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    Racing Wheel Recommendations (PC)

    Toying with the idea of getting back into sims a bit (Project Cars piqued my interest).

    Any recommendations on wheels?

    I've been out of this game for a long ass time.

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    If you want to mess a bit with it, I'll send you my old Fanatec Porsche GT2 wheel, for shipping only. PC/XBox 360/PS3. Not sure about PS4, doesn't work on XBone. It has an issue where the wheel rim is wobbly. Fanatec said it couldn't be fixed, but I imagine you could open it up and reinforce it maybe.

    You'll have to supply your own pedals.

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    Interesting.

    Since I don't have an XB1 or PS4, that makes it easy

    of course, I don't have Project Cars/any car sim either, so....

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    If you want bling, get the new Logitech G-series wheel. But don't expect to be able to use the PlayStation version on Xbox or PC. The cunts involved with licensing, probably at Sony, put a stop to that. On the plus side, the G29/G920 looks really, really nice.

    If you want options galore and are willing to spend big $$$, go with Thrustmaster. You could easily blow hundreds on a wheel base with a F1 wheel add-on, and a shifter, and pedals.

    The main difference between the two is how they're driven. Thrustmaster uses belts to provide the force feedback, while Logitech uses a gear-driven system. Belts are smoother and more organic, gears are more precise. It's really up to you which you'd prefer.

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    You should get it just because it's called THRUSTMASTER

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    For years, I had the Force RS, if that's any indication of the level/feel I'm used to?

    Admittedly, it's been at least 5-6 years since I've used it (and it's long since been donated).

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    I remember spending over 200 on one of these back when we raced GPL


    And the pedals went bad, the pots were all wonky and I think one of them stopped working. I called Logitech to report it, thinking I'd have to send it back but 3 days later I get a knock at the door and it's a courier with a


    And I still have it, although the power brick has gone AWOL at some point but it still works!

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    I tore my Momo (the black one) to bits. Good wheel at the time.

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    Didn't Nathan take one to Afghanistan or wherever he tourrd first?
    acket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew View Post
    For years, I had the Force RS, if that's any indication of the level/feel I'm used to?

    Admittedly, it's been at least 5-6 years since I've used it (and it's long since been donated).
    I think it was the Force GT.

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