I have had great difficulty to find an economical twist in cable management solution on thingiverse. Most of the things I have found are sized for 3D printers as opposed to the 40mm by 40mm and 8mm T slot that you use for Sim Racing purposes. Hence I watched a few hours of Fusion 360 tutorials to up my skill level to 'incompetent grade' as compared to 'helpless' and made my own solution as you can basically print as many as you need very cheaply and also swap between clips as required.
The 5mm clips are intended for USB cable management as they have 5mm diameter holes which grab most thicker USB cables well. but you can also wedge bigger cables into them if you choose. I am using the hoops for thicker cables as they are a lot sturdier and also allow a certain amount of free movement of the cable within the runner (eg if you are using a motion sim) but it is a matter of preference, the hoops are pretty solid if you squeeze the ends and they seat firmly it will take you a bit of wiggling to get them out.
I will be designing more 'clip' attachments that will fit the universal anchor, more specifically to hold cable ends or go pro mounts or other things of that nature. As well as SFX100 specific for holding the actuator cable connectors firm.