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mcduck

Member Since 18 Aug 2004
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In Topic: GTR Racing Simulator Cockpit Review

09 January 2016 - 02:41 PM



 MC, on 09 January 2016 - 11:20 AM, said:

you can come up my way and try my GTR one out if you want i got a new higher end wheel since you saw it.   right now I dont have any games for it but I can borrow my neighbors driveclub for PS4 as my wheel doesnt work for Xbox

Does it have standard mounting points for the Thrustmaster wheel base?

In Topic: GTR Racing Simulator Cockpit Review

09 January 2016 - 08:39 AM



Digging up an old thread here.  I'm looking at getting a driving rig upgrade.  It is down to this GTR touring simulator or the OpenWheeler Advanced racing seat.  They both are comparably priced, have full adjustability (important because my fiance and I are drastically different sizes for driving), look to have comfortable seats, and are pretty well reviewed.

Will be interested to see if anyone here has good/bad experiences with either of them.  My current rig is not as stable (some wiggle where pieces connect) and seat is awful.  Using this with XBox and Forza primarily.

Any input is appreciated :)

In Topic: NISSAN GTR LM NISMO Discussion: Program no longer moving forward for 2016

07 December 2015 - 03:08 PM



At least they are still plugging away at it.  Hopefully they can get it to a competitive level.  I'd still love for us to do a GT-R community event at a race here in the US where this car runs.

In Topic: Nissan GTR November 2015 Sales Report

07 December 2015 - 03:06 PM



View PostDntlvet, on 06 December 2015 - 09:31 AM, said:

The perception of the GTR has changed and that has created the "$80K or less demand for a new GTR".  I truly believe potential customers have moved on to other brands.  That is not to say that they will not be back; but R36 or another reason must re-create the interest.  Owners that lost $30K-35K or more on their GTRs at resale will think carefully about their purchases.

^this... At it's price point, there are newer platform cars out there that perform as well or better and have a 'newer' look.  Like it or not and regardless of performance, the R35 is an 8-yr old platform.  There is much higher demand for nice used examples at a lower price point than for fresh off the lot cars even with dealer incentives.

Personally, I think Nissan should retire the R35.  They don't need constant production to maintain interest as long as the R36 is coming relatively soon (say the next 3-5 years).  The aftermarket and enthusiast interest will keep the R35 and GT-R nameplate on the radar during the hiatus.

In Topic: Atlanta GT-R Club Oct Mountain Cruise Recap and Photos

22 November 2015 - 08:36 AM



Just saw the post on FB.... wish I had a reminder because Nicole and I are basically at home doing nothing today.  Oh well, maybe next month.  I found the FB group and requested an add, so maybe next time.  :)