Wheel Stands, Racing Rigs Cockpits, Pedals, Wheels. Master List

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So your vote is for the Obutto Ozone. The shifter holder/arm is rigid enough for spirited shifts? How about the hand adjustable bolts that hold the crucial items into position? It seems like they would give and start to slip unless there is something to bite into, or a hole. If you give thumbs up; I think I'll pick one up at Main Performance PC here quick.
I like it alot, for the money it's a complete package (you get the monitor mount and the keyboard tray included, and noone touches that for under $400) it's EXTREMELY sturdy, comfortable for big or small guys/ladies, and fairly adjustable. I use a TH8RS on my shifter arm and it seems perfectly stable, and I have an older unit with the stupidly long shifter arm. I do wish I had the newer one so I could adjust the mounting position of the keyboard but, as I had a great guy on another forum make me a hell of a deal and deliver it I can't complain. Unless you can get into that GTR/CNT rig for under $300 I don't think there is a better bang for your buck.
 
Before: Custom wooden foldable wheel stand which 99% of the time I used a wheeled office chair that would move 6 times during a GP length race. Lately I had been using a kitchen chair.

Now: With G27 (GTEye spring mod) I needed a firm rig to mount the wheel and a shifter arm. I bought an Obutto Ozone. Just need to improve my wireless keyboard/mouse range then I'm ok. We'll see what I add to this thing over the next few years to personalize. Maybe a buttkicker.


So far I am quite pleased with the Obutto purchase. I was concerned with the sturdyness of the framing, and hand tightened bolts. No problem there; it doesn't move at all. The metal tubing is pretty thick and while the hand tightened bolts are only there for friction; they work fine. That said, I've only used this thing a handfull of times.

All three G27 pieces are hard mounted. Very solid. I wish this thing was predrilled for a G27, but there you go. The keyboard tray definitely leaves a lot to be desired, but I may make improvements or figure out a way to make it work. It's big, but maneuvering it around isn't easy.
 
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I bought an Obutto Ozone. Just need to improve my wireless keyboard/mouse range then I'm ok.

I've had my Ozone for about 18 months now. I had an issue with my wireless mouse.. the Obutto's frame tubing was somehow screwing with the mouse's signal. Every time I would move the mouse anywhere near the tubing (either on the keyboard tray I don't use anymore, or the acrylic tabletop mounted to the wheel tray I use now) the mouse would lose connection. The only way I got around this was to plug the receiver into a USB extension cable and then run the cable so that the receiver was only a few inches away from the mouse... kinda of defeating the purpose of a wireless mouse, but it still gave me the freedom of not having the mouse cord get tangled in stuff.

The thing I love about the Obutto is that it's very flexible if you like to do things other than sim racing. I can detach my wheel/shifter/pedals (I don't hard mount them), clamp on my CH yoke, slide in rudder pedals, and mount my CH throttle quadrant on the right and be set up for flight simming. Or I can mount the throttles to the left side and use the flight stick mount in the center for a fighter cockpit. I can even mount a joystick on the left or right like an airbus sidestick design. The flexibility is just unbeatable.

My only complaint is that I wish the seat wasn't upholstered in synthetic fabric... it generates a TON of static electricity. Combined with winter time and drier air, it gets really annoying. I'll probably switch the seat out for a real leather one from a Camaro or something some day.
 
just added a French driving sim. Ellip6 This is a six axis simulator. Very high budget item, i would call it a lottery winning item.
 
I'm 13 and I just got into sim racing and my birthday is coming up and with the money I get I'm going to buy a longitech g27 and I want to know how to build a sturdy stand. Any help?
 
Well, here my Cockpit. Not finally but on his way ;)

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Did you receive a wheel for Xmas? Now you need a stand or even a new cockpit. Looking to upgrade?

Maybe you are not the handiest person, or just do not have the time to build your own rig.

After spending more time than i want to admit looking up stands and cockpits I found myself looking at the same rigs, just different pages. I needed a better system to store all my locations so i could later do some comparing.

Here is a list, a working list, I have compiled.

I am not saying it is complete, If you have a site , list it.

Hopefully this will help others spending to much time looking up wheels and rigs when they could better use the time to race.


