Fanatec has completely dominated the sim racing hardware market in recent years. Having reviewed almost 20 wheelbases since I started this channel, it's difficult to believe that this is the first Fanatec wheelbase I've ever reviewed. With all this perspective on the competition, how will the CSL DD fare in my hands? I'm
The small form MOZA wheelbases have proven themselves to be a massive hit with first time Direct Drive users. This is the FIFTH DD wheelbase offering from MOZA. That's more DD offerings than any other manufacturer. They've also just released this unbelievably affordable KS wheel which is aimed specifically at GT driving. This
One of the most hotly anticipated wheelbases of 2023 has arrived. Asetek has a reputation for quality and reliability in the cpu and gpu cooling space and a hardcore passion for racing. As with most sim racing companies, they believe they can do it better than the competition and today, we're going to
An affordable Direct Drive wheelbase this time 3 years ago was just under €1,000 for the wheelbase alone. So much has changed in that short space of time that we are now seeing wheelbase, steering wheel AND pedal combos for almost half that. It's becoming very difficult not to join the DD revolution
The biggest purchase for most high end sim racers other than their PC is usually their wheelbase. The High end market starts at around 15Nm of torque (in my opinion) but the costs are usually pretty high once you get to that level. Cammus aims to disrupt that market and claim their share with
https://youtu.be/8ufOyCjXmTI This is not a false alarm. The time has come. Logitech has just launched an 11Nm DD Wheelbase AND pedals WITH modern console compatibility and it's available to order RIGHT NOW. Most sim racers regardless of our level owe a lot to the Logitech G wheels. However, this is not a G wheel.
It seems a common trend now that some sim racing hardware companies already have a background in creating and delivering products in a different market. MOZA is the latest of this type of company to emerge, and with their unique looking wheelbases with bright playful colours, they hope to make a big impression.
Product link (EU): simwear.euProduct link (UK Affiliate link): Abruzzi.co.uk https://youtu.be/Dq3D9b7eStg What an amazing time for sim racing. Direct drive used to be something that only the super rich could afford. Slowly but surely companies are releasing more affordable, yet highly powered products which give us the incredible detail that direct drive has to offer.This is
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When a subscriber buys a cool new toy but sends it to you for review first, it's pretty exciting. This 20NM wheelbase comes in at around €1,000/$1,000. It uses the same motor as the VRS but gives you more accessories with the base package. The force feedback is incredible, so what's the catch?