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The Best Gaming Chairs to Buy

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Best joystick for laptop

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The Best FSX Joystick To Buy

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Top 5 USB Joysticks to buy

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HORI Racing Wheel Apex Review For PS4 | $99

HORI Racing Wheel Apex Review For PS4 | $99

The $99 Hori Apex wheel for PS4 and PS3 isn’t a bad option if you are a casual racing gamer. The performance is not gonna set the world on fire, but the price won’t break you in the bank. In...

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Thrustmaster T300 GT Racing Wheel Review | $430

Thrustmaster T300 GT Racing Wheel Review | $430

The Thrustmaster T300 GT was released in December of 2016. It is upgraded edition of the T300RS steering wheel Thrustmaster released in 2014. This new edition features the T300RS wheel base, a new steering wheel rim with Gran Turismo branding,...

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Logitech G29 Racing Wheel PS4 Review | $350

Logitech G29 Racing Wheel PS4 Review | $350

The Logitech G29 Force Feedback Racing Wheel was released in June of 2015 for the PS3, PC, and PS4 as a follow up to the highly acclaimed Logitech G27 for the PS3. Logitech had not released a new wheel into...

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Thrustmaster T300RS Ferrari Alcantara Edition PS4 Review | $470

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Thrustmaster T300RS Racing Wheel Review PS4 | $350

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A PlayStation 4 Racing Wheel Makes All The Difference

OpenWheeler Racing Seat

Having a PlayStation steering wheel is like sitting in the driver seat or a pro race car and strapping in for an incredible rush of adrenaline.

Once you dig your hands into a PS racing wheel and you’re jamming your foot down on a brake pedal to fight for control of your car in games like Gran Turismo or DriveClub VR…

"You will never race with a controller again"!

Hey, I’m James. I’m a 38 year old racing game fanatic. Playing racing games with a controller never made me feel close enough to the action…I wanted more immersion, more simulation, and more excitement.

I thought there was nothing I could do to take my home console set up to the next, level, until I discovered racing wheels, pedals, and cockpits.

I decided “Screw it”, I never do anything for myself and racing games are all I play it’s time to feel like I am part of the action.

Sim Racing Setups for PS 4

Sure full racing setups are a bit pricey, but if you wanna play with the big boys then you gotta go all in. Plus you will see that there are a lot of variety of PS racing wheels on the market of all different quality, features, and price points…so you don’t have to be rich to get started. Even the lower end steering wheels and pedal sets beat out using a controller any day in my book.

Thrustmaster, Logitech and Fanatec

For me, I have a lineup of Thrustmaster, Logitech, and Fanatec which are the big 3 companies when it comes to sim racing on Xbox or Playstation. Thrustmaster products, ranging from add-on rims, to high end pedal sets, to shifters and I have it all strapped to a PlaySeat Evolution rigged with custom vibration. I also have additional racing gear from Fanatec and Logitech that I hook up when it;s time to checkout new racing games.

What all of this does is it turns a regular old racing game into…

“A completely immersive racing experience”

By no means do I put up the best lap times on the leaderboards or strive to become the best video game drifter ever, but I truly could care less. All I know is that with my racing setup I have 1000X more fun racing than anybody I know that uses a controller to race. Sometimes I completely zone out and forget I am in my living room playing a game, because my heart feels like its beating out of my chest from excitement.

PSVR with Racing Games is Fantastic

While virtual reality is still in its infancy the handful of titles I've seen in VR are stunning and the experience is like no other. PSVR completely immerses you inside of a car cockpit and lets you look around the track, check you side mirrors, and gauge corners far better than triple screen monitors on a PC. A wheel, cockpit, and PSVR are enough to make you believe that you are a real race car driver.

PlayStation Racing Pro is Here to Help

That is why PS Racing Pro is here. I want you to get the same awesome feeling of a completely immersive racing experience on your PlayStation. There is a PlayStation racing wheel price pointed for anyone of any budget from $50 to a $1000, so using a controller doesn’t have to be your only option anymore.

I’ll see you at the finish line!

Get Your PlayStation Racing Simulator Setup

If you are in the market for a force feedback racing wheel on your PS4 console, then you have several options.

The prices range from $100 up to a $1,300 and of course the more expensive the wheel than the more performance you can expect.

