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Are there any F1 wheels for the G27?

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by jibawakee, Jun 24, 2014.

  1. jibawakee

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    I currently have a g27. I really want a F1 wheel but I dont want to spend the money on a T500
     
  2. Gav Elias

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    Best option seems to be buying the SteelSeries Simraceway SRW-S1 wheel and modify to mount onto your G27 base. You can invest in quick release systems etc to be more elaborate, but you can DIY a mount for next to nothing.

    I have recently been looking at this for my G25.
     
  3. Ho3n3r

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    I had it - many buttons, yes, but very flimsy, though. It literally feels like a kiddies' toy. I would not recommend it.
     
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  5. Brian McManus

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    Would you not buy a thrustmaster ferrari f1,a quick release and and sli display to run all buttons paddels and switches.
    I am currently doing it for the fanatec csw.
     
  6. jibawakee

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    I have a SRW but how hard is it to mount?
     
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  7. Moxley6969

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  8. Gav Elias

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    I have been considering buying the SRW to mount on my G25. I am not bothered about retiring etc though. How difficult is it to remove the SRW paddles (still having full front button functionality) and mount on the Logitech base?
     
  9. Moxley6969

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    Paddle's are held in by 2 litte screw's, Just look at the pics and you'll see how it all comes apart.
     
  10. jibawakee

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  11. Brian McManus

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    You could buy a quick release and custom fit it to the thrustmaster rim .
    It would wouldnt be hard.