I'm trying to optimize my G27's FFB using this guide: http://isiforums.net/f/showthread.p...-for-rFactor-2-The-key-to-being-in-the-Zone-D It says I should do calibration of the high end forces first and then find minimum torque settings: However, when I change from car to car, I will need to change the per-car FFB multiplier, right? If that's the case, according to the author of the post, I will still need to find the minimum torque value whenever I change the FFB multiplier. So it appears to me that I will still need to figure out myself both the FFB multiplier and the minimum torque value on a per-car basis. I did a calibration of the FFB multiplier and the minimum torque on the Porsche in the AMGT3 mod. It feels very nice to drive. However when I changed to the SkipBarber, the FFB was way too weak and I felt nothing in the central ~30 degrees of my wheel. So I tuned up the FFB multiplier for the SkipBarber until I feel happy about the result. However this made the minimum torque setting wrong. Then I switched to the V8 Supercar mod, and I had to do these things again. How do you guys tweak your FFB? All the process is just way too time consuming for me. But if I don't do those, the central deadzone and the FFB clipping on my G27 could be really frustrating. I post my question here instead of the original ISI post because that post is started a long time ago and is a monster already.