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Earlier this month Fanatec announced their new Fanatec CSL Cockpit, a frame that can be purchased and then fitted with an optional (you’ll have to buy these things from somewhere, might as well be from Fanatec as well) seat, shifter and monitor mounts that can also be purchased from the manufacturer. The frame can be positioned in a karting position or upright as pictured, and is constructed with aluminum tubing and steel brackets and supports high-end load cell pedals and Direct Drive Wheel Bases up to 25 Nm, with little detectable chassis flex.

The prices look quite reasonable, and with a new CEO promising to fix the shipping delays, maybe this is a great option for a quality cockpit.

CSL Cockpit (frame only)
EU: 399.95€
US: $399.95
AUS: A$669.95
Japan: ¥64600.00

CSL Cockpit Seat
EU: 99.95€
US: $99.95
AUS: A$169.95
Japan: ¥16200.00

CSL Cockpit Shifter Holder
EU: 39.95€
US: $39.95
AUS: A$69.95
Japan: ¥6500.00

CSL Cockpit Monitor Holder
EU: 119.95€
US: $119.95
AUS: A$199.95
Japan: ¥19400.00

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