Show your Cockpit

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Georg Ortner, Jan 23, 2015.

  1. Thomas-87

    Thomas-87 Member

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    Here are two pictures of my Sim-Rig.
    Made from Aluminium-Profiles, with 27" triple screens, Sparco Seat and Fanatec Hardware :)
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  2. Bull Shark

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    Mine little setup. Not the best photography but it will do.
     

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  3. heppsan

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  4. sbtm

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    today I installed my new Cube Controls Formula Sport Wheel. It's awesome.

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  5. Ablaze

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    Thanks, now I'm drooling!
     
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  7. MrkelaSabac

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    This is my Rig <3 ;)
     

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  8. Hugh Crummond

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    Im quite partial to some ''mood lighting'' around my man corner too..

    I can see me shopping for MDF board, making a stencil of ''THE''Nords and jigsawing that out,
    solder a custom LED strip, bingo....
    *Love that wall light!!!
     
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  9. Frontkratzer

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    Upgraded my rig from a speedmaster pro to a motedis s dream and I must say..what a difference! Day and night! Sturdy like a tank, no more twist and flex, all applied forces are going into the wheel / pedals, better seat position, it just feels a little bit more like driving a racecar. Just looking for a proper bucket seat now. And thinking about some diy extensions for keyboard and mouse.
     

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  10. Bull Shark

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    Same for me. I came from a playseat. The first time I started a race with my SimLab GT1 EVO rig, I felt so happy. Such a difference.. solid as a rock.
     
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  11. Pullblox

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    Table setup :)
     

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  12. Turtle Power

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    Solid rig is the way to go. When you install direct drive and if you prefer stronger force feedback you will probably need a few extra support brackets. The beauty of having profiles, its flexible and endless configuration options.
     
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  13. Ozz

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    Custom 8020 15 series rig. Simucube 1(small mige), Protosimtech PT1 pedals, Pro-sim Hpattern + Pro sequential, DOF Reality MP2 seatmover, Diy hydraulic handbrake, Diy spring seatbelt tensioner, SRS Elite shakebox w/ 5 Dayton audio BST-1 transducers, DSD Trackboss classic button box, Diy Button box(also the hub for my sequential shifter and handbrake),
    NRG FRP-300 seat, Oculus Rift S.
     

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  14. heppsan

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  15. Fairman

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    Well, all you still need is a Flux Capacitor developed by Dr. "Doc" Emmett L. Brown ;)
     
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    And here is the other package that should have been with the last, pedal slider plate video.
     
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  18. Badgerous

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    My first attempt at a DIY button box. I was looking into buying one, but then stumbled across a youtube vid that highlighted how (relatively) easy it was to do your own.

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  20. Gopher04

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    So I really like the the look of the Turn Racing rims but to be honest the higher cost shipping and custom back to UK compared with what I went for in the end made a huge saving, and got the same result I was looking for...
    So hello to my DImSim rim..all 318mm, what I like about these is they are made for the Uni Hub.

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