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  1. This is now sold! I’m selling my RSEAT RS1 with the Pro Pedal Plate, and the RSEAT triple monitor stand. It’s in absolutely beautiful condition, and a beautiful cockpit. There’s nothing wrong with it besides a few scratches in the paint in areas that you can’t see, like under the pedal plate, and if you bought this new you’d put the same scratches in it. Everything else is spotless. Seat is actually pretty comfy for a bucket, and not very worn in. I had the rig for about 7 months. For 5 months I had a G920 wheel and pedals on it, and for the last 2 months I had a DD motor and Heusinkveld Pro Pedals. I bought the triple monitor stand expecting to upgrade to triples, but went VR. The arms are not on it but were kept wrapped in a blanket under my bed. This rig to my surprise took them like a champ with no noticeable flexing. All hardware, extra hardware, a keychain of allen wrenches, and instructions are included. I’m asking for $950 for the cockpit, pro pedal upgraded mount, and triple monitor stand. This is an absolute bargain for this cockpit. Buying this perfectly capable cockpit in great condition with many years left in its life for $950 is great, considering purchasing this cockpit and shipping it to the Continental United States will set you back $1600, so you’re saving yourself $650 which can be used towards something else like monitors or a wheel or pedal upgrade. I live near Ann Arbor, Michigan, US. I would prefer this to be picked up, although I’m willing to ship it within the US if all shipping fees are paid for plus a $50 fee for having to package everything up. Or for $50, paying for my time, I can also travel an hour in your direction to meet you to make things slightly easier, maybe two. Please PM if you’re interested in purchasing.
  2. $650 for rig and triple monitor stand, but willing to sell individually. Condition is 9.5 / 10. Like new. Located in El Segundo, CA. Local pickup only. Purchased in October 2017. Selling to upgrade to a ProSimu 5dof motion rig. Planning to use until new rig arrives in June. https://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=358-000G-00002
  3. Justheretosellmachair

