Barry Rowland of Sim Racing Garage has released an extensive four-part video review of Leo Bodnar’s SimSteering wheel.
Made by sim racing hardware guru Leo Bodnar, the SimSteering wheel has already gained a reputation for being the most professional solution available on the market.
The full review is almost an hour in length as Barry takes us through all the aspects of his impressive piece of technology.
16nm peak torque
10,000 PPR Encoder
20,000Hz internal update rate
Used by professional driver training centres and race teams since 2010
Powered by mains 100 – 240 VAC
Works on every sim race game we’ve tested including, rFactor 1&2, iRacing, DiRT 1,2&3, F1 2010,2011,2012, P. C.A.R.S, Assetto Corsa, all SimBin titles plus many more.
SimSteering Control Box
High precision and strength servo motor
Desktop Mounting Bracket
Emergency Stop Button
Shaft Clamp Adaptor (with 70mm & 50.8mm bolt patterns)
GT Steering Wheel
2m motor cables
3m USB Cable
Choice of UK, US or EU power Cable
Despite the cool features and professional quality, the wheel is still somewhat in reach of very serious (and very well off) sim racers, selling for 2400 British Pounds + tax.