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  1. pawelmilner

    For Sale USB Rev Counter

    USB Rev Counter with light indicator $50 email me at [email protected]
  2. I collected a couple of these in anticipation of going the OSW route, but they are now surplus to requirements.They normally cost €25 + €17 shipping = €42 (plus currency conversion) from Fanatec.I'll sell them for £20 each including shipping. PayPal F&F Gift payment to avoid fees.Have one, have both, have neither. The choice is yours! Stock photo: Fanatec product page:https://www.fanatec.com/eu-en/sim-racing-hardware-accessories/clubsport-usb-adapter-eu.htmlClubSport USB AdapterModel: CS USBSeries: ClubSportPCFull compatibilityConnect your Fanatec devices via USB to your PC to make it compatible to almost any modern racing simulation.ClubSport ShifterUse Fanatec peripherals like your ClubSport Shifter (CSS or CSS SQ) with your Logitech G27 or Thrustmaster T500RS or any other wheel on PC.ClubSport HandbrakeThe ClubSport Handbrake requires connection to a Fanatec product with dedicated handbrake port by default. With this adapter you can use it as standalone device on PC.Features Use your ClubSport Shifter with any racing wheel on PC (supports sequential and h-pattern mode) Operate the ClubSport Handbrake without another Fanatec product with handbrake port add USB functionality to analog Fanatec Pedals Upgradable firmware Enables 7th gear on all wheels (not only if connected to CSW) CompatibilityControllers: ClubSport Shifter ClubSport Shifter SQ ClubSport Handbrake CSL Elite Pedals (analog pedals without CSL Elite Pedals Loadcell Kit) Games: Most PC racing games which support multiple input devices. Example: Assetto Corsa,iRacing, rFactor2, Project CARS and many more! Special Notes If operated with the ClubSport Handbrake or analog pedals, the device needs to be updated with a different firmware. Therefore, please enter the driver menu, navigate to the update tab, click on "Update USB Adapter Firmware", select your mode and hit "start update". To calibrate the shifter you need to run the calibration program in the driver on PC Don't eat yellow snow (just checking to see if anyone has read this far) What's included USB Adapter My eternal thanks
  3. Hello again, Today I have a brand new SRM (sim racing machines) USB and quick release conversion kit for Fanatec Clubsport rims. This kit was given to me by a fellow sim racer in exchange for some repair work I did. The kit is 100% brand new and has never been installed. This kit comes with an adapter to mount an aftermarket quick release to your Clubsport rim as well as the teensy LC PCB for converting the Clubsport rim to USB. This kit is meant for a 70mm QR1 quick release. Please note the 70mm holes are threaded, so the quick release should not have threads itself. If the quick release you are using does have threads you can drill out the threads in this adapter and use the threads in the aftermarket quick release. Also includes the upgraded DIN connector for connecting the coiled cable to the USB cable as shown in the pictures. This kit is for the BMW/Porsche/Formula rims but it may also work with the universal hub with some light modification (the Universal Hub uses a 12 pin connector rather than the 8 pin used by all other clubsport rims). Please note that this does not work with elite line of rims. Installation is rather straight forward if you are comfortable working with this type of stuff and have a bit of mechanical/electronic service ability. The hardest part is removing the stock quick release without putting too much force on the internal wiring such as that for the joysticks, shifters etc. The second hardest part is unplugging the stock Fanatec harness from the stock Fanatec PCB inside the rim, it is possible to cause damage if you are not careful and put too much force on the connector or solder joints. If you are not confident performing the installtion yourself I do offer installtion services out of Connecticut USA. You could either ship your rim to me or meet me if you are local. If you are buying this kit from me, I would perform the installtion for an additional $40 USD. In this case you would receive your rim back with the kit fully installed and functional, I would also instal the quick release you are using if you send it along with the rim. I have been working on sim racing hardware for approximately 5 years now and have worked with similar technology for many more years so your rim would be in good hands This kit, with the included DIN connector normally costs $89 GBP (approximately $122 USD) plus postage (approx. $21 USD). I am offering this kit brand new shipped (within continental USA) for $115 USD. Link to this item on the SRM website: https://www.simracingmachines.com/WebShop/fanatec-conversion
  4. Brand New In box. Save over buying direct. Must Include ISRTV in your offer! This allows me to know that you used this link, which equates to me having lower fees from eBay, which translates to me being able to be more "Negotiable" on your offer. Thank you. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575378759&campid=5338273189&customid=&icep_item=153038102912&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg&toolid=11111 Features Use your ClubSport Shifter with any racing wheel on PC (supports sequential and h-pattern mode) Operate the ClubSport Handbrake without another Fanatec product with handbrake port add USB functionality to analog Fanatec Pedals Upgradable firmware Enables 7th gear on all wheels (not only if connected to CSW) Compatibility Controllers: ClubSport Shifter ClubSport Shifter SQ ClubSport Handbrake CSL Elite Pedals (analog pedals without CSL Elite Pedals Loadcell Kit) Games: Most PC racing games which support multiple input devices. Example: Assetto Corsa,iRacing, rFactor2, Project CARS and many more! Special Notes If operated with the ClubSport Handbrake or analog pedals, the device needs to be updated with a different firmware. Therefore, please enter the driver menu, navigate to the update tab, click on "Update USB Adapter Firmware", select your mode and hit "start update". To calibrate the shifter you need to run the calibration program in the driver on PC Packaging Details Size (L x W x H) : 22.00cm x 15.50cm x 2.00cm Weight: 0.10kg Volume weight: 0.14kg What's included USB Adapter
  5. Jarman3163

