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  1. tbazsi95

    tbazsi95's videos

    I started a new topic because the previous topic name was bad and I wanted change topic name but I couldn't :S My YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/tbazsi95 Sometimes I make a onboard videos, live or recorded. I love simracing! If you like my videos, subscribe to my channel Best Onboard videos: GoPro Hero3 Silver Edition - G1 Kart Center - Highlights - Helmet Cam - 2013.10.25 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OA-9B7rqBMw BMW M3 E92 - Drifting - Eurospeedway http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiqsPO359O0
  2. Link to Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVgbqTRqDME A video on the car I feel to be one of the best sounding Lemans cars ever created, Enjoy!
  3. Moving to Japan later this year. Plan is to either put the rig in long term storage or sell it. Designed and built this system in August, 2016. Over $10,000 invested (receipts to prove it) in this RS 1 based racing rig primarily designed to run Assetto Corsa. Assetto Corsa easily runs at max graphics performance in 4K with no lag and at over 120fps across 3 Sony 43” 4K Displays. $4500 or best offer Motivated to sell, and willing to entertain offers, but please don't lowball, I'm not desperate to dump this system. MUST PICK UP IN PERSON (Los Angeles, 91344) Custom Made Windows 10 PC - Spared no expense with this hardcore machine Intel i7 3.5GHZ 6-Core CPU MSI LGA X99A Godlike Gaming Carbon High Performance Motherboard and Chipset 64GB RAM 500GB SSD Storage Corsair Case, Water Cooling and 850W Power Unit Dual GeForce GTX 1080 FTW Video Cards LG High Speed BlueRay Player and Burner LED Lighting Racing Rig RSEAT RS1 Special Edition Assetto Corsa Branded Racing Seat and Heavy Duty Tube Steel Frame Triple Monitor Stand Heavy Duty Tube Steel Frame 3x 43” Sony 4K TVs (Model Number 43X830C) Thurstmaster T500RS Force Feedback Steering Wheel and Pedal Set Thrustmaster TH8A Stick Shifter Spare Ferrari F1 Steering Wheel G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 Gaming Keyboard Logitech G502 Gaming Mouse Butt Kicker Force Feedback Under Seat 7.1 Surround Sound System (Polk, Boston Acoustic, Logitech Speakers, Sony Sub)
  4. Monitor is being sold with my alienware computer. Therefore without the monitor, I ask for 350.
  5. Moussa awada

