Significantly cheaper than an actual Porsche.
The wheels can be configured with either a sequential shifter (in Auto mode) or a 6+1 speed manual gear shifter.
The system clips in to any of Fanatec’s cockpit systems and is adjustable for multiple users.
The 911 Turbo S wheel is the pinnacle of Fanatec’s line-up; it’s part of a limited run of a mere 10,000 units. Each wheel comes with a laser engraved number plate and can be registered on the 911 Wheel Club public registry.
There are currently no Australian retail prices for the products but the most exclusive edition retails for 480 Euros — and allocations are sold out until August 2009.
The wheel is also compatible with Fanatec’s range of racing cockpits; this RennSport cockpit allows a screen and speakers to be mounted around the wheel for an immersive gaming experience.
Fanatec Porsche 911 Turbo Wheel.
The force feedback–compatible wheel uses an RF dongle to connect wirelessly to a PC or PlayStation 3, while the Xbox 360 will connect natively.
Do you wish you had a Porsche, but blew all your money on a whiz-bang gaming PC? Complement it with Fanatec’s
range of replica Porsche steering wheels and accessories.
Fanatec Porsche 911 Turbo Wheel and RennSport Wheel Stand.
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