RSeat N1 Racing Chassis - Step by Step Build


Shaun Cole On August 1, 2016
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After filming and building the Rseat N1 racing chassis, I realised that it would be a very long video for most to watch.  I also wanted something that really showed off the build, both in quality and difficulty.  This video here is an entirely different version of the build.  Taking what took nearly 3 hours and taking it down to the basic step in great detail, and getting it done in 15 minutes.




Also:  During our build video we mention the special that RSeat is offering to our viewers.  This deal allow anyone who purchase ANY chassis and ANY monitor stand togetehr from RSeat to get a FREE upgrade of their choice for the rig they purchased.  This special does NOT work liek a normal discount code.  To use this offer, go to the RSeat store at http://www.rseat.net/ and select your region.  Fill your shopping cart with a shassis and monitor stand.  And in the notes write in "SIMPIT DEAL - I want a free shifter upgrade"  and Rseat will take care of the rest.













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Tim Chitwood Tim Chitwood
Great review really broke it down. 


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Aviev Akhmad Aviev Akhmad
Hi Shaun,

there are a lot of profle size in 80/20 inc, what profile size did you use on this demo? 1" would be stromg enought?

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aviev 


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Tim Chitwood Tim Chitwood
While I can't imagine wanting an Hyundai interior, it is very well done and looks incredible. Well done.


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Tim Chitwood Tim Chitwood
I like War Thunder, it has some real decent triple screen graphics and sound for flying the airplanes. I prefer the bombers at Arcade Battle rating, but some of the radial engined fighters are a lot of fun too. Other than that, I am an avaid truck driver driving a lot in American Truck Simulator and European Truck Simulator 2. They even have some really good multiplayer for both games, the ETS2 has a Winter mod built in, it looks like Winter with snow on everything and falling. Both games even have a short range "cb radio" that works in line of sight, you just set the microphone in the game and then it goes to a hot mike and people can hear you, but if you get out of sight, you can't hear each other. Now I wish other games would get the technology and incorporate it. 


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Scott Wennerstrom Scott Wennerstrom
Just received an email from Jon at BasherBoards. He days he has a prototype in the works that would allow you to use a shifter... Will have more on this as it becomes available


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