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Stiffer Spring Clubsport Pedals V2

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by Kurt Vanhee, Feb 9, 2014.

  1. Kurt Vanhee

    Kurt Vanhee
    Premium Member

    Looking for a stiffer spring to put on my CSP v2.
    Would like to see what suits me best.
    Know that people have replaced it, so would like know where they got them from.
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  2. Jeremy Roberts

    Jeremy Roberts
    Premium Member

    I would like a view on this also and would be grateful for any info.
  3. I had a buddy with a tuning kit from v1 and I put a stifer spring on the gas and brake

    honestly its better than my cannon pedals were, and I do not regret selling the cannons
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  4. Jeremy Roberts

    Jeremy Roberts
    Premium Member

    That's interesting and great info Chris, thanks.

    I've had a look on the Fanatec Website (EU) but can't locate the tuning kit. It looks like they've stopped supplying it unfortunately. If anyone else knows an alternative for stiffer springs, I'd be keen to know.
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  5. Last edited: Mar 10, 2014
  6. Leemstradamus

    Mid pack attack!

    I was just asking about this on another thread. I really want to get some stiffer springs.
  7. Leemstradamus

    Mid pack attack!

  8. Link Fixed Saleem, Sorry about that.
  9. Leemstradamus

    Mid pack attack!

    Thanks for trying but still a no go for me.
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  10. What the F,,,, lol

    OH i see what they've done, Lol replace "racedepartment" With insidesimracing


    sneaky buggers.

    mod: not your fault! But what goes around comes around :)
    Last edited by a moderator: May 20, 2014
  11. I've been satisfied with a combination of spring swapping amongst the pedals along with coaxially mounting hardware store sourced generic springs. By coaxial I mean winding two springs into one another so that *both* are active at the same time along the same mounting axis. If you experiment for awhile you may find a combination you prefer.