SimXPro FR DD Formula Rig
Get into position with The SimXPro® FR formula rig. This Formula Rig fits with the LusoMotors MK-8 2S seats but can also be equipped with other brands and types. If you want to settle for a little less then the XF(R) models the FR is the way to go. You will get the reinforced FR sim rig with Direct Drive Front mount and Profile pedal deck for high force load cell pedals.
If you want to settle for a little less than the XF(R) models and you use a direct drive wheelbase the FR DD is the way to go.
Just like all of our other rigs is the FR coated with our Satin Black powder coating and is constructed with 4040, 4080 and 40120 aluminum extrusion profiles. Not all aluminum profiles in the market are the same. There is a lot of difference in the quality and density of the profiles. SimXPro uses European, high quality profiles. The FR can hold a normal DD.
Seat not included.
Different versions available:
FR - 1S = Specially for the Lusomotors 1S seats.
FR = For the LusoMotors 2S, our basic seat and other seats with normal seat mounts.
FR - DD = This reinforced version is standard equipped with our profile pedal deck and a front mount of choice.
Front mount options:
Fanatec DD1/DD2 Side-to-front mount
8 mm hardened steel
All Fanatec DD's with side mount (CSL not supported)
Universal front mount
8 mm hardened steel
OSW Mige 130 series
SimuCube 2 Sport, Ultimate and Pro
Base frame dimensions: Ca. 1300x580x650mm
Weight: Ca. 32 KG
Tips to get in the right position:
Most important for you is that it feels good to be in this positions for hours.
Food for thoughts: Legs should be almost stretched at your maximum braking point, still slightly bend, not fully extended (!) Your knees should be behind your wheel(base).
Wheel base around shoulder height, wheel shaft pointing in the direction of your neck/chin. The tip of your toes on the edge of being visible behind your wheelbase.
Most important factor is the seat. Your body weight should be equally divided from your legs to your neck.
Where to start?
First thing is your seating position, then the wheel followed by your pedals and then in the final stage your monitor(s).
Picture of the SimXPro XF + Sparco GP seat for reference, this is not the same rig as the SimXPro FR.
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