Simucube 2 Announcement thread

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#121

Damn!

I zoomed in on the photo as far as I could but still couldn’t find the label with my address :cry:


#122

When you guys planning to ship out first batch of Ultimates? Can’t wait to try it out and shoot a review.


#123

Unless you’re one of the official resellers you won’t find your address on any of those :wink:

Concerning the shipping of the Ultimates; it was announced earlier that they are planned to ship to resellers at/around 30 may.


#124

2 questions …

  1. Which Pimax do you have?
  2. Is there anything in the sim racing world you don’t own? :rofl:

#125

Off topic but is the pimax fine for iracing now or does it still require parallel projections?


#126

Lols :slight_smile:
I have the 5k+, I originally ordered the 8k on the Kickstarter, but after initial reviews came out, I decided to change to the 5k+. Glad to have done so, it is a pretty decent unit.

I don’t have a Motion-sim, perhaps one day, hehe.

@Robert: I am running a 2080ti, no need for parallel projections, I have it unticked. SPS ticked in the iRacing GUI, pretty good solid performance.


#127

Thanks! i got a 2080ti also so that’s good new on not needing PP. Probably can max it out with wide fov. might have to renew for 1yr with the deal they gave.


#128

Welcome back to iRacing :slight_smile:


#129

I’m a little iritated. what are the differences between sport and pro filters? on the Simucube side there doesn’t seem to be one. on Racewerk there are probably 2 filters the sport does not have. it would be nice to know where the difference is except Nm


#130

Like you say, only difference is,
+7Nm,
2 more filters,
And it uses 2 separate external psu instead of 1 that the Sport uses.


#131

how about drift settings?
Is that easy achievable with the new Simucube software?

As far as i know with Simcube 1 there where not easy to tune in because there were also changes needed in granity.


#132

all the relevant settings that affect driving feel were available in Simucube Configuration Tool for Simucube 1, and they are also present in Simucube 2 True Drive.


#133

so have the manuals been made available?


#134

no yet, we are in process of writing the manual still. It should appear on the website as soon as its ready for it.


#135

I think @Da_Masta may be referring to FEV over speed setting we used to set it quite low which sometimes caused a fault


#136

That is indeed a fault limit parameter that does not affect the driving feel in any way.


#137

Yes we had some issues with a drifting team when they were spinning the wheel it caused a fault we had to increase the value


#138

i hope there are no troubles with this on Simucube 2 , because i will surely drift much with the wheel.


#139

Why have tested it no issues at all


#140

There were no issues on Simucube 1 with this either. It was a simple case of opening up the limit on tuning parameter FEV. I have mentioned this several times in my build-logs.

On Simucube2, this is done automatically and end-user will not be able to access servo configuration parameters, as it is not needed.

Cheers,
Beano