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    I should see how similar/different they are in their data streams. That said, I'm glad you mentioned that because I was clearly reading the AC docs and haven't found the ones for ACC yet.

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    Documentation can be found here: https://www.assettocorsa.net/forum/i...ntation.59965/

    You'll need to link you Steam account to the forums to be able to view it. But you may want to have a look at this thread first before spending any more time on it: https://www.assettocorsa.net/forum/i...ols-com.58894/ (shouldn't need to register to view this one).

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    I now own one-and-a-half steering wheels, thanks to a second-hand purchase I made this week

    I was planning to buy the Universal hub with an Alcantara GT wheel, but this popped up in a buy-swap-sell FB group so I jumped on it and saved a bit of cash.

    A cheap knock-off 320mm flat bottom "Momo" wheel is on its way thanks to eBay as I speak, hopefully it arrives tomorrow.

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    ^ I hope you'll be doing some laps around here with that wheel


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    iRacingís 12 Hours of Bathurst was today. A couple of sim racers I know participated with their team. I think that would be fun to try at some point. A 24 hour race has been discussed already, but I think we should do a shorter endurance race to get some endurance XP.

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    PLM would be my vote. October is a good time of year for that kind of thing.

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    That would fit well with my time zone too.

    Speaking of my time zone, Iíd be a good pick to do overnight stints so you guys can get some shut-eye during a 24 hour race.

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    Here she is! My $60 "Momo" steering wheel. Just as good as a real one. Thanks China

    Unfortunately it didn't come with a Momo sticker like in the eBay photos so I'll have to buy one. Plus I want to grind down the horn button that came with it, and actually mount it in the centre there, just for show. That gaping hole, while kinda cool, just looks odd.

    In use, the larger wheel is very nice, however the extra size over the F1 rim gives you more leverage over the FFB, reducing its effect. I knew this would happen but not to this extent. Almost feels like a G29 again




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    And Stephen, I did have a go with it in the Porsche GT3 at Bathurst. How the bloody fuck do you lap that track so quickly in that car? All it wants to do is loop itself around on the exciting hilly stuff, like no other car I've tried wants to. I tried the McLaren 720S as well, and that was much nicer. I can drop easy 2:07s there with the McLaren, probably shave off 4 seconds if I practised and tinkered with setups.

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