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Logitech G27 Racing Wheel

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  • The powerful, dual-motor force feedback mechanism with helical gearing smoothly and accurately simulates traction loss
  • Six-speed shifter with push-down reverse gear allows you to quickly choose exactly the right gear.
  • RPM/shift indicator LEDs integrate with racing game software to indicate when the user should shift gears.
  • Realistic 11-Inch wheel with leather-wrapped rim provides a more comfortable, true-to-life racing experience for hours on end.
  • Steel gas, brake, and clutch pedals deliver precise throttle, braking, and shifting control for heightened realism.
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Technical Details

  • Mac Compatible
  • Minimum RAM: 256 MB

Product Description

Product Description

A simulator-grade racing wheel, the Logitech G27 Racing Wheel is designed to deliver the definitive sim racing experience for the PC and PLAYSTATION3. It features a powerful, dual-motor force feedback mechanism with exceptionally quiet helical gearing; a six-speed shifter with push-down reverse gear; integrated RPM/shift indicator LEDs; a comfortable 11-Inch leather-wrapped rim; and steel gas, brake, and clutch pedals.

From the Manufacturer

From the Manufacturer

The Logitech G27 Racing Wheel – real metal, real leather, real racing

Whether sliding sideways around a gravely curve, or screaming through the streets of Monaco, with the Logitech G27 Racing Wheel, the world's greatest circuits feel closer than ever. Designed to deliver the definitive sim racing experience for the PC and PLAYSTATION3, the Logitech G27 Racing Wheel features a powerful, dual-motor force feedback mechanism that smoothly and accurately simulates traction loss, weight shift, and road feel; plus a an exceptionally quiet helical gear system that virtually eliminates steering noise. And then there are the six-speed shifter with push-down reverse gear; RPM/shift indicator LEDs; 11-inch leather-wrapped rim; steel gas, brake, and clutch pedals; and 16 programmable buttons plus D-pad. All of which add up to a level of performance and realism that you might not have thought possible.




Key Features



Powerful, dual-motor force feedback mechanism with helical gearing
Smoothly and accurately simulates traction loss, weight shift, and road feel, with exceptionally quiet steering action.



Six-speed shifter with push-down reverse gear
Allows you to quickly choose the right gear for every corner.



Paddle shifters
Keep your hands on the wheel for lighting fast F1 style shifting.



RPM/shift indicator LEDs
Integrates with racing game software to indicate when the user should shift gears.



Realistic 11-inch wheel and leather-wrapped rim
Provides a more comfortable, true-to-life racing experience for hours on end.



Steel gas, brake, and clutch pedals
Delivers precise throttle, braking and shifting control for heightened realism.




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What's In The Box

Package Contents
  • Logitech G27 Steering wheel
  • Gas, brake, and clutch pedals
  • Shifter module
  • Power supply
  • User documentation

    System Requirements
  • PC
  • Windows XP or Windows Vista
  • 20 MB of available hard disk space
  • CD-ROM drive
  • Available USB port

    -or-
  • PLAYSTATION3 computer entertainment system
  • Playstation 2 computer entertainment system
  • Games that support Logitech force feedback racing wheel

  • Product Information

    Product Dimensions 17.2 x 11.8 x 12.7 inches
    Item Weight 18.2 pounds
    Shipping Weight 19 pounds
    ASIN B001NT9TK4
    Item model number 941-000045
    National Stock Number 7025-01-631-2761
    Batteries Lithium Metal batteries required.
    Customer Reviews
    4.4 out of 5 stars 1,481 customer reviews

    4.4 out of 5 stars
    Best Sellers Rank #6 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Game Hardware > PC Game Hardware > Controllers > Racing Wheels
    #26 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation 2 > Accessories
    #141 in Video Games > Accessories > More Systems
    Date first available at Amazon.com August 17, 2009

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    By William Grose TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 28, 2009
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    I had the privilege of owning its predecessor several years ago, the G25, so I knew mostly what to expect with this new G27, but I was still expecting so much more from Logitech. The expression "Logitech giveth and Logitech taketh away" seems most pertinent.

