Dardoo G920 Gaming Simulator Cockpit Frame,fit for Logitech G27/G25/G29, Thrustmaster T80 T150 TX F430 Racing Wheel Stand, Wheel
- 【Flange Structure】: The racing cockpit is designed by flange structure, and each joint is fixed with 4 large screws to provide professional, stable and safe driving equipment for professional racing drivers.
- 【Round Tube Structure】: The stable structure of 50mm round pipe can bear greater load. The fashionable streamlined design takes the appearance of real racing car as the model, and you can feel the feeling of real racing car at home.
- 【Multi Position Adjustment】: The steering wheel platform supports 6 adjustment positions, the angle can be adjusted between 0-45 °, the height also has 120mm adjustment space, and the pedal platform also has three gears. This can make your hands and feet more comfortable during the game.
- 【Seats Adaptation】: The width of the seat frame of our frame can be adjusted and mounting holes are reserved. In this way, our frame can match most seats in the market, and even DIY drilling can be considered to install car seats.
- 【Compatible With Most Wheels】: This is a universal design steering wheel frame, which is suitable for almost all Logitech, fanatec, throstmaster series racing wheels, pedals and gears, especially for Logitech G25, G27, g29 and g920 racing wheels, struthmaster t300rs and TX f458.
|Dimensions||23.6 × 23.6 × 7.3 cm|
The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
23.6 x 23.6 x 7.3 inches; 42.65 Pounds
|Date First Available||
November 10 2021
7 reviews for Dardoo G920 Gaming Simulator Cockpit Frame,fit for Logitech G27/G25/G29, Thrustmaster T80 T150 TX F430 Racing Wheel Stand, Wheel
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Good frame, bad hardwareSo to start: a racing wheel and racing frame is the best way to experience driving games. Likewise with a flight stick on one of these frames. I love this setup.That’s not to say it’s perfect: there are three things I would change.I bought this racing sim frame for me and the kiddo. We put it together on Saturday and were driving by Saturday afternoon.The frame definitely works well with the Logitech G920 wheel and pedals. With a 900-degree force feedback wheel, an H-Shifter, and a good monitor and sound system, this feels a lot like being on the open road.The biggest problem is that the nuts that came with the rig are not well made. About half the nuts were loose on the bolts and could not be tightened down. So I had to run to the hardware store and get more nuts – but the problem there is that the local home improvement stores do not have metric sizes, so I had to get bolts AND nuts. So either pick up a bag of 40 M8 hex nuts, or pick up a set of matching nuts and bolts of either M8 or 5/16″ diameter.While you’re at it, get a good socket set and metric hex wrench set, too, since the tools that come with this thing are useless. One of the hex wrenches was actually stripped at one end.Other minor problems are: the holes where the foot plate mounts to the tubing don’t have any reinforcement, so you basically crush the tubing as you tighten the bolts holding the foot plate in place. This is not good. This should have been made with a welded bracket, similar to the one that holds the shifter arm.Also, the riser for the seat looks flimsy. I plan on buying another riser to allow me to get the seat a bit higher up. I want the seat to be at least 6 inches higher, which may mean fabricating my own (probably out of two 4x4s for stability.)Having said all of that: this is a good, sturdy frame, and with appropriate enhancements, I’m sure it will last a long time. Just plan ahead with extra M8 nuts (or 5/16″ nuts AND bolts) and a good set of tools for assembly…. also, maybe some 4×4 lumber to reinforce the seat riser.
Re-ReviewI was too quick to judge this stand for the Logitech wheel and pedals. Gotta remove the clamps on the bottom, and screw it into the stand. Same with the pedals. I originally said it didn’t fit, but it DOES. It holds well, a little bounce at the wheel, think that’s to take some of the force feedback and not move the whole stand. The feet hold still pretty well, moves when I hit the brake hard for reverse. Great price compared to others though. Works great though. Screws and bolts hold tight. I’m 6’1″ and the stand is tall enough for my legs.
Dustin Holdiman –
For the price, its great. Works with CSL DD Pro 8nm boost kit. Has some flex.The media could not be loaded.
I think that for the price this works out just great. Tons of extra screws for the ones Fanatec doesn’t provide. Purchased a chair on Amazon, bolted right in. Really super easy to assemble and I am happy with it. I wouldn’t put a 10+nm direct drive on this frame though. I recommend some lock tight on the bolts that connect to most the m8 screws.On a serious note about the flex. Its there, but its not had. It kinda gives the frame a force feedback rumble effect that makes the experiance more engaging. It also doesn’t effect driving at all. Would be nice if they sold some addon accessories for like a keyboard mount.
Jerad pickle –
Bolts strip super easyBolts strip extremely easily so be careful not to over tighten them, also the chasing has some flex where the wheel sits causing it to bounce around while using it. But for the price I can’t complain, you get what you pay for.
RC Racer –
amazedordered on 18th got it on 19th. packing was great. no dents or paint chips. very simple assembly and way stronger than I expected at this price. Mounted Fanatec dd 8 nm wheel. it has zero sideways flex and just a tad bit up and down if i pull down on it hard enough. with the gear shifter extension resting on top of my pc which is sitting on the floor next to the wall, I can stand on top of this and it wont budge a millimeter. very impressed, gonna order another.
Cheaper alternativeBought this rig under a different name for $138 on eBay. Now I can justify buying other sim gear without breaking the bank. Got a seat, keyboard stand, monitor stand, and discounted 49″ monitor. TS-PC and pedals. Am now just a bit over $2k for all not including my PC. The flex is there on the top cross bar which was mentioned by the other review. It’s not a deal breaker, but will consider a modification later to stiffen it up if needed. Also picked up a $65 usb handbrake that is recognized and working in all Sims. Been racing from my desk for almost 20 years. Tired of swapping out my flight-sim gear every time I want to drive.
Buen soporteEs un soporte muy sólido, fácil de armar con herramientas sencillas. Compatible con Logitec G29. Se pueden fijar perfectamente volante, palanca de cambios y pedales.