Logitech g25

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Pros: Great Force effects, Nice feel and quality workmanship. Probably the best wheel in this price range. Thomas's wheels are twice as much to get into, and less expensive wheels feel cheap by comparison. Good compromise between price and performance for the more serious simmer.

Cons: LARGE footpedal unit, Let me repeat that... LARGE footpedals... :-). Make sure you have enough room under your PC desk. Plug for shifter module hidden underneath unit, and not accessable without dismounting unit from desk top. Since it's used for some games and not others, would have preferred more easily accessed port. Otherwise a great setup.

Overall Review: Been using a Logitech Formula Force GP wheel for several years. It served me well and I have no regrets about the purchase, but it was time to get a new one and this Wheel was a perfect fit, both in quality and price.

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Logitech G25 on Xbox One

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Logitech G25 on Xbox One

Postby GTC6244 » Fri Aug 02, 2019 1:01 am

Picked up a Titan Two a couple of days ago to help with Racing Wheels and an Thrustmaster Hotas on the XB1.

The stick works as it should, but attempting to use the my old G25 on the Forza Horizon 4 doesn't seem to work out of the box the way the instructions indicate - the buttons seem to be mapped differently. Taking a look at the G37 thread below, I noted the comment about using default 10 for a given mapping (though appears to be better sensitivity, rather than base functionality), and cycling through a handful of defaults (16 of them) changes the behaviour, but none of them appear to be correct.

Has anyone had an experience with this setup - or am I doing some custom mapping?

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Re: Logitech G25 on Xbox One

Postby J2Kbr » Wed Aug 07, 2019 10:31 am

Hi, To better help you please let me know if you want convert the G25 inputs to a regular XB1 gamepad output, or if you want convert your G25 to a G902? Thank you.

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Re: Logitech G25 on Xbox One

Postby antithesis » Thu Aug 08, 2019 3:22 am

Add a micro-SD to the rear of your Titan Two, Format it in Gtuner IV > Device Configuration, then click Configure.

That'll copy some Logitech steering wheel initialisation files across to the Titan Two, which will correct the button mapping and the wheel deadzone.

Force feedback is not yet an option on Xbox One, but the wheel will work as a regular XB1 gamepad. I would love to see Logitech steering wheels fully supported on Xbox One too, but the G920 runs a custom protocol and is proving to be a tough nut to crack. Hopefully J2Kbr can work something out soon ;)

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Re: Logitech G25 on Xbox One

Postby GTC6244 » Sat Aug 17, 2019 12:59 am

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Apologies for the delay in reply - looking for whatever works for now - regular XB1 gamepad is a good start (this is for my son, who's not super picky - yet!).

I've read a few threads about the limitations of the G25 setup in general - will attempt what antithesis has suggested to see if it helps and post back.

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Re: Logitech G25 on Xbox One

Postby GTC6244 » Sat Aug 17, 2019 4:25 pm

Following the regular init with a microsd (feel a little silly for not doing this!), I'm slightly more advanced - gas/brake buttons are mapped properly, along with a few others (well, at least they respond), but the wheel doesn't work. Looks like a mapping issue still - moving the stick shift left/right actually cause slight left/right movement, though the steering wheel does nothing at all... Will attempt to disconnect the stick shift to see if it initializes differently....

Any other thoughts are appreciated!

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Logitech G25 Racing Wheel review: Logitech G25 Racing Wheel

Design
The G25 gets off to a good start when you open up its not inconsiderably-sized box because your olfactory senses are hit with the distinctive odour of leather. Sure, similar levels of delight can be derived from unpacking Logitech's cheaper Momo-branded steering wheel, but that wheel doesn't come with the G25's exquisite brushed metal paddle shifters and pedals. Close your eyes and you could almost imagine that you're behind the wheel of a Ferrari, Lamborghini or Aston Martin. And then there's also the solid, weighty feel to three separate components of the G25: steering wheel, pedals and gearshift-cum-joypad controller.

All the G25's odds and sods are connected to the steering wheel's base, including the power pack and USB cable. The connectors for all these wires reside in a cavity on the steering wheel's base. This design allows the G25's wheel unit to keep a nice and clean profile -- one impromptu reviewer even went so far as to call it "car-like" and "aerodynamic". However, we imagine that most G25 set-ups will require owners to constantly pack and unpack the steering wheel between uses, and it's here that tucking the wires into their runners is quite a pain, especially on the first few occasions.

On paper the two metre USB cable seems sufficiently long, but when we were using the G25 away from a PC it usually came up just a little bit short; we either had to move things around to accommodate the wheel or use a USB cable extender.

