Asetek, "Invicta" racing pedal has hydraulic damper feel

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Mineria Ancient Guru

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    There will also be a version with a clutch pedal.
     
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    Oooh my interest is peaked, I look forward to a price and reviews.
     
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    barbacot Master Guru

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    Cool - I want one...
     

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    Ill stick with my fanatic v3s. Plus I dont support Asetek.
     
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    My ankle hurts just looking at the angle of that peddle.
     
  7. Martin5000

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    they really need to be cast aluminium or some type of alloy.
    the targeted buyer will spend the extra to get quality.
    If its plastic i will skip.
     
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    nope not interested.
    i can see planned obsolescence when i see it.
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    I do not know what material that is, plastic, aluminium or what, but it looks like that it's only there to hold the pedal return spring in place. It does not need to be a very strong spring as it's a gas pedal. No sure how the maximum pedal movement is limited in that design, does that spring also work as a limit or is the limiter similar to the brake pedal, if so then it does not look too weak for me.
     
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    designed to fail so you need to replace.
    no other reason... if its a alloy its fine if its plastic i would avoid.
     

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