In this article I will cover all of the options available for your PS console as well as make a few recommendations for what I think are the best performers and which offer the most bang for your buck. Before we get into the products themselves, lets hit on a few basics on what you should look for in a quality sim racing wheel.

What to Look for When Purchasing a Steering Wheel for PS4

If you are new to simulated driving than this info will be pertinent for you to make an informed purchase, if your a vet it should serve as a good baseline reminder as to what key features you should be honing in on.

Force Feedback Racing Wheels

Logitech G29 Force Feedback WheelForce feedback (FFB) is the resistance you feel when a steering wheel pulls back towards the center as you are turning. A good wheel delivers strong, quiet, and smooth force feedback. Typically FFB can be determined by the quality of the motor in the wheelbase. The strongest and smoothest is typically in direct drive motors, the second is belt driven motors, the third is helical gearing, and the 4th is everything else such as bungee cords.

Brushless force feedback motors are more efficient in their performance than brushed motors, because they put less strain on the mechanics and allow the motor to distribute it’s power where and when its needed. This helps prevent the motor from overheating and the cooler your motor stays the longer and stronger your force feedback will last in a racing session.

Degrees of Rotation

The degrees of rotation (DOR) are how far a wheel will spin before it hard locks. Most options offer between 270 and 1080 degrees. A good product will let you adjust the rotation on the fly. For most racing games, you can adjust the DOR in the game, but there are few games you can’t which is why being able to adjust the rotation on the wheelbase is important.

Pedal Set With a Progressive Brake or a Load Cell

T3PA Pro Pedal SetMore important than whether you decide on a 2 pedal set or a 3 pedal set is whether or not the brake pedal offers resistance. The resistance in a brake pedal will greatly help reduce your lap times, help prevent lock ups, make your game much more immersive, and feel more simulated.

Progressive resistance means that as you compress the brake pedal towards the floor it will get harder to push. This is meant to simulate real brake pressure like a real car. The technology behind progressive resistance is less expensive to manufacture so you typically find it in low to mid priced wheels.

Load cell brakes work by measuring the amount of pressure you are applying the pedal and then using that input to determine the braking power. In a load cell brake, the distance the pedal travels has no bearing on the braking power only the weight load applied to the pedal. Load cells are found in the more premium pedal sets.

Mounting Options – Table Clamp, Wheel Stand or Cockpit

The three most popular mounting options for console based driving wheels are table clamp, wheel stands, or cockpits.

Table clamps can be found on the lower end wheels and are great because they are inexpensive and allow you to clamp your wheelbase to a table or desk. These are big space savers. The downside to table clamps though is they come loose overtime and they don’t offer any options to hold you pedal set in place.

Wheel Stands are great for a more immersive experience because they help put your body in a driving position. Most wheel stands fold up for storage, offer the ability to hard mount your wheel with screws, and usually have a device to hold your pedal set in place. You can get a wheel stand for between $150 and $200 so its a nice option if you are limited on space and budget.

Cockpits are the ultimate sim racing experience. They are the most expensive and require the most amount of space. However they are the most immersive and you can find them in the style of GT bucket seats or Formula One. These sim cockpits are designed to make your body feel like you are in a race car. They also require you to hard mount your wheel which is the best option anyway for keeping it stable under intense car racing.

Compatibility with Play Station 4, PSVR, and PC

PlayStation Virtual RealityMost products coming out now are compatible on PS4, PS3, and PC. You generally don’t find any that also work with Xbox One. One of the keys to look out for though with compatibility is native PS4 support. Native support means that the wheel is supported by the console so you can use the d-pad and buttons on the wheel to navigate though game menus. Products without native support you have to use a dual shock controller to navigate through menus and then only use your steering wheel when its time to race.

Also worth noting that if a wheel works with the console it will also work with PlayStation VR.

Price

Of course one of the biggest considerations should always be what you can afford. IF you are a casual racer there isn’t any need to splurge on the high end products, but there are some nice entry level wheels that are affordable. For a hardcore racer you may want to consider the mid to high price points as you get expanded options and upgrades to add handbrakes, higher end pedals, and shifters.