    FS: Volair Sim Rig/Chair

    So I bought a volair Sim Rig last year as I was getting in to space Sims (specifically elite dangerous) but never really got around to using it. Well now the boss is demanding I do something with it. Never used, just sat in my garage. Some plates are scratched but still in good to condition. Scratches are from getting moved around a couple times. Asking $500 for the chair. I'm in the PNW so if you live in WA/OR/ID I could potentially bring the chair to you if you're serious. I'm located just north of Seattle. Otherwise the cost would have to add shipping, however that much would be. Additional pictures available upon request. Mods: I'm sorry if this is inappropriate, but I just need to sell the chair. I honestly don't plan on contributing to the community beyond selling it, so if I don't belong here I understand. I was hoping someone in this community would be interested. I am trying to sell it in local forums, OfferUp, letgo and other Sim forums but haven't had much luck. Hoping to have more luck here.
  4. Interested in purchasing a Rseat N1 or S1 or a Human Racing Rig. Thanks everyone and Happy New Year!
  5. Hi guys! So we have just finished building a new GT rig (not 100% complete as we are still waiting for the Tilton Hydraulic Pedals and a new steering wheel to arrive) So some details about the setup Running a 3DOF setup (seat mover and traction loss, 150mm actuators SCN5) Actuators are housed in a customer cylinder we have designed which reduces noise by up to 80% Accuforce steering system (still waiting for the new wheel to arrive from Ricmotech) 49" QLED 32:9 samsung monitor Frame is all hand built, rolled and welded. Sent to the powder coaters for that final finish PC is mounted underneath to make it a complete unit running the following specs Core i-7 8700k overclocked to 5.1GHz water cooled RTX 2080Ti watercooled overclocked 16Gb DDR4 4266Mhz 250Gb Samsung Pro M2 Vive Pro VR (it is epic!) All wiring is run through the steel tubing so hardly any wires exposed 5 point racing harness Genuine Racing Bucket Seat (it is tight!) Adjustable pedals (just waiting for the Ricmotech Tilton Hydraulic set to arrive) Heuksinveld Shifter and handbrake Let me know what you think to the design, any questions fire away! Also any improvements you guys would make?
  6. Hello, I am exploring interest in my Vesaro static rig, which I have used for a few years. It's in great shape, and these are very solid and great-looking cockpits. I am getting tight on space and looking at other options including F1 seating. I am sure I will sacrifice some aesthetics in changing rigs, but I'm willing if the price is right. I expect shipping to be approximately $200 within the U.S. (I am near Omaha, Nebraska for anyone that may be interested in local pick up.) I checked the Vesaro site and if I build the stage 1 static rig, and add shifter arm, it provides a price of $1,589 USD before shipping. I expect one could not get it new in the US for less than $1,900. I would be willing to part with it if I could pocket $1,300. Buyer pays shipping, and I will pack safely for the trip. Therefore, an opportunity to save about $400 off of the price of a new product. Or, make me an offer as I am still evaluating. Posting will be updated depending on interest. Thanks for reading.
  7. First off I apologize if this topic has already been discussed on the forum but I'm kinda in panic mode. I have a Obutto Revolution chassis and I just took delivery of a Asus ROG Swift PG348Q curved Ultra wide monitor. I was under the impression it would be a standard Vesa mount however when you remove the stand there seems to be a big issue. Removing the stand basically leaves a hole the monitor. There are 4 little finish style screws that are in a pattern that would work on a mount but their just tiny finish screws. Beside that, the screws are inside the recessed arrea where the factory stand installs. Does anybody have any idea what I can do to get this monitor mounted to my chassis? I've done some online research but came up empty handed. Am I missing something here? I could really use some help..Thanks everybody!
  8. Hi, I'm looking to sell my thrustmaster setup on playseat evolution alcantara. The kit includes Thrustmaster TX leather edition base (both stock steering wheel and sparco wheel included) + t3pa pedals + t8ha shifter + DimSim Handbrake + playseat evolution Alcantara edition everything is in great working condition. I'm located in bay area (millbrae), California and sorry I'm not looking to ship. $900 obo
  9. 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!
  10. hi all, quick question on rig: if you were purchasing a rig today, and you had the choice of the two of these (availability, location are what is restricting us; i'm well aware there are other rigs out there, other brands, but for the purpose of this question please help to keep it a, b, or don't know!) rigs: HumanRacing GT Chassis or the RSeat RS1 Which would you go for? In either case it would be the most up to date model you could find. Reason I mention this is that I saw a direct comparison of these, but maybe six years ago. Things may have changed since then, maybe not. Oh, and don't let price be a factor here: I'm simply interested in your opinoon if the SImRacing Gods drove up to your home, and offered you one of the two rigs, which you would appropriate from them. Thanks for any feedback!
  11. Hello everyone. My father in-law is a racing enthusiast who goes to a Porsche driving school in Alabama once a year. He has shown interest in setting up a simulator at his home, which means I will have to set up a simulator at his home. He is not very good with electronics in general and while all signs point to iRacing for the most realistic simulator / best online community, I worry he won't be able to handle the complex nature of the game. So my question is... Should I just say "screw it" and start ordering him everything he needs for iRacing, or would getting a PS4 with Assetto Corsa be the right choice for someone like him? It would give us the option of using PS4 VR which seems like a bonus. Anyway, I have searched the forums and just can't make up my mind. I was hoping a few kind souls could help "steer" me in the right direction. Thanks, in advance, for your responses. edit: He would prefer to have a game that contains the Barber Motorsports Park track which he drives every year. -P
  12. Hi all. I am hoping someone could offer some advice with an ongoing issue I am currently having. I currently use the Trak Racer RS8 rig for all my sim racing (photo attached). I love the rig but I am getting bad pains in the top left of my back during some of the longer sessions on iracing. I never had this issue with previous rigs i have owned. I can only think the issue is with the chair. By back just doesn't like it apparently! Does anyone know if I can buy a better Sparco/Recaro seat and fit it on the RS8 without too many issues? Or will I have all kinds of compatibility issues? Any advise would be greatly appreciated. Thanking you in advance.
  13. I'm considering either JCL v2 or the Sim-Lab P1, and I'm seing ~200mm difference in width and length between them. I'm roughly 1,75m tall, so added length isn't that important. But I am worried about width as I'm used to wide comfy seats. However, I'm also new to sim racing, so I have no idea how bucket seats function as I haven't sat in one. Anyone with suggestions or experiences? Is 580mm width of the P1 vs 780mm width of the JCL v2 an issue? I would think more width would allow wider/larger seats, but I could be wrong?
  14. (Best Offer) This is a sweet setup Fully compatible with almost all racing games for Playstation 4 and PC. It comes with complete cockpit that is fully adjustable in every way with seat, a like ne T300RS force feedback wheel, upgraded stiffened g27 pedals, upgraded TH8A shifter with custom cnc made plates. Shifter can be used as bump shifter (up down) or gated 6 speed with reverse. Its usually mounted at your side but I have it moved up and turned sideways as an e-brake at the moment for the Grc series. You will also get the 4 bass shakers and amp attached to the frame so you can feel contact, engine noises and rumble strips. I will also include manuals boxes and an extra shifter as well as a back up set of pedals. Any questions feel free to ask. I will also help setup if needed. Take your Racing simulation to the next level. This setup is amazing. Perfect for intro or intermediate levels. You can take it home, plug it in and drive. Best Offers will be considered.
  15. 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
  16. Rainbowchild

