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New Clamp-On Tabletop Handlebar Systems

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by doubledragoncc, Jan 14, 2013.

  1. doubledragoncc

    doubledragoncc

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    New Clamp-On Tabletop Handlebar Systems

    For Street Bikes

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    For MotoX and those who want a horizontal axis

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  2. Lee Knight

    Lee Knight

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    Any chance of some prices for both these & the sit on version please?
    Im looking forward to finally being able to try GPBikes properly with one of these...
    Sorry if you've already answered this question elsewhere...
    Oh, & just a thought, would it help to streamline production if the 2 above samples were combined?
    Sort of undo a couple of knobs or latches & then slide or swivel into the other position?
    Either way, good on you for attempting something to fill the void!:thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
  3. doubledragoncc

    doubledragoncc

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    OK, I am getting really to thinking people here dont read what I post!!! SO. Here is a simple summary of facts.

    A: I build MY own systems
    B: The handlebar controls come complete with my gearing system, pre wired, pre cabled and configured.
    C: I dont make toys!!!
    D: The throttle, front brake, clutch and steering are all going through a separate gear to each potentiometer of their own.
    E: I dont destroy G25/27 system function, I replace the foot controls completely with a D9 Sub.
    F: I build each unit by hand
    G: I use Steel, Ali and not plastic
    H: Each system takes a week to build
    I: I custom build, how deep are your pockets?
    J: Yes I ride in real life, for 36 years now and 7 as a professional medical courier
    K: I ship world wide
    L: I like women
    M: If I sent you the system in parts you could not build it and make it work correctly
    N: You cant break the system, it will break you first
    O: I throw a lot of the parts on the floor to see if they break after I build them
    P: I am not Logitech
    Q: I am trying to give not take to the community
    R: Every system is modular, you can upgrade
    S: Simply live for this ****
    T: Try making one yourself if you dont like mine
    U: U need to know what your talking about before you comment about my systems
    V: V makes me think of women again
    W: My systems WILL give you satisfaction
    X: Xpect to see a system for cars and bikes soon
    Y: You need to learn to read a post at least twice
    Z: The end

    Ok thought I would add some points and lightness to the post. Here are the pics from the CLamp on frame I made today, not finished yet but you will get the idea. I also included a pic of the original prototype gearbox for the handlebars so you might understand the bars come COMPLETE.

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    This is the Clamp-On system I built today

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    The Clamp-On system will come with a wooden base over the top mount where you can put a keyboard, your coke cola or beer

    Hope this answers a few questions
     
  4. Patroclus

    Patroclus

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    This piece looks promising. I have no room in my office for the riding setup. Having a handlebar controller with the same footprint as my simwheel is necessary.