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Porsche 911 GT3 RS Racing Wheel (PS3/PC) Introduced

by Rainier on Dec. 2, 2008 @ 1:04 p.m. PST

This Porsche licensed wheel is crafted from genuine Alcantara leather, the same material used in a real Porsche, and features an adjustable Force Feedback Drive, fourteen buttons on the wheel rim, a three-step adjustable sensitivity level, and two additional vibration motors in the wheel.

Made for the racing games enthusiast, this Porsche Lizenz- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH licensed wheel is crafted from genuine Alcantara leather, which is the exact same material used in a real Porsche car. It features an adjustable Force Feedback Drive with a Mabuchi 550 Series motor and a smooth belt drive. With fourteen buttons on the wheel rim, a three-step adjustable sensitivity level, and two additional vibration motors in the wheel, this wired set-up is customizable to fit the preference of any racer!

Big paddle shifters made of stainless steel give you full control and you can upgrade the wheel with optional sequential or 6+1 speed shifters. The revolutionary Clubsport pedals are made of CNC machined aluminum and feature a pressure sensitive “load cell” sensor for the brake which achieves a new level of realism.

Another “world first” is the vibration motor on the brake pedal and the contactless high precision sensors for the adjustable clutch and gas pedals. To complete the package, Fanatec has a line of compatible accessories including the Clubsport Table Clamp, RennSport Wheel Stand, and the RennSport Cockpit, to name a few.

“This wheel is made for the racing enthusiast. No gimmicks and pure performance, just like the real Porsche 911 GT3 RS,” said Thomas Jackermeier, CEO, Endor AG. “You will run out of excuses with this one!”

The Porsche 911 GT3 RS Racing Wheel can now be pre-ordered for $289.95USD and is expected to ship February 15, 2009.

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