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    Superkart Pilot Mowzer's Avatar
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    Thanks for the information mate .
    I never lose i just merely run out of laps,fuel or time

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    So just a quick update I've ordered myself a GTEYE brake modification spring should be here some time next week looking forward too fitting it and seeing the difference . I will let you know how things go thanks again everyone for information and tips .
    I never lose i just merely run out of laps,fuel or time

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    Hi all it's been a couple of weeks since I've fitted the GTeye spring modification too my G920 brake pedal what a difference it has made. Really easy mod to fit too when i firstly fitted it I left the rubber damper block in i found this made the pedal too hard so i stripped the pedals down again and removed the rubber damper now and things are perfect now. Really happy i can definitely recommend this mod to any logitech owners .
    I never lose i just merely run out of laps,fuel or time

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    I had G25 pedals back in the day and I used tighter springs, the squash ball mod and a few other things and they do make the feel of the brake better. When I got my T500 RS, I went for the Bodin load cell brake pedal and THAT made a much bigger difference than any mod to stiffen the springs on past pedals. You can fine tune a load cell in software and modulate the brake pressure so much better than with a regular pot or hall effect sensor. I find it really difficult to heel and toe with the hall effect sensor that came with my pedals, but with a load cell it's not a problem once I dial in the correct range.

    Load cell is the way to go. I can't vouch for the quality myself, but I read good things about Ricmotech and they have a load cell mod for your pedals.
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