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bondto
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I had my reservation on its capability but I was conviced by the modular design. And the looks, and the movents, and that its made by a company from Denmark. And I bought one.

It was a blast from first second when I got to test it. And when I learned more about settings (read: I dared adjust more with settings) it just got better and better.

Quality of the machine is very good and the customer service is second to none. I mean people at Fasetech are awesome!

I had little problem with SimTools as I am not good with computers and Fasetech helped me in a heart beat.

I am so happy I made this choice and bought Raicingcube.

I love how gravel road feels under me. I love how I ready myself for an impact while driving over a pothole or a rock. I often close my eyes for a second when I drive off road or hit a tree.

And I will continue doing so. 


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mariachi
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I can fully agree. It's more than fun to own and useing it.

And if you are getting trouble, as I have been, their support is great.

Never loose - win or learn


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JMB-3D
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I've been on board with this from the start, i absolutely love my Race cube it takes pride of place in my games room and works great its looks great too. 

Fasetech Support has been 100% when i needed them, 😊 

My Rig - Fasetech Racing Cube Simulator V2 (4DOF)
HP Reverb V2, Asus ROG STRIX X299-E GAMING Motherboard, Intel Core i9-7900X CPU
Asus GeForce RTX 2080 Ti DUAL OC 11GB ,
Fanatec DD2, v1.5 Shifter, Fanatec Club-sport Formula SW, Hand brake, He Pro Pedals, Carbon fibre bucket seat, Wind Sim,


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gianlu320
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I totally Agree

I use the racing cube with DCS world and it's amazing.

I love it and I also agree on Fasetech support, It's second to none!


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Jani
 Jani
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@mikko Moro Mikko, hyvän näköistä menoa sun demo videolla! Itsekin oon kovasti miettinyt tän alustan hankintaa. Suosittelisitko tätä RacingCUBEa? Muuttuuko ajokokemus niin, että se on liki 9k€ arvoinen? Itse kiinnostaa erityisesti AssettoCorsa virtuaalina, mutta myös Dirt Rally. Ehkä myös lentäminen. Miten kommentoisit tuntumaa ja tiedon välitystä kropalle tiestä, renkaista, pidon menetystä tai auton asennon tunteesta? Kun simuilla ajaa tavallisilla autoilla, tunne jää yleensä vähän vajaaksi Mutta miltä tavalliset autot tuntuvat RacingCUBE:lla, esim Fontenyn tieradalla? Assettoon on myös muutama upee Rallycross rata, miten luonnehtisit RC:n tuntumaan sellaisessa, esim VW Polo:lla? 

Olet ilmeisesti mukana tuossa Racetimessa Oulussa. Harmittaa vietävästi, olin tänä kesänä Oulussa, olisin ehdottomasti testannut teidän setin, mutta eipä tämä tieto mua saavuttanut ajoissa. Onko toiminta käynnissä kuitenkin, ajamaan pääsee?

-Jani
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My Rig:
Fasetech RacingCube Simulator RCv3
HTC Vive Pro2 + 2 light houses + Vive tracker (mounted behind racing seat)
Lenovo Legion T7 i7-11700KF, RTX3080Ti
Fanatec Podium DD1 + Clubsport BMW GT2 V2
Thrustmaster T-LCM pedals
Sparco GRID Q seat


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JMB-3D
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Most recently I’ve been using the race cube as a practice tool for track days, In the past two years I’ve visited Spa, the ring, donnington, snetterton, brands hatch and will be visiting Zolder for the first time very soon.

be able to practice on the sim with Iracing is very helpful and keeps me safer while on track, I must say putting the sim practice to real world is a highly recommended, 

i track my R35GTR

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My Rig - Fasetech Racing Cube Simulator V2 (4DOF)
HP Reverb V2, Asus ROG STRIX X299-E GAMING Motherboard, Intel Core i9-7900X CPU
Asus GeForce RTX 2080 Ti DUAL OC 11GB ,
Fanatec DD2, v1.5 Shifter, Fanatec Club-sport Formula SW, Hand brake, He Pro Pedals, Carbon fibre bucket seat, Wind Sim,


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Jani
 Jani
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@jmb-3d Hi, you are lucky to be able to do track days with a car! Nice ride you got there, I have to say. Some sim tracks are really accurately modeled, it must help you with practicing? With RC you can feel the bumps etc. I live in Finland, but I think there aren't that good tracks here, they are somewhat boring (only fun track that I know of is Ahvenisto in Hämeenlinna). Try Ahvenisto in AC and maybe you like to visit it here in Finland. I think there are track days there too.

My motivation for motion sim racing was to be able try and drive different kind of cars, to get a feel of them, and not having to own a sports car. Our kids are the real money pits...😀. But to be able to drive on tracks around the globe is great. I decided to ditch my dream of having a hobby car (it would have been some kind of Porsche) and invest in Motion Sim. I have to say, that in VR, with a good DD wheel and with RacingCube I can get a feeling about how different many of the vehicles are. For example MB AMS GT3 feels great, I can feel the chassis, it's really different. I really like that car. And in AMS2 the Ginetta 55 Supercup is really fun, RC really helps to feel the car.

Hobby car would need some tracks days and it would consume tyres quite fast. Someone I know has a Porsche Carrera and he used to say, that his rear tyres cost as much as set of four to my station wagon. And he doesn't even do track days.

-Jani
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My Rig:
Fasetech RacingCube Simulator RCv3
HTC Vive Pro2 + 2 light houses + Vive tracker (mounted behind racing seat)
Lenovo Legion T7 i7-11700KF, RTX3080Ti
Fanatec Podium DD1 + Clubsport BMW GT2 V2
Thrustmaster T-LCM pedals
Sparco GRID Q seat


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