The Logitech G27 has one off the most moddable sets of pedals in the industry, with things like adjustable springs, load cells, even a hydraulic unit! However, one of the limitations of the G27 is the very short pedal throw, as the pedals are arguably quite small. ISRTV Forum members AussieStig (Mark Puc) and Steve Spenceley have decided to team up to try to change that, with the StigSimExperience Pedal Risers.
These pedal risers will allow for a high level of customization, as well as providing a longer pedal throw. You can adjust the pedal to have a positive or negative rake, which can be good for heel-and-toe drivers. The pedal faces can also be adjusted to fit your needs. Pedal functionality will not be affected, and you can even still use the risers in the stock pedal casing. You can also remove the pedals from the casing, or invert them, whatever suits your style.
No release date has been announced, but if you have any interest, Mark and Steve have asked that you send them an email at StigSimExperience@Gmail.com.
Cursed wrote:I don't know why all these reviewers insist that you had to put the extra screw into the wheel on the V1 base after mounting on the quick release. The mounting is completely secure and the amount of movement is minimal. You certainly don't notice it when in use. I have never used the extra screw. I understood that the idea was to put that in to stop someone making off with your wheel if it was in public use.
Cursed wrote:I might have an invite the give away as I don't think I can justify an upgrade. On the iRacing forum some guy sold his for $40 which is a bit cheeky I think.
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