Aiologs Sequential Shifter VS Heusinkveld Sim Shifter Sequential
Sim Racing Corner published a comparison showdown review focusing on the differences and similarities between the Heusinkveld Sim Shifter Sequential and the Aiologs SQ Shifter. Both units are rated high-quality, and will most certainly meet your expectations. Sim Racing Corner tries to find out which is the best in class.
Aiologs SQ Shifter
- Nonlinear push (ball springs)
- USB HID Joystick (Windows 10/8/7/vista/xp)
- Included desk clamp (default) or plate for 80/20
- 2xM5 thread on the bottom for custom mounting
- Rod 12mm compatibility with any car handle
- Precision construction with shafts and bearings
- Compact design and good force (torsion springs)
Price: On Pre-Order at 165 USD + Shipping
More info – shop.aiologs.net
Heusinkveld Sim Shifter Sequential
The Heusinkveld Sim Shifter Sequential is a durable and compact sequential shifter system. Using a ball spring resistance system, shifting requires an early peak force after which resistance drops just as in real cars. The shifter comes with various lengths of shifter levers as well as shifter knobs, allowing for maximum adjustability.
It has specifically been designed to mimic short throw sequential shifters. These can often be found in junior formula racing cars.
Price: Starting from €209 + Shipping
More info – heusinkveld.com
Official Webpages – aiologs.net – heusinkveld.com