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.
https://youtu.be/tKsaMCiViOE There comes a point in your sim racing upgrade path where your desk setup simply isn't good enough anymore. Rather than upgrading to a fully solid rig, many opt to use a wheel stand. Wheel stands usually come with compromises, but when I saw this Trak Racer FS3 wheel stand it impressed me
https://youtu.be/fAd8DWS2jVM Nothing says "I've made it" in sim racing like a steering wheel with a screen in it. At least, that's how many of us feel. A large number of people race in VR nowadays so this product isn't directly aimed at them. I actually feel like there are two distinct hobbies when it
Product link: https://o-rougeshop.com/Stoel-C1-Ventilated https://youtu.be/0kyomWhNaBc Innovation is one of the most exciting things about sim racing hardware at the moment. Sometimes we come across wacky and wild ideas and every once in a while one of those ideas knocks it out of the park. My gut feeling when I saw this product was that it was
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: https://www.asetek.com/simsports/product/forte-pedals-brake-and-throttle/ Asetek Simsports caused quite a stir with their Hydraulic Invicta pedals just a few months ago. Now that their introductory price has gone back to normal, many have been left yearning for another great deal. Asetek SimSports has responded nice and quickly with these, the Asetek Forte pedals. In short, they're
What happens when an established company with exceptional quality standards enters the sim racing market? What happens when the very foundation of that company is built on people who love racing and treat sim racing like a tool to improve their real life performance? This is the Asetek SimSports Invicta 3 pedal set
https://youtu.be/-eaA_8PnQUc Product link: https://simforge.in/shop/ The sim racing market is relatively straight forward. In general, the more you pay, the better the hardware is, on paper at least. Well this is a concept that we need to begin to unlearn as we see more and more products being released at lower prices than ever before. This
Product Link: https://www.sim-3d.co.uk/product/pedal-rumble-motor-kit/6 They say that simple ideas are often the best. I remember a few years ago when I upgraded my fanatec pedals, I really missed the rumble effect that they allowed and had become quite dependent on being able to feel subtle queues for what the simulator was trying to tell me.