    SOLD

    Hello im selling my osw by sim-plicity sw20, barely used, easy connect, great motor, plz dm me if your a serious buyer. Included are SW series Control Unit MiGE 130ST-M10010 with 10,000 ppr encoder 3 metre motor power cable 3 metre motor encoder cable Emergency Stop unit with 3 metre cable 2x 2 metre USB Data Cables Motor Shaft to Steering Wheel Adapter An adjustable motor mount Location specific Power Cable 1-to-1 "Software Configuration Session" (1 hour) to setup up the wheel, walk you through the system and answer any questions you may have 2 year warranty from sim-plicity
  6. it is not that hard to embed or link the different VR with racing simulator setup with oculusVR, can anyone help me in this? I bought racing simulator setup from a website (mentioned below). and the VR i got from that machine is not actually very perfect, I need more good quality VR which should have Nvedia graphics card with CPU of i5 or i7 if possible also should have around 8GB of RAM but I doubt all these are available on any of the VR, also I doubt can I link this VR with me machine? https://www.ollantapresidente.pe/product/vr-professional-car-racing-simulator-rig-full-motion-real-force-sale-cockpit/
  7. I'm selling this bundle I have created as I can no longer use it due to work commitments. Since the build I have used it once..I know!!! I would HEAVILY suggest collecting this in person as it's still already built and can be time consuming to rebuild, it's also very very heavy being a 2 man lift (based in the south of the UK, England) I have all of the original boxes to supply with the unit itself. This bundle includes; 1 x Thrustmaster TX Base (RRP: £229.00) 1 x Ferrari 599 FFXK Wheel Addon (RRP: £149.00) 1 x Wheel Stand Pro (RRP: £145.00) 1 x Thrustmaster VG T3PA-PRO 3-Pedal Add-On Set (BUILT IN THE INVERTED POSITION BUT EASY TO CHANGE)(RRP: £129.00) £575 ALL IN - NOTHING TO BE SOLD SEPERATLEY! (£77.00 SAVING, AND IT'S BRAND NEW!!) This is a great bundle for anyone wanting to get into racing at home, or have an interest in racing simulators. Great with Forza/AC!
  8. Hey guys, I have a complete plug and play setup for xbox one. its a thrustmaster tx base, the 599xxevo alcantara wheel, t3pa pro pedals and the thrustmaster shifter. located in Georgia. looking to sell it all together but willing to separate. open to offers! buyer pays shipping
  9. After exploring many motorsport disciplines (rallycross, circuit racing, hillclimbs, rally, autocross = slalom, karting,) I think I found the type of motorsport that suits me, it is fun and not so expensive. And you can drift You can also do hillclimbs, slalom or go to the karting track with this small and fast vehicle (320Kg, 124 HP) It is my 2nd season in this cup, where everybody must use the same chassis, tires, wheels, fuel, suspension, brakes, and max. 600cc 4-cylinder engine. 1st race of the season 2017 We had got problems with engine and damaged suspension so we are happy that we finished the race...
  10. Selling two wheels, ferarri rim and T300rs, amd pedals. This works for PlayStation and PC. Barely used and in mint condition. Everything together will be 400. Just the ferarri rim will be $150 and the T300rs with pedals is $300. For more information please email [email protected] **DOES NOT come with gaming chair**
  11. For sale I have a great condition suede style racing seat that can easily be mounted to an 80/20 chassis with the included slider. Buyer pays shipping which will be expensive due to size. PM me your pricing offers.
  12. For sale I have a complete Fanatec racing simulator with Obutto racing cockpit, compatible with pc, xbox one and ps4 race simulator gaming. All equipment is in "like new" condition, have been lightly used. Still have original boxes for everything except the cockpit and monitor.Obutto R3volution Gaming cockpit-Excellent condition, racing seat is mint. All bolts and accessories included. Was purchased new for $899.99 + shipping.Fanatec clubsport wheel base v2 - $499.95Fanatec CSL steering wheel p1 (for xbox one) - $89.95Fanatec clubsport steering wheel formula black - $199.95Fanatec clubsport pedals v3 - $329.95Fanatec clubsport shifter sq v1.5 - $199.95Dell U2713HMt 27" LED widescreen monitor (discontinued) - $250I want to sell the simulator and cockpit, everything together, not willing to part out. I spent over $2,500 for this set up brand new. Everything is working and in excellent condition. Obutto cockpit is currently on back order. I will let everything go for $1500 obo. This is a steal. Everything is like new.Local pick up in South Florida only. Will not ship. Cash only.Text or call 786 546 6503