    Next Level F1GT owners?

    Hi there, currently I'm considering buying a Next Level F1GT but i have a few questions about it. If there is an owner of this rig who also is using the Next Level monitor stand and has triple screens mounted to it, it would be really awesome if you could post some pics of you rig. The Next Level page states that this monitor stand can hold up to 3x 27" screens but for some reason i couldnt find a single picture online showing actual triple screens attached. On all pictures there is only 1 big screen attached. I've only found 1 drawing that shows 3 rather small screens attached. (those dont look like 27") Also the position of the screen/screens seems to be quite far back. Is this true? Well, as i've said, a picture would be really nice second question: How does the underside of the seat look? Is it possible to attach a Gamer2 there? I'm not sure where else i should put it. Seems quite difficult to find a nice place for it judging by the design of the rig.
  17. Hi Guys on ISR, I wanted to share with you my custom built F1 rig based on the Mercedes AMG Petronas W06 from the 2015 season. I started this project around a year ago (May 2015) from an image I found on google of an F1 style rig made out of wood. After the idea got stuck in my head I decided to start this project with no idea how to start an no experience on building something like this but I started drawing the plans using the 2015 F1 technical regulations for the measurements and dimensions. After I was done with the drawings I made a 3D model to see how it was going to look at the end of the build and I was very exited with the result. In the meantime I was trying to figure out how I was going to build it, what materials to use, where I was going to make it (I live in a small apartment). The rig on the picture that gave me the idea was made out of wood so it was my first choice but I needed to find a woodworking shop to do it. I was lucky to find an organization in St. Louis, where I live, of woodworkers. They have a shop available to members so I joined in order to be able to use it and get some guidance from the more experience members. They recommended other methods for my project including fiber glass, but I had no experience, limited resources and no place to work with fiberglass. I stuck with my first option and started with the actual build cutting wood at the shop (September 2015). Once I had cut all the pieces, I started to put together the puzzle. Because it was made out of wood (mostly plywood) I was concerned with the structure not being strong enough. For this I used Aluminum angle strips and a lot of screws and nuts. Also, I wanted to be able to reach inside the nose of the cockpit so I decided to make the top removable. After the base structure was complete, the sanding began. This was no easy task as it took a lot of time and it made a mess out of my little apartment with carpet floors but that was not going to stop me, I had already started. For the air intake and head protection I used foam covered with all purpose putty. I fitted the pedals in a way they can move back and forwards for adjustment and the wheel is screwed in a plywood base screwed to the inside of the cockpit. I'm using the T300 RS base and pedals with the F1 rim. I finished the building stage around Thanksgiving. In December I went home for the holidays (Ecuador) and left the project on hold until I came back. The next stage was the painting. This took me a while since I only had a couple of hours every night and had to led each layer dry before applying the next one. I was lucky to find a silver paint that was very close to the Silver of the Mercedes F1 cars. I bought some Carbon Fiber stickers to use for the details of the floor and the logos I got them online. After a year since I got the idea of making this, I didn't expect it to end up so good as it did. It took a lot of work but I put so much thought into this that I didn't make many mistakes and I can be sure that it wont break apart. I wanted to feel the immersion of driving a Formula 1 car and now I do. I watched today's live show where the rig of the month was also an F1 style rig, so hopefully mine will make it there too. I hope you guys like it and maybe get some ideas for your next rig project.
  18. Jimbraj

