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Logitech drivex FX wheel

Discussion in 'Forza Motorsport 4' started by Skanner, Nov 5, 2011.

  1. Skanner

    Skanner

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    I got the Logitech drivex FX wheel.

    is there anyone that use it?

    there are some settings to make it work better?

    thx
     
  2. Hiroshi Awazu

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    You're using that on your 360?????. How?
     
  3. Péter Bártfai

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    That's the only Logitech wheel for Xbox 360 I guess, it's basically the same as the Formula Force EX on PC.

    I don't know the options in Forza 4, but you should either try lowering sensivity/linearity or use speed sensitive steering. It should also depend on what steering lock the cars have. If it's something like 13-15 you should use around 25% sensivity, if it's 20-30 then go for 10-15%.
    Speed sensitive steering is a bit more complicated, but you can experiment with that. In the first case of steering locks around 50% can be a good value for that.

    Try searching for these settings in the game's options menu. If you have both options, try each and choose whatever you like better.
     
  4. Hiroshi Awazu

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    I was under the impression that no Logitech wheel is compatible with 360 but i may be wrong.
     
  5. Péter Bártfai

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  6. Hiroshi Awazu

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    Oh my freaking G! I swear i saw one of those at a Value Village store about a month ago. I'm going back there today to see if it is the same wheel for it was only $15. Value Village is a store where you can buy second hand goods. If it is the same wheel, i'm going to buy it and try to cancel my CSR order. I'd rather put money into a new laptop anyways. Thanks for posting this for i would of never known.

    LOL! i gave you a Valentine for this:D

    Well i'm back and disappointed, the wheel is gone for it had been sold:frown:. I'm going with my original plan.
     
  7. Carl Demetrius

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    It does work with the 360 but you don't get force feedback. it does offer some resistance though and some gamers seem to be pleased with it. I tried get the DriveFX for my brother to replace his tiny madcatz wheel but gave up after getting the run around from CEX. Still interested though if anyone knows where i might be able pick one up.
     
  8. Colin Paxton

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  9. Hiroshi Awazu

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    Well Colin best "Reputable" wheel for the price but one warning if you don't know, No motors for resistance it uses the primitive "Bungie Cord" wheel centering system and i'm sure there is no FFB but i may be wrong on that part.
     
  10. Colin Paxton

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    Hi Hiroshi
    I was wondering about the bungie cord bit. I'll wait to hear what early buyers have to say. I have the Logitech DFX for the PC and playstation, I'll see if it'll work on the X-Box.....