Thrustmaster Rally GT Force Feedback Pro Clutch Edition Wheel
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Exclusive "5 axes" modes: wheel accelerator brake clutch and handbrake3 large robust aluminum pedals10 function actions buttons on wheelExclusive force button on the wheelOversized tube full rubber grip and 270 turning angleMetal axis and ball-bearing steering mechanism2 "Sequential Shifter System" options: 1 full-size sequential gearshift stick and 2 new reinforced wheel-mounted sequential leversSystem requires: PC USB (USB1 or USB 2) and Windows 98 SE ME 2000 XP or Vista
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Thrustmaster is proud to unveil the worlds first five-axis, three-pedal Force Feedback racing wheel and pedal set. The Rally GT Force Feedback Pro Clutch Edition is so complete you may find yourself looking for the indicator switch! This groundbreaking three-pedal model is based on the massively popular RGT FFB Pro the first five-axis wheel and pedal set on the market. The new model features a new full-size sequential gearshift knob, two new reinforced wheel-mounted sequential levers, twin wheel-mounted progressive levers, Force Feedback and belt-driven gear system with new metal collar, and now three adjustable pedals. The RGT FFB Pro Clutch Edition provides all the sensations of real driving use the brake pedal with natural resistance, work the clutch, balance your power slides, throw the car into turns and leave your opponents in the dust!
Your choice of driving style
The RGT Pro Clutch Edition caters equally well for demanding simulation drivers and novice gamers. Users can switch between using five axes and four axes with all three pedals via a switch located behind the base of the wheel, while Force Feedback can easily be toggled on and off with a press of a button. Advanced drivers can even set up the pedals for heel-and-toe downshifting.
A new level of realism
State-of-the-art features, advanced functionality and superior build quality put the RGT FFB Pro Clutch Edition at the front of the grid. Gamers can not only get the most out of new racing games, but also rediscover their old titles, playing in a whole new, more realistic way.
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<until now (July 09, 2009) the left shift button stopped working and i was right in the middle of a chase on Need For Speed Most Wanted and ended up getting busted cuz i couldn't downshift. everything else still running strong> NEW RATING 3 STARS
Because the Thrustmaster was not in stock with Amazon I ended up buying the GT25 from Logitech, and we (note: WE) have not regretted this for a second. Who knew force feedback could make such a big difference?!?
The RGT wheel and pedals are well constructed and function properly, for the most part. The driver setup went so fast I thought something was wrong, so I did it again. You need to understand that "Control Panel" means the ThrustMaster Control Panel, not Windows'. The device driver for Win7 64-bit is in beta. The Test Effects section does not work. Watch out when you power up the wheel. It WILL immediately rotate lock-to-lock with all of its considerable force.
Response of the wheel in Live for Speed and iRacing is immediate and accurate. My main beef is the notchiness that the force feedback motor provides. It distracts from the precision driving experience. By fiddling with the "Control Panel" and game Controller settings, I was able to minimize that effect.
My old wheel is a Traxxas Free Wheel Racing Controller. It looks like an RC car transmitter. Actually, it's a PC game port version of their RC car wheel with nothing in the antenna hole. It is extremely quick and accurate for steering, throttle/brake and shifting but lacks other buttons and hat features. Also, I found no game ports that support Win7 64-bit. My times with the RGT are still worse than my times with the Traxxas.
My only other complaint with the RGT is that the pedals are pretty close together for my big feet. The clutch and shifter add a nice touch of realism to the games. However, if you forget to clutch when you stop, the engine goes to idle anyway rather than stalling. That may be a function of the games rather than the controller. I have not tried the analog paddles for throttle and brake yet.
Finally, the clamp seems strong enough but the wheel wobbled slightly forward and back when tightened down on my desk top. By moving 2 of the adhesive-backed rubber feet from directly under the clamp to positions closer to the flange that fits against the edge of the desk, I completely eliminated the wobble.
I talked to Thrustmaster support and they gave me a bunch of silly things to try to eliminate the dead zone but nothing helped so they said return it.
To be honest, I know you have to get used to a new wheel so I gave it a week of hard use and started to get used to it. I said "I can live with this I guess". Then,,,, POP! Something broke inside. Sounds like the belt drive. :(
Given that this thing feels cheaply made there was no way it was going to last like my Momo ($70 5 years ago!!). I returned it. Don't waste your money. At least go for a Driving force pro. Even the black Momo is better than this thing.