But Imho you should remove the frame between the seat and the pivot. It adds stress to the actuators significantly, due to leverage. As well you will apply more force to the actuators while pressing the brake. Your bottom should be as close to the pivot as possible.
I dont say that it wont work, but the actuators may wear out faster, and you may hear quite often the overstress beeping sound.
@ Splendiddd: I am very happy with my triple screens setup. I would never go back to single monitor not matter how big it is. I am using 3x 2ms Asus lcd's with Ati HD5870 and Eyefinity technology. I personnaly don't recommand softh option if you can spend a little more on a Ati card ... You will have poor performances with Softh and it was not stable enouph for my tastes. Thx for the tip about the wheel position, I will give it a try for sure!
splendiddd wrote:what are your pc specs?
splendiddd wrote: ... seems your seat is too far forward from the point of the movement of the seat, looks like its at the point of the backrest of the seat.
splendiddd wrote: are that 100 or 150mm actuators?
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