i love my 500rs i need a ferreri rim, mod first please
Fanatec CSR Elite
Fanatec Porsche 911 GT3 RS
The best performer, when it worked, was my T500 RS with CSP's. But the CSP's are expensive and poorly made. What I learned from that nightmare is that with Fanatec shoddy products, you will lose as many races because of the equipment not working right as you will win with the lap time advantage that a load cell will give you. I do miss the greater throw of the pedals.
Go with a solid combo and learn to be fast wit it. I'm doing just as well with the T500 pedals as I was with the CSP's and I have yet to have a problem with the pedals. I did have a problem with the downshift double shifting but I've solved that. I do use the brake mod that comes with the set to stiffen the brake pedal and I've increased the throw of the pedals as much as I could.
I had a G25 and I would get a G27 with no reservations because that set was solid and fast. A few tweaks and you are all set.
I would not recommend any Fanatec product, obviously. I have read good things about the new wheel they have- but it just came out and no one has seen how these will last.
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Boy, I just can't recommend a G27 for rF2. I had one and loved it right up until I played rF2. It's the rattle thing. That rattle is FFB info that's not getting to your hands properly due to its force deadzone. I got a CSR non-elite and now I can feel the subtleties of minor back-and-forth forces.
wait for the ( club sport wheel from fanatec due out in june.. and get the CSP'S from fanatec....thrustmaster th8rs shifter is the way to go. sequential and 7 speed.