Racing Wheels for the PS 4

Below I will brake down all the options for driving wheels on the PS4. The brands include Thrustmaster, Logitech, Hori, and Fanatec. I will address the basic background of each wheel, the specs, and then inject my opinion. At the end of the article I will also make my three best suggestions. The product list below will go from the lowest priced products up to the highest priced.


Thrustmaster T80

Thrustmaster t80 steering wheel ps3 ps4

The Thrustmaster T80 is an entry level wheel from one of the most popular racing wheel manfucaturers. This wheel released right around the time the original PS4 title DriveClub came out and there is even a DriveClub version available.

T80 Specs:

Here is what you need to know about the Thrustmaster T80:
Force Feedback and Motor:

  • 270 degrees of rotation
  • No force feedback or vibration
  • Linear resistance provided with a bungee cord system
  • Adjustable wheel sensitivity

Rim:

  • Rim is 11 inches (28 cm) in diameter
  • Rim is plastic with rubber grips
  • Rim can not be swapped out
  • Plastic paddle shifters are mounted
  • 11 action buttons (4 on the wheel rim) and a D-pad

Pedals:

  • 2 pedal set (throttle and brake)
  • Brake pedal has progressive resistance
  • Throttle and brake have angle adjustment for each pedal
  • Pedal set can be hard mounted with M6 screws to a chasis

Mounting:

  • Mounting is via table clamp only

Compatibility:

  • Compatible on PS3 and PS4
  • Native PS4 compatiblity allows for navigation in the UI

Price:

  • You can buy one for between $80 and $100
  • 1 year warranty US and 2 years in some European countries

My Opinion on the T80:

While the price may seem tempting I don’t recommend purchasing the T80. The lack of force feedback and vibration, combined with only 270 degrees of rotation make for a wheel that doesn’t really feel like a great driving experience. The wheel kind of feels lifeless in your hands and its hard to rationalize a purchase on for just a $100 more you can get the T150.

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Hori Racing Wheel Apex

Hori Apex Review

The Hori Racing Wheel Apex is an entry level wheel from a company known for making inexpensive console peripherals. This wheel was released in the fall of 2016 around the time of PSVR and DriveClub VR.

Hori Apex Specs:

Here is what you need to know about the Hori Apex:
Force Feedback and Motor:

  • 270 degrees of rotation (can change to 180)
  • No force feedback
  • Linear resistance provided with a bungee cord system
  • Multi-vibration system
  • Adjustable wheel sensitivity and deadzone

Rim:

  • Rim is 11 inches (28 cm) in diameter
  • Rim is plastic with rubber grips
  • Rim can not be swapped out
  • Plastic paddle shifters are mounted
  • 10 action buttons and a D-pad

Pedals:

  • 2 pedal set (throttle and brake)
  • You can change the sensitivity of the pedals
  • No angle or spacing adjustments
  • Pedals have no mounting options

Mounting:

  • Table clamp
  • Suction Cups

Compatibility:

  • Compatible on PS3, PS4, and PC
  • Native PS4 compatiblity allows for navigation in the UI

Price:

  • You can buy this wheel and pedal set for $99

My Opinion on the Hori Apex

This wheel lacks the feel and immersion you get with a force feedback wheel. However, it does the job and while help improve your lap times. It is significantly better than racing with a controller and would be worth a look if you are a casual racer. There are some adjustable features to adjust settings like deadzone and sensitivity and while they may help you drive more controlled they won’t help you get a feel for the car or the road. For $99 though, its a great price and at least worth considering.

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Thrustmaster T150

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The T150 came out in September of 2015 and considered an entry level racing wheel. It is made to work with most of the peripherals in the Thrustmaster eco-system so you can upgrade to add a better pedal set or a shifter. It comes in a PlayStation licensed version as well as an officially branded Ferrari version.

T150 Specs:

Here is what you need to know about the Thrustmaster T150:
Force Feedback and Motor:

  • 1080 degrees of rotation and you can adjust to 270 on the fly
  • Has true force feedback and vibration
  • Wheel resolution is 12 bits/4096 steps in the wheel
  • Mechanism Mixed belt pulley and gear drive
  • Brushed Force feedback motor

Rim:

  • Rim is plastic with rubber grips
  • Rim is 11 inches (28 cm) in diameter
  • Rim cant be swapped out
  • 2.5 inch (13 cm) metal wheel mounted paddle shifters
  • 13 action buttons (2 on the base) + a D-pad

Pedals:

  • 2 pedal set (throttle and brake) (similar to T80)
  • Pedal resolution is 10 bits/1024 steps
  • Throttle and brake with angle adjustment for each pedal
  • Pedal set can be hard mounted with M6 screws to a chassis

Mounting:

  • Mounting is via table clamp only

Compatibility:

  • Compatibility PC, PS3, PS4
  • Internal memory and upgradeable firmware
  • Native PS4 compatibility where you can navigate user interface
  • You can Upgrade pedals to: T3PA Wide Pedals, T3PA Pro Pedals, or T500 RS Pedals
  • You can add the TH8A Shifter
  • Also works with Logitech pedals or Fanatec pedals with an aftermarket adapter

Price

  • You can get a T150 for about $200
  • Warranty 1 year US and 2 years in some European countries

My Opinion on the T150 for PS4:

I really like the T150. I think it offers a lot of value for a low price. The force feedback and vibration are decent, but what makes it a good choice is that it is upgradeable to add on a higher end pedal set and a shifter. For just a $100 more than the T80, this wheel pack much more of a punch with some great features. I would recommend the T150 to a casual racer or somemone who wanted to see if sim racing was for them. If you were to get the T150, T3PA Pro pedals, and TH8A shifter you would spend just under $500. My best recommendation is the Thrustmaster T150 and T3PA Wide pedal set which comes to just under $300.

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Logitech G29

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The G29 was released in June of 2015. It is the follow up wheel to the G27 which was one of the most popular racing wheels for the PS3 and the first wheel Logitech had made in 6 years.

Logitech G29 Specs:

Here is what you need to know about the Logitech G29:
Force Feedback and Motor:

  • Up to 900 degrees of rotation
  • Has true Force feedback
  • Force feedback mechanism is dual brushed
  • Wheel resolution 16 bits/65536 steps
  • Dual motor helical gear drive

Rim

  • Rim cant be swapped out
  • Rim material is metal with hand stitched leather grip
  • Metal Paddle shifters 4.5 inches – wheel mounted
  • 14 action button, red dial, and D pad
  • Rim is 11 inches (28 cm) in diameter

Pedals:

  • 3 pedal set (throttle, brake, clutch) with a progressive brake
  • Pedal resolution 8 bit/256 steps
  • Pedal set can be hard mounted

Mounting

  • Mounting with a built in clamp and has pre-drilled holes for hard mount

Compatibility:

  • Compatibility PC, PS3, PS4
  • Internal memory and upgradeable firmware
  • Native PS4 compatibility where you can navigate user interface
  • Driving force shifter option available
  • You could use G27 pedals or G27 shifter with the G29

Price:

  • You can get the G29 for about $300
  • Warranty is 2 years

My Opinion on the Logitech G29:

The Logitech G29 is a nice wheel and its a great value because it comes standard with a 3 pedal set. This is one of the most popular wheels for the PS4 and although it does not perform quite as well as the Thrustmaster T300, it’s 2 year warranty is what make gamers gravitate towards it. The G29 offers a nice driving experience with solid force feedback which at times can feel a little choppy, but overall its a good wheel.

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Thrustmaster T300

Thrustmaster T300

The T300 released in October of 2014 and it was the first racing wheel option available on the Playstation 4. It comes in 4 different variations the T300 Standard Edition (pictured above), The Integral edition which as an upgraded rim and 3 pedal set, The Gran Turismo Edition, and the Servo Base which is just the T300 motor and then you can purchase the rim and pedal set separately.

