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Old 10-16-2020, 05:59 AM   #3
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Join Date: Jul 2014
Chapter/Region: Tri-State
Location: SLC and Lake Placid
2005 92x Aero


Thanks for the insight. Obviously I never know what the future holds, but right now I don't have any desire to become competitive. Mostly it will be practice and to get to know tracks, learn lines and hone skills. I'm not a gamer and don't currently own a system or even an actual computer right now. Broke it several years ago and just never felt the urge to replace it. I'll check out fanatec and start there.

I'm not planning on rushing into this. I'll start gathering equipment as I can. Graphics and minimizing lag are important. I probably will start off with a PS4 just because of cost initially. The aspects I'm most concerned with are gear. Making sure the pedals are at the proper spacing and height, wheel placement, shifter and handbrake height and distance, monitor placement, etc. Really making sure I get a rig that has a lot of adjustability or is easy to customize if I have to fab up some brackets to change something.
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