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Re: Forza With A Wheel

Post by Dektra on Sat Jun 23, 2012 12:11 am

Can someone please lock this thread....

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Re: Forza With A Wheel

Post by Sleuth 101 on Sat Jun 23, 2012 3:23 am

After several re reads can understand that my last 3 lines on my first post could be taken as 'having a go' or provocative, maybe I could of worded my post better, my apologies, it was not my intent to 'be little' or 'take away' others acomplishments with using a controller, I still use one myself for different races, it was stated that it was my opinion and it was based on my experiences with using both.

I look forward to the comperative that Reaper finds with his wheel and controller and acknowledge 'lap times' can be as fast, in fact have a few PB's with a wheel myself but what really interests me is if the consistency would be there if he were to use the wheel over a full series with decent horse power cars, ie V8's, some GT's ect ect and how that would compare? I think that would be more of an accurate comparison under racing conditions rather than chasing hot lap times?

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Re: Forza With A Wheel

Post by Envy The Best on Sat Jun 23, 2012 8:15 am

Sir Waffelz wrote:yeah but does it go "do do do do do, di da do do do do do, di da dum da dum du da, dum da dum da da da da do..." ??!!??




....its in 3D?
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Re: Forza With A Wheel

Post by sillybilly77 on Sat Jun 23, 2012 8:43 am

epic thread. driver

I use wheel and controller for forza:
- I grab the controller if I only have a small amount of time, use it to buy cars and upgrade them and do initial tuning setup and shakedown runs. And to mess about with decals in paint section.

- I drag out the wheel setup when I have more time to dedicate for a "proper" session of racing.

I think the controller is physically easier but then less involving and less fun. I can't drift with the controller, I need the wheel for any drift runs like the June VIP rivals thing.

As far as the converter for the logitec - I think I saw on the interwebs somewhere that it was only supporting rumble feedback and there may be some lag... doesn't sound so good.

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Re: Forza With A Wheel

Post by Sly Dux on Sat Jun 23, 2012 10:18 am

Rinkly wrote:I got an extention on mine, it dosn't make me quick
but it feel's more cumfortuble in my hand's. finger
Ha ha dirty old man rinkly ha ha.
If you mean the ps3 sticks envy you can get them on ebay 6 for like 4 bucks or something. And the screwdriver to pull your controller apart. Get the big ones but the little ones suck Smile
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Re: Forza With A Wheel

Post by Rinkly on Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:11 am

SUCK YA way to go Razz
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Re: Forza With A Wheel

Post by NoRecoil on Sat Jun 23, 2012 2:53 pm

Thread locked - A big sorry to C0R3Y858.

This can be a sensitive topic as you can see


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