Simraceway SRW-S1 Shift Lights for iRacing – Released

A few days ago, I posted a first story on DGTL’s GTR2 shift lights for SimRaceWay’s SRW-S1 wheel tool.

Now, a new version of the tool has become available as the functionality has been expanded to iRacing. Unlike the GTR2-only version, the new version isn’t free anymore but sells for around 8 Euros.

The developers are planning to make the tool compatible to more titles in the future, buyers will receive free updates of future versions.

You can find the new version here, the GTR2-only version remains a free download here.

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  • http://twitter.com/261trb J T

    /spit on paying for that.

    • Anonymous

      I was wondering why it was free to begin with as it should had been made available for a small fee from the start. Although maybe 8 euros is a bit too much I think 5 euros would be more down to earth (iracing car sells for 8 euros) the dev had to spend time making this available so paying for his services was not just a way of getting the think to work but also of saying thank you.

  • http://www.facebook.com/triskele10 Peter Koch

    I there are shiftlights on the wheel they have to work, for free.
    It’s part of the wheel and you have to pay extra money?

    • http://www.facebook.com/peter.munkholm Peter Munkholm

      The shift lights work, no matter what sim you race. There are just many sims, that don’t use the lights. This is a concern of the sim developers, not the makers of the wheel. I just provide i middle-piece software, that relays information form the sims, to the hardware. It took months to develop and cost me 2 SRW-S1 wheels. Hence the price.

  • Anonymous

    With the next build, iRacing will support the SRW-S1 shift lights!

    • http://www.facebook.com/peter.munkholm Peter Munkholm

      I here by promise, I will continue to develop my SRW-S1 software, to allways include extra functions, that are not included in any Simraceway or game-developer software. Buying my software includes lifetime updates. Support for more sims will also be included.

      • Anonymous

        nice work Peter! thank you for your time developing this great software!

      • Anonymous

        Peter, can you make the encoders working on iR?
        And also the clutch paddles on a single axis instead of two?

      • http://www.facebook.com/peter.munkholm Peter Munkholm

        I believe you can use other directX manipulation software to adjust the 0-point on axis?
        I don’t understand what you mean by encoders? Please explain :)

      • Anonymous

        Ops sorry, I mean the three “rotary dials” / “rotary encoders”.
        atm you can only change the sensitivity of the wheel or other wheel related function, but when you plug it on a g25/g27 base, these function are useless.
        So could be very usefull to configure them for bbias, or diff settings for example!
        About the paddles… I’m talking about the 2 lower paddles, you have 1 axis for the left paddle, and 1 axis for the right paddle, right?
        I’m interested in make just 1 single axis, so you can use it like a “double-stage clutch”. Look here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Rsz4yW53aM

      • http://www.facebook.com/peter.munkholm Peter Munkholm

        My Shift light program use them for setting mode and RPMs
        The clutches sadly sound like a hardware firmware issue

  • http://www.facebook.com/peter.munkholm Peter Munkholm

    There is a new version available

  • http://www.facebook.com/peter.munkholm Peter Munkholm

    The program is now wastly updated:
    It now supports GTR2, iRacing, rFactor, GTR Evolution and RACE 07
    It supports and saves settings for each car on each track with settings for each gear available.
    http://team.dgtl.dk/simraceway-srw-s1-shift-light-for-iracing-gtr2-and-rfactor/

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