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  1. Presenting our review of the GT Omega Pro Racing Simulator Supreme model. I hope you enjoy it !
  2. 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.
  3. Darin Gangi

    Playseat Challenge Review Presenting our review of the Playseat Challenge. To read more about it with some images, go here
  4. John Sabol

    iRacing Dirt Review by ISRTV

    Here it is, our very in-depth review of iRacing Dirt. Please let us know what you thought of the review and/or iRacing dirt racing. Plus if you do, you'll be entered for a chance to win a year (2 available) or 3 month (3 available) subscription to iRacing for new members, or a $25 credit (1 available) for an existing member. Please let us know in your post if you are an existing iRacing member or not. At noon est on March 21st, the giveaway will end, and six winners will be randomly selected.
  5. Facer

    CSL elite 2 pedal set

    Are there any reviews or people having experience with the fanatec csl elite 2 pedal set? I don't have the money yet to buy the 3 pedal set, so I would like to buy the 2 pedal set and upgrade later with the brake pedal mod. Maybe someone with the 3 pedal set can give some feedback on the clutch pedal to use as a brake pedal. For example comparing it to the brake pedal on the thrustmaster t3pa pedals. Cheers!
  6. Back in June, we did a first look at this motion platform. Since then, we have put it through it's paces and are ready for our Pagnian Next Level Motion platform review. The pricing of the platform is : $2800 in North America £1,695.00 British Lbs $3000 Australian Dollars If you're interested in potentially adding one to your sim racing chassis, head on over to and choosing the distributor that's closest to your location. All three locations are currently out of stock and the platform is only available for pre-order. One of the questions we get is if it can be mounted to other chassis besides the GT Ultimate. It can be done but something to consider is that it needs to be slightly elevated so the cam mechanism that’s connected to the actuators can clear the ground. If your chassis has uprights like Next Level GT Ultimate, it should fit without a problem. The main connection from the motion platform to the seat is through the adjustment rails that are found on most seats. Since June, we've tested it with Assetto Corsa, Dirt Rally, F1 2014 and 15, GP Bikes, iRacing, Live For Speed and Project Cars. In just about every title, it works great and adds another level of immersion. Some titles even more than others. Besides the slider adjustments in the Motion Systems software, you can fine tune scripts to really dial things on the way you want. I found that with most titles, you can just adjust the sliders. Now on to the Pros and Cons: Cons: Expensive - @ $2800, our first choice for that money would probably be an AccuForce wheel and a set of Heusinkveld pedals. As cool as it is, those two items would be more important to add to our sim racing setups and enhance immersion Compatible mainly with the GT Ultimate but can be adapted to other rigs. They are supposedly coming out with a new version that can be fitted to most rigs on the market. On back order - currently not in stock at any of the distributors Makes a little noise and if you live upstairs in an apartment environment, you may disturb your neighbors. This one is nit picky.. The software scroll bar is backwards.. Oval racing the lean is backwards. Would be good to have a banking setting to compensate for that lean. Pros: Plug and play Enhances your sim racing experience Compatible with just about every title on the market both old and new as well as flight sim titles Compact design Not as noisy as some other motion systems on the market Relatively affordable compared to the competition Regular updates to software to add support and enhance titles Ability to clone and create profiles for different car and track combos Software automatically adds plug ins to work with the variety of titles. Motion seems to have virtually no lag. Matches up to what you are seeing Final thoughts: This platform is better than we were expecting. It seems the company that developed it, Motion System EU does some pretty major projects and knows what they're doing on the software and hardware side of things. If you have the disposable income and are happy with your current wheel and pedal setup, this can definitely enhance your experience.
  7. Hope you enjoy my first look and review of the new Thrustmaster T3PA-Pro pedal set. Full written review is here as well: