Hi guys, I have tuned the 48 file for my G920, I think it will be fine for the logitech wheels, this time I used some starting values in the game a little higher (I remind you that these wheels have only 2.5 Nm of force maximum released) and in any case specifically we have: Gain 70 (No more, otherwise Karsten's file have little room to scale and/or accent); LFB 80 (You can also try 50-60-70 with less damping, but at 80 with damping 50 it seems fuller and more consistent with almost all cars); FX 70 (If you like it, if it seems high you must consider that I have reduced some values of the file that gave peaks to 70 in the effects); Damping 50 (This voice is a little esoteric, but at 50 it seems to dampen and level any swings a little). Now let's talk about the .48 file, the version chosen is always the LOW, but in it I have changed the following strings: To balance the resistance and the center of the steering wheel: - "(center_full 1.4)" -------> Original 1.0 - "(centering 0.4)" -------> Original 0.6 - "(steering_resistance 0.08)" --------> Original 0.07 To make acceleration, deceleration and loss of grip less of a problem (given the low starting forces of Logitechs) I changed the following entries: - "(rear_grip_loss_feel 0.3)" -------> Original 0.07 - "(front_slide_scale 0.2)" -------> Original 0.4 - "(acc2_scale 0.8)" -------> Original 1.0 - "(dec2_scale 0.4)" -------> Original 0.5 As for the road and the effects, I increased the scrub that was hardly noticeable, I slightly reduced the bumps and the suspensions that with high GAIN and LFB gave too much saturation even in the straight, and precisely: - "(large_track_bump_scale 0.25)" -------> Original 0.3 - "(scrub_scale 0.5)" -------> Original 0.3 - "(suspension_scale 0.8)" -------> Original 0.9 For me is the best at this time, I use these settings for almost all cars and tracks, only the few cars with a lot of oscillation or a lot of pendulum effect remain out of settings. I wonder if there could be, as for high speed and downforce cars, something similar for high sway cars that progressively reduces the pendulum effect without creating gaps during the reduction ... as always thanks a lot to Karsten and to the whole company!!! EDIT: Sorry I had to publish it in the forum of custom ffb files ... I was wrong but regardless I take this opportunity to request feedback from those who use Logitech steering wheels!!!