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motion connected to back of seat or frame

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by marshall jolly, Jul 8, 2021.

  1. marshall jolly

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    Hello all, I am getting ready to start building a motion rig with traction loss and was wondering what is better. I have some wheelchair motors for the pitch and roll and traction loss but want to know what the advantages are for connecting them to the back of the seat about shoulder height or under the frame at the front like Dofreality? I was leaning towards building something similar to the Dofreality one for the compact size.
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