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    hi. i am going to buy a racing wheel for my pc very soon. my budget is 7.5-8k. need suggestions about the best possible wheel i can get in this budget and also where can i get it.
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    contacted rayans yesterday. not a single wheel in stock right now. need to buy from somewhere else.
    is it possible to get any budget logitech product?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddhrubo View Post
    contacted rayans yesterday. not a single wheel in stock right now. need to buy from somewhere else.
    is it possible to get any budget logitech product?
    Ei budget e maybe second hand logitech o paben na. At least 20k is needed. Instead of buying a luxury item designed for only one genre, buy a controller/gamepad/joystick
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    logitech er MOMO nam e ekta wheel chilo jetar first hand e apnar bola price er theke besh low price. but ey muhurter exact koto price n kothae gele paoa jabe sei info khuje ber krte partesi na. jdi info pai n kinar moto hoy tahole budget extend krbo.


    and i own multiple gamepads, one logitech and one 360 controller so i clearly know what i should or should not buy and why to do so.


    unless you have legit info to share n help, please don't bother to lengthen the thread

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    momo is an ancient staff. it is gone long ago. in today's market, racing wheel is a luxury item, so either go for a premium brand which is obviously way more expensive or buy those cheapest wheels which wont give you any good experience. i have a logitech formula force gt lying around the corner. currently it is biting dust for the last 3 years cause it doesnt have support in recent games.

    if you are racing enthusiast, then buy racing wheel, otherwise it is a bad investment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    momo is an ancient staff. it is gone long ago. in today's market, racing wheel is a luxury item, so either go for a premium brand which is obviously way more expensive or buy those cheapest wheels which wont give you any good experience. i have a logitech formula force gt lying around the corner. currently it is biting dust for the last 3 years cause it doesnt have support in recent games.

    if you are racing enthusiast, then buy racing wheel, otherwise it is a bad investment.
    I already told him that but he gracefully told me to oil my own rig -__-
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    I already told him that but he gracefully told me to oil my own rig -__-
    he has every right to say that. even to me. i actually didnt serve his purpose. a suggestion may not be preferred. so...

    let's not pollute his thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    momo is an ancient staff. it is gone long ago. in today's market, racing wheel is a luxury item, so either go for a premium brand which is obviously way more expensive or buy those cheapest wheels which wont give you any good experience. i have a logitech formula force gt lying around the corner. currently it is biting dust for the last 3 years cause it doesnt have support in recent games.

    if you are racing enthusiast, then buy racing wheel, otherwise it is a bad investment.
    thanks for your advice. i'm not a racing enthusiast 'yet' because i've never even tried any kind of simulation racing before in my life. all i've played is action packed arcade racing. for example if you ask about NFS, i've played anything NFS has ever released on this planet except 'shift' and 'shift 2'. why? as i said earlier, only action packed arcade!

    so i'm just trying to explore new things i haven't tried before and whenever i post anywhere on the internet asking for help, guess what i get as half of the total replies? "dont buy wheel, waste of money, get a gamepad............ dont buy, get a gamepad....... gamepad....." so thats why i said what i said to the other guy. hope he understands that i don't need advice on what i've considered and decided already.

    in a nutshell, im going to try out Project Cars, Shift 2, GRID series, DIRT series etc (though except the first one the others cant be called pure simulation). so clearly it can be seen that a gamepad won't be appreciated in the scenario.

    i saw that project cars officially supports momo so previously i didn't know that it was ancient. but really how am i supposed to know anything when everybody ever giving me info it is "gamepad.... gamepad... ga.. ga ga" ? im just sick and tired of hearing it like a broken record.

    i'm going to buy a genius wheel, use it for months and then if i like sim racing, sell the genius and buy a Logitech Driving Force GT (which is within 14-15k i've found in multiple sources unlike the other guy gave me info about second hand in 20k lol. for his kind information, g25 and g27 isn't the only thing logitech ever produced and gamers around the world used!). and if don't find myself as a sim racing lover even after all of the months i spend then i will sell the genius and also throw away the games. that's the summary.

    thanks everyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddhrubo View Post
    thanks for your advice. i'm not a racing enthusiast 'yet' because i've never even tried any kind of simulation racing before in my life. all i've played is action packed arcade racing. for example if you ask about NFS, i've played anything NFS has ever released on this planet except 'shift' and 'shift 2'. why? as i said earlier, only action packed arcade!

    so i'm just trying to explore new things i haven't tried before and whenever i post anywhere on the internet asking for help, guess what i get as half of the total replies? "dont buy wheel, waste of money, get a gamepad............ dont buy, get a gamepad....... gamepad....." so thats why i said what i said to the other guy. hope he understands that i don't need advice on what i've considered and decided already.

    in a nutshell, im going to try out Project Cars, Shift 2, GRID series, DIRT series etc (though except the first one the others cant be called pure simulation). so clearly it can be seen that a gamepad won't be appreciated in the scenario.

    i saw that project cars officially supports momo so previously i didn't know that it was ancient. but really how am i supposed to know anything when everybody ever giving me info it is "gamepad.... gamepad... ga.. ga ga" ? im just sick and tired of hearing it like a broken record.

    i'm going to buy a genius wheel, use it for months and then if i like sim racing, sell the genius and buy a Logitech Driving Force GT (which is within 14-15k i've found in multiple sources unlike the other guy gave me info about second hand in 20k lol. for his kind information, g25 and g27 isn't the only thing logitech ever produced and gamers around the world used!). and if don't find myself as a sim racing lover even after all of the months i spend then i will sell the genius and also throw away the games. that's the summary.

    thanks everyone.
    That's what I've been telling you! You won't love anything about that horrible cheap ¤¤¤¤!! Round up money and buy a real driving wheel, even if its second hand. Yes I know Logitech "made" Driving Force GT, but I also know it's discontinued iirc -_- google around. Find me other forums where the budding sim lovers like you were suggested a cheapo Genius or cheapo anything wheel. Every f-ing one will say to spend at least 200-250 dollars. That's the price I stated in facebook mr. Know it all! I was in your exact shoes 2 years ago. The only worthy sim racing game were DIRT and Shift 2 (not withstanding the online sims which are subscription based). If I owned a console and had Forza or Gran Turismo I'd buy the DFGT in a blink. Cause Forza or GT ensures me that I'll use my investment for near foreseeable future. Whereas absence of these games in PC practically diminished sim titles to a mediocore bunch. Sure you have Project CARS now. But will SMS deliver? Will they release DLCs in the future? Will they add more cars? More tracks? Will they release sequels that's what I'd like to know first before investing so much money on a LUXURY ITEM!!! And I wouldn't even look at cheapstake wheels *yuck*
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