This is a nice example of jumping to conclusions. It's always best to try to understand what you are experiencing, and not just immediately call it an exploit because you have difficulties understanding what's going on. 60% ingame ffb is in no way low ffb. Try holding onto a car with a 25+nm DD and 60% ingame ffb, and I'll dare you to call it low ffb xD. There are crazy fast people who do drive with high nm settings on their DD, just because you found one example on the interwebz of "low ffb" on a low nm wheel, doesnt make it true for all people who are faster than you. What kinda boggles me is that people are trying to determine how realistic rf2 is, but do drive with 5% minimum torque and 100% ffb ingame without noticing the amount of clipping that should be smacking them in the face.