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Your racing setup

Post by Guest on Wed May 25, 2016 2:10 am

Share your unique and interesting wheel setups here!

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Post by Guest on Wed May 25, 2016 2:27 am

My old setup when i first started racing in Pcars. A cheat fold out table and a Thrustmaster Spider.



And now my current setup. A wooden base I just build last week.




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Post by Guest on Tue May 31, 2016 4:40 am


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Post by DSRL aidtheace on Tue May 31, 2016 1:40 pm



My setup.

Desk, 28" Gaming monitor, Chair off amazon, X41 Turtle beaches, Laptop and lamp! I LOVE LAMP! (If anyone gets the reference)lol!
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Post by DSRL Webbers88 on Sun Jul 31, 2016 9:27 am

Hahaha Aid. Ive just read yours and straight away got the reference. LOL!!!

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Post by DSRL aidtheace on Sun Jul 31, 2016 12:36 pm

Webbers88 wrote:Hahaha Aid. Ive just read yours and straight away got the reference. LOL!!!

:') ahhahahaha
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Post by DSRL Webbers88 on Tue Aug 02, 2016 11:34 pm

ColdestGinger wrote:

Nice wheels Ginger!

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Post by Guest on Sun Aug 07, 2016 7:13 pm

Thanks webbers.they are my babies.hoping to add a fantastic club sport v3 pedals to them if I can find out what adapter I need to buy.

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How do you race?

Post by DSRL McDuff on Mon Sep 19, 2016 3:07 pm

Hey. Just wanted to run a quick survey to see what's what within the circle of members, with regards how we all race? Interested to see what floats folks boats when it comes to sim racing.

I run an ffb wheel and h pattern shifter with clutch pedal etc, using helmet view, racing line off, turn indicators off, pit manager off and track map on, more for a quick reference to nearby cars locations. I have the pro cars app split between two devices, one for tyres brakes etc and the other for revs, gear, fuel etc. Trying toachieve as much immersion as poss. My last wheel ran a hydraulic handbrake, but that died and I'm not screwing with the warranty on this one!!! Smile

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Post by EpilepticToast on Mon Sep 19, 2016 3:43 pm

good idea! I like all kinds of racing on pcars, from full hardcore immersion to messing around with fun cars every now and then. Here's what I use when playing:

TX FFB wheel, H/sequential shifter, T3PA pedals, USB keyboard, hood/cockpit view, racing line off, usually assists real or off, game crew chief off, track map on, mirror on to prevent surprise contact. 1 tablet running crew chief, pcars dash and a phone with dashmeter pro to top it off.

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Post by micko39 on Wed Oct 19, 2016 3:17 pm

My new Playseat setup

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Re: Your racing setup

Post by d4ninho on Wed Oct 19, 2016 9:42 pm

wow, get yourself a bigger screen, then you will enjoy it more.
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Post by Rebel Whitey on Wed Dec 07, 2016 9:37 pm

Playseat Evolution, Thrustmaster TX 458 Italia, Real Assists, Cockpit View, No HUD, PCars Dash.

Just added the 599XX evo wheel, black friday deal, and what a difference.  Highly recommended upgrade, with much improved feel and weight.  I'm having some trouble adjusting to it, but it definitely adds more sim cred.   mmmmm supple...
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Post by DSRL McDuff on Thu Dec 08, 2016 12:31 am

I just grabbed the 599 rim aswell duder.... instantly felt better in the merc gt1 but took a bit more hanging on tonfor the rallying! Love it though.

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Post by Rebel Whitey on Thu Dec 08, 2016 12:36 am

I'm hoping santa brings a shifter and pro pedal set. Fingers and toes crossed.
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Post by Gixer916er on Tue Dec 20, 2016 4:31 pm

here's my race setup....



a beanbag and a controller....
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Re: Your racing setup

Post by DSRL aidtheace on Tue Dec 20, 2016 6:17 pm

Gixer916er wrote:here's my race setup....



a beanbag and a controller....

Its a start at least mate. Smile
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Re: Your racing setup

Post by DSRL aidtheace on Tue Dec 20, 2016 6:26 pm

Setup has not changed much. Still on the good old Ferrari Spider Wheel (Non-FFB)
However, new addition is the GT Omega Chair I have had for Christmas which iv had early. lol!
It was expensive but seen as though iv only had to put some towards it I think its great.
Its comfy, height adjustable, reclines, arms can be adjusted to be lower, slide back and forward and can be rotated so they are out of the way when racing but nice for when playing other games. Comes with a lumber and head cushion which is nice, and adds to the comfort.
On the whole my score for the chair would be 10/10. You get what you pay for. a great product for a desk racer/gamer. Razz

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Re: Your racing setup

Post by 2pfspiff on Fri Feb 03, 2017 6:47 am

My set up is a TX base with a 599 wheel and a T3PA pro pedal set up with a Ricmotech load cell mod on the brake.  I also have a T300 servo base for the PS4.

Picture of the wheel and stand are from my old man corner setup before I ran a new electrical circuit for my Man corner. Bottom Pics are of the new set up.





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Post by 2pfspiff on Fri Feb 03, 2017 6:54 am

aidtheace wrote:Setup has not changed much. Still on the good old Ferrari Spider Wheel (Non-FFB)
However, new addition is the GT Omega Chair I have had for Christmas which iv had early. lol!
It was expensive but seen as though iv only had to put some towards it I think its great.
Its comfy, height adjustable, reclines, arms can be adjusted to be lower, slide back and forward and can be rotated so they are out of the way when racing but nice for when playing other games. Comes with a lumber and head cushion which is nice, and adds to the comfort.
On the whole my score for the chair would be 10/10. You get what you pay for. a great product for a desk racer/gamer. Razz


Your gaming chair is awesome.  My racing chair is a cheap $24.00 dollar plastic folding chair from BJ's. You can see the back rest of the chair in the Pic with the mitre saw. Laughing

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Re: Your racing setup

Post by Zarf on Sun Feb 12, 2017 6:54 am

 
My phone camera is shocking sorry. My setup i use two screens so i can have my wheel setup at all times on the desk and all i have to do is switch hdmi's. My chair is just a 40pound one from argos Smile
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Post by 2pfspiff on Fri Apr 14, 2017 2:41 pm

Upgraded my TV to a Sony Bravia 55" 4k HDR tv.  Got the TV for free from one of the guys at work  It is the 2016 850 model.  Only about 9 months old.


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