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Below is a complete beginners setup guide for Assetto Corsa Competizione. This includes a detailed description of every part of your car setup in ACC. And a lot of tips and general setup guides, explaining what you should be changing, and why.
This is the perfect guide for new sim racers, or those who want to start setting up their own car in ACC.
With the console version of Assetto Corsa Competizione dropping, many console racers are picking up ACC. This has led to an influx of new players, and first time sim racers, which is fantastic for the ACC community!
Jumping in to Assetto Corsa Competizione for the first time is a daunting prospect. There is a reasonably sharp learning curve. From the extremely realistic, and hardcore driving physics. To the daunting driver and safety ratings. There is a lot to get your head around as a new ACC player.
And then there is the scray prospect of customising your car setup. Unlike some racing games such as F1 2020, which bridge the gap between arcade racing and full on simulation. ACC has a much higher amount of car setup options for you to play around with.
If you are jumping in cold, and don’t fully understand how each setup tweak affects the car, don’t panic. A sim racer called Skaven, over at the official ACC forums, has created the ultimate Assetto Corsa Competizione beginners setup guide.
This setup guide breaks down every aspect of your car setup. It will show you how to tweak your car properly, and explain how each tweak will affect your car’s performance.
It also gives you a great understanding of what you should be aiming for, such as ideal tyre pressures and more.
Below is a complete write up of this guide, along with the original guide in its image format. Hopefully this helps, and if you appreciate what Skaven has put together, head over to the Kunos forums and let him know! Link to original post.
The differential only affects the car during a neutral throttle state, and when transitioning on and off the throttle.