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Sphinx

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Anyone tried them?  Reviews?  

 

Here's one that a friend has but seems pricey:

https://www.ricmotec..._p/rmt-lc27.htm

 

I found this one too, but it doesn't seem to be a load cell solution, just better components:

https://www.axc-sim....ech-g29-pedals/



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The pricey one, yeah, may as well pony up for real pedals and be done with it.
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This option is very pricey, but it's an actual hydraulic cylinder so the feedback is excellent:

http://perfectpedal....t_pedal_diy.php



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I have the perfectpedal mounted on my Logitech G28 pedals.  Much better than stock, spring potentiometer pedal, but I still need a cockpit setup to mount it all in.


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The pricey one, yeah, may as well pony up for real pedals and be done with it.

 

Since I'm using this on an Xbox setup, I need something that will play nice with the logitech wheel.  Fanatec has a new set coming out that will work with an adapter (it seems).  But that's for a $100 pedals and their $100 LC kit.  So, seems like it's all the same.

 

Other suggestions?



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I have the Ricmotech. It is a very worthwhile upgrade and makes the brake pedal feel much closer to a regular car.

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Here is a $60 load cell. If you have a G29/G920, this drops right in after you clip the ears off. Installs like ricmotech but no circuit board is needed.

https://www.amazon.c...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

Measure load cell for wire then drill hole like ricmotech install but hole is not at 1". Put rubber block from brake in sideways so it is thinner. No spring. Switch springs around to make clutch and throttle stiffer. Done.

 

Electrically, it will work in a G25/G27 but the "spring perch" in the brake piston is a little different.


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