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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. dnl0319

    dnl0319

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    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. Emery

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    Have you recalibrated the pedals?
     
  3. dnl0319

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    I did in every Game, AC, pCars, Raceroom but no difference? Or can i recalibrate the Pedals with a Programm?
     
  4. Anthony Hodges

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    You could get the Leo Bodnar generic pedals adapter..
    Link
     
  5. dnl0319

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    The reason is the Adapter? cause i plugged it directly in to the base...
     
  6. Anthony Hodges

    Anthony Hodges
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    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. dnl0319

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    Yeah i saw that. But then i have to buy another adapter... :(
     
  8. Anthony Hodges

    Anthony Hodges
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    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. dnl0319

    dnl0319

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    Okay thank u, i will try it with the linked Adapter!
     
  10. Jari Vinnari

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    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. dnl0319

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    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. Jari Vinnari

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    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. dnl0319

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    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. dnl0319

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    Okay i did what u said, but i still got the deadzone on all three pedals...