    So, let's start:

    Opening the box and getting everything out is very simple. All the parts are well designed, but you're immediately greeted with what I think is the biggest issue with the G25/27 set, - the cables. So many cables! 400 cables! (at least it feels like it)

    The wheel has a cable coming out of it that goes into your PS3; the pedals have a cable coming out of it; the shifter has a cable coming out of it, and then there's the power brick that has a cable to be plugged in. All these cables plug into the wheel itself, and it's definitely not a pretty sight. I don't know about other people, but I don't have a place where I can leave my steering wheel/shifter/pedals plugged in 24/7, so setting all this up and putting it away again is a COMPLETE pain in the rear.

    Putting the cable issue aside, there's a lot to like with the G27. It's an improvement over the G25 in many ways:

    1.) The G27 wheel uses helical gears (or diagonal-cut gears) vs the G25's straight-cut gears. What this means is that there's a reduction in noise when turning the wheel, and it's also smoother while maintaing powerful force feedback! Great stuff!

    2.) The shifter on the G27 no longer has a sequential mode (i.e. clicks up and down only), which is no big loss to me. I prefer either the regular 6-speed or using the paddle shifts on the wheel.
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    Extremely well made, I bought both G27 and the GT wheel for comparison. At first I wasn't sure whether the $200 difference is worth it, until I tried both out. Played F1 championship, GT5 prologue, GT5 demo and Dirt 2. If you can foot the bill, G27 is hands down better. Better construction and quality (GT wheel has plastic pedals, G27 has metal paddle and pedals), feels more solid and the force feed back feels accurate and keen.
    Another example of this being a well designed product is, on other wheels I've tried, the foot pedals are spring loaded with the same resistance. G27 however has different spring rate on the throttle and brake, which makes it extremely realistic. I'm not sure if that was software or hardware controlled but I like it.
    There are problems with this wheel, it isn't fully supported by all the racing games in PS3.

    For example, paddle shifting in GT5 prologue doesn't work (although GT5 HD when it comes out will work, GT5 demo works) so if I want to use manual shift in GT5 prologue I'll have to use the real 6 speed shifter, and I couldn't get the buttons to assign correctly in any of the games. So if I need to hit the PS button I actually need to use a controller. There is no documentation on what the default mapping is like (at least tell me where the PS button is, seriously). Paddle shifters do work in F1 champ, Dirt 2, so I'm not sure what the problem is with GT5.
    None of the game shows G27 as an available steering wheel controller.
    This is not supported on Xbox 360 but I'm curious and I'll test that out later.
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    I'd had my Logitech Driving Force GT for quite some time before I realized it was time to trade up to the top of the line: the Logitech G27. What makes the G27 better than the GT is the huge leap from the GT's "manu-matic" up-down shifter to a proper clutch and six-position gear box. I don't get to log a lot of hours in the sims, but if there's one thing I've learned, it's that being able to downshift from 5th to 3rd while pulling the e-Brake can be the win-or-lose difference that the GT's up-down shifter lacks. I could still use my Driving Force GT for playing NASCAR Racing because the tracks are typically high-speed circles (and god help you if you skip a gear), but for anything else, the gearbox is a huge must. It's a real rush being able to downshift through various Dirt, Need for Speed, and other titles.

    Physically, the G27 feels more solid than the GT, substituting aluminum and leather for the GT's plastic. The wheel's crossbar and the shifter paddles are aluminum. The wheel, shifter, and boot cover are leather, and the whole thing is bristling with buttons. Unlike the GT's PlayStation-centric button mappings, the G27's steering-wheel buttons have a layout like the MOMO, which is a smart move given how many people graduate up from the MOMO to the G27. The unit containing the wheel is separate from the gearbox, which means tons of flexibility for mounting the parts in any cockpit configuration you like. The main unit branches out its wiring, running two long cords for the gearbox to the right and two down leftwards to the pedals. From the pedals goes the power cable that has a long cord for plugging into an outlet.
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