Recommendation for wheel and pedals for Xbox One and PC

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  1. racerdad

    racerdad Armchair Racer

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    I'm looking for recommendations for a wheel and pedal set that can be used for both the xbox one and a PC. Paddle shifters fine, h-shifter not necessary. Preferably something <$300. However, I'd spend more if $300 limits me to low quality gear. I'd be satisfied with something on par with my old G27.

    I know there are some hacks to get the G27 to work with the Xbox One, I just want something that works out of the box.

    Thanks.
     
  2. MatthiasB

    MatthiasB Armchair Racer

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    You are in luck boi. Inside Sim Racing made a video about this the other day. Very up to date.
    Here is the link.
    From your info, I think G920 is the best. Unfortunately it is a dual brushed motor (can be noisy(mostly when crashing)), but it is quality wheel.
    You could also go for the thrustmaster TX. But it has no clutch. If you want a clutch you'll need to purchase the T3PA pedals, but than the price will be like 30 dollars over budget.
    If I'm not mistaking is also has a stronger motor than the G920. Trustmaster also good brand (but I do not have any experience with there products, except flightsticks which are made very sturdy)

    Hope this helped
     
  3. fil140

    fil140 Rookie

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    matthias is 100% correct. thrustmaster is the best mid range gear for price vs perforemance and darin and john over at inside sim really know their shizzle!
     
  4. AOR Raikkonen

    AOR Raikkonen Armchair Racer

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    Thrustmaster Tx is the best for the money
     
  5. WGIstation6a

    WGIstation6a Armchair Racer

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    I have the G920 it's pretty decent, it may be a bit clunky feeling at times, but it does the job well enough. If I were to do it again, I may go the route of Thrustmaster, just because of the ability to upgrade bits and pieces at a time.
     

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