  13. Hello, thank you for checking out my "How to" on building my simrig! I have attached zip files for you to download that have all the information needed for every single piece to build the rig, along with plans, sections, and elevations with some dimensions for reference. I will try to explain how I chose to go about assembling it below. - Attachments are at the bottom of this post, after the pictures. **** I strongly encourage you to take time and familiarize yourself with all of the information given before you begin construction. **** A few pieces of the build will require you to take some of your own dimensions to have it work best with all of your equipment. Refer to the "Piece Tickets.pdf". - For example, you will need to take specific dimensions of the monitor you decide to use. These will be very important in determining where the cutouts will be located for the monitor and front speakers, and how large they will need to be. **** If you have any questions about anything or see that I have left out something needed to build the rig, please send me a message or reply to this topic and I will do my best to explain anything you need. I would suggest that you reply to this topic, that way if anyone else has the same question they can get an answer just by following the posts. If you decide to build my rig, I would greatly appreciate it if you could add a picture of your finished build to this topic. I am very interested to see how you will make it your own, and if you decide to make any modifications to it. Feel free to change anything you would like about the build, I have only given information for how to build my rig exactly. - If you would like to play computer games on it, I currently do not have it designed with that in mind. If you wanted to though, a simple solution would be to put your computer inside the large panel that you use to access the back of the monitor & front speakers, Depending on how large the monitor is you use, it should be able to fit inside well. I would suggest that your computer has a good cooling system in it though, because it could get quite warm being enclosed in a small area. Key things to pay attention to: 1. All of my dimensions given are based on using 5/8" thick wood. If you use any thickness other than 5/8", many dimensions will be slightly off which will cause problems with pieces lining up correctly. If you use a different thickness of wood, you will need to add/subtract the difference it makes in all pieces that would be affected. 2. I used a 32" LG monitor. I would assume you could go up to a 36", but I have not verified that, and it would still depend on the overall dimensions of the monitor, and front speakers. You will need to reference dimensions given and make sure the monitor and speakers you choose will fit inside the designated areas for them. 3. Plan out ahead of time how you plan to finish the rig off. Whether you decide to add material, paint it, stain it, etc. You should figure that out before assembling the pieces so you know how hard it will be to finish off once fully built, or how much prep work you will need to do before assembling. 4. The plans I have designed were for my own personal preference, using a Fanatec CSR Elite wheel, Fanatec CSR Elite Pedals, and Fanatec CSR Shifter Set. Please review the dimensions given and figure out if they will work well with your equipment of choice, and personal preferences. Certain dimensions were not provided (such as location of the seat, etc.) because you should determine that for where you would like it yourself. 5. I have not provided information on how to attach all of the pieces together, I used screws. - First I drilled a pilot hole, then recessed it some so when I drilled in the screw, it would not stick out from the wood. I also did not use any backup support to drill into, I just lined the pieces up and drilled directly into the ends. If you do this as well, make sure you are very careful when drilling your pilot holes and make sure you are going through the wood as close as possible to the center of the 5/8" thickness. If you are off by too much, the screw will end up coming through the side of a piece, or cause the wood to split and not hold the screw in place. If you choose to add extra wood backing so you have a wider area to drill into, you should be able to cut small pieces from the left over 4' x 8' sheets of wood. *** Plan out what you will do before starting construction. 6. IMPORTANT: I did not build this rig with plans for it to be easily taken apart or transported. When fully built it is too large to fit through typical doorways. Make sure that where you build it is where you are going to plan on keeping it, because you will not be able to get it out of its location unless it is disassembled. 7. You will probably want to run all the wiring for the speakers before you close in certain areas of the rig. Once it is fully assembled, it will be difficult to run certain wiring, such as the rear left surround speaker. I also would encourage you to make sure you use something to hold the wiring in place in certain areas, so if you disconnect a wire it can't fall down through a hole pass through, and be near impossible to get back out. 8. (I will add more to the list as I think of them, or are brought to my attention) I hope I have given enough information for you to complete the build as easily as possible. Some of my ticketing for the pieces and layout may be confusing though. I tried to fit everything including the dimensions onto the size of a typical sheet of paper so you can print them out and follow along without needing a computer by your side the entire time you are laying out and cutting the pieces. - Please print out all of the tickets, and use a highlighter to check off dimensions and pieces as you know they have been drawn and then cut. Thank you very much for your interest in my rig, and building it for yourself. I became inspired to