Shaun Cole has gotten his hands on Fanatec’s brand new Porsche 918 RSR wheel, publishing a first-look video on his The SimPit show.
The new wheel rim is made for the CSW base and comes with full Porsche branding, is made of metal and automotiva-grade leather and comes with professional features such as a build-in LED bar, fully adjustable shift paddles and more, as listed below:
- Replica of the steering wheel used in the race version of the latest Porsche supercar: Porsche 918 RSR .
- The realistic diameter of 320 mm allows precise maneuvers and smooth driving
- Officially licensed by Porsche
- Durable construction fully made of metal
- Wheel rim made of genuine automotive grade leather.
- 11 Buttons plus two paddle shifter buttons with ultra-reliable switches
- Analog joystick to look around in the cockpit or to map with any other axis
- 7-way Encoder switch to change settings: Turn left; turn right; move left, right, up and down; push (active in Tuning menu and compatible with any PC game)
- LED bar integrated into rim to show motor RPM
- LED display to show telemetry functions. Works with several popular PC games like iRacing or rFactor
- Adjustable and detachable paddle shifters completely made of metal. Adjust position, angle, distance to rim and travel of the paddles
- Tuning functions with LED display to adjust settings independent from the game and during gameplay
- Saves up to 5 wheel set-ups
- Adjust force feedback strength during game play
- Adjust sensitivity independent from the game. Turning angle can be adjusted in the wheel from 90° to 900°
- ABS vibration in the wheel and on the (optional) ClubSport Pedals for all games
- Change the linearity in the steering axis to get the precision of a 900° wheel and the fast movement of a 270° wheel
- Add some artificial dead zone to avoid shaking on straights if needed
- Customize the force feedback sensations by changing the spring, force effects and dampening forces
The wheel rim is available for 399,95 Euros/Dollars, for more info on the new product, visit the Fanatec website.