Hi. I went for a long time without playing any sims (rF2 is the one I use) and recently decided to get back into it. One some occasions going down the straights the car lost power/struggled to accelerate. At first I thought maybe the game was simulating a technical problem with the car I was using, but it happened in other cars too. Then I noticed the cable from the pedal unit had some damage to it: Side view: This has been caused by the way I store it. It's attached to a board with a slot for my chair wheel to go in (to stop it rolling): There's hardly any clearance at the back. When not in use the pedals have been left like this: Until recently I had a hard floor, which meant there was nowhere for the cable to go. Does anyone think the damage to the cable could explain the loss of power in game? If the signal's being interrupted the game could interpret it as me getting off the power. Or is that purely cosmetic? Specs: Wheel: Logitech G27 System: Windows 10 64bit Intel i5 Processor Graphics card: AMD Radeon R9 280 (I think, system reports it as R9 200 series).