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    Never thought about using it on the g27. Had for for ages now. I won it playing simraceway. Never taken it out the box lol
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    this is how it should be done:






    pictures from this thread:

    http://forums.overclockers.com.au/sh...5#post16712545

    cant wait to get my SRW-1 by mail.
    Last edited by thomasjohansen; 29-05-2015 at 06:18.
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    anyone know what program to control the rotating buttons on the WRS-s1? those with multiple settings

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomasjohansen View Post
    anyone know what program to control the rotating buttons on the WRS-s1? those with multiple settings
    found, "SRW-S1 dial utility"
    http://www.isrtv.com/forums/topic/64...ility-beta-16/

    which couldnt install on my win7-64bit until I had installed the vjoy driver from
    http://vjoystick.sourceforge.net/sit...load-a-install

    Now the rotary dials works, I can see them rotate in "SRW-S1 dial utility", but cant assign them in Pcars, not reconized in the controller configuration. by the way all the other buttons on WRS-S1 is reconized.

    Anyone know how to get med reconized in the game.
    Last edited by thomasjohansen; 01-06-2015 at 07:16.
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    Promised to show how to fit a SRW-S1 on a G27.

    Beware, its an all evening project to dismantle, wiring, soldering, and to get it all fit.


    first I measured up the back of the SRW-S1 to make a scematic of the bracket to be cut in acryl

    then when I got the bracket, I dismantled it to remove the bits I didnt needed
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    Like theise plastic paddels and their switches, they arnt needed, because G27 have som nice metal paddels.
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    This is the lasercut brackes, two 3mm plates with different hole sizes. will be glued together to be one 6mm plate with "sunken" holes, giving room the wheel srews.
    Its actually not that expensive to get it lasercut. can upload the pdf scematic if you want it.
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    Mounting the wheel to the G27, is the hardest part, especially dismantle the G27 and getting the usb cable for the wheel through the center og the G27.

    Took me a couple of hours, to cut the usb cable end and solder it back together, drill/adjust the acrylplates, and find the correct screws.

    first plate mounted
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    Cable end that need to be cut before it can go through the center of the G27, and then resoldered on.
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    both plates mounted, see the diffrent hole sizes.
    When it all fit, glue them together. Reused three of the G27 screws.
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    Here is the finished result.
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    the back screws are new ones so you'll have to find some that fit.
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    Notice:
    The three dials on the wheel, works with an utility (see link in previus post), but I cant get them to work/reconized in Pcars!

    I have set up the Wheel as a "g27" in pcars.
    Last edited by thomasjohansen; 25-07-2015 at 15:06.

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    Could I trouble you for the CAD drawing of the backing plate. My SRW-S1 arrived today and I like how you mounted it. Your plate looks perfect.

    Thanks in advanced.

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    That is a pretty awesome mod. Is there any flex in the wheel under heavy FFB or is it rigid enough to cope with the forces fine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neith View Post
    The only downside for me (aside from no FFB) is that the gear paddles are a little far from the wheel ...
    i'm sure that would be moddable with short extensions screwed to the paddles.
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    Sorry havent seen your posts.


    the drawings can be downloaded here:

    http://we.tl/ttH2fRQnFZ (url will only last a few weeks, will upload to ftp soon)

    there is a dxf file made in qcad and a pdf.

    I ended up drilling some of the holes bigger, but thats easy to do afterwards. The bracked should end up being atleast 6mm thick, thats why there are two plates, because I could only find a place where they could cut 3mm.
    But those plates should be glued to make them stronger. Mine isnt and sometimes it gives in a bit or makes sounds. So far it has "survived" 200 hours or so of driving.
    Last edited by thomasjohansen; 19-09-2015 at 07:28.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silraed View Post
    That is a pretty awesome mod. Is there any flex in the wheel under heavy FFB or is it rigid enough to cope with the forces fine?

    It it should be perfect, the two plates should be glued, and maybe one more plate, about 1,5mm thick placed in the gape in the picture bellow

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    My Simraceway SRW-S1 mod on G27: http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...ay-wheel/page3
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