Ricmotech Logitech Load Cell Kit Review


Sim Racing Garage is testing the Ricmotech Brake Load Cell Conversion Kit for Logitech G25, G27, G29 and G920 (v2)

If you are looking for a soft and mushy brake pedal then this is not the load cell for you, but if you are looking for a load cell upgrade kit that has been engineered to replicate the feel and reaction of a real race car brake system then you have found it. This load cell kit is designed to replicate the pedal travel and resistance of Formula 1, Daytona Prototypes. When the brake pedal is under mid to full braking load the pedal remains at a steady height to make heel-toe downshifting possible without upsetting the balance of the car.

Link to Logitech G25 & G27 Load Cell Kid

The Kid is also available for Thrustmaster T500RS & T3PA-PRO Pedals

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Sim Racing Bay OSW Wheel Kit Review


Sim Racing Bay OSW Wheel Kit Review

Sim Racing Garage is taking a close look at the Sim OSW Wheel Kit.

This is a very heavy and solid Wheel. With an strong 20nm motor.
Have you ever wonder how these Kit´s work? You can see it in the Video.


Here is a link to the kit on Simracingbay

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The Feel VR Budget Direct Drive Wheel and Loadcell Pedal Set is Now Available On Kickstarter


It has been long in the making and heavily discussed, and as it looks now, it is becoming a reality! Feel VR has launched its budget-oriented direct drive wheel and pedal set on Kickstarter , and within a day backers have quadrupled the initial funding goal!

As you may know, direct-drive wheels are really where it is at, in terms of force feedback performance. Hence, many manufacturers have already jumped aboard the bandwagon and have released many difference direct-drive wheels. And whilst they nearly all convince users of their superior quality, they all come with a hefty price tag.

Feel VR is now offering a direct-drive wheel at an “honest” price of $399 (early-bird price; later on, $ 669), which is still a lot of money, but more than halves prices of existing direct-drive wheels.

Check it out on Kickstarter

Source: Inside sim Racing