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Hey I was just wondering why the surge spike with the 4UN system is so violent when coming to a stop is almost any driving simulator?  Is there a way to prevent this without almost completely turning down the surge setting?  I like to feel surge for acceleration and deceleration but not at the expense of whiplash when coming to a complete stop.  Thanks
Noah Short
22 Mar 2021 Views 21 2 1
Hello.why is the mh servicer downloading in korean,? How do I get the english version ?Thank you.
Bryce
5 Jan 2021 Views 105 0 1
Trying to install seat mover 2u and keep getting mhlanguage error
Larry Vaught
23 Dec 2020 Views 78 1
I recently purchased a profile only Motion4UN kit on Sept 30th.  I purchased this on sale with free shipping which was great.  There was a week or so of delay but nothing bad. Support even let me know this was happening and was very professional and was great to work with.  This is very impressive as I'm used to most companies leaving me in the dark on pre-orders.  My order shipped Oct 23rd and got to Kentucky, USA on Oct 26th.  That is some incredibly fast shipping!Upon receiving the kit from FedEx, I must say that this was EXTREMELY well packaged.  Not only was it protected inside by some very elaborate foam padding, but also the boxes were weather sealed by several layers of blue plastic which was great appreciated since the day it came, it was raining.  Upon unpacking everything, I must say it reflects extreme quality.  Everything is solid, free of blemishes, and just all around carefully laid out as to avoid any damage during transit.  It just feels like a polished unboxing experience.  I got the actuators each in their own box.  Then two additional identically sized boxes which contained the controller box and the feet.  I chose the ball joint feet.  Keep in mind they DO NOT have any rubber coating on the bottom.  My sim rig is a Sim Labs p1-x aluminum extrusion profile rig.  In terms of difficulty, this was about as easy as I could imagine.  All the parts were clearly marked and packaged properly for easy location of correct piece needed.  In terms of mounting to my sim rig,  I just found a milk crate, stuck under one end to lift it up, put 8 t nuts into the 4 slots, screwed in one side of the mounting bracket, slid it on a bit until the other side of holes were lined up, screwed them on loosely, then moved it about 3-4 inches AFT of my pedals.  Did the same for both FR and FL actuators.  Same with the rear.  I knew I had to have a 240 volt step up transformer for this kit so I already had that read, plugged the controller box into it, usb into pc.  MHservicer software was simple enough to install.  Everything went very smoothly and I must say this was a fantastic experience.  It probably will take someone who is very minorly handy at using an allen wrench about 2 hours tops to get it up and running with the same Sim Labs p1-x.  That would include spending time thinking about where you want things to be when you're done because I will say this, putting the actuators into the brackets, although very accurately machined, does take a bit of extra light to see the holes with and maybe a second set of helping hands to help screw in a screw when the hole is aligned.  The motion profiles for each game are great although that is subjective and definitely wont work for everyone.  They do give you a good starting point.  What I wish for is that some time soon Motion House will release a new manual for using the MH Servicer software that explains examples of settings rather than just the obvious technical meanings.  Expert settings are basically completely ignored in the current manual and I've found that it is very necessary to understand what filters do as well as actuator motion.  Other settings I've not fooled with like max telemetry as I just don't really know what it does and there's nothing that explains it.  Anyhow my point is, give us some sort of manual or tutorial with scenarios so that we can have some kind of idea of what to adjust when the motion feels a particular way or just isn't right.  For example, from trial and error I figured out with Dirt Rally that it was just way too intense on heave until I set the filter for heave in expert settings to week, this really helped a ton.  But it was trial and error and it took a few days before I finally tried it.  Where as a tutorial that explained filters probably would've clued me in on it immediately.  In the end, this thing is amazing!  Sound wise its quieter than a very quiet dishwasher.  I'd say half that sound level.  The fan in the controller box is more loud and its pretty quiet.  Everything feels smooth, not artificial or jerky.  Although that can come down to your tuning settings but it relays what you'd expect it to from the game's telemetry.  