Cockpit and wheel stands

Aeon Simolators http://www.aeonsim.com/
Apiga http://www.apiga.com.hk
ARC Team http://www.f1driving.it/en
Bernax http://www.bernax.nl
Ball Racing BRD Velocity V1 250 motion system http://www.brdsim.com
Carriage works VCR 1000 www.racingsimulatorseats.com/
CNT Racing Sim http://www.cntsimulator.com/
Cobra Racing Sim http://www.slicksteel.co.uk/cobra.html
Cockpit profesional Sim Racing www.cockpit.com.pl
Cockpit Extreme racing http://www.cockpitextremeracing.com.br/blog/
Custom Cockpits http://www.custom-cockpits.com/
CXC Simulation Professional http://www.cxcsimulations.com/
Da Vinci Driving Simulator Rig http://simulation.mirage3d.nl/
Ellip6 http://www.ellip6.com/
Elitesim ER-PS3 (http://www.elitesim.com
E R S Cockpits http://www.erssim.com
Evotekus http://www.evotekus.com/
Fanatec Rennsport Cockpit www.fanatec.de
Fast track Sims http://www.fasttracksims.com/
F K Automotive http://www.fk-shop.de/en/Sport-Seats-belts/oxid-oxid/Seat-racing-simulator-for-PC- Force Dynamics http://www.force-dynamics.com/ Gamers-and-game-consoles-fabric-black.html
GamePOD GT2 http://www.gamepod.co.uk/
Gamers cockpit http://www.gamerscockpit.com.au
GT Omega Racing . http://www.gtomegaracing.com
GTC pro racing cockpit http://www.granturismocockpit.com
GTR simulator http://www.gtrsimulator.com/
Grandturgismo http://www.granturgismo.com/rkdmini.html
Home Racing by DCM www.homeracing-seat.com
Humanracing GT Chassis http://www.humanracing.co.th
Hyperdrive https://www.hyperdrive.com.au
Joy Ride Simulators http://joyridesimulators.com/
Mad sim racer http://madsimracer.com/
Monsta s Gamimng systems www.monsta.cc
Monzapro http://www.monzapro.com.au/
myhome simulator www.myhomesimulator.com
Naoracingplayer http://www.naoracingplayer.com/
Nixim http://www.nixim.com
Obutto (http://www.obutto.com/home.html)
Open wheeler http://www.openwheeler.co.uk /
Oring F1 Simulator www.oring.com.pl
Pagnian imports http://www.pagnianimports.com.au/racing-simulator-cockpit.html
Playseat (http://www.playseat.com/en)
Precise Racing Chair Complete https://www.precisechair.com
Profisim http://www.profisim.cz/
Race Room http://www.raceroom.com/shop_usa/
Redline game theater www.pinballsandgames.com/sitdowndrivers.html
Ricmotech Driving Sim http://www.ricmotech.com/diy
Rinoseat Revolution (http://www.rinoseats.com December 2012 purchased by Fanatec
rSeat http://www.rseat.net
Race star shop http://shop.race-star.com/index.php?XTCsid=99v89724bmnmcs6amggogo25a0
Sim Craft http://www.simcraft.com/
Sim Racing Station www.simracingstation.com
Simseat http://www.simseat.eu/shop
Sim Seats http://www.sim-seats.com
Simwor simulators http://www.simworx.com.au/simulators.html
Speed Master 2 http://speedmaster2.de/index-1.html
TJR simulators . http://www.tjr.com.au
TL1 Simulator from Ariel Atom http://www.motionsimulation.com/
Total Spanish Simulators http://www.totalspanishsimulator.com/
Virtual Cockpi www.virtualcockpit.com.ar
Virtual Motorsports http://virtualmotorsportsinc.com/
Virtual Roadster http://virtualroadster.com/
Visionraccer VR3 us. http://www.visionracer.com
VRC racing chassis http://www.bobearlracing.com
VRX Simulator http://vrx.ca/
Vesaro racing sim http://www.vesaro.com
Volair Sim http://www.volairsim.com/
Wagner race products http://www.wagnerraceproducts.com
Xpit http://www.xpit.hu
X6 Simulator http://www.x6-simulator.com/
Zalem http://www.zalem.es

