Objective Realistic FFB and Wheel settings (CSL DD)
I wonder what would be the objective and realistic settings for the Force Feedback that have no purpose of making you faster and that are not based on somebody's liking. I've noticed there are tons of suggestions and videos on YouTube from very respectable authors that claim that they found the best settings for Forza or they explain the fundamentals of each setting - but the fact that they all come up with different results, often opposite to each other, tells me that none of them speak objectively. Otherwise they would all come up with the same conclusion.
I tried many of those suggested best settings and picked the ones I "like" that I even posted on this forum as Recommended but I still have doubts in the truthfulness of those settings at least considering that they heavily use the Center Spring Scale that is rumoured to be an artificial effect that has nothing to do with suspension physics.
So having a simple goal - to explore and enjoy the variety of iconic cars, willing to experience their characters and peculiarities as they are, and NOT the wheel settings that someone thinks should be "optimal" or simply likes - what would be the most transparent and neutral settings that would convey the actual car behaviour that is based on the car's design and not the FFB settings? When you simply want to enjoy driving and feeling different cars as they are to the extent that's allowed by the sim.
Target setup - CSL DD 8nm, X-Box Series X, WRC wheel