Barry Rowland of the Sim Racing Garage reviews the HBP Handbrake buy the Chinese Moza Racing sim racing peripheral brand. As usual, Barry takes the product through the famous SRG review process.
It’s also great to see that there is an SRG Thrustmaster T818 DD Wheel review on the way.
- Intro: 0:00
- Closer Look: 0:50
- Tension Adjustments: 07:47
- Handle Mounting Options: 20:27
- Look Inside: 27:43
- Mounted to Cockpit: 31:34
- Pit House Software Options: 33:05
- Driving: 38:44
- Final Thoughts: 41:58
The HBP Handbrake body is CNC machined out of aviation-grade aluminum and has received an anodized finish. The handbrake lever can be mounted horizontally or vertically, with adjustable angles.
The rebound strength and brake travel can be set by replacing the springs. Users can also choose the stop position according to personal preferences.
The handbrake movement is measured by a 16-bit non-contact angle sensor making the init virtually maintenance-free. The Handbrake can be directly connected to the PC via USB, or to a Moza wheelbase or Moza hub that features a handbrake port.
While the handbrake can easily be mounted to most sim racing rigs, Moza Racing optionally offers a table-clamp made of high-strength steel which can accommodate desktops up to 60mm thick.
The Moza Racing HBP Handbrake is available via the official website for €109.00 VAT excluded + shipping. The Table clamp is available for €32.00 VAT excluded + shipping. Estimated handling time: 15 business days.
- Handbrake base
- Handbrake lever
- 1 x Philips screwdriver
- 1 x Flathead screwdriver
- 1 x Spring (blue color)
- 2 x Hex screws
- 2 x data cables (USB-b, RJ45)
- 2 x hex screws (come with flat pads, spring pads, and nuts)
- 2 x umbrella head screws (come with flat pads)3 x
- Allen wrenches
- 1 x Damper
- 2 x Damper spacers
Official Webpage – mozaracing.com