Interact V3 Racing Wheel
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- 11 buttons, 8-way digital game pad
- 10-inch wheel, 270-degree turning radius
- Gas and break pedals
- Tilt and height adjustments
- Works in older DOS racing games
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1. CLick Start - SETTINGS - CONTROL PANEL.
2. In the Control Panel, double click on the "Game Controllers"
3. Once in the Game Controller Window, first make sure that the
Controller/Status box is empty. **(If it is not empty, click the "REMOVE"
button to clear all its contents)**
4. Click "ADD" and select "2-Axis 4-Button" and then click "OK"
5. Once the status on the controller reads "OK", click on the "PROPERTIES"
6. Select the "SETTINGS" Tab and then click the "CALIBRATE" button.
7. Follow the on screen instructions to calibrate your joystick.
8. Now, click the "TEST" tab.
9. On the Test Screen you can check to make sure that your controller is
10. Now click the "APPLY" button to save your changes and then click "OK" to
You have officially configured your V3 SV-280 Steering Wheel for use in
1. This item is almost 20 years old, all you'll get is used since the company ceased operations in the early 2000's.
2. It connects to the PC with a 15 pin joystick port, most PC's built in the last 10 years do not have these.
3. It was rudimentary when it was new, ridiculous now.
4. There are much better wheels, with Force Feedback, that work with new PC's and games for the same price.
I purchased one of these new in late 1997 as they were cheap and plentiful ($50 in 1997) and it was decent for the price. I quickly purchased the "Microsoft SideWinder Force Feedback Wheel Gameport" in early 1998 and then the first Logitech MOMO's which also use the outdated "joystick port".
Do yourself a favor and get the USB version of "Logitech MOMO Force" locally for cheaper than this, or pony up the $$'s for a Logitech G25 or G27 series wheel.
Still for youngsters, the V3 works great, and as long as you don't try to use it as a paper weight, or stand on it it should last as mine has, and we have used it "a bunch"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
some parts were missing and the tilt latch mechanism was brokePublished 23 months ago by WICKEDMORT
I bought this because my house at the lake had only a shower, no bathtub, and no place to put one in. Read morePublished on May 2, 2014 by Diane K.
I bought the wheel on amazon for about 25 dollars. When I got it it didn't even have the pedals. Which basically makes it useless. Read morePublished on November 1, 2013 by Kevin
To sum it up I will never buy from this person ever again the wheel didn't even work im so mad I got it for my kids n only because I had to put a star thay got the onePublished on October 4, 2013 by Sirena
it look good but i have to find two parts to hook it up to my pc i got luck with one part but look call about the other part you cant find itPublished on August 11, 2013 by ken conrad
I couldn't get it to work at all. tried several system and nothing. I guess you get what you pay for.Published on February 11, 2013 by Brian James Fernandez
The previously mentioned over sensitivity of this product is actually being underestimated. In both the cases of the pedals, and the steering wheel, it is calibrated in the sense... Read morePublished on March 6, 2007 by D. Golden
i just ordered HARD TRUCK 18 WHEELS OF STEELL ACROSS AMERICA and i looked at the dude who told how to get it to work on xp will it work and is it a USB controller?Published on January 23, 2007 by D. V. Burns
I got the V3fx (N64 version with vibration) wheel years ago, and it is a pretty good wheel. It is constructed very well, you can program the pedals to be digital (A and B or any... Read morePublished on December 23, 2005 by Joey Stead