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T300 users (with original pedals that suck)

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Mr Blonde, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. Mr Blonde

    Mr Blonde

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    I'm using a T300RS and have tried all of the brake pedal mods that I've found on the internet that give more resistance to the brake pedal (rubber stoppers, furniture leg caps etc) but the best one that I've found in my opinion is the simplest and also the cheapest.

    All you need for this is a bag of very thin elastic bands (usually multicoloured) and a roll of electrical tape (black in my case)

    Make a few elastic band balls varying from half inch to 3 quarters of an inch in diameter and seal the balls with the electrical tape. This is quite fiddly because it's so small and the ball will try to unravel so sealing it with tape is the tricky bit.

    All you need to do then is to drop one ball behind the brake pedal and re-calibrate the brakes to 100% in each game that you play.

    Try the different size balls to suit your preference.

    So simple, so cheap and works a treat! :)[/QUOTE]
     
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  2. Keith Joyce

    Keith Joyce
    Stercus accidit Premium

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    A bit like the squash ball mod for the DFGT...
     
  3. alexSchmurtz

    alexSchmurtz
    SpeedyMite Racing Staff Premium

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    Thanks for the trick! :thumbsup: Would you be able to post a pick please? That's probably not the sharpest looking mod, but just to make sure I understand properly...
     
  4. Mr Blonde

    Mr Blonde

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    Yea no problem. All you need to ensure is that the ball isn't too big that it prevents you from being able to brake at 100% (after re-calibrating) IMG_0094.JPG
     
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  5. Mr Blonde

    Mr Blonde

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    To start the ball you just need to tie the first elastic band in knots and then it only takes a few more bands to make a ball of that size which you then seal with the electrical tape
     
  6. Mr Blonde

    Mr Blonde

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    Yes
     
  7. Andy Jackson

    Andy Jackson
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    Yeah I used to do the old squash ball mod years ago. I found a pack of 4 balls for sale in a local pound shop for a pound funny enough. :thumbsup: Worked fine.
     
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