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Anyone got a Logitech Wingman Formula Force GP?

Discussion in 'F1 2012 - The Game' started by Gavin Scruton, Sep 29, 2012.

  1. Gavin Scruton

    Gavin Scruton

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    Hey all.

    I have a G27 wheel but it got busted the other night. Luck for me, it is still under warrantee but I have to wait a week before the new one arrives. This has made bring out my old Logitech Wingman Formula Force GP wheel. I have spent about an hour trying to get a good setup but I am battling with this old wheel. Has anyone got any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. latzky

    latzky

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    it's for my old school red wingman force feedback logitech
    screenshots from logitech profiler and in game settings
    before i fiddled with profiler i was pissed off with understeer but
    now handling is much better
    hope it helps

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  3. Gavin Scruton

    Gavin Scruton

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    Thanks man. Just mailed you.
     
  4. Arlene

    Arlene

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    Hey guys I came across this post searching for games for a wingman formula force gp I picked up at a yard sale for my son. Just something to play with until he gets serious enough to spend some real on my on a wheel. Problem is the few games I have here don't seem to work with this wheel. I don't think it's the wheel because during the set up it responds to the controls. Can you please recommend some games suitable for a 6 year old that should work with this wheel? I don't care how "hard" they are, just not violent like grand thieft auto ext. He loves 18 wheels of haulin' but for some reason I can't get the wheel to work with it?
     
  5. ENDR

    ENDR

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    This will probably get moved soon, but...

    F1 2010, 2011, 2012, GRID, DIRT 1, 2 & 3, NFS Shift 1 & 2... I could go oon and oon... Pretty much all of them have a pretty decent scale of difficulties and assists, so even a 6 year old can play and have a challenging race without the frustration of not being able to keep the car on the track.

    About the wheel itself - some games (Shift 1 and 2) don't have it on their supported wheel lists, so it's not detected immediately, but you CAN add it as something like a generic "Other wheel" option, where you have to bind every control by yourself. Aside from the inconvenience of setting it up, the wheel worked fine and I had quite a lot of fun :thumbsup: