Racing Simulator - Fanatec/Forza Combo

In this episode, we gather all of the proper components to build and then test drive our new racing simulator! Although I've loved racing games since the early 80s, this is my first time building and driving anything like this. Thank you for watching and subscribing! Join me on Facebook today! http://www.facebook.com/TomsturboGarage Visit my website at: http://www.turbomirage.com This racing sim consists of the following parts: Xbox 360 Forza Motorsport 4 bundle Fanatec Rennsport Cockpit Forza Motorsport CSR Wheel by Fanatec Forza CSR Elite Pedals by Fanatec Fanatec CSR Shifter set JVC 37" LCD HDTV Model# JLC37BC3002

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Motion-sim - what happens when you hit the wall
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iRacing: My Sim Cockpit - That Guy Went Crazy
Finally I tried my first steps in talking to a camera (without driving) and also video editing...I hope it turned out ok;) T500 Quick Release: YipZone http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRomfV40ggBb43wMXbKjEwA T500 Cooling Fan Mod http://www.gtplanet.net/forum/threads/the-thrustmaster-t500rs-thread.135961 /page-259 Software: SimShiftLight https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=se.lifeon2.simshiftlight Dash Meter Pro https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sensadigit.dashmeterforir acing SimSLI http://simsli.com/ SRW-S1 Dial Utility http://insidesimracing.tv/forums/topic/6450-releasing-srw-s1-dial-utility-b eta-16/ Misc: Sugru http://sugru.com/ Sick Games Entertainment (Hi Alex) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwcUaW2ZtaxMEN7i57hQ6yQ Enjoy Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimracingNC More info about my setup: Computer: MoBo: Gigabyte Z87-D3HP CPU: Intel i5 4670K (not OCed yet) GPU: ASUS R9 280X 3 GB (slightly OCed) RAM: 8 GB DDR3 Monitors: 24'' 16:10 1920x1200 1x Samsung 2433 2x HP LA2405wg Rig: Obutto Ozone with triple monitor mount Wheel: Thrustmaster T500RS modded: DSD wheel adapter + quick release 15 pin VGA connector w/ cables through shaft (I can put on stock rims, SRW-S1 and G25 paddle shifters) 140mm cooling fan integrated to the case Wheel rims: SRW-S1 257mm, G25 rim 270mm, Kart Wheel (red suede with Nexus S) 300mm, Raid Formula (red) 320mm, Mountney GT 330mm, T500 F1 rim (heavily modded;)), G25 paddle shifter unit Pedals: ProtoSimTech PT-1 Prototypes Button Boxes: DIY (based on 1 DSD 32 Button Controller) Dashes: 1 HTC Wildfire (Buzz) running SimShiftLight 2 tablets (ASUS Slider + Transformer) running Dash Meter Pro Misc: TrackIR (rarely used) Many little modifications




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