When I sell my g920 I’m getting t300 wheel or T150. I want the f1 wheel so maybe the t309 since it can switch wheels but I wonder if when ps5 comes out thrusmaster will have new wheels out so might be better to get lower price T150 for now. Will see. Hopefully I can sell my g920 and pedals to get at lest 200 dollars toward something PlayStation thrusmaster
Do you guys think that the PS5 will be compatible with PS4 wheels?
The t300 is a vastly superior wheel in terms of feel. I had the Ferrari 599 intrgrale package so i had the t3pa pedals and they are the only thrustmaster pedals i have used so i can only compare the wheels.How is this wheel vs the bit more expensive one t300.
There is also a second reason for that. The drive mechanism of the T150 has significantly greater internal resistance resulting in slower rotation speed and fewer details in the force feedback.So stepping down you really notice the difference. The t150 only had about half the torque of the t300 which means it rotates much slower, and that means it cannot convey the feedback as well. I really noticed that i couldn't feel when the car was losing grip as well (project cars 2). Another example, when going through a chicane you are almost pushing the wheel back to centre as you drive through with the t150, because the wheel can't rotate fast enough.
“There’s just one problem though. I’m not a fan of wheels since I don’t like the way they feel. But I’m also a bit archaic when it sim racing controls. When playing GT Sport, I use X and Square for the accelerator and brake. Steering comes via the D-pad and if I want to shift it’s the L1 and R1 buttons”
^^^ I thought I was the only one left on D-pad lol.
Reading this will make me consider upgrading to a wheel - just to find a few more seconds. Great read!
You probably don't need to be overly concerned about the durability. Nearly 3 years on it still works flawlessly and I've used it quite a bit with my PC. My son, who's now 3 (time flies since I wrote this review), has also played with it as well. He loves sitting on my lap and attempting to drive various cars. He's not exactly easy on the wheel either despite my best efforts to keep him from beating up on it and it hasn't missed a beat. The inputs are all still true to form, the clamps still hold up, and even the finish still looks pretty good even if there are a few nicks and scratches.I do have concerns about durability