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Discussion in 'Driver's Lounge' started by THE_KART96, Sep 29, 2010.
Wait, what do you mean, where did you put the new fan if not in the same place.?:sCo_chinscratch:
It was originally on the top cover of the wheel, on top of the heat sink, which is positioned on the side of the motor. Thrustmaster moved it to beside the heat sink in later versions of the wheel. That is were I installed the new fan.
Complete new setup.
DSC_0277 by Jimmy1971 posted Dec 28, 2017 at 2:26 PM
DSC_0274 by Jimmy1971 posted Dec 28, 2017 at 2:26 PM
Oh sweet, that's a nice rig!
Awesome set up Jimmy !!! Fanatec make some great gear!!!
When I purchased my Fanatec ClubSport pedals I also purchased the Brake Performance Kit. Yesterday I finally decided to give them a try. I didn't want the brake to be to stiff, so I installed the 2 softest elastomers.
So what started as a good feeling brake is now a perfect feeling brake. Before doing the change I had the preload at 3.5, travel was still good but the compression didn't feel right. Now I have the preload at 1 and the amount of travel and the compression feel great. The Damper is set at the same spot as before at 4.
So, for you guys with V3 pedals, I highly recommend the Performance Kit.
Cool setup there Jimmy!!
I found some old pictures I had saved on a cd.
Here's my first racing setup from September 2008, just before I got my Obutto.
245 by Jimmy1971 posted Feb 16, 2018 at 5:53 PM
You've come a long way Jimmy. Stepping up to the Obutto and Fanatec must make for a great driving experience!
A local non-profit that saves the lives of cats and dogs has a monthly auction, this month they had a number of items by Puma. I got these shoes that go for $90 USD for $28 CND. The only thing wrong with them is a pen mark on the side of one shoe. I might make my brake pedal a little more stiff now that I have some proper racing shoes and start driving more BMW's.
DSC_0281 by Jimmy1971 posted Mar 25, 2018 at 5:27 PM