use

Find out which are the best Fanatec Controller Settings to use in WRC 10.

If you use a Fanatec Steering, you need to know some of the best Controller Settings to use with WRC 10. These controls will completely transform your gameplay experience. Also, it gives you quite a lot of freedom to play around with. Plus, having a steering wheel will just add to the overall feel of the game and its characteristics. So, scroll down and find out which are the Fanatec Controller Settings to use.

Best Fanatec Controller Settings to use in WRC 10

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WRC 10 Fanatec Controller Settings

All wheel base settings were made while using the Fanatec WRC CSL steering wheel. These might change depending on the wheel type. However, the steering bases will remain similar regardless of the steering wheel you use. So, scroll down and find out the best settings for every type of wheel-base and motor.

CSL DD Wheel Base Settings

This is the most basic Wheel Base that you can purchase from Fanatec. However, it also seems to be the most sorted of the available bases. This is despite being the lowest option in the catalogue. In our opinion, this Wheel Base is the best suited to the mechanics of the WRC game. You will also be good if you simply leave the settings on default.

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  • Force And Effects
    • Overall Force: 150
    • Self Aligning Torque: 115
    • Tyre Load: 100
    • Self Centre: 100
    • Recentre Force: 100
  • Vibration
    • Overall Vibration: 90
    • Tyre Slip: 100
    • Suspension: 85
    • Ground Surface: 50
    • Engine: 90
    • Collision: 85
    • Throttle Pedal: 100
    • Brake Pedal: 100
  • Accelerate Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone: 0
    • Saturation: 100
  • Brake Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone: 1
    • Saturation: 100
  • Clutch Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone: 1
    • Saturation: 100
  • Steering Settings
    • Steering Left Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone Left: 1
    • Steering Right Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone Right: 1
  • Handbrake Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0

Podium Wheel Base DD1 Fanatec Controller Settings for WRC 10

The DD1 is the previous-gen wheel-base that was a fan favourite of the community. However, there have been various issues that have plagued this wheel base when it comes to any of the WRC games. Many players have been complaining about a feeling of being disconnected and delayed feedback from the controller. Using these settings just might help you to fix the feel of the controller.

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  • Force And Effects
    • Overall Force: 150
    • Self Aligning Torque: 115
    • Tyre Load: 100
    • Self Centre: 100
    • Recentre Force: 100
  • Vibration
    • Overall Vibration: 20
    • Tyre Slip: 35
    • Suspension: 35
    • Ground Surface: 70
    • Engine: 35
    • Collision: 50
    • Throttle Pedal: 100
    • Brake Pedal: 100
  • Accelerate Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone: 0
    • Saturation: 100
  • Brake Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone: 1
    • Saturation: 100
  • Clutch Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone: 1
    • Saturation: 100
  • Steering Settings
    • Steering Left Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone Left: 1
    • Steering Right Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone Right: 1
  • Handbrake Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0

Podium Wheel Base DD2 Fanatec Controller Settings for WRC 10

The DD2 is the new kid on the block and one of the best to ever come out of the Fanatec stable. However, the issues from the DD1 carry over here too. This is quite a letdown and makes players feel disconnected from the game. Especially considering the fact that this is the most expensive wheel-base that you can get in the game. These settings might just be able to fix these issues.

  • Force And Effects
    • Overall Force: 150
    • Self Aligning Torque: 115
    • Tyre Load: 100
    • Self Centre: 100
    • Recentre Force: 100
  • Vibration
    • Overall Vibration: 20
    • Tyre Slip: 35
    • Suspension: 35
    • Ground Surface: 70
    • Engine: 35
    • Collision: 50
    • Throttle Pedal: 100
    • Brake Pedal: 100
  • Accelerate Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone: 0
    • Saturation: 100
  • Brake Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone: 1
    • Saturation: 100
  • Clutch Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone: 1
    • Saturation: 100
  • Steering Settings
    • Steering Left Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone Left: 1
    • Steering Right Sensitivity: 0
    • Deadzone Right: 1
  • Handbrake Settings
    • Sensitivity: 0

This is everything you need to know about the Best WRC 10 Fanatec Controller Settings. While you are here you can also have a look at the Best Controller Settings To Use in WRC 10.

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