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  1. I have the AccuForce button box, wheel, QR adapter and (2) DigiKey cables. Selling for $300 OBO shipped in the lower 48. Upgraded to a new wheel so this one is collecting dust. Center AF button does not work, but the rest of the buttons and paddle shifters work great. John
  2. Wheel with kit installed for Accuforce and QR: USD 380 + shipping (includes the original Fanatec QR and can be re-adapted as Fanatec compatible). Willing to sell separate: - Fanatec Formula Carbo USD 220 (new USD 299) + shipping - SimRacing Hardware Fanatec/Accuforce coversion kit USD 80 (new GBP 95) + shipping 6 months old! Always used with gloves and cleaned with Momo brush. The Ferrari logo can be removed (I did not sand off the Fanatec logo behind) . Please let me know if you prefer without it. Local pick-up in Chicago or shipped at buyer's cost US Cont only (must be fully insured with tracking# and signature at delivery). All in the original boxes. My ebay account rikirk66. Happy to answer to any serious inquiry.
  3. Forza Motorsport 7 Support is now available in Sim Commander 4! Make sure you are logged into Sim Commander and the update will begin to download. After you install, go to Control Center, then click "Auto Discover" and if Forza has been installed, it will be detected! Here's detailed instructions on how to enable it and transform your Forza Motorsport 7 experience. http://simxperience.com/Portals/0/Files/Support/Sim Commander Manual Lap Tuning.pdf Let us know what you think about it in the comments.
  4. Upgrading to a Heusinkveld handbrake so I have this one up for sale, includes the USB adapter which I bought 2 months ago for £40 when I swapped to HE Pro pedals. Has 7 months warranty still on the handbrake too and I’ve used it for maybe 2hrs, got it for Dirt Rally but haven’t got around to playing it properly yet on anything other than a controller. Also includes a Sim Lab aluminium mounting plate which is brand new and unused normally €15. Price is £110 incl. delivery. Next is an Accuforce angle mount, brand new and only tested on the old rig as I got a new one shortly after buying the Accuforce which has built in angle adjustment. Sold Everything includes all original packaging.
  5. Fanatec Clubsport Pedals V3 + Damper Kit More pictures and info on eBay listing: https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fanatec-Clubsport-Pedals-V3-Damper-Kit/173168719773?hash=item2851a8f79d:g:V7oAAOSwWktai1Jy Will sell on here for £350 incl. next day insured delivery (its’s £26 regardless because of cover costs for expensive item) Removed Q1R from LMP rim and switched to Accuforce so this is now going spare. £55 incl. delivery Accuforce Angle mount, upgraded to Sim-Lab P1 rig which has it’s own angle mount capabilities therefore I don’t need this anymore. Basically brand new, only 2.5 months old and used for about 15hrs pictured on old rig and currently in original shipping box. £40 incl. delivery.
  6. Accuforce Button box and paddle shifters on a Momo Mod 30 with the Accuforce Quick Release. Great condition. $350.00 includes shipping in the U.S. paypal.
  7. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VisionRacer VR3 : Mk 2.5 Update February 2017 The "Breeze Simulator" Update January 2017 Latest Bluetooth wheels: Update January 2017 New VR sim rig room with padded walls for injury avoidance with Touch games! Update June 2016 C7 Daytona Prototype and upgraded Accuforce wheel with bluetooth Update April 2016 Hydraulic Handbrake and SimXperience Accuforce Wheel Update October 2015 Short throw projector added with 110" screen to compliment VR. Also upgraded to a Gigabyte GeForce 980TI G1 6GB card and upgrade the T500 to an Accuforce. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VisionRacer VR3 : Mk 2 Update April 2015 Gone completely VR. PC is on an AV trolly with locking wheels, monitor can be swung closer or tilted while seated. Monitor switches off and activates Virtual Desktop automatically when the DK2 is turned on, gyroscope mouse is then used instead of the mouse and keyboard which is now only used as a backup Total of 6 Aura shakers for SimVibe chassis and extensions mode, 1 under pedals (extensions), 2 at each side of the pedals (chassis), 2 under seat (chassis), 1 on back of seat (extensions) VR3 wheel brace kit which will provide additional strength for the Accuforce Two SMSL amps, these two drive the chassis shakers, there's an additional amp along with a USB sound card for the extensions shakers under the seat Modified the pedal plate to allow for the additional shakers using perforated stainless steel It was a military operation hiding all the wires and making it all look neat and tidy. The AV trolly can be separated from the rig in one easy step by simply detaching 3 cables. The idea is that I can move the AV trolly around to play other Rift games. I also plan on having a projector added to the top of the cart for movies and possibly a super FOV setup. