180 is too short a lock for single seat cars (and I think you mean 360, 180 in each direction) . F1 cars have about 420-450ishLooks really nice. I don't like the material touch of my T500 but that leather looks awesome. And I like the GT logo.
But am I the only one here who thinks these expensive packages should come bundled with an extra formula-type wheel that could be easily swapped and would only rotate 180º. And gear-shifts H/I. Well, at least it comes with the 3-pedal set, nothing is more upsetting than a good wheel coming with a 2-pedals set.
Anyway, wish I could put my hands on a T-GT.
You only ever see this much lock at hairpins or recovering the car after a spin, watch Kimi take lowes hairpin, the wheel goes about 45 past the 180 mark. 180+45x2=450.
The F1 teams fit a special quick rack just for Monaco.
Not sure about the new wheel - it looks more like a gaming peripheral and less like a real steering wheel than other wheels.
This, not sure why people are saying things like its probably worth it or they're gonna buy it, esp when it has a main feature only useable in one game. Even if you're the most hardcore GT fan, still seams like money not well spent when there are better deals elsewhere. Fanatecs DD wheel won't be far off this price either.For the price... Not really. You can get a Fanatec set with muuuuuch better pedals and ecosystem support. :\
It’s not small. I think it’s a 30cm rim like the T500rs, slightly bigger than the t300 28cm.
Regardless of whether it's a fantastic wheel, it's not better ( or much better) than the Fanatec CSL Elite which is much cheaper, and you could get a full Fanatec set up for the price of the TGT. The price difference between the CSL and this will probably be the same price difference between this and Fantecs DD wheel. The TGT may be a fantastic wheel, but £700 fantastic? I doubt it.The wheel is fantastic, you can see the materials used, look at power supply, real power for FBB, there is only one thing does not convince me, the pedal set, is the same type of T3PA that I am using now, it's good, nothing bad to say, but a steering wheel like that deserves an outstanding pedal set, for example T3PA PRO was perfect. I don't understand why Thrustmaster did this mistake.
Anyway, wait 2-3 months, the price will go down.
It’s been posted and talked about a number of times already.Surprised nobody has posted or seen the Simracing girl review.
Basically it's just a repackaged T-GT with the added cost of a transducer on the wheel base (not sure how that's any different than vibration motors in some of the Fanatec rims and would still presumably make the wheel vibrate when it should be say the seat for bumps) which only works on GT:Sport.
Hopefully it will work in the upcoming demo so we can get feedback on how it feels but I can't imagine it will be anything more than an expensive gimmick.