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  1. #91
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    Quote Originally Posted by SLuisHamilton View Post
    Armadinejad proof cockpit, but in a destruction derby with cockpits you must lose to mine.
    im using a fan too by my side. lol
    Lolol...this fan is the most important component of my new cockpit

  2. #92
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    I have a big fan in my racing room, too. The room is only about 8' x 10', and with the computer, three monitors, sub amp for the sound system, and two 120-watt subs for the six bass shakers, it gets hot!

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    Same here

    I now have a very big floor standing fan,

    I might get another as its summer time and it only takes about 15mins for the room to get very hot

    Might look into a small air con unit for the summers, amazing how much a pc sim room heat produces lol

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    Not a bad idea on the A/C unit there. Not sure about England, but here in the US you can get A/C units that can be rolled around a bit with an exhaust hose that gets put into the window of the room. Very handy if you have to move things around a bit to get setup, and you can direct the air flow onto your PC to help it run cooler.
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  5. #95
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    working in my staring wheel
    Attachment 4003

  6. #96
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    New video of my WIP' cockpit.
    I hope you like that music

  7. #97
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    Very Nice, and yes I like the music.
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    CST Pedals, V8 Seq shifter ,3x46", simvibe,O/S: W7 64, LBod w, WW QR,WW shaft

  8. #98
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    Here is mine:

    http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3769/9...b645489e_z.jpg
    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7393/9...9540e568_z.jpg
    http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2813/9...a537fcde_z.jpg
    http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2838/9...9cf0b5fd_z.jpg

    $120 worth of materials (w/o seat).

    ProSIM GT1 full specs:
    • Adjustable Wheel Mount; Distance, Angle, and Height
    • Adjustable Pedal Mount; Standard or Reversed
    • Shifter Mount / Mouse Pad
    • DSD Sequential Shifter Mount
    • Articulating Keyboard Holder
    • PC Table Top/Seat Mount
    • Beer holder


    I am selling the DIY plans for a small fee in the hopes of kickstarting my next project - ProSIM Formula 1 Cockpit

    ProSIM F1 Photos:
    Righ complies with FIA technical regulations. Seat is recessed 1 inch to accommodate padding (or expanding foam if you prefer).

    Photo 1: http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y53.../ProSIMF12.png
    Photo 2: http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y53...ProSIMF12b.png

    Overlayed on a Sauber F1
    Photo 3: http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y53...ProSIMF12c.png

    With Enclosure also complying with FIA technical regulations.
    Photo 4: http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y53...ProSIMF12d.png

    Interior (bare) Perspective
    Photo 5: http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y53...ProSIMF12e.png


    Here is my website if anyone's interested: www.ProjectSimulation.webs.com


    Quick vid with GT1:


  9. #99
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    Sim Cockpits

    I'm interested in this. Is it made of that plastic PVC piping stuff?

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    MANCAVE!

    My son and I used to have our rigs upstairs in the loft, but we had to use headphones. Moved downstairs into the spare room where its cooler in the summer and CRANK IT UP, no more headphones! Simple ABS plastic pipe cheap to build your choice of seat. I went with a race seat for mine, my son grabbed one from the wrecker and painted his chassis silver. I'll enclose a pdf with instructions.
    Going triple 40" LCD 1080P next...
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    Intel i7-2600 CPU @ 3.40GHz Quad Core 12.0 GB RAM NVIDIA GeForce GTX650 G25 NIXIM Brake Mod 40 inch LCD 1080P and 24 inch Acer LED Logitech Z-5500 5.1 Surround Sound PVC Cockpit

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