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Browsing Archive: October, 2011

Fanatec CSR review. + CSR ELITE pedals and CSR shifter

Posted by Adam Flockton on Sunday, October 9, 2011,

Currently fanatec are holding a QA exclusively for GTP and wheelreviews members.

Please email all questions to me: or post here on GTP
 Here is my first ever detailed review.

  The wheel I am reviewing is the Fanatec CSR wheel as well as the CSR elite pedal set and the CSR shifter. The wheel is licensed by Turn 10 for their upcoming forza motorsport 4. 

The Wheel
The Fanatec CSR is a wheel that has a racey feel to it...
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Fanatec CSR initial impressions..

Posted by Adam Flockton on Sunday, October 9, 2011,
After a few hours of gameplay I have decided to tell you all about my experience with this wheel so far.

The first game I played on with this wheel was GT5. I have chosen GT5 for this write up as it is the game I have spent the most time on as the Forza Motorsport 3 demo is relatively untouched.

 I used Darin Gangis wheel settings (for Forza 4) but they seemed pretty good with GT5. 

Here thay are:

DRI: 3
ABS: 65

 The track I decided to go for was Nurburgring GP/F as it...
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Fanatec CSR wheel unboxing- and what to expect this week.

Posted by Adam Flockton on Saturday, October 8, 2011,

Hi just finished editing and uploading the unboxing.. sorry about the quality. Some higher quality clips are uploading and I will link them here ASAP.

Plan for the week:
Sunday- Thursday  Gameplay Videos
Friday: Review
After that more gameplay anything else you would like.

Thanks Adam.

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New Fanatec BMW GT RIM for CSW

Posted by Adam Flockton on Sunday, October 2, 2011,
Wow today Thomas revealed the  official BMW M3 GT2 rim for ClubSport Wheel and it certainly is a looker. 
The wheel has several buttons and also a rev indicator as well as an LCD display for adjusting wheel settings and so on. 
It also had an analog stick for looking around whilst racing, A dpad for navigation, which is 5 way (4 ways + press down).

This wheel may put some people in a predicament about what rim to buy.. Rest assured I am planning on reviewing both rims. :)

Here's Thomas's statemen...
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