Logitech MOMO Racing review
Logitech’s MOMO Racing is the most desirable wheel on test. Design and construction are top notch and it looks fantastic. It’s also the only one with a dedicated gear stick as well as up/down paddles. However, it’s complicated to set up and the instructions could be better. It’s not particularly clear, for example, that you lift the top plastic cover off to access two hidden clamp shafts, adding to the more obvious third clamp underneath.
We loved the ability to change the sequential shifter from the right side to the left, to match the in-game dashboard of your favourite car. Just note that it’s set quite far back, which feels a little strange at first.
Steering weight is heavy enough to give good force feedback, with jumps and understeer lightening the wheel. While some effects were strongly felt (such as crashes), others were too soft (such as rumble strips) and overall it sits behind the Saitek for realism. And like the Speed-Link, ours had problems in GTR, where the pull into the corners was too strong, making the steering sluggish and unresponsive.
Overall, it’s a competent performer, and it’s well built. But in-game action is what counts, and the Saitek’s force feedback has the edge.