Fanatec Porsche GT3 RS V2 Unboxing

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djmixmac: I had this wheel for almost 2 years of light use. But it crapped out on me.   The PS/2 connector (next to the power input in the wheel) for the pedals went out rendering my pedals useless.   I'd recommend Logitech G27 Wheel as its more reliable.

Magic Unicorn: Sean or Anyone how do you know the difference between GT3RS V1 and V2? and is it any better..

HDGAMINGEVER: are the pedals separately?

Danny: How realistic is this to real life driving/racing? Taking into the force feed back, gear shifting ect?

matics28: why would you even use that crap shifter on this wheel? your better off getting the CSR shifter set, or even the thrustmaster TH8 RS shifter

vinesh ts: does the horn work??

vinesh ts: can u connect gear box of g27 to this??

Sean Čebron: No, I think that GT2 and CSR are the only two Fanatec wheels that come with a G25/G27 pedal adapter cable. Here you would need to buy it as an extra.

Steve 30x: Does the wheel come with the g25 pedal adaptor?

João Victor: the steering wheel very good but I want to buy it with no money: (

Sean Čebron: @amanrajar Back then I purchased GT3 RS V2 Clubsport edition, Shifter set and Rennsport wheel stand and it cost me about 500€.

Aman Rajar: hey bro nice work did you tell me the price of full things which you have please?

Sean Čebron: @KenwoodGT I've been using the standard shifter for a year and it isn't bad. It feels a bit plasticky and is lounder than I'd like it to be, but other than that I have no complaints - just don't expect too much from it. Clubsport one does not seem to far away, so it might be smart to wait, but on the other hand the standard shifter set costs only 30$/€ , so it won't make a huge difference if you buy it now and change your mind later. You will have to decide on your own :)

Sean Čebron: @AlphaKingsMachinima When I bought , there was a "Clubsport edition" available (GT3 RS V2 + Clubsport pedals for 320$/€), but at the moment you have to buy wheel and pedals separately due to very high demand. Fanatec sells two types of pedals. Standard are plastic and cost 50$/€ and Clubsport pedals are aluminum and cost 200€/$ (they are expensive but if you ask around, everyone will recommend you these).

AlphaKingsMachinima: Does it come with pedals?

Sean Čebron: @DuRiTo09 No, this wheel does not feature wireless connectivity, so the only way for connecting it is a USB cable that is in the box. USB dongle is for GT2 wheel (and older Turbo and Turbo S wheels), which can function wirelessly.

Sean Čebron: @Thillonoz Yup, it has the same clamp - these wheels are almost identical apart from Xbox compatibility & illuminated buttons. Thanks for watching ;)

Thillonoz: @sonac Ok thanks! I watched that video but I was worried the GT3 V2 was different :) Thanks for the fast answer btw! :) I might just order this wheel tomorrow :D And thanks for the video :)

Sean Čebron: @Thillonoz It does have a clamp. I recommend you to check out my GT2 review if you want to see how looks (in the last part of the video).

Thillonoz: Does this wheel have a table clamp for mounting it on a table or do I have to buy the ClubSport table clamp?

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Fanatec Porsche GT3 RS V2 unboxing 5 out of 5

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