To achieve maximal realism is fundamental in racing simulators. Realism comes from the captivating sensation of the track and everything around it: the electrifying atmosphere of the starting line, the adrenaline rush of overtaking, the sharpened senses you have at the very limit of traction. 

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The Four Ingredients of the Perfect Racing Sim

Ultra-Low
Latency

Reaction time is everything when it comes to overtaking opponents or taking corrective action to prevent loss of tire grip. Simulator's ultra-low latency not only keeps the driver a step ahead but also naturally removes barriers between the simulated world and the driver. There is no latency in the real world - and in the perfect simulation neither. We, humans, are naturally built to perform optimally in such world.

Direct Drive
Force Feedback

By coupling a wheel directly to an extremely fast responding direct drive torque motor, the driver will open a straight portal into the physics of the simulated race car and track. Such ideal torque transducer adds nothing of it's own to be felt - it's just a pure connection to the road behind the wheel. Direct drive is the only known method to achieve sub-millisecond latency and real-life race car dynamic range - the keys to true transparency.

High Dynamic Range

Sensing the tiniest changes in the tire grip at the same time with the high steering force of a sharp corner will transmit the forces of every part of the race car to the driver is the way it works in the real world. The high dynamic range of force feedback equals to maximizing the flow of physical information from the simulator to the driver. The greatest need to precisely sense the emerging loss of grip happens to be at the peak force moment. Being able to sense that enables the driver to utilize 100% of the race car potential.

Natural Signal
Processing

By passing the simulator's sometimes coarse digitally sampled force commands through force reconstruction engine, the driver will be able to feel the force feedback as it was intended by the simulator's physics engine. Moreover, the real-nature based modeling inertia, damping and friction effects calculated right inside the simulator hardware will make the driver feel as if they were connected to the real world - not to a simulator.

SIMUCUBE 2 Has Them All in its Genes

Simucube 2 is the world reference class Direct Drive force feedback wheelbase.

Simucube 2 has been built around a precision robotics grade industrial motor, electronics and software fused together to form a flawless monolithic design. Everything is optimized to perform at the highest level, and with sub-millisecond latency.

Rigid mechanical coupling of the wheel is the fundamental requirement for direct drive. Simucube 2 is made to meet this requirement, even though it meant redesigning everything. Simucube Quick Release™, SQR, has zero backslashes adding zero torque artifacts. When locked-in, it equals a solid metal shaft, just like it should.

Simucube 2 works with simulator games and reconstructs the authentic environment. Thanks to Simucube 2's dedicated processor for motor control, and another processor for interfacing the PC simulator, the ultra-low latency is stable and consistent. With Simucube's award-winning force reconstruction processing, ultra low latency mode and adjustable dynamic filters, the Driver can reach realism.

Once you experience it, there's no turning back.

Your Keys to Excellence

Simucube 2 comes in three models to serve the top-end spectrum of the direct-drive scene. Specific models have been built to serve demanding Sport drivers as well as experienced Pro drivers. Hard-core drivers and professionals, who crave experience outside of this world, are best matched with Ultimate which leaves no room for speculation.

All three models are built with industrial-grade direct drive torque motors with essentially zero torque ripple and magnetic cogging. Angle sensors, drive electronics, and CNC machined full-metal parts are made to complete the glorious motor and to unleash its maximum potential. Hot-swappable wheels, ultra-low latency mode, high dynamic range, and natural signal processing are supported in all models.

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SIMUCUBE 2 Sport

Sport comes with 17 Nm of direct drive torque and Simucube 2 benefits. This wheelbase is a match for Sim Racing enthusiasts. SC2 Sport delivers serious amounts of juice to bring up adrenaline-filled sweat to the skins of the drivers. Sport has comparable responsiveness and performance of the top-end models of world-famous Simucube 1.

The sport will be your key to the club of sim racing champions.

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SIMUCUBE 2 Pro

25 Nm of torque is enough to give you deep immersion with any track, car, and condition. With Pro, one might forget they are in a simulation.

Combined with exceptionally high torque response rate Pro motor, the sharpest kinks will be delivered at a clarity not seen in the Direct Drive scene before. The torque response rate is adjustable to the driver's preferences.

Simucube 2 Pro is destined to set the new golden standard for high-end class Direct Drive wheels.

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SIMUCUBE 2 Ultimate

Abundant 32 Nm of torque and maxed-out torque response rate is at your disposal at any time. Ultimate is based on Austrian made maximally dynamic industrial motor optimized for simulation. It's equipped with a 24-bit resolution Hiperface angle sensor to be fully utilized by the most advanced signal processing unit seen in simulators.

 

Ultimate exclusively comes with advanced fine-tunable signal processing to make the experience as personalized as humanly possible. This model was designed with "only the best is good enough" mindset.

Simucube Ultimate is our tribute to the Ultimate drivers.

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