|Posted by Tristan Bayless at 08:13 PM on Aug 09, 2012||Post #16|
Am very close to dropping a load on a T500RS... but the G27 may be a better value.
Anyone out there able to provide a comparison?
|Posted by Andy Graydon at 04:35 AM on Aug 10, 2012||Post #17|
Check out You Tube - there's some comparisons on there I came across when I was looking into the G27.
|Posted by Jon Uyan at 07:18 PM on Aug 10, 2012||Post #18|
Troy was planning on it (T500RS) and I read some reviews online, more than several poeple write that original wheel that comes with the base has much better quality. F1 wheel is all plastic and those 4 dials have no functions (just for the show) and all complain about Thrustmasters' quality control, I'm assuming they're not happy with this wheel's overall quality. I would definitly do a lot of reading about this one if I were you. ;)
|Posted by Tristan Bayless at 09:18 PM on Aug 10, 2012||Post #19|
THANK YOU Andy and Jon - especially the news about the F1 wheel's inop. diff / mixture dials. Very good to know.
I'll check out reviews and report back when I've bought something
|Posted by Andy Graydon at 01:00 AM on Aug 12, 2012||Post #20|
So, my first race not long ago with the new G27. Has it made a difference? Mmmm....well, I won it if that's anything to go by!
So much more feel in the wheel (and pedals) than the Momo, so clearly having better equipment does make a difference......and after 1oo minutes of racing, my hands smell of leather too (LOL)!
|Posted by Tristan Bayless at 10:25 PM on Aug 16, 2012||Post #21|
T500RS ordered - kept the OE Gran Turismo wheel.
As Borat would say, I am excite!!!!!! Make the sexy time yes!!!! My old wheel, she is loose, like mouth of tired dog.
|Posted by Tristan Bayless at 05:52 PM on Aug 17, 2012||Post #22|
My co-worker bought a G27 at the same time I bought the T500RS. They are both arriving this morning. We will report back Monday!
|Posted by Jon Uyan at 11:52 PM on Aug 17, 2012||Post #23|
This will be an interesting comparison :)