Wheel Stands

ApexVStand www.apexvgear.com
Apiga http://www.apiga.com.hk
Cockpit extreme racing http://www.cockpitextremeracing.com.br/blog/
Earl RS http://steeringwheelstand.co.uk/
Fanatec Rennsport wheelstand www.fanatec.de
GamePOD GT2 http://www.gamepod.co.uk/
Granstand http://www.granstand.com/
Grandturgismo http://www.granturgismo.com/rkdmini.html
GT Omega Racing . http://www.gtomegaracing.com
GTvRacer Wheel Stand www.gtvracer.com
Home Racing by DCM www.homeracing-seat.com
Pagnian imports http://www.pagnianimports.com.au/
Sim Racing Station www.simracingstation.com
Speedblack Evo www.speedblack.com
Steadiplay http://steadiplay.com
Wheelstand pro www.wheelstandpro.com
Wheelstand racing http://www.wheelstandracing.com/
Xlerator Wheels Stands www.xwstands.com
Virtual Cockpit www.virtualcockpit.com.ar



Wheels, Pedals, controllers, seats and springs

Corbeau seat base http://www.corbeau.com/products/accessories/gaming_base/
CST Pedals (http://www.cannonsimulationtechnologies.com PS3 model not yet available
ECCI 6000 for G25 (http://ecci6000.com
Fanatec Wheels http://www.fanatec.de
Frex GP International http://www.frex.com/gp/
GTEYE spring http://www.gteye.com.au/
HKS Racing controller (https://eagl3.com
Logitech Driving Force GT (http://www.logitech.com
Logitech G27 (http://www.logitech.com
Sensodrive http://www.sensodrive.de/EN/Produkte/Force-Feedback-Wheels/Force-Feedback-Wheels.php
SIM SPORT The Perfect Pedal (http://www.sim-sport.net/
Thrustmaster T500 RS (http://www.thrustmaster.com
Sim racing store http://www.simracestore.com
Ultra force Sim Seat http://ultraforcesim.com/
Did you receive a wheel for Xmas? Now you need a stand or even a new cockpit. Looking to upgrade?

Maybe you are not the handiest person, or just do not have the time to build your own rig.

After spending more time than i want to admit looking up stands and cockpits I found myself looking at the same rigs, just different pages. I needed a better system to store all my locations so i could later do some comparing.

Here is a list, a working list, I have compiled.

I am not saying it is complete, If you have a site , list it.

Hopefully this will help others spending to much time looking up wheels and rigs when they could better use the time to race.


