Hi, Wanted to ask… is it any way to move from MMos to Simucube from the original Ollie kit ? I have not touched the software or updated anything from the original build. The MMos version running is 0.91.
The wheel has no problems whatsoever. just thinking if I can… maybe I would try to move it over to Simucube if that is even possible.
Yes Beano Have not been on iracing since the McLaren last F1 contest. Iracing hurt me so bad.Cause of what they did to the F1 series. Went to the Sim Expo at The Ring and spoke to Steve in person about the future of the F1 series. But he was not very clear if there would even be a future in F1 on Iracing. So I took a break from Iracing and moved over to Sim Racing Systems. Doing the same thing as I did with Iracing …driving F1 only and trying to get to the top 50 in USA and top 50 Worldwide in Sim Racing Systems. Not to far off for the USA side think I am #62 and around 1100 drivers to go worldwide think I am #1156 changes a bit fast…Same concept I had with Iracing reaching the top tier with clean consistent driving.
But it was so good to see the name Beano on my reply. I could not think of anyone in the world I would rather help me with this…all most passed out …when I seen your name. SO COOL… I hope you and your family are safe. I know you was doing a massive amount of traveling…PLEASE STAY INSIDE for now…
I have a race this week think WED. So I will try everything after WED this week.
You could buy a Simucube board and use the existing power supply and IONI. Then you could upgrade to the Simucube software.
Most of the old wiring and the discovery adapter board will no longer be needed.
You may even be able to sell the discovery for a couple dollars, or be a nice guy and donate it to someone who had one fail. I know there were a few people looking for one just recently.
If you are fairly capable mechanically and with software it is not that difficult.
If you are in the USA I can help you out.
You can throw it all out, just retain the main 48v psu. You can also reuse the Ioni itself, but you will need to source a Simucube, as Joe has mentioned. Once you’re ready, I can post the wiring schematic here.
You will also retain the servo encoder cable as is, no worries there, only minor changes retiring the UVW&E connection on the servo power cable, to the new Simucube connector. All in all a pretty simple change-over.
Welcome back though, please stay safe that side too