build/design this rig from seeing other peoples amazing creations on this site, and I hope that I have been able to inspire you in some way to build your own rig. It really is rewarding and almost as fun as actually racing in it once you're done the build....almost. Ha. Happy Racing!!! Material required for build: (8) ---- Sheets of 8' x 4' x 5/8" wood. (8) ---- Hinges for door panels. (5) ---- Knobs/Door pulls for door panels. (1,000,000...jk) ---- Screws. Recommended tools: - Circular Saw - Jigsaw - Drill - Sander - Measuring Tape - Level - Router (for recessing holes on shifter mount) ****Please download all attachments. They are all required in order to have all information needed to cut the pieces, and build the rig. Good luck! STEP 1: BASE - P-14, (2) P-15 Hold P-15 pieces 5/8" in from the edges of piece P-14 STEP 2: BASE - (3) P-16 STEP 3: LEFT SIDE (BOTTOM) - P-1, P-2, P-3, P-4, P-5, P-6, (1) P-7, (1) P-8, (1) P-9 STEP 4: RIGHT SIDE (BOTTOM) - (1) P-7. (1) P-8, (1) P-9, P-10, P-11, P-12, P-13 I placed the amp for my transducer on piece P-10. If you choose to use an amp with transducer, this is where I would recommend you also placing the amp as it is easy to reach with your right hand. Dimensions and cutouts will need to be taken for your personal placement. You will also need to have a cutout somewhere near the rear of piece P-10 for the speaker wire to run though, to the transducer located under your seat. STEP 5: ATTACH SIDES TO BOTTOM Attach the assembled sides from Steps 3 and 4, to the bottom of the rig from Step 1 STEP 6: MONITOR STAND - P-17, P-18, (2) P-19 Pieces P-18 and (2) P-19 can be modified depending on how you choose to support your monitor. If you extend them to the back of piece P-17, and widen piece P-18, you can probably place a computer on it as well as the monitor. STEP 7: MONITOR PANEL - P-20, (2) P-21, (2) P-22 Attach pieces (2) P-21 & (2) P-22 to piece P-20 before installing piece P-20. All cutouts on P-20 will need to be determined by you based on monitor size & speaker choice. Piece sizes for (2) P-21 & (2) P-22 will be determined by monitor cutout on P-20. STEP 8: FRONT SPEAKER STANDS & SIDE SUPPORTS - (4) P-42, (2) P-43, (2) P-41 Dimensions will need to be taken. Heights and widths depend on your monitor and speaker choice, and cutout locations on piece P-20. Piece P-41 is added to help pieces P-32 & P-33 together. STEP 9: SIDES (TOP)- P-32, P-33 Piece P-32 goes above piece P-1 from Step 3. Piece P-33 goes above piece P-13 from Step 4. STEP 10: CEILING, CENTER CHANNEL & LIGHT OPENING - P-23, (2) P-24, (2) P-25, P-26, P-27, (2) P-28 Attach all pieces needed to piece P-23 before installing P-23. Verify ahead of time that your center channel speaker will fit on the base designed to hold it. STEP 11: DIVIDERS - (2) P-29, P-30, P-31 STEP 12: BACK PANEL W DOORS - P-37, (2) P-38 Hinges required to attach pieces P-38. STEP 13: FRONT PANEL W DOORS - P-34, P-35, P-36 Hinges required to attach pieces P-35 & P-36. The opening at the bottom left of piece P-34 is where I have the surge protector located. All electronics should be plugged into it, then you can run just the one power cord from the surge protector out to a wall outlet. STEP 14: ROOF W DOOR - P-39, P-40 Hinges required to attach piece P-40. STEP 15: REVERSE MOUNT PEDAL STAND - (2) P-44, P-45, P-46, P-47 Stand is optional STEP 16: BASE FOR SEAT - (2) P-54, (2) P-55 Location and height should be determined by you. (I'm missing the pictures, I will update when I find them.) STEP 17: MOUNT FOR SHIFTERS - (2) P-48, P-49, P-50, P-51, P-52, P-53 Shifter Mount is optional. Cutting the metal rods that were included with your Fanatec CSR Shifter Set will be required. The length of the metal rods, and depth/specific location of the recessed holes in the wood will need to be determined by you. If you choose to use a different shifter other than the Fanatec CSR Shifter Set, this mount will not work. FINISHED! SIMRIG "EXPLODED" VIEW (I'm missing the picture, I'll update when I find it) ****Please download all attachments. They are all required in order to have all information needed to cut the pieces, and build the rig. Good luck! The most important attachments are the "Layout Tickets" & "Piece Tickets" MBoyerRig-2dPlans.zip Piece Tickets.pdf Layout Tickets.pdf MBoyerRig-PieceMarkPictures.zip
  14. http://cmsracing.com/champion/forums/mnrl-league-discussion-area-tues-103/1974-porsche-iroc-ams-series-details-car-selection-32341/
  15. Hello SIM racers, I'de like to leave a Basic/mid-range racing rig setup under $1500. Cockpit: Playseat Revolution, Logitech G29, PS4 1TB, 42" TV 1080p, 5.1 Channel Speakers, PVC mat... yes, we can lower the price tag under the $1000 mark on refurbished/second-hand SIM racing equipment. (for those who interested in looking for). So, let me know your likes or dislikes. All the best! Greetings.
  16. Hi all I was looking to buy a prebuilt PC for Iracing and I just cant find one at a reasonable price range. Can someone give me suggestions on which pc's will work well with iracing preferably under 500$ maybe a little bit more. I would also like it to have HDMI compatibility because i plan to plug it into my TV and play. PS: I don't want a PC that I have to build because the price range for me is just a little to high.
  17. exacting