Thrustmaster T300 Specs:

Here is what you need to know about the T300:
Force Feedback and Motor:

  • 1080 to 270 degrees of adjustable rotation
  • True Force feedback
  • Force feedback motor is brushless
  • Belt driven force feedback mechanism
  • Friction free contactless sensors
  • Wheel Resolution is 16 bits/65536 steps

Rim:

  • Rim is 11 inches (28 cm) in diameter
  • Rim is made of metal with a rubber grip
  • 2 metal Paddle shifters are 5 inches (13 cm) – wheel mounted
  • 13 action button (2 on base) + Dpad
  • Rim can be swapped out via Quick Release System

Pedals:

  • 2 pedal set (throttle and brake)
  • Throttle and brake with angle adjustment for each pedal
  • Brake pedal has progressive resistance
  • Pedal resolution is 10 bits/1024 steps
  • Pedal set can be hard mounted with M6 screws to a chassis

Mounting:

  • Mounting with a built in clamp and has pre-drilled holes for hard mount

Compatibility:

  • Compatible with PC, PS3, PS4
  • Internal memory and upgradeable firmware
  • Native PS4 compatibility where you can navigate user interface
  • Works with T3PA wide, T3PA Pro, or T500 RS Pedals
  • Works with TH8A shifter
  • All Thrustmaster add on rims work with this base
  • Works with Logitech pedals or Fanatec pedals with an aftermarket adapter

Price:

  • The T300 Standard Edition is about $400
  • Just the wheel base is about $260
  • The Integral Edition is about $470
  • Warranty is 1 year in US and 2 year sin some European countries

My Opinion on the T300 for PlayStation 4:

This is my most recommended steering wheel option for the PlayStation console. It delivers smooth, quiet, and strong force feedback and truly translates the feel of the cars into your hands. The best option is to the Integral Edition which comes with the T3PA Wide pedal set (Gas, Brake, and Clutch), and the upgraded Ferrari 599XX Evo Alcantara rim. If you were to add the TH8A shifter to that you would be right around $620 and have a complete sim racing setup for your PS console.

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Thrustmaster T500

T500

The T500 came out in January of 2011 and was initially developed for the PS3 and PC. it set the bench mark for high end driving peripherals on the PlayStation console and is still a popular wheel. This is considered a mid-priced option and is highly regarded amongst the sim racing community.

T500 Specs:

Here is what you need to know about the Thrustmaster T500:
Force Feedback and Motor:

  • 1080 degrees of rotation to 270 adjustable on the fly
  • True Force feedback
  • Belt driven force feedback mechanism
  • Wheel resoltion is 16 bits/65536 steps
  • Motor is brushed

Rim:

  • Diameter is 12 inches (30 cm)
  • Made of metal with full rubber wrap grip
  • Rim can be changed with Thrustmaster’s quick release system
  • 2 metal paddle shifters: 6.5 inches (17 cm) base mounted and static
  • 11 action buttons (2 on base) + Dpad

Pedals:

  • 3 pedal set (throttle, brake, and clutch)
  • Adjustable angle and adjustable pedal faces
  • Pedal set can be inverted from F1 to GT Style
  • Progressive brake pedal
  • Pedal resolution: 10 bits/1025 steps
  • Pedal set can be hard mounted

Mounting:

  • Mounting with a built in clamp and has pre-drilled holes for hard mount

Compatibility:

  • Compatible with PC, PS3, and PS4
  • Internal memory and upgradeable firmware
  • Not native with PS4, need to use a gamepad to navigate menus
  • Works with T3PA wide, T3PA Pro
  • Works with TH8A shifter
  • All Thrustmaster add on rims work with this base
  • Works with Logitech pedals or Fanatec pedals with an aftermarket adapter

Price:

  • The T500 is about $600
  • Warranty 1 year us and 2 years in Europe depending on region

My Opinion on the T500 for PS4:

Back in the day the T500 was a monster of a wheel and for the PS3 it was the best choice. The pedal set is really nice and I love the fact that they are invertable. The truth is though, its better days are behind it as new wheels are coming out with better features and more advanced technology. If it worked natively on the PlayStation4 I might feel a little different about it, but I just don’t think it makes alot of sense to purchase a wheel thats only partially supported. If you were primarily a PC sim racer and were looking for an option that also works on the console, then the T500 isn’t a bad choice.

