Slip-Angle Directional Feedback
Vibrations are generated in several places in the car; the engine and gearshift movements provide great immersion, but the feedback through the tyres is paramount, as it provides information about the track.
The mounts orient the transducers in the right direction and location to provide both general chassis vibration and directional circuit feedback. Just like a car.
Isolate Your Races
Vibration is a repetitive cyclic movement, therefore your plant must be able to move freely to use the force generated by the transducers. Rubber can be used as an insulator, but it has a much higher modulus of elasticity than springs, limiting any movement. And it is a natural damper, reducing the effects.
Without the freedom to move, your plant either has very limited movement or is forced off the ground, creating noise and vibrations that are transmitted through the floor. Springs suspend the plant in tension, allowing it to move freely, and have very little cushioning, harnessing most of the force generated by the transducers.
Place the Road Under Your Simulator
- The hardware you need to put your converters on 8020 installations
- By combining springs and transducers, a wider range of feedback is possible
- External confirmations offer a mix of directional and overall feedback
- Keeps your rig off the ground so you, and everyone else, can race in peace