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Discussion in 'Tracking & Driver Education' started by Thecadster, Dec 23, 2018.

  1. Bas Jaski

    Bas Jaski Two Time F1 World Champ

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    I've not bought it yet, I'm in the process of relocating abroad so will only do it after.

    The chassis' typically come without wheel, pedals and even without seat (pictured below). They are extremely rigid though.

    I'm going with P1 chassis, Sparco seat, Heusinkveld pedals (unsure which one, I've not tried the ultimates yet. The ''base'' version they have is very impressive already), 30nm Augury direct drive unit. Wheel itself I'm undecided over as I'm not sure if I'm going VR (oculus) or just monitors.


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  2. wda24729

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    Cool. Keep us informed on progress
     
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  3. Thecadster

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    The Simcraft team arrived this morning to begin the 2 day install. I will keep everyone updated.
     
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  4. raider1968

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    Have a blast
     
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  5. Thecadster

    Thecadster Formula Junior
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    Thanks! My “training” starts tomorrow at 12:45!
     
  6. wda24729

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    Any updates?
     
  7. Thecadster

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    Amazing. Been too busy using it to review it. I really need to put together full blown review. For now, I'll say this much, it’s exceeded my highest expectations and I consider it to be money well spent.
     
  8. HotShoe

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    Great post!!!! very helpful as I'm about to purchase my rig as well.

    I was thinking of going with the Rseat S1 though instead of the 80/20 rig. Any thoughts?

    https://rseatamerica.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=68&product_id=182
     
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  9. Bas Jaski

    Bas Jaski Two Time F1 World Champ

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    It looks great. I don't know the seat but I'm a little concerned with where the wheel goes, should be fine for a normal wheel but if you intend to use a direct drive I'm not sure if it'll flex or not. It does support the Fanatec Podium (Direct Drive) wheel so who knows.

    Well priced however. And less chance of pissing off the wife...I'm first to admit a 80/20 rig is quite erm, industrial looking:p
     
  10. HotShoe

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    Seems like it can handle it from this review.
     
  11. J. Salmon

    J. Salmon F1 Rookie
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    This was the best project I have done to date. I have had countless hours of fun. 1978 Lola T-440, accuforce wheel, HPP pedals, sequential shifter, all modded to connect to the original controls. The car can be easily converted back to race ready. Image Unavailable, Please Login


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