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Showroom Share my first SCN5 seat

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by wp8051, Apr 30, 2019.

  1. wp8051

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    I spent a week buying materials, then assembling and testing them, and the final result was perfect.

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  3. wp8051

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    I used 2 rubber shock absorbers, which made the whole vibration and noise attenuate. I also installed 4 Fuma wheels at the bottom, which also have better shock absorption.
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    wp8051 Racing simulator player

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    My Motion Simulator:
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    Because my home has less space, I can only make the bracket as small as possible. The size of the whole bracket is relatively small, the length is 660mm, the width is 600mm, and the height is 720mm.
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    wp8051 Racing simulator player

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    My Motion Simulator:
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    Initially, I was a little worried. If I put the SCN5 in a relatively short position and make the distance of the putter shorter, would it not have enough power to push my body? My weight is 80KG, now tested. I think there should be no problem, the motion is still very good, and the noise is much smaller than my previous bracket. My previous brackets produced a lot of noise because it didn't choose the right damper.