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Product Description

PXN V9 900 degree PC racing wheel suitable for simulator drive games

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Kindly Note:

1. When you use the V9 steering wheel for key value setting, you need mapping the steering wheel in the game, if you set the V9 key value on itself, the key value can't be saved

2. Due to the most PS3 game haven't support paddles, when you use V9 connect to PS3, the paddles will not be used (the racing game on PS3 platform don't need paddles), if you like the paddles, play games on PC is recommended

3. The audio communication function is disabled on PS3 platform

4. Press down the operation gear to shift to 6th and enter reverse gear mode

6 in 1 Racing Wheel Play in Almost Devices for PC/PS3/PS4/XBOX NOE/XBOX360/SWITCH

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Key Features

  • USB wired connection
  • With clutch, gearbox shift
  • V9 assist tool for configuration
  • Physical button to shift handbrake and gear
  • One button to shift 270 degree and 900 degree
  • Accelerator, pressure sensitive brake, and clutch pedals
  • Built-in dual vibration motor to provide realistic gaming experience
  • Compatible with PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Switch 6 in 1 racing wheel

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