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Hi there, my brother got a Thrustmaster TX 458 before this wheel he got the Formula T2 which he never got around to using since he never got the gameport to usb adapter for it. Now I would like to know if it's possible to DIY ourselves a handbrake and/or clutch using the T2's pedals, and how if it's possible. My DIY modding experience so far is, taking the TX pedals apart and adding springs they don't look much different from the T2's on the inside. So pretty much my plan so far was to get a gameport to USB, cut the T2's in half, mount 1 pedal next to or on the TX's and 1 near the steering wheel to use for a handbrake. I play my driving games on PC so I though it's as easy as it sounds but my brother likes to play Forza on the xbox so I was also wondering about if its the same for him? or I've just got it all completely wrong and need to be educated. plzhalp
Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum (Literally just created my account), I'm in the market looking to get my first racing wheel for my PC setup(So far I only play with a Xbox 360 Controller), I'm pretty much decided for the Logitech G29 with the Shifter, right now they are at a good price and I cant afford a Thrustmaster T300. My favorite games are F1 2017 and Dirt Rally, I was watching the reviews and there seems to be no problem with the F1 game however in the youtube video review they mentioned that the clutch was not recognized by the Dirt Rally game in PC. I know the video review is old so my question is if that problem has been fixed after the last couple of years. I know I could use the Shifter without the clutch but I feel there's no point doing so if what I want is the most realistic experience I can get. If the problem hasn't been fixed I'd consider getting the wheel without the shifter instead. tl:dr. Has the problem with the G29 clutch on the DIRT RALLY game for PC been fixed since the game and wheel was launched in 2015 Thanks in advanced. I look forward to being part of this community.