Features
Both the steering wheel and gearshift boxes have adjustable clamps so that they can be securely attached to a table. If you're using the G25 with a PS2 or PS3 in the living room, be prepared to do a little bit of room re-arrangement because, unlike the Logitech Driving Force Pro steering wheel, which was bundled with the PS2 and Gran Turismo 4, there's no attachment allowing you to use the G25 between your legs. Although if you have that older wheel's attachment, it works surprisingly well with the G25.

Joining the already mentioned brushed metal bits and liberal use of dead cow, the G25's other headline features are its clutch and six-speed gearbox. Like the steering wheel, the gear knob is swathed in leather and, as such, feels great in the hand. The gearbox operates in one of two modes, either as a sequential tap-up, tap-down shifter or a gated six-speed box. In six-speed mode, the gate is so poorly defined -- think of stirring a ladle through a vat of cold, day old porridge -- that selecting the wrong gear is an all too frequent occurrence.

Slip the box into sequential mode and the shifter becomes redundant; changing gears with the wheel mounted paddle shifts is not only quicker but far more pleasing too, with the paddles cool to the touch and emitting a particularly satisfying snick on engagement. Mid-corner shifts require the utmost attention, though, because with the paddles mounted to the wheel rather than the base, it's all too easy to shift down when you mean to shift up. Although none of the games that we had on hand supported the clutch, we suspect that it too, like the six-speed gate, falls into the realm of gimmickry. After all who wants to finish second because vital tenths-of-a-second were wasted clutching in and out.

Performance
Boasting 900-degrees of motion, or 2.5 turns lock-to-lock, the G25 makes a good start on its path to realism. Stepping up from other wheels, though, it takes a few races to get used to the extra steering effort required, especially in low-speed corners. Once acclimatised, the G25 rewards you with feedback that gets pretty close to the real thing -- ripple strips feel remarkably like, well, ripple strips not like an electro-mechanical gubbin that's trying to yank your arms free of their sockets.

When we mated the G25 with Gran Turismo HD Concept and Gran Turismo 5 Prologue on the PS3, we nearly fell off our seats, so giddy were we with delirium. Pick an Integra Type-R and you can feel the steering tighten up under acceleration, growing to a wink-wink-nudge-nudge hint of torque steer. Yet with a Lotus Elise, the wheel is lighter and talkative enough that you can feel when the car's rear is about to step out.

The pedals' heft allied with the carpet grabber (a studded flick-down tab) ensures that the pedals don't budge even under the hardest braking. However, a demerit point or two is earned by the whining noise made by the G25's motor. It's a trifle annoying but it's only apparent when the wheel is winding its way from lock to lock during calibration or self-centring.

So is it worth AU$500? Well, if you're a dedicated race fan and your backyard isn't conveniently situated over a large deposit of liquefied dead dinosaur then yes and no. Yes, because for many of us it will be the closest we'll get to fanging a Ferrari or GT-R around. And no, because a quick Internet search will yield a clutch of retailers selling the G25 for around AU$300. Keep in mind too that the G25 only works with PC and PlayStation (both 2 and 3) games -- a slightly out-of-date list of compatible games can be found here -- so Xbox racing fans will have to look elsewhere.

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Logitech G25

The Logitech G25 is an electronic steering wheel designed for sim racingvideo games on the PC, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3. It uses a USB interface.

Logitech G25 Racing Wheel, Gear Shifter, and 3 Pedal set with Accelerator, Brake and Clutch

Specifications[edit]

Its components are:

  • A wheel:
    • 270 mm, leather-wrapped steering wheel.
    • Range of rotation adjustable up to 900 degrees.
    • 2 force feedback motors.
    • Only one set of gears between motors and wheel, including an anti-backlash design.
    • 2 paddleshifters.
    • 2 buttons.
  • A set of stainless steel pedals, including:
  • A shifter unit:
    • 8 buttons.
    • 1 D-pad.
    • A leather knob/metal rod gear stick with a 6-speed 'H' pattern. Reverse is selected by pressing down and changing to 6th.
    • A switch to change the gear stick to a sequential up-down mode.

Compared with other wheels in its class, the G25 is at the higher end of the range with an RRP of USD $299.99 or GBP £249.99. The higher cost is due to the inclusion of a number of features often not found in cheaper wheels.

A comparable wheel is the Fanatec 911 Porsche wheel, although it does not use any metal in its exterior construction.

In 2010, the Logitech G25 was superseded with the Logitech G27 steering wheel.

Compatibility[edit]

Main article: Logitech Racing Wheels compatibility

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External links[edit]

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