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GTEYE Progressive Brake Spring Mod for G25-27

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GTEYE Progressive Brake Spring Mod for G25 G27

G`Day, May I introduce myself, as GTEYE, a Suspension Designer in Australia. An avid sim racer and performance driving enthusiast.

I wish to present a newly released

Upgraded Progressive Brake Spring Mod for Logitech G25 and G27 Wheels.

Specially designed for use in the Logitech G25 / G27 Pedal set, this precisely engineered brake pedal spring is the result of over 4 years of design and testing.

Careful consideration to spring stiffness (rate) has been a core GTEYE design philosophy, that`s why it has taken so long to design a spring with a correctly positioned threshold and balanced spring rate up to +80% firmer. By perfecting this, the driver is enabled to provide a solid braking pressure without demanding excessive force. The pedal will allow you to also push beyond threshold should you wish.

Uniquely, this modification does not require the pedal set to be hardmounted to the floor, and is still comfortable for use with barefeet.

The GTEYE spring features a true progressive rate which effectively simulates the real feel of a brake pedal in a real car, and most importantly is capable of improving your lap times.Specially designed for use in the Logitech G25 / G27 Pedal set, this precisely engineered brake pedal spring is the result of over 4 years of design and testing.

Careful consideration to spring stiffness (rate) has been a core GTEYE design philosophy, that`s why it has taken so long to design a spring with a correctly positioned threshold and balanced spring rate up to +80% firmer. By perfecting this, the driver is enabled to provide a solid braking pressure without demanding excessive force. The pedal will allow you to also push beyond threshold should you wish.

Uniquely, this modification does not require the pedal set to be hardmounted to the floor, and is still comfortable for use with barefeet.

The GTEYE spring features a true progressive rate which effectively simulates the real feel of a brake pedal in a real car, and most importantly is capable of improving your lap times.

Thanks, it will be available for US$29.95 incl free shipping worldwide. The package also comes with quality comprehensive installation instructions.

Starting out, it will be for sale on Ebay. Should be online within a day

In vendita su EBAY

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insidesimracing.tv presents our review of the GTEYE Brake Spring mod for the Logitech G27. Shaun Cole starts off with a very detailed how to on installing this mod into the brake of the G27 pedals. Then he discusses how they work in game compared to the stock spring of the Logitech pedals. That is all followed up with the Pros vs. Cons of the upgrade and finally giving it a score on the rev scale.

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Riesumo questo topic perché ho acquistato la molla in questione, l'ho faticosamente installata (sono negato per questo genere di cose) e ora mi viene il dubbio di averlo fatto alla rovescia, con le spire vicine verso l'alto anziché verso il basso.

Al 99,9% non è così, ma quel dubbio... Vorrei però evitare di riaprire la pedaliera, la differenza sarebbe netta? Il pedale ora è molto più simile a quelli reali, come corsa e durezza, ma non so come sarebbe montato sottosopra.

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ciao ..secondo me il lato della molla con le spire più vicine va rivolta verso il basso,è fatta  così  per cercare d' avere un pò di pastosità a fine corsa...può evitare di bloccare le ruote.....io ho quella dell' arc ...ma il discorso è lo stesso.

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Sì, lo dicono anche le istruzioni, il punto è che ho paura di averla montata alla rovescia (in realtà è un dubbio allo 0,1%) e mi chiedevo se, nel malaugurato caso, ci fosse modo di accorgersene immediatamente senza smontare la pedaliera o se la differenza fosse più sottile, obbligandomi a riaprirla.

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Eh, ma per vedere come avevo posizionato la molla GTEYE dovevo per forza di cose riaprire la pedaliera (e smontarla dal supporto)...

Cosa che ho fatto, mica potevo rimanere con il dubbio!

Ovviamente la molla era posizionata in maniera corretta. :asd:

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