In this Review Kris will be looking at ARC Teams Brake Mod for Logitechs G25/27 brake pedal. It promises to be an interesting subject and this brake mod really is very well made...Enjoy By Kris Vickers First Impressions: What you get when you purchase the ARC Team brake mod is the following; The steel ‘piston’ in two sections, One stiff dual rate spring, And one softer dual rate spring (but still stiffer than the default G25). For reference, the yellow spring is the softer one. The first thing you will notice is that it’s heavy, and it looks and feels very sturdy. You definitely will not have to get in touch with Team ARC for a replacement, as this thing will never break. It feels very industrial and not sim-ish at all, as it’s made from steel. You could quite easily believe that this can/was fitted on a real car! Nuts and Bolts: Upon purchasing from the website, you can also choose to download the instructions in PDF format. You can tell the instructions were written by someone who’s first language is not English, but they are still very clear in what you need to do to install this device and also include pictures at each step. It’s very simple to install too, as it is designed to be a direct replacement of the G25 brake ‘piston’. No wiring/soldering is necessary. The only tools required are a Phillips screwdriver, a 2.5mm and 5mm hex key and a 10mm spanner. While your fitting the spring of your choice, you’ll appreciate the little details that have gone into this. Things like the rubber bump stop on the damper and the white lithium grease applied as lubricant. You will also notice that the steel is beautifully cut to a high standard. Installation should take no more than 30 minutes, and that is at a leisurely pace. It took me a little longer, but I had one child sitting all over my pedal set while trying to unscrew them and the other pinching my tools! You do have to be careful about the wires when opening the pedal set up, but this is all covered in the manual. The drilled shafts at both ends of the piston are a nice fit to the original nuts and bolts, and because of this, there are no issues with fitting. Driving with the Brake mod: If all you are used to is the standard brake pedal of the G25, when you try this mod on the track, you will certainly tell the difference. I did the traditional man thing of going straight for the toughest spring, and boy does it live up to its name. Understandably, it took a fair few laps to get used to the new tension of the pedal, but once I started to, I could see lap times come down slightly. I found it easier to find and hold the pedal at the limit, meaning I could brake later and have shorter braking distances. What I liked about using this pedal, is when I was braking, instead of using just my ankle to push my foot onto the pedal, I was using my whole leg as you would in a road car. Conclusion: It’s a sure way of improving the feel of your G25 pedal-set, While it’s very easy to install, there are precautions to be taken, but all are well documented. Overall it feels very well made, solid and looks very professional. Value : 85/100 While this is not the cheapest piece of kit, for the €108 price tag, what you get is bomb proof and will easily outlast the Logitech pedal set with great functionality. Functionality : 95/100 Does exactly what it’s meant to and feels great to use. Quality: 98/100 Very well made, beautifully engineered piece of kit. RD Rating: 278/300 Buy One?? : I would certainly purchase one of these, as the improvement over the standard brake pedal is vast. For more information about this product, or any other of Team ARC`s products visit there website HERE I would like to thank Kris for his first 'offical' review and thank Andrea from ARC Team very much for making this review possible. We will shortly be reviewing the much awaited ARC Team G25 /G27-E Mod.