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Good Fixedback Seat for Seat Mover?

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Building Q&A / FAQ' started by PMK, Aug 19, 2020.

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  1. PMK

    PMK Member Gold Contributor

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    I've been looking for a new fixedback seat for my seat mover. I picked up an old Trak Racer seat the other day but the headrest has no room for a VR headset and forces my head forward.

    Can anyone recommend a good seat in Australia that isn't going to force my head forward when wearing a headset?

    I've been looking at the SAAS MACH II
    https://www.shopsaas.com/saas-seat-fixed-back-mach-ii-black-adr-rp1001

    I'd like to stay within a $400 AUD budget if possible.
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    Hi PMK,
    maybe some thing you could try is tilt the seat back a little. I made so in my simulator and now my head is a little bit forward so it doesnt hit the headrest with the VR headset on.
    In my case the seat was more comfortable too.