    Usb hub

    Hi guys, What usb hub does everybody use i was using a non powered one but all pedals dont read properly on the wheel settings.
  6. Hey guys, I thought I would share this project here. I am not sure that I can give an exact guide as I found this on the iracing forum but I will post the link to the iracing thread and if anyone has any questions feel free to contact me and I will lead you to all of the necessary information. I take no credit for the Teensy USB conversion portion of this project as it is all another persons work. I simply came up with my own way of utilizing this adapter by mounting outside of the rim. Ok, my goal was to convert my current Fanatec rim as well as any future fanatec rim I may use to USB. The caveat was I only wanted to purchase one USB adapter and I did not want disassembly or modification of the rims to be required. I also wanted to complete this project for less than $20 (not including rim). While most of this project will be difficult for others to complete due to certain parts being difficult to obtain the actual USB conversion aspect may be interesting in itself. The adapter I used is the teensyLC ($17 on ebay) wired and loaded with firmware according to this thread at iracing:http://members.iracing.com/jforum/posts/list/3343242.page There is also a github guide here about the teensy based USB conversion: https://github.com/darknao/btClubSportWheel I started with my SimuCUBE direct drive system. I purchased this kit from Tomo at Sim Racing Bay therefore I am lucky enough to have the Fanatec base side QR adapter he makes. This is one of the components which is required and also difficult to obtain unless you happen to have purchased your DD setup from Sim Racing Bay. The next item I had on hand was a spare Fanatec base side wiring harness. Of course I also had the CSW rim I was converting. So, in order to use one adapter with multiple rims the adapter itself needed to be outside of the rim and be able to connect to the rim using the standard wiring harness/plug that is inside the rim from the factory. This is where the base side harness comes in. Instead of wiring my adapter to the rim PCB directly or to a JST 2.0 8 pin connector and plugging it into the rims PCB I decided to solder my adapter to the spare base side harness I had lying around. I could then fit this harness inside the Fanatec base side QR which came with my DD system. Fortunately Tomo machined these adapters to precise tolerances and there is also a lip machined inside the hub at the perfect point for the plug to rest. This allows the harness fit snugly inside the custom Fanatec QR and also allows the plug to rest against the lip at the perfect depth. When the rim is installed the plugs mate perfectly, and connection is made. This solved the problem of being able to attach various Fanatec rims quickly and easily with only one USB adapter. Next was the concern of housing the USB adapter. What I decided to do was utilize a steering wheel spacer. I was planning on moving my motor back anyways so I already had this on order. This piece is not in the photos as it has not yet arrived but I will update the project pictures once it is completed. You will be able to see in the pics how the adapter will be housed inside the spacer. Basically the spacer will mount to the custom Fanatec QR and allow enough space for the USB adapter to fit inside comfortably. The other side of the spacer will mount to the split bushing on the motor axle. Between the motor split bushing and the steering wheel spacer there will be 6 5mm bolt spacers. These will create a gap between the motor and steering wheel spacer so the USB cable can fit through. I will fasten the USB cable to the spacer in some fashion to prevent and tension on the micro USB connection during use. Of course I will be using a typical coiled USB cable. And that all there is to it, I will have a hub mounted on the axle of my motor that will allow me to mount any stock Non Modified CSW rim or hub (excluding the Xbox hub) directly to my direct drive wheel and maintain button and LED functionality. If anyone has any questions feel free to ask. Here are the pics I have so far, as you can see the adapter is covered in heat shrink tubing for protection. The red heat shrink is only covering the unused wires for safety. I will add more pics once the spacer arrives and I can move further with the project. This is the spacer I will use to house the adapter.
  7. looking to purchase/ used or new, region/ continent doesn't matter, will pay for shipping if reasonable and has to have tracking option. 1x https://www.fanatec.com/us-en/sim-racing-hardware-accessories/clubsport-usb-adapter-us.html 1x https://www.fanatec.com/us-en/shifter-accessories/sp-pedals-shifter-cable-2-0m-rj12-rj12-usa.html
  8. I just bought an anker USB 4 port hub on Amazon and can't get my buttons to work on my Sam maxwell wheel button plate when it is connected. The buttons on the wheel plate only work when it is directly hooked up to the USB on my desktop. I tested the 4 port hub with a thumbdrive and it works. The problem I'm running into is the pig tail USB cord that is attachéd to the wheel plate can barely stretch to directly plug into the desktop and was wondering if anyone knows why the hub won't work, or has any suggestion on hubs that would work. The anker hub has a long cord which doesn't stretch the pig tail USB cord which is why I bought it for my rig.
  9. My TH8A breakaway connection has died. Before it was just flaky; I would have to connect at a specific angle, and tighten the thumb screw at the perfect strength, for it to work. But now it won't stay on. I never use the DIN connector, so I'm thinking I'll just chop off the two DIN ends, and permanently wire it to the USB connector. Does anyone happen to have a wiring diagram? Thanks.
  10. Jumpingbean

