SimXperience Announces AccuForce Pro Momo Edition

One of the most anticipated wheels of 2014 is the Accuforce by SimXperience, but a lot of questions were in the air. What would it cost? What would it include? Now, some of those questions have been answered with the official announcement of the Accuforce Pro – Momo Edition.

SimXperience Momo

We saw a preview version of the Accuforce being sampled at the IndyCar race at Toronto. Fans and drivers, such as James Hinchcliffe got to take the direct drive wheel for a spin for a $2 donation to the Make-A-Wish Foundation (color me jealous). Eagle eyed members of the community saw that there were two different rims being sampled. SimXperience made an announcement about that, saying there will be multiple versions of the wheel.

The SimXperience Accuforce Pro – Momo Edition will be the higher end model, with all the features included. Customers will be able to choose between the Mod 30, N35, or Mod 88 wheel rim with purchase of the system. The unit also includes a Quick Release, fully adjustable wheel button box, aluminum/carbon fiber paddle shifters, and much more.

While this sounds like this would annihilate the sim racer’s wallet, the price tag is actually surprisingly reasonable. The AccuForce Pro – Momo Edition will retail for under $2,000. That’s nearly half the cost of the SimSteering Wheel Base, and that doesn’t even include a rim! No release date has been announced, but it should be out before the end of this year, so start saving your pennies (and nickels, dimes, quarters, dollars, etc). The pricing for the lower end model has not been revealed yet, but we’ll be sure to let you know!

 The SimXperience Accuforce Wheel will feature a proprietary direct drive system, developed in house by SimXperience, and will work with the SimCommander software. It will feature a virtually infinite degrees of rotation adjustment, and will replicate real car steering forces. For more information about the AccuForce, check out our video impressions from last year!

Are you looking forward to getting the AccuForce next year? Let us know in the comments!