I use the front half of the next level racing v3 setup, with an actual car race seat as the back half. I have to reinforce and bolt down the front frame to get it real sturdy and tight. I’ve mounted my stick shift seperately, bolted to the main platform that everything sits on. Although it’s one of the sturdiest frames on the shelf, stiffer is still better.
I’ve had my eye on their motion sim module for some time. It’s seat only, but gets very good reviews. It points out seat only motion is very effective and used by real racing drivers and military in their sims. But I’ve never tried a seat only motion sim and want to try it before laying down the cash.
Watching the development of their v3 motion module, the fact it is the 3rd version and the amount of work taken for a dedicated race sim brand to get the motion decent makes me think YawVR won’t come close for sim racing. I also cannot see any way in hell I could get the sturdiness I require in the cockpit on a Yaw VR.
I think it will be great for other applications- roller coasters, flight sims, space sims, anything in a gently moving vehicle.