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Questions About Building My Own Wheel

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by Matt Like, Jul 17, 2012.

  1. Matt Like

    Matt Like

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    I currently use the Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Wheel. My question for you all is, I also have a Real Momo racing wheel that was used in the Firestone Indy Lights Series(Indy Car feeder Series in America). Just out of curiosity, do any of you know if I would be able to get an adapter for the Xbox wheel, paddle shifters, knobs, push buttons, LED shift lights, etc..etc...? I would like to fabricate my own wheel, but I have a feeling, it would take more time and money than I wish to spend.

    Thank you all​
     
  2. William Geuze

    William Geuze

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    This is also possible, but on xbox you will have to use all the controls already available on there. As far as I know it will be not be possible to add anything extra and expect it to work on the xbox.

    If you are going to use it on the pc, there are probably more options.
     
  3. Tom Moreno

    Tom Moreno

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    On PC the MS wheel only works in win xp. They were supposedly working on win 7 drivers for it but they never came to light. If you wanted to embark on a project like this I would probably start with a different base.