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I'm looking at getting a racing wheel and these are the two I'm considering.

Logitech Driving Force GT
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-Dri...2368308&sr=8-1

Logitech MOMO Racing Wheel
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-MOM...2368216&sr=8-1

Price difference is negligible.

GT Pros:
PS3 wheel, will be getting GT5 when it comes out.

GT Cons:
PS3 wheel not full pc support.

Since I'll be mainly using it on the pc, I'm not 100% on which one to pick if there was full pc support for the GT I'd have gone with that straight away.

Any suggestions or advice guys?
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Originally Posted by Mebby View Post
I'm looking at getting a racing wheel and these are the two I'm considering.

Logitech Driving Force GT
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-Dri...2368308&sr=8-1

Logitech MOMO Racing Wheel
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-MOM...2368216&sr=8-1

Price difference is negligible.

GT Pros:
PS3 wheel, will be getting GT5 when it comes out.

GT Cons:
PS3 wheel not full pc support.
Works fine on pc once you've installed the drivers. Has higher rotation, better FFB and a bigger wheel than the Momo too
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i have a momo its a okay wheel i give it a 6 out of 10..
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Works fine on pc once you've installed the drivers. Has higher rotation, better FFB and a bigger wheel than the Momo too
I heard the drivers only supports some of the buttons?
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Momo is better, the FFB motor is stronger and gives you a FAR better feeling than the driving force
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The post above me must be speaking in comparison to the Driving Force Pro. Now, the DFGT is the way to go, it's FFB has been compared directly to that of the Logitech G25, which is still no doubt the most used wheel in the sim racing communiy, but the DFGT is the obvious choice over the MOMO, the DFGT has 900 degrees of rotation, a bigger, more comfortable wheel with a more solid feel. It does now have full PC support, since it now has its own drivers, whereas before you would have had to use the drivers from the Driving Force Pro. In short: Get the DFGT.
    
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post #7 of 7
driving force GT wins easily against the momo. you can change the lock to anything between 180 to 900 degrees. so if you're playing an F1 game, you can run 400degree lock. or if it's rally, 540. or for roadcars, use full 900 degrees. The pedals that come with both are mediocre, but logitech has really good tech support.
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