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October 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJGrpOEpdZw It seems like the sim racing world is getting lots of great choice these days when it comes to mid to high end load cell pedals. With that in mind, it can be extremely difficult to differentiate yourself in a relatively crowded market, and these pedals look impressive and on paper and their

Product link: https://digital-motorsports.com/products/simucube-pro-2-direct-drive-wheel-base?aff=2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKMkCmXyazM Sim racing has gone through many evolutions since it emerged in the 80s. In the past few years we have seen another massive leap in the form of Direct Drive force feedback. Simucube is a brand owned by Granite Devices. They basically took the DIY out of getting set up with Direct

Product link: https://digital-motorsports.com/products/cube-controls-formula-csx-2-steering-wheel?aff=2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKlth7eOjYw We all dream of high end hardware. I think it's something that's built in to every hobby. We like to think that higher end hardware makes us better at our hobby and to a certain extent that may be true. But I think it's more than that. Today I get to review

Product link: https://digital-motorsports.com/products/sim-pedals-sprint?aff=2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQi8QLnyghE Introduction Heusinkveld make some of the best looking pedals on the market. Strategically positioned where the consumer market meets the professional market, these pedals pack a punch and feel and look like real race car parts. The thickness of the materials used, coupled with the sleek design make these an amazing center

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANNzV9Z0W2E&t=37s There's only so much that you can feel through the steering wheel when sim racing, regardless of how good or bad your steering wheel base is. Today I'm going to be reviewing the Buttkicker Gamer 2, which I've had for over a year now. The Buttkicker is a rumble motor which reacts to