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Discussion in 'Video Gaming' started by badbaz, Jan 22, 2003.

  1. badbaz

    badbaz New Member

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    anyone seen the new thrustmaster f1 forcefeedback wheel?

    doesn't it just look the biz - check out www.thrustmaster.com - you know you want it!

    read that spec - maybe even overlook the fact its licensed by fiat, sorry ferrari - r.r.p. £199 - got to get it!

    well bloody forget it! - over rated piece of *****!
    bought one saturday @ 6pm from pc world £119.99 returned it sunday @ 10am for refund of £120 - a profit and a nights hire - not bad! :beerhug:

    seriously, i have a microsoft forcefeedback wheel and my mate has a thrustmaster ferrari f360, both are £59.99 and are very much better for feel and response - the pedals on the f1 are so heavy you would not believe - so if you are considering it, forget it, buy a cheaper alternative and spend the rest on summit else!

    anyone else got wheely good stories to tell?
     
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  3. Doug_RS2

    Doug_RS2 Member

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    DavidR Active Member

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    I had 3 thrustmasters, all of which quickly broke (one even went up in smoke) b4 getting a MS one :(
     
  5. Doug_RS2

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    I meant newer force feedback wheels in general are meant to be good - I think thrustmasters are ****.
     
  6. IML337

    IML337 New Member

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    yeah! My Logitech MOMO wheel works perfectly on all the good PS2 driving sims as well /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif
     

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