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About the product
- Quieter, stronger, next-gen force feedback featuring helical gears and dual motors
- Removable, racing-inspired aluminum steering wheel wrapped in genuine suede leather
- 2-way switch provides your choice of 270 or 900 degrees of wheel rotation
- Individually adjust pedal spring tension, pedal height, pedal spacing, and wheel rake angle to suit your racing style
- Includes lap rests and mounting hardware to securely attach to table, desk, or racing simulation cockpit
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Simulator-grade Racing Performance
Mad Catz' Pro Racing Force Feedback Wheel and Pedals for Xbox One is the culmination of extensive teamwork alongside racing drivers from every genre of the sport. The wheel and pedals system is a highly realistic racing simulation accessory, ready to mount into your racing cockpit or clamp onto a desk. Operating from the UK – the heart of the global motorsport industry – Mad Catz' engineering team worked with the very best rally car drivers and endurance racing teams.
Next-gen Force Feedback with Dual Motors and Helical Gears
Helical gears deliver three distinct advantages to provide a competitive edge. They are stronger, more precise, and far quieter than their straight-cut counterparts. The leading-edge force feedback mechanism delivers a higher level of realism than previously possible.
Created for Forza Motorsport 5 on Xbox One
The Xbox One console has created a communication protocol for wheels which delivers improved accuracy. Mad Catz' new Pro Racing Force Feedback Wheel and Pedals system makes the most of this new protocol, while satisfying hardcore and casual racing fans alike. Mad Catz worked closely with the Forza Motorsport development team to craft a wheel that matches the level of racing simulation taking place in the game.
Dual Rotation Settings Ideal for Simulation and Arcade Games
Switchable between 270 and 900 degrees of lock-to-lock rotation, the Pro Racing Wheel is genuinely dual purpose. For arcade-style driving games, the 270-degree setting makes turning faster and allows you to focus on the action. Switch to the 900-degree setting and engage full simulation mode, which replicates the authentic challenges facing professional racing drivers. You can effectively test your mettle without compromise, but also have the option to lower the difficulty.
Highly Adjustable to Match Personal Racing Styles
Mimicking the adjustability commonly found on race-prepared coilover suspension, the pedals' spring force and travel both conform to individual preferences. The pedals' spacing can be set to nine different lateral positions, and they're also height adjustable to offer a choice of upright or reclined configurations. And, the pedal frame introduces the sensation of footwell limits, replicating the unique perspective of pro racers. Ergonomic adjustability doesn't stop with the pedals. Set the steering wheel's rake angle to one of four settings – ranging from zero to 15 degrees – with the included Allen key.
Long-lasting and Reliable Construction
Genuine suede leather covers the aluminum steering wheel. The aluminum-faced pedals employ non-contact, position-sensing technology to increase longevity and reliability. Twin paddles promote instant gear shifting and are made of solid aluminum. Durable metal and strong ABS plastics impart the feeling of quality and craftsmanship, while high-precision internal components – like the wheel shaft's dual roller bearings – boost racing efficiency.
Versatile Mounting Options
For a completely stable response, attach the wheel to your table or desk with the included clamps. And when driving from the comfort of your couch, detachable lap rests keep the wheel securely nestled in your lap.
Supports Future Updates
Two facets of the wheel are primed and ready for potential updates farther down the road. The wheel face, mounted on a removable boss, easily detaches from the shaft to allow uncomplicated swapping. The internal computer chip's firmware is also upgradable via USB connection to a PC.
Ideal Companion for Playseat Gaming Seats
Taking a decisive step beyond commonplace installations, the Mad Catz Pro Racing Force Feedback Wheel and Pedals system easily integrates into Playseat's Revolution* and Evolution* gaming seats. Providing the means for the ultimate home-racing rig, you benefit from uncompromising performance coupled with striking aesthetics.
* Each sold separately
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What really tipped the scales for me was that Mad Catz allowed for lap use where the Thrustmaster did not. I've been quite happy racing from my couch over my many years of gaming and find that a good force feedback wheel can be used without having to buy/build a solid object to mount to. Mad Catz gets this and provides literally everything in the box you need to use this wheel in whatever setup you happen to have.
This wheel has exceptional build quality, attention to detail and enough adjustability that anyone can tailor it to their own style. The real suede leather cover on the aluminum wheel is top notch. Just watched some of the 24 hours at Daytona over the weekend and saw similar stuff in the real cars.
I struggled with Forza 5 using a controller after having wheels for previous Forza releases. Yes, the vibration was nice, but you just can't get the feedback or control you need with a thumb stick and trigger system. Think about it, you're trying to muscle a car around a track all with the inch or so play in a thumb stick. There's a reason the wheel was developed for full sized cars. I had trouble making the small adjustments in steering input and throttle to effectively control the car. Now, with this wheel, I have tons more information about what the car is doing and the ability to make those fine adjustments to steering, throttle and braking. I know precisely when the car is loosing grip as I can feel the opposite force in the wheel. It allows me to back off just enough to stay on the edge without losing control.
The strength of the force feedback is excellent, though I have noticed that it varies by game. Forza 5 force effects are lower than Forza Horizon 2. I actually prefer the Forza 5 effects. Can't wait to see what Project Cars brings.
Maybe a bit pricey for some, but don't look past this product for that one reason. This is a high quality wheel that will drastically improve your enjoyment of racing games on the Xbox One.
Me: Racing enthusiast for pretty much every form of the sport. Regular track day go-er, with a race prepped car; stripped, full cage, race seat, harness etc... driven many tracks across the US. I play racing games to practice what I love to do in real life. And because they are fun (and cheaper)! I bought this wheel hoping it would be a good, more budget friendly stopgap before later committing to something of higher performance.
MC Pro Racing FF Wheel:
What I liked:
-Construction. It seems to be made economically. What needs to be strong, is strong; and what doesn't, isn't. I can get behind that kind of thinking.
-Aesthetics: Actually a fairly nice looking unit. Wheel covering is nice. Will make your hands slightly black for a couple of uses but honestly, who really cares. The rest of the unit looks nice enough. Its not trying to look too flashy, works for me.
What I didn't like (why I returned it):
Ergonomics of Pedals: I'll go a bit more in depth here. The range of motion of the pedals forces you to make a decision; lift your heel off the ground while depressing pedals, or let your foot slip down the pedal face as it depresses. I cannot stand driving that way, I use my whole foot for the gas pedal and feeling the pedal slide under my foot when I am depressing it, leads to grabby/inaccurate and distracting movements. This lead me to holding my right heel off the ground almost all the time, which was difficult and uncomfortable to do for long periods of time. My left foot - since this pedal set is definitely designed to favor left foot braking and doesn't really allow heel/toe- I was at least able to rest between braking zones. This was a pretty major concern.
Lack of wheel vibration: I was stupid and ordered this wheel just expecting that at this price point it would have vibration. I found out quickly that it didn't. Can't "feel" curbing, abs or wheel lockup, shifts, different surfaces, high rpms (I shift by sound but its nice to feel something). Hugely took away from the experience for me. Yes, force feedback does function in some of these circumstances. I did not have a problem with the FF. That's largely a function of game programming anyway.
As a note, I wish the gear change paddles had a positive feeling when you changed gear such such as a click (not so much heard, as felt, if you know what I mean). This wasn't a deal breaker but a minor gripe.
I think Mad Catz made a pretty good effort on this product, and it looks like they are providing good support to customers but there are some things that need to be improved and until then, I cannot recommend this wheel.