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What's a good racing seat?

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by Mohamedou Ari, Mar 16, 2013.

  1. Mohamedou Ari

    Mohamedou Ari
    F1 Sim Racer & #1 St. Bernard Lover on RD Premium

    I'm focused on my exams coming up on the 10 April, and, if I pass this exam, my father will buy me a Logitech G27 and a racing seat.

    I have a Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Exp wheel, which I have learned to deal with its limits. But, my bottom is quite uncomfortable sitting for long periods of time.
  2. FerrariMan96


    Well, I have an rSeat EVO v3, which I love. It has no centre pole, so your legs are free to move (especially good when using clutch) and it is also extremely stable. It also is very adjustable and is pre-drilled for Logitech, Fanatec and Thrustmaster wheels, pedals and shifters so it has some flexibility if you we're to upgrade in the future (a big selling point IMHO).

    Only negative I can think of is that some people complain about the bottom cushion being a little thin and uncomfortable, however whilst I can feel that it's a little thin, I personally don't find it to be a problem. In saying that, I don't ever spend more than 1-2 hours at once, so maybe it's something that becomes apparent with longer stints. Still, I would highly recommend it :)
  3. Tim Meuris

    Tim Meuris

    I've been lookin around at those various racingseatsites
    if u want to take a look for yourself, here's the whole list:

    but after going through all of this
    I think the gtomega pro offers the best bang for your buck
    and it looks good as well!
    hope u find what u're lookin for
  4. William Levesque

    William Levesque

    I have a Obutto V2 Simracing :)

    (Just before the new Evolution one that came out not too long ago)