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Jason187781 posted a topic in Sim Racing Rigs / CockpitHi All, I have been under the radar now for months busy beavering away on a Motion simulator that works with Next Gen consoles and PC. Well I am over the moon to be able to say I have done it! I am now putting myself out there for the world to see and answer as many questions as I can with a view to making these available as soon as possible. I'm not interested in being the next bill gates, rather I want to build and sell these as my day job and make it possible for everyone to enjoy one. This is my ( in progress ) website: http://www.caniseng.com/ And my all important Indygogo for funding setup: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/motion-simulator-for-next-generation-consoles/x/13814348#/ Thanks again Jason
Lasagna Smoothie posted a topic in Sim Gear - Buy and SellHi, I have a Pagnian V2 motion platform up for sale. I purchased this platform directly from Pagnian about nine months ago. Since I acquired it, it's been used very lightly - only about an hour or two a week and sometimes not at all. It works perfectly and everything that came with it is included. Documentation, buttkicker attachment, side panels, cables, original packaging, etc. It's in near flawless condition with some very minor cosmetic wear on the very top of the platform where you bolt the seat to it. I paid $3,000 for the platform and I'm happy to consider any reasonable offers. It's a fantastic platform and I couldn't be more pleased with its performance, but I've found that with my busy life I simply don't get around to using it enough to justify keeping it around. I'm willing to offer free shipping within the lower 48 United States. I'm happy to ship anywhere in the world, however, anyone purchasing from outside the United States will have to pay the cost of shipping. However, I'm willing to work with buyers to find the best possible shipping rates. For anyone outside the U.S. interested in getting a sense on how much it may cost to ship, here's some info on the size and weight of the package: Boxed Dimensions: 49 X 48 X 21 CM Boxed Weight: 24 KG My address: Wolfeboro, NH 03894 United States One other bit of info: Some of you may be aware of this, but RSEAT sells adapters that allows this motion platform to be bolted directly into both their R1 and N1 cockpits. Also, PLAYSEAT sells an adapter that allows it to be bolted into their Evolution cockpit. Additionally, with a drill and a little creativity you should be able to mount pretty much any bottom mounted racing seat to this platform. For instance, in the video below, rather than the standard Pagnian seat, I have a Sparco R333 mounted on the platform. I managed this by purchasing an NRG universal seat slider, drilling new holes in the slider to accommodate the Sparco mounting holes, and then bolting the slider and seat to the platform. A bit of a hassle, but very doable. Here's a few photos of the platform: Here's a list of compatible titles: (They frequently add new titles.) Racing games by dedicated plug-ins (connector): American Truck Simulator Assetto Corsa Automobilista BeamNG.drive Copa Petrobras de Marcas DiRT 3 (also from Steam) DiRT Showdown (also from Steam) DiRT Rally (also from Steam) DiRT Rally VR Euro Truck Simulator 2 F1 2011 (also from Steam) F1 2012 (also from Steam) F1 2013 (also from Steam) F1 2014 (also from Steam) F1 2015 (also from Steam) F1 2016 (also from Steam) Formula Truck 2013 Game Stock Car 2012 Game Stock Car Extreme 2013 GP-Bikes (beta 6c+) GRID GRID 2 (also from Steam) GRID Autosport (also from Steam) GT Legends GTR2 iRacing Kart Racing Pro (beta 14c+) Live For Speed MX Bikes Project CARS (also from Steam) Richard Burns Rally Race 07 family (from Steam) RaceRoom Racing Experience (from Steam) rFactor 1 rFactor 2 (build 880+) The Crew World Racing Series WRC 4 (not all versions are supported, the one from Steam works) Flight Simulators by dedicated plug-ins (connector): Aerofly FS2 Condor DCS World 1.x DCS World 2.x OpenAlpha Falcon 4.0 Falcon 4.0 BMS Flight Simulator X (also Steam edition) IL2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover (from Steam) Prepar3D X-Plane 10 X-Plane 11 *Please note Next Level Racing® Platform Manager Software also includes “direct input controller” feature meaning it can read movements from your joystick or flight yoke and control the platform simultaneously giving you virtually compatibility with every title such as Elite Dangerous, Star Citizen etc. Other by dedicated plug-ins (connector): NoLimits 2 Roller Coaster Simulator 220.127.116.11+ WarThunder (only airplanes) By DirectInput/ Force Feedback interface: Many games that use DirectInput interface (and optionally ForceFeedback interface) to interact with joystick or steering wheel. Finally a video of the platform in action: (Pardon my poor driving, I'm using a wireless xbox controller from off screen.) Thanks for looking, and don't hesitate to let me know if you're interested - or if you have any questions. Thanks! (Please note, you may hear a bit of squeaking in the video below. That' not from the motion platform but rather from the seat mounting hardware. I could never pin down exactly where in the mounting hardware the sound was coming from, but I think there is perhaps some flex in the seat sliders that cause them to creak a bit. The platform itself is silent aside from the sound of the actuators and cooling fans.)