    exa's video racing

    hi everyone, My YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/eXa1979 Sometimes I make a onboard videos, live or recorded. I love simracing! If you like my videos, please subscribe to my channel
  18. 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!
  19. Colin St. Jean

    Thoughts on PC2 for Simulation

    Hey Guys, Before I purchase PC2 I would like some clarification on what people think about it for simulation, I know they just created new lobbies for more serious racers. It is quite pricey and I could always return it in the steam store but talking to people is always best. Any input is greatly appreciated. Looking forward to seeing you on the track
  20. YGames

    Electric power!!!

  21. Im seeing if I can get some interest in these racing/flight/space sim switch and button panels. They are made from arcade grade buttons and are detected on PC as a generic USB game controller. I made one for myself and a few extra for friends and family. I tested and used them with games such as Euro Truck 2 and space sims such as E:D and SC. They should work with any racing game that allows custom input from controllers and what not. Here is a link to the eBay (Only sending to Australia ATM but might be ITNL in the future) page where I am selling mine for $75 if anyone is interested: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Custom-LED-Switch-Button-Panel-Box-PC-USB-Flight-Racing-Space-Simulator-Game-A-/322718054278?hash=item4b237eb786:g:c28AAOSwx3NZYy3q And some pictures:
  22. Dynamic Professional Racing is an Endurance/Sprint Sim Racing Group dedicated to bringing an authentic and fun experiance for racers on Project Cars for PS4 and Xbox who love Sports Car based racing ranging from Le Mans Prototypes to Grand Touring Racers. We are all about enjoying the thrills of this spectrum while having a hardcore sim experiance at the same time. We follow many real life rules while implementing our own for realism and a well balanced fun factor. If you want to join in on the fun, just ask to join! Just be clean, respectful, and remember above all else to enjoy the experiance. We race on Friday and Saturday Evenings from 4PM-8PM Eastern Time. Times are the estimated start times of said sessions including Practice, Qualifying, and the Race. Races range anywhere from 45 Minutes to a Full Fledged 6 Hours. DPR is intended to be based on a Yearly 4 Season System. In each Season, there are 6-10 Races. Since there are 52 Weeks in a Year, that gives room for 52 Races per Year. DPR intends to use multiple series throughout its lifespan. The Current Goal is to have 1 Series on Friday (Sprint: 30 Minute Practice, 15-20 Minute Qualifying and 30 Minute Races), and a Saturday Series (Endurance: 30 Minute Practice, 20-30 Minute Qualifying, and 45 Minutes to 6 Hour Races). While there would be 13 Weeks per season, The days in which are not registered for a Series Race are held as either a Break Day or a Special Events. Special Events may include the 240 Minutes of Le Mans, the Sahlen 6 Hours at the Glen, The Indianapolis 500m and the Daytona 24hr upon release of Project Cars 2 The Main Series to run on Saturday evenings is the Virtual World Sports Car Series. VWSCS is a LMP2 and GT3/E based series that mixes the elements of ELMS, Tudor, and WEC into one package. This series is meant as a Virtual Replacement for the FIA WEC. Tracks may include Le Mans, Spa, Watkins Glen, Sakitto, and Much More. For every season that WSCS is hosted, the Tracks swap up a little keeping some old Staple Races while adding new ones for a refreshing season. The Amateur Series to run on Friday eveings is one to follow a Similar track list as WSCS, based on the Continental Tyre Sports Car Challenge, it uses the GT4 and GT5 (G40 Cup Car) Classes. The idea is much like WSCS, however Races are shorter and less demanding. This is a good place for Amateurs to start Sprint/Endurance Racing. Especially in the GT5 Car. If you’re interested at all, just give a shout in our Discord channel. Click here for Discord It’s meant to be a serious challenge with a strong fun factor. Also, if you have any questions, feel free to ask them as well. My PSN is EvokingVapors, Thank you for your interest and hope to see you on the track!
  23. Samuel_zr1

    GTR Sim Rig - Opinions

    Thinking about buying the GTR Simulator. Seems like a fair price considering it comes with seat slider and shifter. What do you guys think? I game on Xbox 1 with Thrustmaster TX and T3PA Pedals. Are they compatible? thanks
  24. Playseat Revolution Black Edition *LIKE NEW* 289 + Shipping _ West Coast USA I bought this playseat brand new a couple months ago online from playseat usa. for over 400 shipped (came from Netherlands). I can prove time of purchase also. I recently just got a job promotion and have to move states. Because I am pressed for time I am looking to get rid of a lot of bigger items I have so I can move quickly and with fewer headaches. My loss your gain. *Does NOT come with wheel or pedals* Comes with orginal boxes, literature, allen key, seat, all metal components, and free iracing trial that came with the seat I haven't opened yet.