reclining seat so you can adjust the seat back angle, $489.95, also free shipping
in the continental USThe RR1000
fixed-angle seat back$369.95 with free shipping
in the continental US.............was 399.99 when i bought it
I bought a few of the option accessories as well which included:
-Logitech G27 gear Shift mounting bracket
-RaceRoom's keyboard holder
-RaceRoom's Speaker Setup
-Seat quick adjustment track
Looks like now you can custom build you own on their website, which is kind of cool.
Im really thinking about upgrading my wheel to one of the Fanatec BMW wheels now that they have all the accessories to make it work with Fanatec and Thrustmaster setups.
I talked to the guys at RaceRoom and they said they should be available pretty soon.http://www.raceroom.com/shop/usa/gameseat_configurator
Also here is a link to a detailed review by TotalOwnership http://www.raceroom.net/forums/index.php/topic,1836.msg16849.html#msg16849
My quote was in response to a review done by TotalOwnership on another forum(see link below quote), so i apologize if some of it doesnt make sense out of context.
Wow, thats a way more detailed review than i could ever give, hahaha!
I have the same rig, but it was just called a "Basic Frame" when i bought it, RR1000 sounds a lot more official lol.
I had bought an all in one computer before i got the rig and didn't realize the computer i bought wasnt wall mount capable
But it was a refurb from newegg and only like 799 compared to the 12-1400 a new one with the i7, Nvida 3D graphics card and 8gb ram would have cost so i made it work with a little custom fab and trickery :D
I ordered the speaker setup when i quickly realized the computers on-board speakers were not going to get the job done! I bought the floor mat at the same time, because i didn't want to worry about the feet on the hardwood.
I saw the little pedal box piece in the instructions too and when called to ask about it I was told it was a revision that will be included in all the sims once they get their new batch of frames in. Wasn't really a big deal to me though, my pedals have no flex at all that i've noticed. But, i'm using the stock g27 pedals so maybe that's a factor too since they do not use a loadcell?!
Here are a few pictures of my rig, pardon the poor quality pictures.
You can see the PS3 off to the left that i hook up to the screen too so i can play pc and ps3 games :D .
the speaker beneath the keyboard is for my TV not the rig, the speaker kit came with a mount for the sub that installs beneath the seat