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VisionRacer VR3 : Mk 1 My MOMO VisionRacer VR3 rig with removed center support post, pretty pleased with the results so far all things considered, what do you think? Updates November 2014 (Click images to enlarge) Vision Racer VR3 Black Edition and with a Wheel Mount Brace Kit (previously strengthened with a removed center support post mod) Accuforce Steering (previously a T500RS) HPP Hydraulic Pedals - slanted 2 pedal version (previously T500 pedals with Bodin load cell) TH8RS with custom 4" hybrid knob from Product Innovations and custom TH8RS Shifter Extension from BasherBoards MOMO Mod 88 320mm wheel, MOMO Team 280mm wheel ASUS VE278Q 27" monitors with DIY hood made from display foam SimRacing Hardware Tachometer with working shift light indicator DSD FVSII R12 Black Edition button box, hard mounted to a ram mount RAM-B-107-1 Mount-it monitor mount x2 Computer Desk Aura Shakers x3 connected to a SMSL SA-98E Digital Amplifier, 100W/Channel (4 ohms) SimVibe in extensions mode connected to MOBO soundcard - 1 shaker under the pedals, 2 shakers under the seat wired in series Behringer UCA202 Audio Interface - USB soundcard used for delivering sound to speakers and supports optical out Sony DAV IS50 5.1 with speakers attached to rig PC Antec P280 Gaming Case Intel Core i7-3770K (OC at 4.4Ghz) 8 GB DDR3-1600 Gigabyte GeForce 980TI G1 6GB (OC 1.5GHz) - previously a XFX 7970HD - 3GB (OC 1Ghz) Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UP4 TH 1000 Watt - PSU 180 GB Intel 520 SSD June 15 2013 Mount-it! MI-1401 - used as a keyboard holder, works perfectly Perixx PERIBOARD-409U, Mini Keyboard - light, small and slim with a great quality feel to the keys Cup holder!! - BoatMates Cruisin Caddy, spray painted black and added foam to the inside to prevent rattling from Simvibe GI Max Display - perfect for peripheral vision to see what gear you are in. Sony PS3 Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Headset - great value and works perfectly on PC and PS3 July 23 2013 Custom Sam Maxwell wheel plate with sequential paddle shifters (at least 60%-70% quieter than the stock paddles) August 16 2013 John Bodin loadcell mod August 25 2013 Blue Lounge CB-01-BL CableBox x2 September 23 2013 Big Brake Pedal December 6 2013 Custom TH8RS Shifter Extension from BasherBoards FMOD Inline Crossover 200 Hz Low Pass RCA Hood extensions added underneath the side monitors Mouse platform mounted underneath button box February 18 2014 MOMO Team 280mm wheel Goal Zero Luna USB LED Stick Light illuminates the shaker amp volume controls February 24 2014 TH8RS rubber band mod making the sequential shifter nice and stiff MOMO decals Steering wheel hub adapter/spacer (this spacer allows you to add the momo horn to the DSD adapter) MOMO 40mm screw kit April 2014 350mm deep dish steering wheel Slim quick release x4 SRW S1 MOMO 3D decals, 36mm for horn cap SMSL SA-98E Digital Amplifier, 100W/Channel (4 ohms) and smallest amp I've ever seen! May 2014 MOMO replica wheel plate with JC24 controller June 2014 Sequential shifter gate 4 point harness September 2014 MOMO mod 88 carbon fiber wheel plate with SLI display and paddle shifters HPP Hydraulic Pedals - slanted 2 pedal version October 2014 Sparco cut top wheel - with stainless steel paddles and mini DSD board November 2014 DK2 AV Cart September 2015 BenQ HT1085ST 1080p 3D Short Throw Projector Projector Mount 110" Elite Projector Screen November 2015 Gigabyte GeForce 980TI G1 6GB NRG quick release December 2015 Accuforce Steering 2x DIY Quick Release 1 Mounting Bracket 250Gb Samsung SSD April 2016 Hydraulic Handbrake May 2016 Oculus Rift CV1 Archive Photos
  8. snyper1972

    PC build

    Hi, I looking at having a PC built with the following and wondered if anyone had an opinion. I am newish to this and decided to jump in head first. I am going from a PS4 Pro, Thrustmaster 300, playseat setup to something more robust. I just bought the accuforce V2 and next week the Fanatac V3 Inverted pedals. This is my PC build(I saw an existing one online and added to it). I want it VR ready with the capability of lasting several years without having to start over. I think it may be overkill but I really have no idea. Hopefully there will be no conflicts with the hardware. Intel Core i7-8700K CPU ASUS MAXIMUS X Hero Motherboard G Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB RAM NXZT s340 elite Case EVGA - SuperNOVA G2 750W 80+ Gold Certified Kraken X62 Samsung - 960 PRO 512GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive ASUS NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1080TI STRIX Seagate 4TB Barracuda hard drive Thoughts?