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Fanatec Club Sport Wheel Base V2 (CSWV2)

Fanatec Club Sport Wheel Base V2 (CSWV2)

Release in late 2014 the Fanatec Club Sport Wheelbase V2 is one of the highest end sim racing motors you can get compatible with a console. Originally you could only get one if you had owned a previous Fanatec product, but is now available to the general public. Recently due to licensing issues Sony asked Fanatec to remove all PlayStation branding from their website, but rest assured this wheel still works on the console. This is the only wheelbase that works on PS4, Xbox One and PC when you add on the Fanatec Universal Hub. The CSWV2 starts at $600 for the wheel base only – accessories would be additional

Fanatec Club Sport Wheel V2 (CSWV2) Specs:

Here is what you need to know about the Fanatec Club Sport Wheel V2:
Force Feedback and Motor:

  • 900 degrees to 270 degrees of rotation adjustable on the fly
  • True Fore Feedback
  • Mechanism is belt driven
  • Motor is brushless
  • 16 bits of reoltion/65536 steps
  • Built in cooling system

Rim:

  • Rim diameter: 11 different rims to choose from
  • Rims are sold separately
  • Material varies per rim
  • Buttons vary per rim
  • Rims can be swapped out
  • Paddle shifters vary per rim

Pedals:

  • Pedals available: Club Sort V3 or CSR pedals – CSR not recommended
  • Pedal resolution 10 bits w/CSP V3 or 8 bits w/ all others
  • Pedals are sold separately

Mounting:

  • Hard mount only

Compatibility:

  • Compatible with the PC, PS3, PS4, and Xbox One (add Universal Hub
  • Internal memory and upgradeable firmware
  • Not native with PS4, need to use a gamepad to navigate menus
  • Works with Logitech G25, G27, or G29 pedals with an optional adapter
  • Works with Fanatec Clubsport Shifter and CSR shifter
  • Works with Fanatec Clubsport Handbrake

Price:

  • The wheelbase alone is $600
  • Warranty 2 years
  • Cheapest base package: Wheel base $600, F1 rim $180, CSR pedals $80 = $860
  • Xbox package: Wheelbase $600, Xbox One hub $400, Club Sport pedals $300 = $1300

My Opinion on the Fantec ClubSport with a PS 4:

Without a doubt this is the best racing wheel available that works on the Play Station 4, however it is super expensive and it does not function natively in the PlayStation menus. There is also a licensing rift between Fanatec and Sony and while that doesn’t effect compatibility it would make me nervous to spend this kind of money and have the wheel not be supported at a later date. The Fanatec line of products is absolutely beautiful and I would recommend checking them out espcially for PC sim racing, but if you are looking for a PlayStation option I would wait until there is further conversation between Fanatec and SOny.

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Best Recommendations For a PlayStation Steering Wheel

Of all six wheel mentioned above there are only three I would consider purchasing for racing on the PS console. All three options are extremely popular amongst PS gamers and will make for an immersive racing experience and even more so when combined with PSVR.

Thrustmaster T150 ReviewT150: Nice entry level wheel thats not gonna cost you a lot of money. Its great for casual racers or someone looking to get started and it is upgradable to add a shifter and 3 pedal set. My best recommendation is the T150 for $200 and the T3PA Wide pedal set for $100. That would make your total package around $300 for a decent wheel and a 3 pedal set.

You can read more about the Thrustmaster T150 here or read reviews on Amazon.

Logitech G29 reviewG29: Solid mid priced wheel that performs well and comes standard with a 3 pedal set and a 2 year warranty. This wheel is highly regarded among Playstation racers and Logitech has high customer support ratings. My best recommendation is the G29 for $300 and the additional Driving Force shifter for $60. That would make your total package around $360 for a decet wheel, 3 pedal set, and a 6 speed shifter.

You can read more about the Logitech G29 here or read reviews on Amazon.

Thrustmaster T300RS Integral Edition ReviewT300: Best mid priced wheel with smooth, strong, and quiet force feedback. My best recommendation is the T300 Integral edition (also called the Ferrari Alcantara Edition) for $470 which comes with the 599XX Evo Rim and the T3PA Wide pedal set and then adding the TH8A shifter for $150. That takes your total package to around $620.

You can read more about the Integral Edition here or checkout reviews on Amazon

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Jan 29, 2016

The Logitech G29 Force Feedback Racing Wheel was released in June of 2015 for the PS3, PC, and...

Thrustmaster F1 Ferrari Rim Add-On Review | $150

Thrustmaster F1 Ferrari Rim Add-On Review | $150

Jan 29, 2016

The Thrustmaster F1 Ferrari Rim Add-On was released in October of 2011 as an add on wheel rim...