For Sale: SimXperience Stage 4+ motion rig, Triple projector setup (SoCal)
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Unfortunately, I may be forced to sell my rig in the next few months.  Figured I'd post it here first, as this was the community that really inspired me to build this in the first place.  Hopefully I can keep it, but if anyone is in the Southern California area, or willing to rent a truck, feel free to reach out if you are interested.

Here is a link to my build thread

I have a PC as well, but I'd imagine most would build their own for better value.  The setup (minus the PC) is just over $15k without taxes or shipping costs.  I'd like to hold onto my custom OMP wheel I made with SSRG as a keepsake.  I don't have to sell yet, as there is still a slight chance I can keep the rig, but I am open to offers. 

I've tried many different motion platforms out there, and have personally preferred the seat-movers with rear traction loss, as it causes me to tighten my core, making me feel as if my on-screen actions have consequences.  The triple projectors throw a large immersive picture, 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:

Motion Chassis
SimXperience Stage IV 3DOF w/ Rear Traction Loss
SimXperience Diamond-plated Floorboard
Corbeau FX1 Racing Seat
2 x Buttkicker Gamer 2 and remotes
Real racing harness w/ quick release
Custom Triple Projector Setup
3 X Vivitek Qumi Q2 pocket projectors
Custom 80/20 bracket with 6 Fotomate macro adjusters
Custom hard surface triple projection screen wrapped in black felt
8” Touch Screen
Accuforce v.1 on Accuforce height bracket
Q1R quick release
Momo Mod30
SSRG Custom wheel on OMP Alu 310 GT 

HPP 2 Pedal PRX-SE with extra springs and accessories

Derek Spears Sequential Shifter
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
Extra toolkit of spare parts (knitter switches, SLI Pros, Display Adapters, Ignition Switches, etc)

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