  9. Hello hello! New to the forums and really new to the whole sim hobby in general. I've done about two months of research hmmm'ing and haaa'ing about my purchases and I think I have come to a final decision and I would love to get your folks opinions. A little background about myself and my driving experience. As mentioned I am new to sim rigs but certainly not new to playing simulators. I have been playing a variety of racing simulators (with a game paddle like a scrub) for a long time. More importantly I have some real world track experience in my personal project car, a 1999 Honda civic making just shy of 400whp with pretty much every chassis, braking and suspension mod one could want for a civic (photos attached). I take it to your standard weekend warrior lapping days, and have my fun with it. The reason I mention this stuff is I'd love for some peoples input on wether my proposed setup will meet the demands of a semi serious, semi casual gamer/racer looking to get serious into iRacing and competitive online sim racing. The following is what I have planned: Fanatec Clubsport Wheel Base v2.5 Fanatec Clubsport Pedals V3 /w Performance Kit Fanatec Sequential v1.5 Shifter Fanatec Hydraulic Ebrake Fanatec XBOX One/PC Universal Hub /w Suede Fanatec Wheel (Already Purchased) FT Omega Ultimate Rig /w screen adapter /w keyboard adapter /w wheel desk plate Total: $3800 CDN approximately My biggest dilemma in my setup was choosing between going with an Accuforce V2 "direct drive" setup or the fanatec system. Does anyone who has extensively used both provide some insight on wether the difference is "worth" (subjectively) the $1000 CDN price difference? My other question is about another potential full setup that I can pick up used. Someone somewhat locally to me is selling a ProSimu T1000 2Motion GS-4 Seat - (Commercial version with stronger components and anodized black) Fanatec Clubsport Wheel base V2 Fanatec Clubsport Wheel Universal Hub Fanatec Clubsport Wheel Rim - GT Fanatec Clubsport Shifter SQ v1.5 Fanatec Clubsport Pedal V2 TrackIR Pro - for head tracking all for a total of $4500 CDN. My second question is would I be better off from experience going with a static rig with all brand new and current components, or take advantage of the extreme discounted price of the ProSimU and rare GS-4 seat that I would otherwise not be able to afford. If you couldn't tell my my car, I am all about buying quality parts, and tend to go "balls deep" into my hobbies skipping many of the introductory market points or entry level products but I do however like to get the absolute best bang for my buck. Too many choices, but it's all very exciting and I am looking forward to peoples input. I think I am running out of YouTube videos out there unfortunately lol. Thanks in advance!
  10. Hello all.New Accuforce user here. Must say I'm enjoying and learning a lot tinkering with the SC4 settings in my favorite sims, particularly AMS and rfactor2. In reading the Mockracer tutorial and other posts, I have seen referenced "Max Vehicle Steering Force" under Game FFB effect. However, when I expand Game FFB on my profiles, there is "Enable Dynamic Force Boost", but there is no option visible for "Max Vehicle Steering Force". Has that feature been removed from SC or am I missing something?Thank you.Alan
  11. I am new to sim racing and am looking to buy a OSW setup. I need help choosing which components to get. I am looking at the premade simuCUBE kits available from simracingbay and would like to know which one you guys recommend. I have read that going with the 30NM is pointless as you can't reach its peak potential. Please help me choose a motor, psu and drive.
