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My first sim...

Discussion in 'Commercial Simulators and Peripherie' started by dJuL, May 1, 2015.

  1. Tummie555

    Tummie555 New Member

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    Bonsoir Piorck,
    my question to dJul goes for you also, je croix tu as une t1000 aussi? (I'm trying ; )

    Do you think the wheel stand is rigid enough to hold a fanatec wheel or even a direct drive?

    Merci!
  2. DE CASTRO

    DE CASTRO Gaby SimAxe Beta Tester Gold Contributor

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    Hello,
    the wheel holder is a little flimsy but I think they make a modification to the strengthening has confirmed.
    cordially.

    bonjour,
    le support de volant est un peu fragile mais je crois qu'ils ont fais une modification pour le renforcer a confirmer.
    cordialement.
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    Tummie555 New Member

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    Merci beaucoup DE CASTRO!
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    le support volant est de très bonne qualité et réglable à souhait en hauteur , inclinaison et profondeur .
    si , tu achètes en plus les vis papillons , tu pourra le régler encore plus facilement

    the wheel support is a very good quality and adjustable with wish in height, slope and depth.
    if, you buy in more the screws butterflies, you will be able to regulate it still more easily
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    Tummie555 New Member

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    And thanks to you too Piorck! I realised after reading the answer from de CASTRO that I still want a prosimu t1000 regardless. The thing is, I don't want to build a complete full motion rig myself, I'll just keep pondering if the setup is how it "should be" and therefore tweak it endlessly. When I buy one "ready to go" from the shop, engineered with the amount of knowledge and experience from Mr. Kubieniec and the passion he has for racing simulation, I'll probably just be smiling instead of pondering. So even though the wheel stand is or is not flimsy, it's far easier to make adjustments to only the wheel stand. I think for a full motion rig (including pedals and wheel motion) to go with VR, the prosimu t1000 is the absolute best choice.


    P.s. sorry @dJuL for spamming your thread!
    Last edited: Aug 25, 2016