Sim Lab GT1 Evo Cockpit Review By The Sim Racing Garage
Barry Rowland of the Sim Racing Garage is reviewing the Sim Lab GT1 Evo Cockpit.
In part one of this review, Barry checks out the included components in the kit and shows us all that went into assembling the Sim Lab cockpit. In part two, Barry mounts his NLR V3 Motion Platform, HPP Pedals, a SimXperience Accuforce V2 Direct Drive Wheel, and an Aiologs Shifter. After a few solid test sessions using iRacing, Barry shares his final thoughts.
The Sim Lab GT1 Evo Sim Racing Cockpit is a 40×80 Aluminum profile based sim-racing chassis and is available in two colors. Its pedal deck is fabricated from 1 piece of aluminum and is compatible with Heusinkveld pro pedals, Fanatec Clubsport + CLS pedals, Thrustmaster and Logitec pedals.
The new GT1 Evo wheel deck design is compatible with Fanatec wheels (including the new podium series DD1 and DD2), Thrustmaster and Logitech wheels. In the near future, a special add-on will be available for MiGe Servo wheels.
A Grey anodized version is retailing at €399.00 (incl. VAT) + shipping, while the Black anodized version is available for €499.00 (incl. VAT)+ shipping.
Official Webpage – sim-lab.eu