Summary: If you are a casual Sim Racer that doesn't mind parting with $200, then this is the wheel for you. The force feedback is realistic, and the pedals look pretty high class. If you are serious about your sim racing though, you will find this setup lacking. The shifter is cheaply made, and feels it. Shifts are hard to make due to the sloppyness of the shift gates.
Summary: The G25 is a good replacement for the Logitech Momo, but not for the price difference. The Momo goes for about $100 while the G25 is over $250. It's nice, but not THAT nice. I paid that difference, but wouldn't do it again, knowing what I know now. The G25 housing is plastic. The steering gears can be felt throughout the turning of the wheel. The pedals feel good under the feet.
Not nearly as good as other reviews would have you believe
Maxwell J. Lamouria, Amazon
27 May 2008
Summary: After purchasing this wheel, I don't know why it gets so many overwhelmingly good reviews. The G25 is poorly constructed, has some design issues and didn't meet my expectations. The wheel itself consists of a plastic housing with a metal wheel. This sounds nice until you realize that the wheel and paddles are just stainless steel stampings with unfinished edges. The center button on the wheel fell off when I removed the protective film.
Summary: Well I bought the G25 six weeks ago and things went pretty well. The installation was easy, The wheel has plenty of features and the only problem I had was that my desk has a rounded top edge and this caused the wheel and the shifter to not clamp well enough to keep from rocking. The clamps on my old MOMO reached further back and didn't have this problem. But the wheel worked fine for about six weeks.
Summary: Je ne vais pas epiloguer, il y a des dizaines de tests. Mes reproches : Ca rouille un peu, alors qu'appartement sain. Boite de vitesse cheapos alors que le reste est de bonne facture. De bonnes sensations tout de meme pour cette gamme de prix. Mais je ne reprendrai pas cette marque.