BK_NC

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  1. BK_NC

    Show your sim rig (2016)

    Nice setup David. I'm in a bit of a similar situation. I'm using our 10'x9' spare bedroom as a full time office since I work from home full time and it also doubles as my mini man cave. I race at my desk also.
  2. BK_NC

    Need CST DIY manual

    Trust me, you don't want the "official" Todd Cannon CST DIY Plans. Waste of $12 to me when I bought them a few years ago. They are nothing like his CST Pedals he sold. You are better off Google'ing "DIY CST Pedals" and you'll find build guides of people who replicated the models he used to sell. A good one is this one: http://amosalipedals.blogspot.com/2008/09/building-set-of-load-cell-pedals.html And to answer the question about the servo arm for the pots. Todd's CST DIY guide did it like the below pics of Amos & Alison's build. He use steel ball joint rod ends on both ends of a threaded rod and the rod is attached to an aluminum block they drilled to fit the pot arm and with a slot cut underneath and then drilled through on either side so you can basically clamp the block onto the pot arm. Amos & Alison's DIY build in the link above and pics below look 10x better than Todd Canon's DIY Guide I bought. And better yet they look like actual CST pedals unlike Todd's own DIY guide. Or you could use what is called a potentiometer steering arm or steering horn like the following http://www.rcplanet.com/Dubro_Nylon_Steering_Arm_Assmbly_p/dub155.htm?gclid=Cj0KEQiAjZGnBRCOuJOUo9Xd0sUBEiQAPbicN2rpzvcc5MNETOIaqnMr__NqTo0xeNAmVBK8CBm12qsaAnEI8P8HAQ
  3. Now you just need triple monitors or a projector screen like Simul8r and Remco Hitman have and you will be set
  4. Nice job. Good looking setup Jay. I think I would have gone the PVC / Simul8r route I hadn't done this 80/20 T-Slot aluminum and wood franken-rig.
  5. I just came across this thread. Great job on the rig, Seb. Nice photography on it too.
  6. Looks amazing Simul8r. I'm officially jealous
  7. I've not built a Simul8r rig myself but I will be making a donation. I think its the least the community should do and especially if someone did benefit from all your hard work and generosity. It won't break anyone here to send a few bucks your way when you are in need especially in light of how much we all spend on our sim racing "toys" anyway.
  8. I'm really digging the stock car inspired cage design with the PVC. All you need now is some kind of paneling around it with the paint scheme and decals of your favorite driver/team and you'll really be set
  9. Great looking build. I like the redesigned shifter mount also.
  10. I really like the changes. Especially to the wheel deck. Great job as always.
  11. Looking forward to seeing your new build. I hope you will share plans for the upgraded build with us like you did the original.