Cockpit and wheel stands

Aeon Simolators http://www.aeonsim.com/
Apiga http://www.apiga.com.hk
ARC Team http://www.f1driving.it/en
Bernax http://www.bernax.nl
Ball Racing BRD Velocity V1 250 motion system http://www.brdsim.com
Carriage works VCR 1000 www.racingsimulatorseats.com/
CNT Racing Sim http://www.cntsimulator.com/
Cobra Racing Sim http://www.slicksteel.co.uk/cobra.html
Cockpit profesional Sim Racing www.cockpit.com.pl
Cockpit Extreme racing http://www.cockpitextremeracing.com.br/blog/
Custom Cockpits http://www.custom-cockpits.com/
CXC Simulation Professional http://www.cxcsimulations.com/
Da Vinci Driving Simulator Rig http://simulation.mirage3d.nl/
Ellip6 http://www.ellip6.com/
Elitesim ER-PS3 (http://www.elitesim.com
E R S Cockpits http://www.erssim.com
Evotekus http://www.evotekus.com/
Fanatec Rennsport Cockpit www.fanatec.de
Fast track Sims http://www.fasttracksims.com/
F K Automotive http://www.fk-shop.de/en/Sport-Seats-belts/oxid-oxid/Seat-racing-simulator-for-PC- Force Dynamics http://www.force-dynamics.com/ Gamers-and-game-consoles-fabric-black.html
GamePOD GT2 http://www.gamepod.co.uk/
Gamers cockpit http://www.gamerscockpit.com.au
GT Omega Racing . http://www.gtomegaracing.com
GTC pro racing cockpit http://www.granturismocockpit.com
GTR simulator http://www.gtrsimulator.com/
Grandturgismo http://www.granturgismo.com/rkdmini.html
Home Racing by DCM www.homeracing-seat.com
Humanracing GT Chassis http://www.humanracing.co.th
Hyperdrive https://www.hyperdrive.com.au
Joy Ride Simulators http://joyridesimulators.com/
Mad sim racer http://madsimracer.com/
Monsta s Gamimng systems www.monsta.cc
Monzapro http://www.monzapro.com.au/
myhome simulator www.myhomesimulator.com
Naoracingplayer http://www.naoracingplayer.com/
Nixim http://www.nixim.com
Obutto (http://www.obutto.com/home.html)
Open wheeler http://www.openwheeler.co.uk /
Oring F1 Simulator www.oring.com.pl
Pagnian imports http://www.pagnianimports.com.au/racing-simulator-cockpit.html
Playseat (http://www.playseat.com/en)
Precise Racing Chair Complete https://www.precisechair.com
Profisim http://www.profisim.cz/
Race Room http://www.raceroom.com/shop_usa/
Redline game theater www.pinballsandgames.com/sitdowndrivers.html
Ricmotech Driving Sim http://www.ricmotech.com/diy
Rinoseat Revolution (http://www.rinoseats.com December 2012 purchased by Fanatec
rSeat http://www.rseat.net
Race star shop http://shop.race-star.com/index.php?XTCsid=99v89724bmnmcs6amggogo25a0
Sim Craft http://www.simcraft.com/
Sim Racing Station www.simracingstation.com
Simseat http://www.simseat.eu/shop
Sim Seats http://www.sim-seats.com
Simwor simulators http://www.simworx.com.au/simulators.html
Speed Master 2 http://speedmaster2.de/index-1.html
TJR simulators . http://www.tjr.com.au
TL1 Simulator from Ariel Atom http://www.motionsimulation.com/
Total Spanish Simulators http://www.totalspanishsimulator.com/
Virtual Cockpi www.virtualcockpit.com.ar
Virtual Motorsports http://virtualmotorsportsinc.com/
Virtual Roadster http://virtualroadster.com/
Visionraccer VR3 us. http://www.visionracer.com
VRC racing chassis http://www.bobearlracing.com
VRX Simulator http://vrx.ca/
Vesaro racing sim http://www.vesaro.com
Volair Sim http://www.volairsim.com/
Wagner race products http://www.wagnerraceproducts.com
Xpit http://www.xpit.hu
X6 Simulator http://www.x6-simulator.com/
Zalem http://www.zalem.es

Wheel Stands

ApexVStand www.apexvgear.com
Apiga http://www.apiga.com.hk
Cockpit extreme racing http://www.cockpitextremeracing.com.br/blog/
Earl RS http://steeringwheelstand.co.uk/
Fanatec Rennsport wheelstand www.fanatec.de
GamePOD GT2 http://www.gamepod.co.uk/
Granstand http://www.granstand.com/
Grandturgismo http://www.granturgismo.com/rkdmini.html
GT Omega Racing . http://www.gtomegaracing.com
GTvRacer Wheel Stand www.gtvracer.com
Home Racing by DCM www.homeracing-seat.com
Pagnian imports http://www.pagnianimports.com.au/
Sim Racing Station www.simracingstation.com
Speedblack Evo www.speedblack.com
Steadiplay http://steadiplay.com
Wheelstand pro www.wheelstandpro.com
Wheelstand racing http://www.wheelstandracing.com/
Xlerator Wheels Stands www.xwstands.com
Virtual Cockpit www.virtualcockpit.com.ar



