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We're excited to present the Asetek Invicta™ Bundle which comprises the following:
- Asetek Invicta 27Nm Direct Drive Wheelbase
- Asetek Forte Formula Steering Wheel
- Asetek Invicta pedals (either Invicta S-Series pedals or regular Invicta pedals)
This bundle gives you all the hardware you need to start sim racing, just mount this to your rig and connect to your computer and you're off!
Asetek Invicta Direct Drive Wheelbase
The Asetek Invicta Direct Drive Wheelbase features a fantastic 27Nm peak torque, more than enough for even the most demanding sim racer. Asetek have routed the connectivity for their steering wheels all through the wheelbase and the quick release, so your steering wheel doesn't need to have any pesky cables trailing from it. Furthermore, because nobody likes having to charge their steering wheel, Asetek have routed the charging through the wheelbase so with the Asetek Invicta Direct Drive wheelbase, you don't need to worry about battery life, connectivity issues or messy cables from your steering wheel - everything is channelled through the wheelbase to give you a seamless racing experience.
The Asetek Invicta Direct Drive wheelbase has 6 adjustable RGB LED lights, which further enhance the sleek aesthetic and add to the presence this premium wheelbase possesses. The 22bit encoder housed within the wheelbase is accurate to increments of 0.000085 degrees, so you can be assured of absolute precision with your inputs!
Asetek Forte Formula Steering Wheel
The Forte Formula Steering Wheel features two contactless magnetic shifter paddles, for fast and seamless gear shifts. Furthermore, the wheel is easily upgradeable to a dual-clutch for perfect race starts as well as two additional mappable paddles that for example can be used for effortless overtakes and DRS activations. As well as this, there are a total of 49 fully customisable aRGB LEDs including rev and flag lights.
Utilising Asetek's quick release system, the wheel is easily connected and disconnected – literally, all you have to do to disconnect the wheel from the wheelbase is to press a paddle and the wheel will be released into your hands! Asetek's pursuit for the ultimate steering wheel means that their quick release system incorporates the charging/powering of the steering wheel, so there are NO batteries that need to be charged, the steering wheel is powered directly from the wheelbase. Furthermore, this ingenious system means there is no reliance on wireless signals or cables that can break or fall off - everything is included and operated through their easy-to-use no-play quick release. Very impressive innovation.
Asetek Invicta Pedals
The Asetek Invicta Sim Racing Pedals were designed to replicate the braking experience you get in a real racing car as closely as possible, to help you consistently perform at your best. Consequently, the Invicta brake pedals has very short travel and is very firm, faithfully replicating the race car brake performance giving an authentic racing experience.
The Invicta pedals utilise Asetek's T.H.O.R.P.™ system, with unique 2 stage braking like in a racing car so the brake pedal travel and resistance is designed to exactly replicate the life-like experience from a racing car.
The first stage, the "Soft Stage" can be adjusted to your preference by using a choice of the included elastomers, which are compressed by the slave cylinder and thus will give the initial approximately 20mm of travel. After this, the slave cylinder hits a mechanical stop beyond which there is no more pedal travel. Now you have reached the second stage: the "Hard Stage"
The "Hard Stage" is where the the slave system is mechanically locked and the pressure you are applying is the hydraulic force of the fluid inside. The fluid is incompressible so the pedal feels very firm, this is where the muscle memory can be utilised and trail braking can be efficiently carried out. In the RaceHub software that is included with the pedals, you can configure your deadzone (if required) and also how much braking pressure you want to define as 100% pressure, as well as input maps for the throttle, brake and clutch.