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    Thrustmaster T3PA-PRO - SETTINGS

    So they finally shipped and I will be setting them up on my PlaySeat Challenge - what does everyone have their sensitively set at for the clutch, break and accelerator .. I think on my brake and accel, im at 50% should I change it ?

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    All depends on your style of driving, if you find yourself applying to much throttle to early and sliding out, or maybe you have a heavy right foot, apply a small deadzone and reduce sensitivity a bit. Same goes for either foot/pedals.

    I have had my pro's for two days and literally did my neck in reverse installing them on my playseat alacantra, they weigh a ton dont they!

    I have a heavy left foot so i applied a small deadzone to the clutch just incase i was riding it lol

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    i dont have my TP3A's yet but I have all pedal sensitivity settings at 100 as I like to feel as I have more control over brake and throttle input. Cant say as regards to clutch though sorry.
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    Saw they were in stock on Amazon yesterday so I bought a set and they have already shipped.

    I hope they are as good as everyone says

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    I got the T3PA-PRO pedals and don't think you should change anything to be honest. It's great at default.

    Is your brake pedal also very hard even without the brake-mods?
    My setup: Xbox One X, LG OLED 65" 4K tv, Thrustmaster TX base, F599XX EVO 30 wheel, TH8A shifter, T3PA-PRO pedals, Logitec keyboard, DSD adapter, Isotta aftermarket rim, Jamo 5.1 Surround system!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Str8shooter View Post
    Saw they were in stock on Amazon yesterday so I bought a set and they have already shipped.

    I hope they are as good as everyone says
    They are as good as everyone says

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