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RS1 DIY Cockpit Plans and Templates - Made for Logitech G25/G27/G29/G920

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Want to build your own RS1 driving cockpit? Now you can have a complete set of RS1 DIY cockpit plans and templates and build your own. Best of all, you can customize these Ricmotech RS1 plans with your own graphics and modify it to mount your own gear.

One of the best DIY designs of all timeThe RS1 is a CAD designed sim-racing cockpit built from wood, but with the quality and design features of commercial rigs. The RS1 is a simplified version of our Cheetah series of racing simulators, and is designed to be easy to build with common woodworking tools. The RS1 is a "2-post" design, meaning there are no supports between the driver's legs that can interfere with proper heel-toe driving. Also, the RS1 allows the driver to easily get in from the side like in a street car. There is no climbing necessary as with other racing simulators.

The RS1 can be slid in front of a TV or the built-in monitor deck can support a monitor or flat-screen TV up to 40 inches. The latest revision now includes a template for adding a monitor support to the chassis which permits a TV or monitor to be mounted at eye level by using a wall mount bracket wall mount bracket (available here). The RS1 has plenty of room underneath the platform to house surge suppressors, power supplies, even a tactile shaker (available here) and its amplifier. The RS1 is designed to be used with the Logitech G25 or G27 wheel, pedal and shifter set (available here). Also, the RS1 is already set up to mount the Logitech pedals in an inverted arrangement. The inverted position is preferred over the factory arrangement because it mimics real street cars. Note: The Logitech pedals will have to be disassembled in order to mount the pedals inverted. No permanent damage is done by dismantling the pedals and they can always be reassembled if they are later to be removed from the RS1.

You will have to provide your own seat for the RS1. You can purchase a racing seat for an authentic look or you can get an OEM automotive seat from a salvage yard. The OEM seat is often a better choice because they are more comfortable, are upholstered with better breathing materials (cloth or leather), often have more adjustability, and are typically less expensive. Most junkyards want top dollar for a matching pair of front seats, but when only a single seat is sellable, you can get a great bargain. Remember, you don't really need the driver's seat from the car, the passenger seat will suffice.

This revision of the Ricmotech RS1 DIY cockpit plans and templates includes the ability to build the racing cockpit in multiple sizes to accommodate almost any size driver and a revised 39-page B/W instruction manual with additional detailed drawings of each step, even more photographs detailing the various steps in the process and full size cutting templates for cutting out all the components. The Ricmotech RS1 DIY cockpit plans and templates arrive to you full size in an oversize envelope. You simply cut out the paper template and stick it on the wood, then simply cut on the dotted lines. Despite the sleek styling of the RS1, the cutting pattern has been designed to be easy to follow with a basic jigsaw and circular saw. We do not offer downloadable files because printing them to scale is critical and pre-printing avoids errors. The plans are copyrighted and licensed for personal use only. The completed or partially completed RS1 chassis is not permitted to be sold, resold, distributed, mass produced or used in any commercial fashion. The Ricmotech RS1 plans may not be reproduced or distributed in any manner. These RS1 DIY cockpit plans and templates are not returnable.
 
Ricmotech or the RS1 are not affiliated with the rSeat RS-1
Minimum Tools Required to Construct the RS1 Racing Chassis:
  • Tape Measure
  • Carpenter's Square
  • Straight Edge
  • Drill
  • Screwdriver tips
  • Drill Bits (1/8 inch to 1/2 inch diameters)
  • Countersink bit
  • 2 inch Hole Saw
  • Circular Saw
  • Jig Saw
  • Belt Sander
  • Ratchet and Socket Set
  • 24 inch Bar Clamps

These are the minimum tools required. There are additional tools which will make the construction easier and if you have them you can certainly turn out with a better racing cockpit. The manual provides tips and tricks to accomplish professional quality results with simply the tools listed above.

Materials List:
  • 3 pcs. 2x4 x 8' construction lumber
  • 1 sheet 1/2" AC Plywood
  • 1 sheet of 3/4" MDF Board
  • Assortment of Bolts, Nuts, Washers, and Decking Screws (detailed list in the construction manual)
  • Construction Adhesive (Liquid Nails or similar)
  • Rubber Feet
  • Elmer's Spray Adhesive or Glue Stick
  • Paint
As you can see, the materials list is fairly short and building your own RS1 racing cockpit is fairly inexpensive. You can later add some carbon fiber vinyl wrap, automotive carpet and stickers to finish it off and make it your own.

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