The motion cues seem all over the place, though
Plus you'll probably be paying about 20k for something lacks the other 4 axis needed for simulating flight. This was part of a student project in Brazil, so it's probably not going to see production anyway.
that said, An ideal simulator would combine three things:
-The above sim, with full roll and tilt axis.
-I forget the term, but I've seen simulators that simulate G-forces by both deflating the seat cushins of the seat, while squeezing the flight harness. Not a perfect system, but it's the best available.
-A Stewart Platform
to mount the above on
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