  12. KaanCiftci

    Accuforce Pro for sale

    Hi I am selling a good as new Simexperience Accuforce Pro steering wheel and base. The unit had been purchased first hand from simexperience, and hasn't been used more than 2 hours. It is in perfect condition as it was the first day it was received, I just realised I am not that into simracing after aquiring the wheel. The going price is 1000$ including shipping. DM me for further info.
  13. Selling my SimXperience Stage 3 Simulator as a complete "turnkey" system. Ordered October 2014, but did not arrive until 2015. It's all in great condition, and works perfectly. At this time I'd like to sell it as a complete system but will consider splitting it up eventually should it not find a home. Here is a quick rundown of all of the parts that are included: SimXperience Stage 3 motion rig with rear traction loss ($5200 new) Sparco EVO FIA cert seat and side mounts ($800 new can be used in a real car as well) SimXperience SE Edition of Mini ButtKicker LFE bass shaker ($100 new) Heusinkveld Pro Sim Pedals with baseplate: Throttle/brake/clutch with baseplate and custom Ricomotech pedal inversion frame that I adapted to allow the clutch and brake to hang from the "dash" and throttle on the floor just like in a Porsche. (Would cost $900 new for all the parts not including my time to build it) SimXperience Accuforce V1 Wheel includes original slip ring, and spare slip ring parts as well (Paid $1700 new but I realize it is worth about half this since the V2 came out) Custom PC (sorry forgot to take a picture will update this post with one): i7-3770, 8GB DDR3, MSI 970 GTX, 256GB Crucial SSD, Thermaltake Smart M 850W 80+ Bronze Semi-Modular PSU all in a NZXT Guardian 921 RB running Windows 7 TV: Seiki SE50UY04 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD 120Hz LED TV with wall mount arm. Will do does 4K or true 120hz @ 1080p (Cost over $500 new) VR: Oculus Rift *Asking $5999 buyer must come pick up from my house in CT* All cables etc are included. I have all the original boxes and manuals and spare parts etc for just about everything but I am not going to even think about packing it up and shipping it. Please contact me for my email address, phone number to discuss further. Happy to answer any questions but please serious buyers only. Pictures: SOLD
  14. marcello173

    Accuforce

    i am trying to sale this 3 month old wheel is you are interest i am in pa welcome to pick or shipping this is is perfect working is you need more info you can emale me at [email protected] this is the pro version wheel included $1450.00
  15. Scott Dick

    Accuforce for sale

    I have a like new Accuforce for sale. I recieved it in September and I decided I'm not that tech savvy to use it. It is in perfect condition.. I will sell for 1700.00 US includes shipping. Sorry I will only sell in the US. Text Scott at 513-520-5535 Its awesome but over my skill level. I live in Cincinnati, Ohio
  16. SOLD: Used LED / Digital Data Display - Renovatio SRD-9C (Series One) Works great and comes with original packaging, USB-cable, manuals and software CD. Shown with optional mounting plate - for mounting on the AccuForce or OSW-Mige (small-mige, pre-drilled); the plate is removable and may be adaptable to other wheel-bases. SOLD
  17. I have a like new Steering wheel rim from my Accuforce. It's only been used for about 2 weeks. Perfect condition. Will sell for $75 shipped to USA only. Text me at 513-520-5535 Thanks Scott
  18. I have a Momo mod27 270mm brand new never used or drilled any questions send me a message $200 shipping included
  19. ECCI 6000 steering wheel and 3 pedal set. Excellent condition (see photos). $xyz firm. Will not separate at this stage. Local pickup from San Francisco. THanks Matt
  20. The SimXperience AccuForce (any model) is in stock and available for immediate shipping. Orders should ship within 24 hours, Monday through Friday. If you order on the weekend, it should ship by Monday. No more batches, no more waiting except for processing and shipping transit times. If you are near our shop in Canal Fulton, Ohio, you can even come pick it up! Also included with the AccuForce is our industry changing SimVibe Tactile feedback software. If you already own SimVibe, you will get an $89 discount (Pro Model Only) applied against the price of the AccuForce Pro. Make sure to log in to our site with the same account you purchased SimVibe with and the discount will be automatically applied. Pricing for AccuForce models are: AccuForce Pro = $1748.00 (SimVibe owners pay $1659.00) AccuForce Standard = $1299.00 AccuForce DIY = $999.00 *Shipping not included Don’t forget to purchase an angled mounting bracket if your sim racing chassis requires it. We sell them for $44.99. We also have the Momo Mod 30 for sale and they are 100% compatible with the AccuForce. They are available for $229.95 To check out the AccuForce or purchase one, go HERE. *Limit One Per Customer* If you have any questions about the AccuForce or for commercial and volume orders, please email us at [email protected]
