Hello all. Have been fiddling with Motec and its Steering Arm Force readings in various cars in AMS to determine the ideal MaxForceAtSteeringRack settings in the RealFeelPlugin.ini file for my large Mige Simucube system. Using data logging, I've run all the Formula 1 level cars at Patrick's Nurburgring, because it has some high speed, high downforce corners which induce soft clipping at default RealFeel values. I also did the MCR2000 car. Here are some findings about the peak Steering Arm Force for several cars on the same track: MCR2000 . . . 1895 Formula Classic . . . . 4225 Formula V12 . . . . . .2262 Formula Reiza . . . 10656 Formula Extreme . . . 9850 Formula Utlimate . . . 7847 Formula V10 . . . . 3374 And for good measure CART Extreme . . . 4291 My intention has been to set up each RealFeel MaxForceAtSteeringRack entry just above these maximums from Motec. Finding the wide variations in settings and driving the cars reveals this: the MCR2000 on my OSW is almost violently jolting in ordinary driving, and it seems this is likely due to the much smaller range of force (1,900 units) within a wide range of strength on a DD wheel. Then, the Formula Reiza, set at 11,000 in Realfeel, has periods of strength but much more smoothness and subtlety because it has 11,000 units within that same range of strength on a DD wheel. My question is this: are the physics of each car and the resulting Steering Arm Force figures uniquely relevant only to that car, or are they related among different cars? If one were to set a universal MaxForceAtSteeringRack of, say, 11,000 in each of the above cars on a linear DD wheel, and crank the Simucube power up, would the variations in FFB feel among the cars be realistic? This would make the MCR2000 quite light, the Reiza potent, and the rest in between. Maybe it is realistic for the MCR2000 to be unpleasant to drive, but with tiny tires, lower speed, and modest downforce, it does seem like it would be proportionally lighter at the steering wheel than an F-Ultimate. Of course, power steering or lack thereof would be big factor in ultimate feel . . . Sorry for long post---but wanted to share these findings and invite any insight others have.