Logitech’s G920 Driving Force racing wheel offers the ultimate in high-octane simulation

By | December 13, 2017

Jeff Bakalar takes Logitech’s G920 Driving Force steering wheel for a spin with Forza Motorsport 6 on Xbox One. It’s expensive, but racing enthusiasts don’t need to look any further.

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40 thoughts on “Logitech’s G920 Driving Force racing wheel offers the ultimate in high-octane simulation

  1. ITICKLEDGODZILLA

    He has no idea how to drive a manual car, does he. He doesn't have both of his feet on the gas and the clutch! Haha!

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  2. Firssen 飛竜

    This is still overpriced and old shit! Why Logitech selling same thing for 15 years?!

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  3. Random person

    I have one of these and if I’m turning one way and I turn the other way really fast it makes a grinding sound is that supposed to happen?

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  4. jorge ery

    Does it works great on Forza 7?? I mean, the clutch completely works ( doesnt work only 0 and 100% ), the H – Pattern works, etc.??

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  5. TheKHfan358over3d

    so much wrong it hurts to watch this person review the G920. I have a G29 but literally the G920 and G29 Are the EXACT same wheel with just different designs on the buttons wheel icon and and what they work on, they both work on PC (NEVER FORGET THIS DETAIL) however the only console the G920 works on is the Xbox One however the G29 can work on 2 different consoles PS3 and PS4, However on PS3 for some reason it acts like a driving force GT therefore you need an adapter for the shifter to work which is stupid because the G27 would be better as the G29 is very similar and only missing the 6 programmable buttons

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  6. Personenjäger

    And this thing "feels awesome". Itell you wat, I have a 1997 Microsoft Sidewinder and modified it to 690-700° rotation, it still had better Force Feedback than the logitech g920 and it is more than 20 years old and costs only 50 bucks max.

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  7. pimpshiza

    I just ordered the R3volution Kit and updated my Fanatec rig to the 2.5 Clubsport and v3 Inverted Pedals… thanks Jay, for helping me decide… I love your Z BTW. My first car, when I was 16, was a '74 260 Z, in flawless condition… which 2 yrs later I ended up getting Carjacked at gunpoint for. :o( .

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  8. bublik11

    8:17 those friends so stupid like my friend. He almost broke my shifter and he was yanking the wheel that the whole table was moving..i will never give him to play again!

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  9. Dez Williamson

    Take a look at Barnacules' video on his most realistic pedals. He has a Obutto R3volution too and those pedals are handable…

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  10. Donald Emery

    There is a plate for keyboard , I have a flat board, it game from a dentist office ,made of aluminum, and it does not move , it work great , I got it free .

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  11. Michael Osuchowski

    I'm looking into buying a good mario kart setup. Any suggestions. My budget is upwards of $449.99 CAD

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  12. Ryan E

    ALSO, they most likely use standard seat mounts, so you could potentially put any car seat on there.

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  13. Ryan E

    You need 5 point seatbelt, bro. Saftey first! A HANS device wouldn't hurt as well.

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  14. tnz

    That explains why you have been playing a lot of Project Cars 2 on Steam! This rig looks amazing! 🙂

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  15. Esseanes

    i used to watch all your computer videos and now i like cars to and only watch all your car related videos

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  16. Nelson Deese

    I cut off the shifter mount just above the 1st bend and it it stable and in a more realistic position.

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