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#1 VELOCIPEDE

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Posted 27 November 2008 - 10:37 AM



A Masterpiece of engineering made of Aluminium and with the use of contactless sensors and a load cell sensor for the brake. With ForceFeedback actuator on the brake and fully adjustable.
Works like a separate USB input device.

Shipping date: 15th January 2009
http://www.fanatec.d...c94e10eb2bc802e

Content:
* Clubsport pedals made of aluminium
* USB cable
* cable from base to pedals (2,5m)
* tools
* drilling template

Compatibility: Compatible with any racing wheel from Fanatec or any other brand (Logitech, Thrustmaster, etc) if used on PC.

It will work with any racing wheel if the game supports a second controller.
These PC games are compatible:

* GTR Evolution
* Race 07
* rFactor
* Live for Speed

The vibration function on the brake is not supported by all games.
http://www.fanatec.de/

una ottima guida all'uso
http://www.gtforums....ead.php?tid=224

#2 BoNI

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Posted 27 November 2008 - 01:17 PM

sarebbe da provare...

#3 Miles Gloriosus

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Posted 27 November 2008 - 02:17 PM

...si riesce a sapere qualcosa di più sulla vibrazione in frenata?

#4 VELOCIPEDE

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Posted 09 January 2009 - 12:24 PM




ClubSport Pedals
Shipping date: 15th February 2009

Some people say that good pedals are more important than a good wheel to achieve good lap times.
Just think about where you lose most time on the track. Key is to stay on the ideal line at maximum speed.
It is not only a matter where you go, it matters how you control your speed.

Upgrade your existing wheel of any brand with these pedals and you get closer to the right braking points.

Features

* Solid aluminum construction which feels like in a real race car
* Original dimensions and proportions
* Distance between pedal plates can be adjusted to allow heel&toe technique
* Height of pedal plates can be adjusted to match foot size
* Spring strength can be adjusted on gas and clutch
* Vibration feedback motor on brake pedal to indicate blocking tires. The driver software calculates this moment based on the telemetry data received from the games.
* Contactless magnetic high-precision sensor on gas and brake with unlimited lifetime
* Pressure sensitive load cell sensor on the brake. Control the brake force with muscle tension instead of movement
* Realistic brake pedal dampening created by special PU foam made in Germany and used in the car industry in shock absorbers. Ultra strong and smooth.
* Adjust the maximum brake force with a rotary switch on the pedals and independent from software. Choose from very soft to super heavy.
* Possibility to mount the pedals directly to a cockpit



Compatibility

The Pedals comes with a USB cable to connect it directly to a PC. Most popular racing games support two separate controllers (wheel and pedal) including the following:

* iRacing
* rFactor
* Live for Speed
* Race07, STCC and GTR Evolution
* GTR and GTR2

You can use any racing wheel together with the ClubSport pedals.

The ClubSport pedals can also be directly connected to the following Porsche wheels:

* Porsche 911 Carrera wheel
* Porsche 911 Turbo S wheel (NOT 911 turbo)
* Porsche 911 GT3 RS wheel

If connected directly to the Porsche wheels the pedals will work with all racing games on PC and consoles if the wheel itself is compatible.

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Posted 09 January 2009 - 03:37 PM

nulla di nuovo in fin dei conti, sempre le solite molle, però almeno costa una cifra accettabile :-)

#6 Tullio69

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Posted 09 January 2009 - 08:17 PM

CITAZIONE(s3ss @ Jan 9 2009, 03:37 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
nulla di nuovo in fin dei conti, sempre le solite molle, però almeno costa una cifra accettabile :-)

scusami nulla di nuovo non direi.....!!??

!!) sensore di pressione
!!!) attuatore ffb pedale del freno
!!!) il tutto a 199 eur


naturalmente il tutto và toccato con mano ehm con piede

#7 Dragon

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Posted 13 January 2009 - 07:15 PM

Uppo un pò questo thread per dire la mia. A me questa pedaliera piace un sacco, sia esteticamente che in quanto a caratteristiche. Il prezzo poi sembra veramente di ottimo livello. Attendo con trepidazione l'uscita del prodotto finale, aspettando poi qualche review, magari stesso qui su DI, per capire se provvedere subito all'acquisto o meno rolleyes.gif

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Posted 13 January 2009 - 11:32 PM



#9 VELOCIPEDE

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Posted 04 February 2009 - 09:57 PM

Shipping date: 15th March 2009

#10 Space Marine

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Posted 08 February 2009 - 03:26 AM

Aspettiamo un test velo! :D