I really don't have any previous experience with motion sim platforms but I have been using SimExperience's buttkicker gamer 2 4 corner setups in the past and the first time I went with transducers, it was just mind blowing.  Well, compared to that, this is 1000 times more mind blowing.  You get good proper road texture from the system.  I'll be selling my buttkickers gamer 2's for certain as I had held onto them just in case it didn't do good vibration effects, but it does so don't worry about that.  The ball joint feet was a good choice I feel as I'm on plush carpet on top of a cement floor, so there was already some dampening by the carpet pad and I'm not going to transmit vibration through the house thanks to the cement slab underneath.  I did however need to find a solution to prevent it from sliding on the carpet.  I took an old yoga mat from my wife, cut in half and put under each end which solved any sliding.  Then I cut it into 4 circles slightly wider than the diameter of the feet and got those positions under it.  No more sliding.  The price for this kit was acceptable.  Believe me, I'm not simply capable of just impulse buying a product for computer gaming (mainly sim racing) at $5600.  However its been a long dream of mine to have a high end motion rig and I've been saving for a bit in hopes  some company would come along and put the hurt to companies like DBOX and others who seem to only want to sell to those with large amounts of expendable income.  I've put 100's of hours into researching motion systems.  Watching DBOX systems run in all sorts of setups and tuning profiles.  This seems to be very much on par with anything I've seen from DBOX online via videos and reviews.  This is well worth the price of admittance.  The motion this thing relays is incredible.  I've not seen any latency and everything just works.  If you are considering one, please let me save you a ton of time researching and just recommend you buy this as I am in love with it.  Thanks 
Noah Short
4 Nov 2020 Views 57 3
After owning the MH WindGenerator for a few months now, I think it is time to write a review on it.  Before that, I just want to throw up a little backstory.  Late last year I was looking to add some sort of wind sim to my racing rig.  I wanted something that wasn't an eye sore and something that could pack a lot of wind and was reasonably priced.  I wasn't impressed what was on the market.  Sim Racing Studio is way overpriced and requires the purchase of additional components and also needs (2) power supplies.  Hsimracing R'Fun aesthetically looks pleasing but is also expensive.  Additional components while not required, do add to the price.Then I stumbled upon Motion House.  A brand I have never heard of before.  The price was just right (shipping costs aside) for the components you receive.  You get a well packaged WindGenerator kit.  Which consists of (2) black blowers (bilge blowers, not your average cheap pc component fans), solid metal mounting brackets, installation hardware, black sleek looking module with custom MH logo, extra long cables for the blowers and module,  and 12v10a power supply.  And shipping from Korea to the U.S. was super fast.  I got my shipment within 2-3 days from when I ordered it.  Top notch packaging and all the components were of excellent quality.The MH Servicer software was a little confusing to understand at first and had its issues.  But after a few months of back and forth with the team at MH, we were able to square away a lot of small details and also open up the full potential of the WindGenerator blowers (.ini file is configurable to allow maximum power to the fans).  The WindGenerator portion of the MH Servicer software allows you adjust Max Power, Minimum/Maximum Speed, and also comes with a Gamma setting so you can customize the curve of the WindGenerator.  Custom profiles can be added and saved to software on a per game basis.  The firmware has come a long way in a few months.After adjusting the settings to your liking, be prepared to be amazed.  After a few races on AC and Dirt Rally, the WindGenerator will literally blow you away!  These blowers are probably the most impressive part of my rig as of late. There is nothing like screaming down the track in an F1 car while the wind is blasting you in the face..it is truly immersive and fun as hell!I definitely recommend the MH WindGenerator...cost is well worth the components and the firmware seems to be updated twice a month now.  Customer service is A+ (may take a few days for them to get back to you, but that's expected as they might be in a different time zone).  I have some videos of my rig and MH WindGenerator posted on my YT page My Sim RigGreat job team MotionHouse! A++
Andrew Mendiola
5 Mar 2019 Views 664 3 1