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-King-

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#31 12 years ago
Beef FlapsSounds good. We'll hook up later and wreck some foos. Don't wanna hear no jibba jabba foo./

Yep, not later as in later today cause it's 7am and I ain't slept. Gotta stay up for day to get sleeping pattern right. So I'm not gonna setting up wheel when my eyes are half closed. But soon, add my msn if you want. By the way I thought I saw you posting abit back about some other flash MOMO wheel you were going to get, with a clutch an so on, what happened to that?




Guns4Hire

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#32 12 years ago
-King-Yep, not later as in later today cause it's 7am and I ain't slept. Gotta stay up for day to get sleeping pattern right. So I'm not gonna setting up wheel when my eyes are half closed. But soon, add my msn if you want. By the way I thought I saw you posting abit back about some other flash MOMO wheel you were going to get, with a clutch an so on, what happened to that?

I can't race until Sat/Sun night either. Working now.

Yes, I am getting that wheel with the clutch. I have it bookmarked at home, will post it later. It's like 900 bucks but I am hardcore like that.




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#33 12 years ago

This is it King.

I was going to get a TSW but they don't have any sort of force feedback yet.

http://ecci6000.com/consumerhome.htm $1158 http://ecci6000.com/6000_combo_01.htm

Not exaclty FF (which is not really usefull) but it looks sweet.

At ECCI, our position is that force feedback steering wheel effects in racing simulations are purely gaming effects and do not reflect a real world experience. Although they may be of some use to those who can read them, they most often are disruptive to control for someone relying on their real world driving instincts. Drawing on real world racing experience, we at ECCI understand that tire feedback and vehicle collision effects do not primarily manifest themselves in steering wheel reactions. ECCI's Monopoint cam resistance system was developed to allow the sim racer to drive intuitively through a completely fluid, seamless interface.

ECCI's Monopoint-II is the latest version of this system. A camshaft precisely governs steering resistance at every wheel angle. Friction is completely eliminated because the entire mechanism is ball-bearing suspended. Every impulse is immediately translated into control input.

The Monopoint-II is also fully adjustable in steering characteristics. Maximum tension and centering feel around neutral are independently adjustable, as is total rotataional travel: 180 degrees to 240 degrees. Only ECCI offers such precise tailoring of steering parameters.

Since 1998, ECCI's innovative FLDS Fluid Damped Steering system has set a new standard of realism for directional control. The FLDS system consists of a rotary fluid damper, belt-driven from the steering shaft. The fundamental effect of the damper is to add "weight" to the steering and even out rapid wheel movements. This effect dramatically enhances steering stability and significantly reduces the tendency toward velocity-induced over-correction.

Fully ball bearing suspended and free from friction, ECCI's FLDS allows force and velocity of wheel movement to respond at a minute level. The damping effect does not limit subtle corrections of steering line, but increases proportionately with velocity of wheel movement. Quick, extreme movement will be resisted, while slow and subtle movement will not. The result is wheel movement stabilization that cannot be achieved by any other means. ECCI stands alone in offering such technology to the sim-racer.