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Old 08-03-02, 06:05 PM
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Dreamcast Racing/Steering Wheel

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Has anyone tried any of these? Can you recommend any of them? I don't know anything about the steering wheels-do any of them have vibration? Can you change gears with them or step on the clutch&accelerator?
Any and all info appreciated-Thanks
Old 08-04-02, 01:59 PM
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any1?!
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Sorry Cozmo, I've seen them at Pawn shops but never purchased one... I steer well enough with the joystick.
Old 08-05-02, 01:48 AM
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I have the Interact Concept 4 steering wheel. These were discontinued awhile back.

It has force feedback and has a handy mounting device to hook onto a table.

I mainly used it for Sega GT. In Sega GT, you can re-map all the buttons so that is a plus. Gear switching can be done by metal flippers mounted on steering wheel (like a ferrari). Hmm, that reminds me.. I didn't try Ferrari F355 Challenge on it.

It's pretty fun to play with, but is very hard to get used it.
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i have the mad catz mc2 can be used on your lap or a table and had a good shifter knob and it has force feedback.
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thanks for comments so far.
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Old 08-09-02, 11:51 AM
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Cozmo - get the Mad Catz MC2. I own this wheel, and it is amazing. Plus it is only going for about 19.99-29.99 depending on where you find it. My local gamestop has one, I'm not sure of the price. But the MC2 is really tight, you won't be disappointed. I did a lot of checking around before I decided on a wheel, and this is the one everyone recommended. I have to agree.
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Thanks Spanky. So far though,I've only seen it for $15+ when I have been able to find it(at ebay)

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