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Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by SimPotato, Jun 9, 2021.

  1. SimPotato

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    Haha! Incredible build. Good to see more G-seats coming online!
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    Nice! How many actuators do you use?
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  5. SimPotato

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    6 pgsaws. 4 for the flaps + 2 Left + right extra-
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    Looks highly functional but I love the styling too. What is the paddle material? It looks like a bent metal plate coated with something for aesthetics? Nicely done with the linkage on the inside to preserve the look on the outside.
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