The typical small/large motors don't work that great, the large MiGe perhaps, but you can get some 130mm wheels that are rated at 6Nm @ 6A, these are ideal and you'll get around 20Nm at 22A. The ideal numbers you're looking for on your motors are for peak torque at either 30A or 60A. While you can push 80A with some cooling, you'll have less hassle if you use motors wound for lower current.
Don't panic about getting 20Nm out of a wheel, 10Nm will be enough for most people.
Use a good quality PSU and make sure you use shielded power and encoder cables. If possible mount the driver next to or on the back of the motor.
If using a single channel clone board you need a passive brake resistor.
Use a USB cable with a EMI filter, the Odrive generates a lot of noise and USB cables without filters will have latency and other performance problems.
2Software / Firmware
Install Vjoy + SimNerve App
Configure Vjoy and enable FFB support
At this point you'd need your motor setup and your driver connected and working
Flash custom firmware and send your serial number (available in the motor control section, this firmware requires a single life long license per driver)
Reflash with licensed custom firmware and configure driver & motor
Next is to setup the driver and motor config, calibrate the motor, save, restart, center the wheel, restart and it should work