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I am moving and have to sell my beloved rig. Figured I'd post it here first, as this was the community that really inspired me to build this in the first place. Located in San Diego, willing to ship anything at buyer's expense. Here is a link to my build thread The triple projectors throw a large immersive picture, with none of the fuss of warping software, so it is easy to turn off the lights and lose yourself in a race. Feel free to ask any questions. Here is a rundown of most of the setup: ***SOLD*** SimXperience Stage IV 3DOF w/ Rear Traction Loss SimXperience Diamond-plated Floorboard Corbeau FX1 Racing Seat Real racing harness w/ quick release Derek Spears Track Boss Button Controller Logitech Z-5500 THX 5.1 surround speakers and subwoofer Logitech G930 7.1 Wireless Gaming Headset XPand 3D Gaming Glasses 8” Touch Screen 2 x Buttkicker Gamer 2 with the additional remotes to adjust on the fly Derek Spears Sequential Shifter Accuforce v.1 on Accuforce height bracket with Q1R quick release base Wheel Momo Mod30 with Q1R 70mm quick release, always used with gloves ($150) Pedals HPP 2 Pedal PRX-SE with heel plate, pedal edge guide plates, extra springs, and accessories (you can add a clutch to this setup) ($625) Custom Triple Projector Setup (open to offers) 3 X Vivitek Qumi Q2 pocket projectors Custom 80/20 bracket with 6 Fotomate macro adjusters and display adapters Custom hard surface triple projection screen wrapped in black felt I can take more photos if needed.
Hi guys, for sale Thrustmaster's: T3PA Pro Pedals - $140 TH8A Shifter - $110 [SOLD] OmegaGT Complete Stand - $120 (i modified gear shifter mount a bit, made it lower) Free shipping. Thanks (seat and wheel controller not for sale 🙂)
PHV-66 posted a topic in Getting Started In Sim RacingHi everyone ! I've been looking at this blog for quite some time now. I've been playing Gran Turismo for about 20 years now and I'm now ready to make the "big jump" : switching to PC and getting some "real" sim gear. I've gone through some of the threads and I have a few questions left, and was wondering if some of you could help me a bit. Basically my questions are mostly on pedals, as I think that's going to be my first investment. - First, is the ability to move the pedals right-left / closer-farther important? I've already played on fixed pedals and was wondering if that's important, and a performance improver at all. - For those who race with Heusinkveld / BJ Steel pedals / others, which distance do you set between throttle and brake? - Overall, what should I be careful about when choosing one set of pedals over another ? And what would you recommend? (I'm on the $700-1000 budget basically) PS : I've asked the same questions to the Simracing subreddit, but I'd like as much of different opinions as I can get. :) Thanks a lot!!!