GT2 sim racing chassis

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

549.00

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*updated manual V1.1*

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Description

The GT2 cockpit is designed around the concept of front mounting, compact size, ergonomic use and rigidity that aluminium profiles offer. The use of custom made lasercut brackets makes this sim rig simple, but versatile in setup. Front mounting has the big advantage of clearing up the knee room which makes the experience more comfortable. The inclined uprights (60 degree angle) also improves comfort and sports a leaner looking rig setup.

The dashboard mount makes it possible to mount both small and large MiGe (ST130), the Bodnar SimSteering System 50 range and the Fanatec club sport wheel V1/V2/V3. With the clamping lever it is possible to quick adjust the angle (inclination) of the wheel.

Included in the kit:
  • Aluminium profiles
  • GT2 bracket set
  • Bolts and nuts for wheel and pedal mounting
  • Adjustable feet
  • Levers for quick adjusting
  • Spare bolts and nuts for connecting seat brackets etc.
Key Features:
  • Reinforced uprights
  • Movable seat position
  • Steering wheel position fully adjustable
  • Pedal position adjustable forward and backwards
  • Easily upgradable with extra shifter mounts
Front mounting version compatible with:
  • Fanatec Club sport pedals V1/V2/V3/V3 inverted
  • Fanatec Club Sport Wheel
  • Direct drive wheels (Bodnar, OSW)
  • Heusinkveld Pedals and baseplate
  • All pedal sets that are fixated with bolts from top to down
Wheeldeck version compatible with:
  • Thrustmaster & Logitech wheels using clamp, or hard mounting with universal wheel deck
  • All wheels using desk clamp
  • Heusinkveld Pedals and baseplate
  • All pedal sets that are fixated with bolts from top to down
Specification:
  • Aluminium profiles and mounting materials
  • Aluminium profile type: 40 mm slot 8 mm
  • GT2 chassis dimensions: ~1300 mm x 500 mm (Length x width outer dimensions, depending on pedal deck config)
  • Steering wheel height adjustability: max ~650 mm
  • Suitable for +200cm body length
Not Included in the kit:
  • Racing Seat
  • Mounting plates (shifter, wheel deck)
  • Mounting point for shifter: https://sim-lab.eu/product/gt2-side-mount/
Shipping:
  • Separate profile package
  • Separate brackets package

Additional information

Weight 25000 g
Dimensions 1300 x 500 x 700 mm
Type

Front mounting, Wheeldeck

2 reviews for GT2 sim racing chassis

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    This is the first product I’ve ordered from Sim Lab and the first sim-rig I have owned although i’ve been sim-racing since 2010 on and off. The rig came in 3 packages all of which were well strapped together in plastic ties and then boxed. The first pack contained the aluminium extrusion, the second held the fasteners (great fasteners by the way I suffered no rounding of the allen key heads they were all of the highest quality) and the final package containing the various plates that are used to bring the rig together.
    The manual does need some studying if your a first time builder of this type of rig and it also helps to look at the various pictures here on the website but there’s nothing that cant be undone and moved around which is also this type of rigs strong point its extremely adjustable (Im 6’2″ and it fits me just fine with room to spare)!
    All in all I’m over the moon with the GT2 its strong, compact easily adjustable and has alot of upgrade potential (i’m looking forward to fitting an OSW to this in the near future).
    Very very happy!

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Very nice rig! I was looking for a rig that’s both compact and rigid and i must say that this was the perfect choice for me.
    At first i was a bit sceptical about the angle of the two uprights and if they could hold the high forces and fast movements of the wheel, but with the cross sections and extra profile sections bolted all tight together i could felt right from the start that it is a strong construction.
    I made a small video to test how the rig would flex and cope with all the forces when used with a direct drive wheel. As you can see the movements are very little:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIoT_1qgWLU&t=46s

    Good stuff!

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