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Any thoughts on new line of Rseat rigs? P1, B1, C1 and G1

Procrastinator1

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currently have an N1 which is decent enough, but was contemplating going to an 8020 rig to add in flight controls. Seems like the new rseat B1 supports dual purpose sims. Anyone order one yet and have any first hand experience with them?
 

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I might be a little late but I just posted my review of the B1 here. The rig is very well made and excellent for sim racing. I don't have flight accessories, but the chassis seems like it would work great for those as well. I chose the B1 over an 80/20 rig because I liked the fit/finish/implementation better and because the final price ended up being lower. RSEAT had all the accessories I wanted too since I didn't really care about things like a headphone hanger or cup holder. You really can't go wrong with either an 80/20 or RSEAT B1. I would not hesitate to recommend the RSEAT B1 though.
 
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