Wheels, Pedals, controllers, seats and springs

Corbeau seat base http://www.corbeau.com/products/accessories/gaming_base/
CST Pedals (http://www.cannonsimulationtechnologies.com PS3 model not yet available
ECCI 6000 for G25 (http://ecci6000.com
Fanatec Wheels http://www.fanatec.de
Frex GP International http://www.frex.com/gp/
GTEYE spring http://www.gteye.com.au/
HKS Racing controller (https://eagl3.com
Logitech Driving Force GT (http://www.logitech.com
Logitech G27 (http://www.logitech.com
Sensodrive http://www.sensodrive.de/EN/Produkte/Force-Feedback-Wheels/Force-Feedback-Wheels.php
SIM SPORT The Perfect Pedal (http://www.sim-sport.net/
Thrustmaster T500 RS (http://www.thrustmaster.com
Sim racing store http://www.simracestore.com
Ultra force Sim Seat http://ultraforcesim.com/

Nice piece of work SGETI - thank you. I wish I had seen it before I ordered and then returned my 1st stand. I have taken delivery of my 2nd now - it is not suiting me either - though closer, but not getting any real help from the supplier yet - just waffle.
 
Did you receive a wheel for Xmas? Now you need a stand or even a new cockpit. Looking to upgrade?

Maybe you are not the handiest person, or just do not have the time to build your own rig.

After spending more time than i want to admit looking up stands and cockpits I found myself looking at the same rigs, just different pages. I needed a better system to store all my locations so i could later do some comparing.

Here is a list, a working list, I have compiled.

I am not saying it is complete, If you have a site , list it.

Hopefully this will help others spending to much time looking up wheels and rigs when they could better use the time to race.


Cockpit and wheel stands

Aeon Simolators http://www.aeonsim.com/
Apiga http://www.apiga.com.hk
ARC Team http://www.f1driving.it/en
Bernax http://www.bernax.nl
Ball Racing BRD Velocity V1 250 motion system http://www.brdsim.com
Carriage works VCR 1000 www.racingsimulatorseats.com/
Classic Race Simulators http://www.classicracesimulators.com
CNT Racing Sim http://www.cntsimulator.com/
Cobra Racing Sim http://www.slicksteel.co.uk/cobra.html
Cockpit profesional Sim Racing www.cockpit.com.pl
Cockpit Extreme racing http://www.cockpitextremeracing.com.br/blog/
Custom Cockpits http://www.custom-cockpits.com/
CXC Simulation Professional http://www.cxcsimulations.com/
Da Vinci Driving Simulator Rig http://simulation.mirage3d.nl/
Ellip6 http://www.ellip6.com/
Elitesim ER-PS3 (http://www.elitesim.com
E R S Cockpits http://www.erssim.com
Evotekus http://www.evotekus.com/
Fanatec Rennsport Cockpit www.fanatec.de
Fast track Sims http://www.fasttracksims.com/
F K Automotive http://www.fk-shop.de/en/Sport-Seats-belts/oxid-oxid/Seat-racing-simulator-for-PC- Force Dynamics http://www.force-dynamics.com/ Gamers-and-game-consoles-fabric-black.html
GamePOD GT2 http://www.gamepod.co.uk/
Gamers cockpit http://www.gamerscockpit.com.au
GT Omega Racing . http://www.gtomegaracing.com
GTC pro racing cockpit http://www.granturismocockpit.com
GTR simulator http://www.gtrsimulator.com/
Grandturgismo http://www.granturgismo.com/rkdmini.html
Home Racing by DCM www.homeracing-seat.com
Humanracing GT Chassis http://www.humanracing.co.th
Hyperdrive https://www.hyperdrive.com.au
Joy Ride Simulators http://joyridesimulators.com/
Mad sim racer http://madsimracer.com/
Monsta s Gamimng systems www.monsta.cc
Monzapro http://www.monzapro.com.au/
myhome simulator www.myhomesimulator.com
Naoracingplayer http://www.naoracingplayer.com/
Nixim http://www.nixim.com
Obutto http://obutto.com/
Open wheeler http://www.openwheeler.co.uk /
Oring F1 Simulator www.oring.com.pl
Pagnian imports http://www.pagnianimports.com.au/racing-simulator-cockpit.html
Playseat (http://www.playseat.com/en)
Playseat Challenge http://www.playseatstore.com/challenge.html
Precise Racing Chair Complete https://www.precisechair.com
Profisim http://www.profisim.cz/
Race Room http://www.raceroom.com/shop_usa/
Redline game theater www.pinballsandgames.com/sitdowndrivers.html
Ricmotech Driving Sim http://www.ricmotech.com/diy
Rinoseat Revolution (http://www.rinoseats.com December 2012 purchased by Fanatec
rSeat http://www.rseat.net
Race star shop http://shop.race-star.com/index.php?XTCsid=99v89724bmnmcs6amggogo25a0
Sim Craft http://www.simcraft.com/
Sim Racing Station www.simracingstation.com
Simseat http://www.simseat.eu/shop
Sim Seats http://www.sim-seats.com
Simwor simulators http://www.simworx.com.au/simulators.html
Speed Master 2 http://speedmaster2.de/index-1.html
TJR simulators . http://www.tjr.com.au
TL1 Simulator from Ariel Atom http://www.motionsimulation.com/
Total Spanish Simulators http://www.totalspanishsimulator.com/
Virtual Cockpi www.virtualcockpit.com.ar
Virtual Motorsports http://virtualmotorsportsinc.com/
Virtual Roadster http://virtualroadster.com/
Visionraccer VR3 us. http://www.visionracer.com
VRC racing chassis http://www.bobearlracing.com
VRX Simulator http://vrx.ca/
Vesaro racing sim http://www.vesaro.com
Volair Sim http://www.volairsim.com/
Wagner race products http://www.wagnerraceproducts.com
Xpit http://www.xpit.hu
X6 Simulator http://www.x6-simulator.com/
Zalem http://www.zalem.es