  21. Hi fellows, I got my Accuforce pro and I’ve been trying to set it up for Reiza’s AMS but have run into some problems: 1 1) When I try to configure it on CONTROLS option I don’t find the correct feature that makes the steering wheel go to full travel (in AMS) by just me turning the physical steering wheel 90 degrees to either side. Currently I have to turn the physical steering wheel like 450 degrees to either side so that the steering wheel in the software travels fully to the respective side I’m turning. 2 2) The second problem is that when I’m driving, when I turn a little bit to either side the physical steering wheel produces torque to the side I’m turning. The center is the dead zone but when I turn it slightly to either side the problem occurs as described. Additionaly the problem I have with my pedals is that when I configure them in the CONTROLS option and when playing, the software starts to detect the inputs (throttle, brake or clutch) at about 1/3 of the travel of either pedal. It should detect the input right from the start of the travel. My pedals are Thrustmaster T3PA Pro with Bodnar cable and Bodinhausen T500 RS adapter. This configuration makes the pedals work as standalone equipment connected directly to the PC (the Thrustmaster servo base is not needed). For this problem I’m thinking about connecting the pedals to my TX wheel and connect that to the PC (since AMS can recognize multiple joysticks) but I don’t know if having two wheels connected may cause an interference issue. Is there any workaround or solution to these problems? P.S. I have no problem at all in iRacing, even with the standalone solution for the pedal set.
  22. Custom 310mm steering wheel up for sale, this wheel is built like a tank and is perfect for IndyCar and a DD wheel. I Bought this from a Mark Crooks and its a great wheel however I run oval mostly and have bought a max papis wheel modded by sam maxwell so its time for this one to guy.PM or you can text me at 5138864421$365 price includes: 310mm wheel MOMO style button plate DSD micro 32 USB controller, 2 on/off/on toggle switches, 10 push buttons Stephen Spenceley aluminum paddle shifter kit 1" steel spacer AF quick release. Free shipping anywhere in the US $300(without AF quick release)
  23. I'm looking at either buying an accuforce wheel or fanatec v2 wheel and oculas rift. Which would provide a better sim racing experiance? I liked the idea of the oculas since I can keep my triple monitors on my desk rather than losing them by mounting them to my heusinkveld cockpit. Also does anyone know if the Oculas rift cord is fairly long since I want to put my cockpit near my desk and plug it into my desk computer.
  24. Hi fellows, Do you know the minimum wattage capacity of a regulator for the Accuforce Pro? Or, How much power does the Accuforce Pro consume? I can’t find that info anywhere. Thanks
  25. Hi Friends, Sorry I haven't been around for a long time! I had a baby and had to give up the room and my setup to keep my wife happy and our baby alive. Anyways I'm back and I ready for another crack. I first started with a G27 and a PS3 with a PlaySeat with a metal bar between my legs. It was the worst cockpit ever! I bought it from someone local second hand and never sat in it before I paid him. It really did put me off sim racing or should I say racing games. A few years later (2012 I think) I was walking past a shop that had a GTUltimate V2 setup with a Thrustmaster T500 with GT5. I loved how the cockpit had no metal bar between my legs and it was easy enough to get in and out of. I also loved the steering wheel, the lad in the store said he loved playing iRacing online, I had never seen it before and thought - It can't be any good if its not on Steam LOL. I ended up buying GTUltimate v2, Thrustmaster T300, TH8rs, Fanatec CS v2 Pedals, Butt Kicker Gamer 2 and 3 27" monitors and eventually loaded up iRacing. I soon took to it and loved it. I only completed 18 races before I had to sell it all to make room for our daughter, I'd spent most of my time practicing and practicing and it paid off, not in the first few races because of nerves but after that I got in tune with my car and had full muscle memory and was pushing up the field. I never reached any real mile stones but it was enough for me to think I will come back to it one day and give it another crack. So now in 2016 we have Virtual Reality headsets. I have the HTC Vive, its amazing! I could go on and on about how much I love it but I wont. I've seen