Sim Lab TR1 Review By Sim Racing Source
A few weeks ago, Dan DiMaggio from Sim Racing Source shared his first impressions of the Team Redline branded Sim-Lab TR1 aluminum profile Sim Racing Cockpit. After putting in some solid test sessions, Dan now presents his full review of the Sim Lab TR1.
The Sim Lab TR1 cockpit is available via the Sim Lab Website starting at €499.00 + shipping. Check out the official Sim Lab Store page for more details.
Introducing the Team Redline TR1 chassis! An evolution on the GT2 chassis were the GT2 emphasized on a compact setup for Servo Drive Wheels, the TR1 focuses on compatibility and ease of use. The re-designed wheel-deck has been extended making getting in and out easier.
The Pedal deck is manufactured from a single sheet of thick 5 mm aluminum with the folds giving it structural integrity to handle the forces that are generated by braking. Also, the pedal deck can be mounted in a different position and the angle is adjustable. The wheel-deck also can be tilted with the 2 levers on the side. The wheel-deck pre-cut mounting patterns cover all-wheel setups from Fanatec, Thrustmaster and Logitech. The same counts for the pedal deck, with additional pre-cut holes for mounting Heusinkveld Pro Pedals.
The 40-series slot 8 mm anodized profiles create an extremely flexible base for mounting and adjusting the rig to anyone’s liking. With the slots running on all sides of the profile, adjusting upright and seat position can be easily be done.
Wheel Deck Compatibility:
- Fanatec Club Sport Wheels
- Fanatec Elite wheel series
- Fanatec Podium DD wheels
- Thrustmaster wheels (T500RS, TC-PS, TS-XW, T300RS, T-GT)
- Logitech G25, G27, G29
- AccuForce V1/V2
Pedal deck Compatibility:
- Fanatec Club Sport Pedals all versions
- Fanatec Elite pedals
- Thrustmaster T3PA pedals
- Logitech G27/G28 pedals
- Heusinkveld PRO pedal set
- Rubber feet
- Weight – 30000 g
- Dimensions: 1200 × 520 × 650 mm
Official Webpage – sim-lab.eu