Wheel Stands

ApexVStand www.apexvgear.com
Apiga http://www.apiga.com.hk
Cockpit extreme racing http://www.cockpitextremeracing.com.br/blog/
Earl RS http://steeringwheelstand.co.uk/
Fanatec Rennsport wheelstand www.fanatec.de
GamePOD GT2 http://www.gamepod.co.uk/
Granstand http://www.granstand.com/
Grandturgismo http://www.granturgismo.com/rkdmini.html
GT Omega Racing . http://www.gtomegaracing.com
GTvRacer Wheel Stand www.gtvracer.com
Home Racing by DCM www.homeracing-seat.com
Pagnian imports http://www.pagnianimports.com.au/
Playseat Challenge http://www.playseatstore.com/challenge.html
Sim Racing Station www.simracingstation.com
Speedblack Evo www.speedblack.com
Steadiplay http://steadiplay.com
Wheelstand pro www.wheelstandpro.com
Wheelstand racing http://www.wheelstandracing.com/
Xlerator Wheels Stands www.xwstands.com
Virtual Cockpit www.virtualcockpit.com.ar



Wheels, Pedals, controllers, seats and springs

Corbeau seat base http://www.corbeau.com/products/accessories/gaming_base/
CST Pedals (http://www.cannonsimulationtechnologies.com PS3 model not yet available
ECCI 6000 for G25 (http://ecci6000.com
Fanatec Wheels http://www.fanatec.de
Frex GP International http://www.frex.com/gp/
GTEYE spring http://www.gteye.com.au/
HKS Racing controller (https://eagl3.com
Logitech Driving Force GT (http://www.logitech.com
Logitech G27 (http://www.logitech.com
Sensodrive http://www.sensodrive.de/EN/Produkte/Force-Feedback-Wheels/Force-Feedback-Wheels.php
SIM SPORT The Perfect Pedal (http://www.sim-sport.net/
Thrustmaster T500 RS (http://www.thrustmaster.com
Sim racing store http://www.simracestore.com
Ultra force Sim Seat http://ultraforcesim.com/

I personally have the Logitech DFGT and Wheel stand pro. Great stand, very sturdy!
 
I'm 13 and I just got into sim racing and my birthday is coming up and with the money I get I'm going to buy a longitech g27 and I want to know how to build a sturdy stand. Any help?

Well, my first stand was a TV tray, then I build a BIG box like stucture for my DFGT. The nickname was "The Big Black Box of Death" Now I have a Wheel Stand Pro. Just about as sturdy as my old box, but half the weight. It folds down nicely and really is a complement to the wheel. If you have around $50-$100 to spend, build one yourself, but if you have $150-$200, buy a stand. The is also the $300 Fanatec CSL Seat. Just saying. They have a deal with a Porsche 911 GT3 wheel too.
 