a few people using them on YouTube with sim racing. They talk about how good it is to just look to your left and right and see if a car is next to you or to even look into corners better. I tried Project Cars with my Vive and I though it was cool but found the sun beaming into the car terrible and some things would flicker and be distracting. Also I found the size of the cockpit all messed up. I tried playing with setting but I could never find a setting I liked. I thought driving from behind the car was cool. Also I was using a XBOX 360 controller to drive since I have no sim setup. I've tried the Oculus Rift CV1 and I think the pixel density is slightly better in the middle, i think this is because its a narrower field of view because they are using the same spec OLED display. Should I look to get the Rift if I want iRacing & VR? I don't see any support for the Vive on iRacing website? I see people are talking about OSW and AccuForce steering wheel bases. I saw a sick video of a lad rally driving and drifting with the Accuforce saying its amazing and it looked like it was performing how a real wheel would in that situation whereas my T300 never performed like that allowing it to find its home and take control again etc. I would love something like this. I've always had my eye on the Fanatec stuff. I was able to edge into the market for the CS v2 pedals at $379 Australian but now the v3 pedals are $549. They look even better and I still have a soft spot for them - I loved the 2-Stage clutch actuation. The CS v2 pedals shaved like 5 seconds off my lap times. After that purchase I was inspired and flying down the rabbit hole in search of better equipment and was lining up to buy a load of Derek Spears Design gear (Button Boxes, Shiter, Brake, Pedals), the recon was done! I had even purchased some old dash and interior from a wrecked Nissan Skyline r33 and was starting to build it all into a full on rig with gauges and switches. Then the our daughter was born and I just didnt have the time and space. But now I have a new house and 4 bedrooms so plenty of room for VR and Sim Racing. I'm thinking the following. I listed 1st, 2nd, 3rd preference for things. Please tell me if I'm missing something or should look at something else. Dont forget I'm also in Australia so something may be hard to get. Like anything overseas that costs more than $1,000 Aud is going to cop import tax and 10% GST, unless there is a work around lol. Cockpit - 1st: Playseat Sensation Pro, 2nd: GTUltimate Wheel Base - 1st: AccuForce, 2nd: OSW 3rd: Fanatec CS v2 Pedals - 1st: Derek Speares Design, Fanatec CS v3 Shifter - 1st: Fanatec SQ 1.5, 2nd: DSD Sq, Brake - 1st: Fanatec, 2nd: DSD Button Box - Simple button box for launching game, it has to be easy to find when I have the VR headset on. This is another reason why the Viv is good because of the camera on the front allowing you to see without taking the HMD off. Monitors - 1st: HTC Vive, 2nd: Oculus Rift, 3rd: Ultrawide Sound - I have Logitech z906 5.1 and Headphones Vibration - I'm thinking SimVibe software and something better than the buttkicker gamer 2. It was forever stopping and doing random things but when it worked I was happy. I really want quality vibration. I like the Playseat because it looks more sturdy and looks to have good adjustment so my short and tall friends can use it too without me cracking out the shifters. I tried a local made motion sim by Simworx and I wasn't too impressed with it. I dont know if they had the motion dialed up, but It put me off racing altogether and all I could think was when should I stop driving so I don't offend them and also how it made my driving worse. I think there static rigs were fine and they did say that some people love them some people prefer just static with vibration and I think I'm the later for sure. Also I don't know how it would go with using a VR headset and also my daughter my get a finger caught. I don't know exactly my budget but I guess something will have to be sacrificed somewhere because everything at retail is going to be hard to hide from my wife LOL. Also just got to give a shout out to Darin Gangi last time I was on here he helped me a few times and I appreciate that he had the time to share some knowledge with me, a newbie to the sim world. Also Avenga76 gave me a hand too and he not to far from me over in NZ. Both were great and saved me hours of messing around. Hope this makes sense. Will share pictures and videos as I get the gear in hand and installed. At this stage I'm thinking iRacing, PC and Dirt Rally as my sims of choice for the sim rig. Thank you all for your time, Cheers! *********Here is a photo from the old setup I sold. Also noticed it was only 2014 when I sold the gear. It was like new when I sold it! Such a waste!*******