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  2. Pictures T500RS Servo Base (WHEEL NOT INCLUDED) TH8RS Shifter
  3. Sam Maxwell Momo mod 27C 270 mm EU

    price a bit negociable!
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  5. I see! One last question I guess then.. The T300 Alcantara being priced at 390EU brings it very close to the price of the Fanatec CSL Elite PS4 basic set at 519EU which I could still go for. Seeing as I am a beginner I probably wouldn't use the clutch right away and I could always upgrade the pedals. It's just a question as I plan to use this one wheel for a prolonged amount of time and would rather not upgrade the base for a while. Is the CSL Elite base much better than T300 base? Is there anyone who maybe tried both? Does the CSL really have this annoying centering feature that ISR Review talks about? Thanks for all the help!
  6. It was the NZ elections today and my sisters birthday party, so I was pretty busy voting and then watching the election results but I still managed to spend a bit of time on the project. Designed the holes for the cable glands and printed the vent panel Installed all the cable glands Test fitted the panel in the case Heaps of airflow across the controllers Next I moved on to crimping some more of my tiny wires for the headers on the Arduino. I really like crimping header pins, they are so tiny Made some super short cables for the Sabertooth and Syren to the Arduino Plugged them in to the Arduino shield I made I also designed the lid for my box. It will have a red perspex window. I will also have some LED strips that will turn on when I turn on the power to the simulator
  7. Hey, I've asked Steve Spenceley for the pedal plate and details on the mechanism for adjustment. I also sold my CSPs and got some second hand like new HE Ultimates. We sold our house and that process started in July and we move Oct 11. The builds been on hold. I'm now almost a year behind schedule but when you throw a baby and a move into the mix that's to be expected. That said, once I move I plan to have it built asap. You like me and a few others are looking forward to seeing this thing completed. Cheers
  8. My diy 3dof motion rig & my TC-R1

    Got a button box again I rearranged keyboard and mouse pad as well...it's a lot better now: I still haven't managed to build brackets for speakers and transducers...too busy racing...all on AC. I really like that sim. There's a SimuCube ordered with HRS. That should take another 2 or 3 weeks. I'll use my Lenze with it. The new Granite firmware is public now and I've heard great things about it...should be good. Cheers
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  11. I would be willing to split if you were after the majority or a significant number of the larger items and then should be able to sell the other parts separately after. Depending on interest I would then be willing to sell individually but would be a few weeks yet. Forgot to add the pedals in the listing and now works out over £1000 off for kit that's 2 - 3 months old
  12. i dont suppose that you you would be willing to seperate any of it?
  13. Sorry for the necro, but this page is one of the best resources online for those wanting to relatively quickly and relatively cheaply "overclock" their G27 Here's my results from wheelcheck before and after installing a fan and a 31v, 2.4A power supply: The deadzone is considerably reduced (halved?) which is awesome. The speed of the wheel feels like it has increased and the strength and consistency feels better!
  14. Consistent lap times

    Thats your choice mate when Im learning a track/car combo even if I raced the car but not the track or vice versa Ill always go full on and start working by sector with no particular order. After that I try the fastest lap then fatest clean lap which as to be faster then the earlier and just then I work on being consistent multiple laps with the best time possible. And then I work on my brake modulation to get that extra tens or more.
  15. Hey guys, After playing a session in PC2 that was a lot of fun until a piece of dung bumped me out of the road, I realized that the only way for me to have some clean racing is to seek out like minded racers. Accidents will happen, but I'd like to be able to race with people who respect and accept the rules, and not bleed money on iRacing. My user name is delinramsy, send me a message and mention Project Cars 2, and I'll gladly add you to my list. Thanks for your time, guys, hope to see you on the track!
  16. I have the Thrustmaster TX, T300 GT Edition, G27, and DFGT, so I believe I'm well versed in both brands. For wheel, the TX and T300 are amazing products, and are not old at all, as they are compatible with this console generation, and tech wise are superior to anything Logitech related (brushless tech in TM vs. dual brush motors in Logitech), see which console you want to race on and get a wheel for that. You'll need an adapter no matter what for the wheel to run, be it Logitech or TM, and I highly recommend you consider getting the edition with 3 pedals instead of 2, as you'll eventually want to get something with clutches. If you only race on PC, you can get either a TM or Fanatec shifter, depending on your budget. As for stand, I got the GT Omega ART cockpit and a monitor stand. Cost me $525 all in all, but absolutely worth it. It takes a while to build the sim racing rig you want, but it's worth it in the end. I would recommend TM, as I'm actually looking to sell my G27, TM are just better right now, and I'd recommend the TX over the G920 any day of the week.
  17. Everything but the buttons work... T300RS GT

    First since your problem is completely different from jfk33's then you really should have started your own topic. As to your problem, with out more detail it's hard to say what could be wrong. My first question would be, did you make sure in game that you selected the wheel as the controller to be used?
  18. exa's video racing

    race pacific coast south cruise on board toyota supra mkiv opponents: mazda rx7 spirit ford escort mk1 lotus elise sc s1 alfa romeo 4c toyota supra mkiv mod by racedepartment https://goo.gl/hF2q7X
  19. Everything but the buttons work... T300RS GT

    I just built a PC specifically for Online Racing and only just got it all hooked up and ready to go.... I have a windows 10 PC with a T300RS. In control panel on windows the wheel is recognized and firmware up to date. Every button registers, but as soon as I start a game...nothing works. Is there something I'm missing for a first time set up of a wheel and a PC? I'm using Steam and the controller shows up there but I haven't been able to find any settings for me to put in for button assignments and don't want to screw it up. Is that all I'm missing or should it fill in the button assignments automatically?
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  21. I built and mounted the button box tonight, then spent 2hrs trying to figure out why I couldn't get the encoders to work correctly? In a problem solving process I downloaded and installed the firmware update on the USB controller board and came across the configuration utility for encoders. I then realised I had somehow gone out of sequence wiring it up leaving the encoders not connected in linked pairs... Also one of the push buttons is faulty so decided to shelve it for the night and do the repairs tomorrow.
  22. Thanks Sebj. I really enjoy designing and building stuff so it is a really fun project for me.
  23. Inspirational Richard .The Forum thrives on DIY, way to keep it alive.
  24. WTB: fanatec pedals

    No worries, sounds good. Thanks!
  25. WTB: fanatec pedals

    I will be hoing to the shipping place tomorrow and will PM you all the info... Thanks for your patience its been a busy work week.
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