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    A tour of my racing setup

    Hey guys,

    As requested, here is a tour of my setup for iRacing and other racing games. I'll give a brief description of each photo. Taken with a phone so excuse the quality.




    This is an overview of almost everything from my POV. You can see the handbrake on the bottom left, shifter on the left, wheel in the middle, pedals visible underneath, tacho with shift light on the right, then button box on the far right. Three 24" screens behind it.



    Externally viewed





    The wheel itself has two rotary encoders and a selection of buttons. The blue buttons scroll between the different screens on display and the encoders change things in game and/or adjust whats display in the SLI Pro above the screen (Rev display, gear, flag warnings, car warnings, lap times, speed, fuel etc). The screen itself is completely customisable with software.



    These are my Tacho and Buttonbox. The buttons can be assigned to many ingame functions, generally the covered button I use for ignition. The large yellow button is my normally TS button.



    This is what the tacho plugs into, a small board called a Revburner that controls the tacho. 10 port USB hub is kinda visible.




    A top view of the pedals, you can see the brake pedal's load cell here, and roughly how they work.



    This is an all metal sequential shifter, I've had this for over 5 years and its never missed a beat. Is just for up/down gears.



    My handbrake, great for rally games, not used in iRacing at all. Not analog, single button press after a bit of a pull.




    My TrackIR5 and TrackClipPro with mono headset. I use the 5.1 for everything but the headset for TS/ingame voice/ingame spotter.



    Built this little shelf on when we were building the whole rig, very handy

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    Re: A tour of my racing setup

    Oh my.

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    Re: A tour of my racing setup

    Quote Originally Posted by Crow
    Oh my.



    Thats what dreams are made of 8)

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    Re: A tour of my racing setup

    WOW a little over the top, but i like it very nice

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    Re: A tour of my racing setup

    Thats...

    Thats...

    I can't even...



    (I'm just pointing at the screen)

    8) :shock: 8)


    Do you do parties????

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    Re: A tour of my racing setup

    Excellent setup!

    <insert hat off smiley>

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    Re: A tour of my racing setup

    You forgot something.


    The cup holder for your beer... :lol:

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    Re: A tour of my racing setup

    Quote Originally Posted by ColKlink
    You forgot something.


    The cup holder for your beer... :lol:
    Its a WIP! Thanks guys

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    Re: A tour of my racing setup

    Totally awesome setup mone the less.

    I guess we know where you spend what ever free time you have.

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    Re: A tour of my racing setup

    Nice Mez wheel looks awesome. Now if you could find some time to use it all lol.

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    140K and no Buttkicker... weak.

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    love it very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by evil_badger View Post
    WOW a little over the top, but i like it very nice
    Shame on you.


    Amazing setup dude, very impressive, I'd give my left bollock to race around in that!

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