    Pvc rig simul8r

    Selling a simul8r design 2” pvc rig that i used for a few months. Cost me around $400 to build Seat is not included but can be sourced at local junkyard Craigslist or eBay has some cheap racing seats Pick up in nj $250 obo
  19. Tyler Butler

    SOLD.

    Sold.
  20. Hello, everyone! I'm looking to get into sim racing, and found a local rig for sale, but I'm not sure what brand it is or if it's a well rated unit or not. Was hoping you guys might know what it is and what fair value might be. Photos attached. I'll be using it with a G27 setup. Thanks, in advance, for any help! -Tyson
  21. Hi All, I am moving back to uni where I wont have space for my rig so I am unfortunately selling it. It's an Obutto oZone rig with a Logitech G27 wheel, pedal and shifter set. The monitor is a 24" Asus, which is currently mounted to the rig. Everything when new came to just over £650, so now I'm looking for something around £350 for it all. There is a little bit of wear in places but the rig itself has been very well looked after and the wheel set and the monitor have been completely reliable. All were bought brand new. I'm in the South West (Devon) so I know collecting it might not be the easiest for most people, so I'm prepared to travel depending on whereabouts you are to drop it off or if you want you're welcome to pick it up too. Perfect first setup if you're into simracing on a budget. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Separately I'm also selling my SRW-S1 wheel. I've hardly ever used it since being bought new, so its in very good condition. I will sell that for £30 and will post that to you. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you, Ollie
  22. I'm looking for a Playseat F1 rig if anyone has one to sell. Located in Canda. Thanks, DC
  23. Hi All, Hope you don't mind that I share my interview with the founder and chief engineer of VR Motion Labs, LLC, a Boston based company, maker of pro level motion simulators ($25K+) specialized in VR Racing simulations. They claim that their latest product is able to simulate acceleration, de-acceleration, cornering g-force, road surface and suspension characteristics, and even vehicle traction loss. Here's the interview: http://racinginvr.com/2017/08/18/called-kinesthesia-interview-vr-motion-labs-founder-chief-engineer-r-e-moore-jr/787 I'm not their PR guy and not advertising them, I was just curious about their technology and found it interesting to talk to the founder Mr. Bob Moore, and published it on my site. Maybe you'll find it interesting, too. (I also recommend reading my other interviews with VR racing pilots.) Thanks for your time!
  24. Playseat Revolution Black Edition *LIKE NEW* I bought this playseat brand new a couple months ago online from playseat usa. for 400 shipping (came from Netherlands). 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 original box and packaging along with free iracing trial.
  25. hi all, wanted to ask around if anyone has experience with the Simetek Cockpit K2 cockpit/ rig, mounting and using DirectDrive wheels (OSW, DIY, AF or LB) on it. meaning experience with directdrive on this cockpit K2, does it wobble/ move/ sway/ flex? rigid or not rigid enough? thank you all.