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TX Serve Base + G27 Pedals = Pedal Deadzone (10-15%)

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by dnl0319, Nov 2, 2015.

  1. I got a TX Servo Base and the G27 Pedals. The Pedals are connected to the Base with an Adapter.

    But i got deadzones an every Pedal, about 10-15%.

    Does anybody have an Idea do i fix that?

    Edit: I recently mounted a spring Mod from GTEYE, could that maybe the reason?

    Thanks if someone can help me!
    Last edited: Nov 2, 2015
  2. Have you recalibrated the pedals?
  3. I did in every Game, AC, pCars, Raceroom but no difference? Or can i recalibrate the Pedals with a Programm?
  4. Anthony Hodges

    Anthony Hodges
    Hodgy Premium Member

    You could get the Leo Bodnar generic pedals adapter..
  5. The reason is the Adapter? cause i plugged it directly in to the base...
  6. Anthony Hodges

    Anthony Hodges
    Hodgy Premium Member

    That adapter i linked does not go into the base. that will make your g27 pedals standalone. You would plug that adapter into the usb at the back of your PC.
  7. Yeah i saw that. But then i have to buy another adapter... :(
  8. Anthony Hodges

    Anthony Hodges
    Hodgy Premium Member

    I dont have the TX base so I cant really help you there. But if you cant find a solution you could look at that. I'm using the linked adapter and it works well.
  9. Okay thank u, i will try it with the linked Adapter!
  10. Im using Richmotecs Thrustmaster wheel to Logitech pedals adapter. Sometimes I have deadzone problem if I have pressed pedals during the power up /calibration routine of the wheel.

    You need to recalibrate the pedals by using the Thrustmaster┬┤s control panel.
    Its important that you power up your wheel, let the wheel calibrate, start the Thrustmaster Control Panel and only then press the pedals all the way down.
  11. I do this. I power up my pc and don't touch the Pedals, the wheel calibrates and i start a game... should i recalibrate the pedals every time i power up the pc and wheel before i start any game?
  12. [​IMG]
    First you need calibrate the pedals in Thrustmaster Control Panel.
    Check this guide-> http://ts.thrustmaster.com/faqs/eng/thr_eng_00144.pdf

    You start the Thrustmaster Control Panel and only the you press the pedals.
    After that you can go to game and calibrate the wheel there too.
  13. Okay so i start the preferences on control panel and press every pedal. And then it's calibrated? So I don't have to do that all the time I powered up the pc and wheel?
  14. Okay i did what u said, but i still got the deadzone on all three pedals...