    TH8A and a PS2 - USB connector...

    I've got a question that I'm hoping someone here will know the answer to.... I have a TH8A that's mounted in a box which makes it hard to get to and swap the connector. It's much easier for me to get to the back of the wheel. I'm curious if anyone has used a female PS2 to male USB connector to use the cable on a PC? It's not an expensive part to buy but if someone has already tried it would save me the hassle.
  11. pls pm me
  12. Please PM me if you have one. Thank you Sebj
  13. Hello, I still have a problem with my drivers for CSW V1 + GT2 RIM. I use Windows 7 Ultimate x64, tried the latest drivers and also tried 181 with no success. I tried different USB ports, no success. I installed the drivers with wheel base connected. When I open Fanatec Property Page I see my Pedals and Wheel Base. BUT if I want to see the properties of the wheel base I see only few buttons and not all the properties I should. Pedal properties are OK. Anybody knows a solution please? Problem is I dont see this page:
  14. Hey, I'm selling this thrustmaster joystick as I think a PC user can use it as a handbrake, I tried to use it on Dirt Rally for PS4 but the console doesn't support it. Works great I just no longer have a PC :,( $10 shipped OBO Thanks
  15. Anyone know of any other ways to make the T3PA (or Pro) a standalone USB set other than the Bodinhausen T500RS Pedal Adapter + Bodnar USB Cable combination? I have a perfectly good DFGT and don't really need a new wheel but the pedals are crap. The T3PA and the 2 adapters put it close to the price of the CSL Elite Load Cell pedals from Fanatec as far as price goes. Figure might as well go with the later if there isn't a cheaper USB alternative for the T3PA.
  16. A few days left. I'm selling cheap. It's gota go. http://www.ebay.com/itm/152062030846?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  17. jimmyhigh

    FS: Sparco Rim USA

    A few days left. I'm selling cheap. It's gota go. http://www.ebay.com/itm/152062030846?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649