Finally finished building my new table design (6 weeks straight =__=) and have posted some of the photos in my thread and also on my facebook design page www.facebook.com/93360Dzyn

Main features include:
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  • 8 different height and reach settings.
  • Foldable design for storage and transportation.
  • Lower and closer shifter mounts.
  • Cable routing channels and management.
  • Large tray that can accommodate a full sized keyboard and more.
  • Mounting holes compatible with many of the popular wheels, pedals and shifters.
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I recently bought this:

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Took about 3 weeks to get to me due to a postage mix up at their end, but was easy to put together and works beautifully for my driving skills.

I can't tell you how good it feels to have my G27 shifter SOLIDLY sat in it's housing, instead of me constantly pulling from it's clamped position on my computer desk :lol:

I do love the ad above, listing "SUPERB RACING SKILLS DISPLAYED" as part of it's "features" :lol: It has improved my manual gear shift driving, but i'd be a fool to say it's made my "skills" superb !


The images show the hand brake etc, on the R/H side, but mine are actually on the L/H side, which is handy as i live in England. Tho you can't swap sides, be warned, other worldwide drivers. You'll be stuck with British/Japanese side driving. Unless I am mistaken on this and you can buy the stand with both options perhaps ? My one has two dials, either side of the driving pedals plate, but they seem to be of no consequence, because the pedals plate is welded in place. As far as I can tell, it cannot slide from side to side, sadly. I am pretty sure the dials are to swap the handbrake/gearshift arm and table from side to side, tho that'd be stupid, if you can't move the car pedals to the other side too. My only conclusion is that it must come in two sided editions maybe ?
I wish you could adjust the height of the plate that you sit your pedals onto, as i'd prefer to make mine lean at a steeper angle, but it's still ay ok. I can no doubt build something to sit under the pedals and raise them further anyway.

I would say to not worry about build quality tho as it is VERY solid and secure. Height and length adjustable too, for those with longer legs, tho, i like my setup kinda low slung, as it were, which means i might have to open up my G27 wheel and take out the clamps, so i stop banging my knee against the R/H side clamp, when accelerating/braking. The company, rather nicely, supply dial ended screws that fit your G27 equipment crew holes perfectly, so you can clamp in all your stuff easily and no need to have to fuss around unscrewing them at a later date, thanks to the dials on the end of said screws :cheers:

Hand brake works, but i rarely ever use the handbrake in GT6, so it is just a nice addition and not essential for my driving style. It's a small chip with one end being USB ( to the PS3 - provided in packaging ) and the other a small connector from the handbrake itself. the computer chip has all the DS3 buttons marked on it, so you just connect that to the "O" button ( i have that as the handbrake ) and then put the USB into the PS3. Cool that you can assign any of the DS3 buttons, so it doesn't need to mess up your preferred handbrake setting. There isn't much resistance in the handbrake itself. I feel i should upgrade to a much stiffer spring. Fortunately it could be easily done, as the spring, itself, is pretty easily accessible. You have to push in the button, like a real car, to pull on/off the handbrake, at least which is a cute little feature and appreciated, rather than it be just some arm that lifts on it's own.


The side table part, where the hand brake and gear shift sit, can be adjusted forward or backward in 5 increments. Mine is sat 2 from the very furthest holes, meaning it can come back further toward you by a good 3 to 4 inches still. Useful if you feel the handbrake might be getting in the way of your gear shifting elbow.

I don't have the optional bucket seat, just using a comfy office chair, with the wheels removed, so i don't move the chair backward when i push the pedals:lol: ( gteye brake mod installed and original brake pedal spring transferred to the clutch ) .


Price, i guess mid-range. Before Christmas 2013, these were only £115 + £8ish postage on Ebay, but are now £183 plus more postage, which is my fault for dithering too long on whether i should get one or not. Quite a jump in price regardless.

I'm sure there are many better ones out there, but i found this particular stand to be working out just great for me so far. It's genuinely solid, as everything is bolted together and not flimsily sat in a housing where it might wobble somewhat. I was genuinely nicely surprised, when i had constructed it and found out to have not blown my money on a whim after all :cheers:

My one, is specifically for G25/27 wheels, and the screw holes for clamping the wheel,gear shift and pedals are drilled as such.

