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What issues have you been having with the buttons? I love my G27, never really had an issue that I couldn't fix/was my own fault

The issue being that you can't change them in the client. I've had to resort to using Better DS3 in order to change what the buttons do. Been a few weeks since I last fired the game up though, and it would be great if this were something that they'd resolved in a recent patch but it's been an annoyance of mine for several months. Doubly so because I greatly prefer to use L2/R2 for downshift/upshift, and if rebound it has a bad habit of double shifting on me (aka going up/down two gears instead of one). L2 as brake and R2 as accelerator (default config) is rather painful within ten minutes for me, and rebinding (through 3rd party software) shifting to L1/R1 doesn't work as it's an awkward angle.

G27 is what I'll wind up picking up eventually, just need to take care of a few other things first, but Project CARS has me a lot more tempted to get one (so then it's two games pushing me to get a wheel).


Hour later edit: I also don't like how you can't control the menus with the controller, it's downright annoying to have to keep jumping between controller and keyboard/mouse if you want to change cars or tracks...
Edited by WhiteWulfe - 4/28/15 at 9:03pm
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Any recommended steering wheel than? Logitech G27 perhaps?

Budget: Driving Force GT. Same motor as G27, it's half the price but it has no H-shifter or clutch pedal. The build quality also isn't all that good.

Mid-range (best value): G27. Solid build quality except on the H-shifter which feels a bit cheap but not like it's going to break very easily. It also has a clutch pedal.

High-end: Fanatec Clubsport. You do have to buy all of the parts separately and it's extremely expensive and hard to get one. At the moment, they are invite only and the wheel base (where the force feedback motors are) is $600 on it's own. You still have to add the actual steering wheel (+$250-$500), H-shifter (+$150-$200) and pedals (+$150-$300). They also have an optional handbrake for $100.
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Budget: Driving Force GT. Same motor as G27, it's half the price but it has no H-shifter or clutch pedal. The build quality also isn't all that good.

Mid-range (best value): G27. Solid build quality except on the H-shifter which feels a bit cheap but not like it's going to break very easily. It also has a clutch pedal.

High-end: Fanatec Clubsport. You do have to buy all of the parts separately and it's extremely expensive and hard to get one. At the moment, they are invite only and the wheel base (where the force feedback motors are) is $600 on it's own. You still have to add the actual steering wheel (+$250-$500), H-shifter (+$150-$200) and pedals (+$150-$300). They also have an optional handbrake for $100.

Thanks +rep

Do you have any experience with Thrustmaster t300RS? If I get a wheel I want it to be compatible with PS4 and PC so this seems to be the only one so far. However I will avoid it if it sucks.

Too bad there is not a universal wheel that would work on PC, PS4 and Xbox one.
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Thanks +rep

Do you have any experience with Thrustmaster t300RS? If I get a wheel I want it to be compatible with PS4 and PC so this seems to be the only one so far. However I will avoid it if it sucks.

Too bad there is not a universal wheel that would work on PC, PS4 and Xbox one.

It's a bit expensive for what you get (no H-shifter or clutch pedal) but that would be a good option for you if you don't want to buy more than 1 wheel. Another option is the is the T500RS, but that is considerably more expensive than the T300RS.
    
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Are they still making the Driving Force GT? I don't think I've seen one for sale for ages. I need to replace my old wheel, but I don't use it enough to justify a G27.
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Are they still making the Driving Force GT? I don't think I've seen one for sale for ages. I need to replace my old wheel, but I don't use it enough to justify a G27.

UK - £153.90
US - $229.99
Canada - $79.99
New Zealand - $144.80 (inc. GST)
Australia - $119

Not sure why it's so much more expensive in the UK and US. A G27 in the US is $300 ($226.55 as of me writing this) and £219.99 in the UK.

I have read some rumours that it's going to be discontinued pretty soon along with the G27 since Logitech is having some financial problems. I hope the rumours aren't true, Logitech make by far the best value for money simulator wheels.
    
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Interesting that the Amazon seller is Discontinued Bargains.

Can you use the G27 without the shifter? I don't have room on my desk for it.
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It's a bit expensive for what you get (no H-shifter or clutch pedal) but that would be a good option for you if you don't want to buy more than 1 wheel. Another option is the is the T500RS, but that is considerably more expensive than the T300RS.

500RS is about $900 here in Turkey. I would not really spend that much money to be honest but it seems one hell of a wheel. Maybe in the future when I get a bigger room for myself.

Truth be told all I want is a racing wheel. I dont care about transmission or gas and brake. I would be so happy with a wheel where I brake and accelerate just like in a gamepad with R2 and L2 buttons. Than use the wheel for steering.

Is there such thing?
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Interesting that the Amazon seller is Discontinued Bargains.

Can you use the G27 without the shifter? I don't have room on my desk for it.

Yes, it does have paddle shifters as well.
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500RS is about $900 here in Turkey. I would not really spend that much money to be honest but it seems one hell of a wheel. Maybe in the future when I get a bigger room for myself.

Truth be told all I want is a racing wheel. I dont care about transmission or gas and brake. I would be so happy with a wheel where I brake and accelerate just like in a gamepad with R2 and L2 buttons. Than use the wheel for steering.

Is there such thing?

T300RS would be the best option for you then.
    
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anyone else getting flickering with crossfire enabled? How much is a clubsport wheel V2 in Turkey?
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