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« on: June 03, 2013, 09:46:23 AM +0100 »

After yesterdays race I've got few questions about my load cell brake. It's a mod for the G25/G27 pedals made by apelectrix.com. Inside Sim Racing made an episode about it: AP Electrix Load Cell Mod for the Logitech G27 Pedals, Installation and Review .

Personally I really like it. It's not just more realistic, but it also uses the muscle memory is used versus positional memory, which for me feels more natural. The only issue I have witch it is the fact that everytime I plug in my wheel I need to calibrate the pedals, which can be tricky sometimes.
There is a solution for that, Leo Bodnar is selling a Pedal Cable. It converts G25/G27 pedals into separate device which don't need to be calibrated, plus it increases sensitivity which gives more precision.
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