It's slightly on the bulky side, but i think it only adds to the solid feel. With the way i have set up, it measures around 700mm across by 1100mm in length. I have no idea how tall that super cute Thai girl is in the above photos, but i'm 5.10" and it doesn't feel small to me, other than i have the wheel tray set a bit low ( hence the knee banging, but that's the G27 clamp protruding ). Maybe add another 100mm or so, if the handbrake/gearshift table is fully extended.
Plus, add the depth of your TV table/stand on top of that of course. I have my 48" LED ( so it's pretty damn slim ) sat on a table, in front of the IronRax stand, adding another 340mm ( table depth ). I'm just listing these measurement, incase anyone interested in one, needs to work out how much space they have at home, before buying one. 👍

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The seller is helpful and has a 100% positive feedback:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/IONRAX-St...s_VideoGameAccessories_JN&hash=item3f30f4e0f0http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/IONRAX-St...s_VideoGameAccessories_JN&hash=item3f30f4e0f0http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/IONRAX-St...s_VideoGameAccessories_JN&hash=item3f30f4e0f0
 
The above post has to be the most detailed listing i have ever come across. Makes me wonder if you work for them or the selling site you refer to. Appears to look a lot like the Apiga. I tried to google this company, i could not find a home page. The pages i did find, my browser alerted me to security issues so i did not enter. I found numerous auction sites selling this stand and it appears the only way to purchase is from these auction sites. Any questions please direct all inquires to dimebolt .
 
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Really do like this rig. I am sure many wives would approve of your design sitting in their living room compared to a PVC model. Do you have a name yet? On the market? Keep me informed.
 
The above post has to be the most detailed listing i have ever come across. Makes me wonder if you work for them or the selling site you refer to. Appears to look a lot like the Apiga. I tried to google this company, i could not find a home page. The pages i did find, my browser alerted me to security issues so i did not enter. I found numerous auction sites selling this stand and it appears the only way to purchase is from these auction sites. Any questions please direct all inquires to dimebolt .


I do not work for that company or any other racing game stand making company. I just wanted to be detailed in my review is all. I used pics from their Ebay page because the camera on my phone is too poor quality to make worthwhile shots. I wanted to make a video of me constructing it too, but again, i couldn't make anything of any worthwhile quality. Apologies for making it look like an advert guys, but it genuinely is because my cameraphone is naff :lol:
 
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Really do like this rig. I am sure many wives would approve of your design sitting in their living room compared to a PVC model. Do you have a name yet? On the market? Keep me informed.

'GTC Table' would be its current prototype name, not sure what else it could be called if it ever makes it to market..
 
Hi guys, do you know maybe where I could find spare parts for open wheeler rig? I'm looking for everything except seat and seat frame, so whole frame for wheel and pedals
 
There is a lot of pedal sets missing from the list :)
Pedal sets? I will admit i have not been vigilant with updates for pedals. Actually i forgot i even listed them. I would be more than willing update the pedal sets list. Do me and the rest of the members a big favor and post the pedal sets and i will link them.

Hi guys, do you know maybe where I could find spare parts for open wheeler rig? I'm looking for everything except seat and seat frame, so whole frame for wheel and pedals

Hmmm, tough question. Maybe a stand would work for you such as the one above, RS2 2014.
I do remember seeing some rigs which sell in two separate parts. One part for the seat and another for the wheel. Sorry do not remember which brand.
 
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Arc Carbon Pedals
He Sim Ulltimate/Sim professional pedals
DSD pedals
HPP pedals
Emery Tilton III pedals
protosimtech pedals (in the works)
A few :)
 
Arc Carbon Pedals
He Sim Ulltimate/Sim professional pedals
DSD pedals
HPP pedals
Emery Tilton III pedals
protosimtech pedals (in the works)
A few :)


Thank you for all the great information. I have updated the master list. I did not include Elnery Tilton for i was unable to find a working web page.

If you are in the market to upgrade your pedals, these are worth your time to take a look. thank you oqvist.
 

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