I'm really loving the seat aye. It's infinitely better than the desk clamp job I had running before.
After my initial setup. I had some issues with the pedal set slipping as I slammed the heal and toe braking technique. After a quick trip to Bunnings to purchase a couple of M6 bolts, they were locked in place and felt at the perfect angle.
The seat itself is really comfy, and I managed a good 6 or 7 solstice races on the Saturday, with very little fatigue. (Won 3 of them by the way!)
My only gripe so far is that I'm 6ft1 but like the steering wheel close to my body. I found that having the wheel on the longest setting - I couldn't tighten the bolts up enough to prevent the wheel from 'rocking.' So I had to settle for the 2nd hole. As Bennet mentioned in his review, there's a little bit of flex in the steering mount due to the way it was designed. It's not an issue, however I have to sometimes make sure I don't hang my hands too heavily on the wheel or it ends up flexing and touching my knees.
Overall though it's a great product, and coupled with the G27, I've got a great setup - all thanks to GoN
I hope Bennet doesn't mind that I haven't taken F1 2010 out of it's case yet... I don't think I will anytime soon either, iRacing's just too good.
I.esus wrote:can the shifter easily be placed on either side with little hassle?
Yes - the frame is symmetrical, and only involves the removal of 2 bolts.