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Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by tony wright, Jul 7, 2019.

  1. tony wright

    tony wright

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    I have the above fitted to my aluminium profile rig and would like to know if anyone could tell me how to adjust the initial seat position?

    Once I start Simcommander 4 the normal movement backwards and forwards takes place and I'm now ready to load a game profile. I would prefer the initial seat position to be slightly reclined before I start driving and wonder if it’s possible to adjust using the soft wear rather than trying to adjust the actuators.
     
  2. tony wright

    tony wright

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    Sorted now:thumbsup:
     
  3. slikk66

    slikk66

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    How do you like it??
     
  4. tony wright

    tony wright

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    Loving it:thumbsup:. Prefer subtle, over aggressive motion, so easy to tune using the telemetry settings. Only regret is I won’t be able to convert to traction loss as it’s fitted to my aluminium profile rig.
     
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  5. Joe Extraknow

    Joe Extraknow

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    The SimXperience traction loss is fantastic!
    Great feel on oversteering. I had mine for years, until I rebuilt my rig replaced with SCN6 using SimTool for the traction loss. I regret. SimTool traction loss just feel not right, could not make work. SimXperience SCN5 seat mover is wise choice, which I believe is best seat mover out there. The speed and resolution of the SCN5 coupled with their SC4 SW are unparalleled to other seat mover solutions.

    Congratulation!
     
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