I just had a shopping spree this month....

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by sbtm, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. sbtm

    sbtm Well-Known Member

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    ...and I think I made some good decisions... i hope.

    At first I bought the Sim-Lab GT1 Evo Rig with some accessories and a racing seat from LTEC.

    Then I bought the Small MiGE Simucube from Simracingbay...

    so.. I also had to buy a new wheel :-D and I bought a Momo Mod 27 (D-shape) and the Ascher Racing C26S button plate along with the Buchfink Q1R quickrelease system.

    then I bought a new 34'' 21:9 widescreen 144Hz G-Sync monitor for the rig..

    but worst of all.. nothing of that is delivered yet.. :D the rig is coming in maybe two weeks? the seat in maybe 1.. next week the wheel and button plate and monitor... oh and I also have to buy Heusinkveld pedals but I guess I'll build the rig etc first and then I can think of buying more stuff...

    I never spent so much money in such a short time :confused:

    Some pics to enjoy:

    MOD27.png C26S_1.jpg medium01.jpg GT1-V6-14.jpg ltec-pro-plus-fia.jpg Q1R_50mm_assembly.jpg simucube-acrilic-big-box-biss-c.jpg

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  2. Barracuda318

    Barracuda318 Member

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    WOW that sure is a heck of an upgrade!
    looking forward to hearing a review of all that new gear
    and comparison to what you were using, once you get it all set up and dialed in
     
  3. sbtm

    sbtm Well-Known Member

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    yeah.. it will be a massive task to build and set up everything. And somehow have to store away my old equipment then :D
     
  4. Barracuda318

    Barracuda318 Member

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    I see you are in Germany, bummer if you were closer I would offer to store your old equipment for free:D