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what rig should i buy?

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by lorenzo de ciutiis, Jun 17, 2017.

  1. lorenzo de ciutiis

    lorenzo de ciutiis

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    hi guys, i'm here to ask you a suggestion about my new rig
    i'm mostly driving f1 and prototypes and want to switch from my wooden desk to something a little bit serious so which rig should i buy?
    thanks for reading and have a great time
     
  2. Moxley6969

    Moxley6969

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    Whats your budget like ? Size constraints ? Single or Triple ?
     
  3. Beef36

    Beef36

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    Pro Sim's Evolution II rig is a bit more serious and should cover you for both F1 and Prototypes.

    http://www.pro-sim.co.uk/sim-sales/evolution-simulators/

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  4. lorenzo de ciutiis

    lorenzo de ciutiis

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    the max amount of money i want to spend is 1000 euros and i actually don't have a DD wheel for now
     
  5. rocafella1978

    rocafella1978
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    Obutto R3Volution if you ask me, guys with DD wheels even are happy with it.
     
  6. Jeremy Ford

    Jeremy Ford

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    I'd recommend aluminium profile every time, the adjustability beats all turnkey sim rigs and flex free. The new Sim Lab Formula looks pretty good.
     
  7. rocafella1978

    rocafella1978
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    agree 100% alu extrusion! even in future if you don't want your rig, you can simply convert the alu extrusion to whatever else you want it to be.
     
  8. Moxley6969

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    Ive read of many DD user's having to weld up the Wheel adjustment bracket on their Rev's , due to it not being able to handle the extra weight/power of a DD, Pretty sure there's even a picture out there of a Snapped off wheel mount on a Revolution. :confused:
     
  9. signman

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