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Sim Hardware Forum

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by Brian Clancy, Sep 5, 2010.

  1. This is just a quick reminder to everyone to remember to take a look at the Sim Hardware Section HERE. We have a number of reviews due to be posted soon on SymProjects products, a number of competion give aways due soon too as well as all the tutorials, Ideas and general hardware chat!

    Just to whet the appetite, here are a few pics of a new unit I have just built to showcase the Symprojects range of products. Its a fully functional Rev counter with a 3 digit digital Speedo, gear indicator and two programmable shift lights. This and much more can be found at the forum, so take a look and get involved!

    84small.jpg This unit was made using Symprojects revburner board, SPD-I speedo board and the GI-Max gear indicator board.

    small.jpg All three of these units will be reviewed very soon

    96small.jpg And after the review I will be giving them away in a series of competitions!

    92small.jpg Dont just 'clamp' a wheel to your desk, Build a REAL cockpit and get immersed in the game, get involved!

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  2. Dan Long

    Dan Long
    Sky Speed Sports driver in the RDLMS GTE Class Premium Member

    awesome matee, nice ot see your driving the p2 at daytona ;)
  3. nice :) I am going to get in to this, just got me a racing seat so I need some custom cool stuff just like this
  4. Pieter Theron

    Pieter Theron
    Premium Member

    The addition of the Sim Hardware forum was really a great idea. At least now we'd know if something is good or crap before we go and buy stuff :)
  5. some very cool stuff, have to keep an eye out for these competions,
  6. Kris Vickers

    Kris Vickers
    Hardware Staff

    Clever sod aren`t you?!!?

    Looking real nice now Clancy.... almost professional like lol

    Look forward to many more of your creations matey