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How I setup my Brake pedal for max performance !
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  1. Ben Mvl says:

    Always stuck with the quality of your videos! Thanks a lot for all the explanations everytime! Looking for new pedals set and coming from CSL elite i'm totally lost with all i see.. do you have some advices? BJ simracing, DC sim, heusinkveld sprint, imsim… too much choices..!!!!! hahaha if other guys can help i'm open to discuss! Thanks a lot again 🙂

  2. ATOM I AM says:

    Ultimate pro's here. Again your spot on. I tired up down and sideways and you have to make it livable while achieving control. Sometimes the best products require the most thought and trial. In the end there is nothing like it. Like life you have to work for it. Money can get you fancy things but persistence and the willingness to tinker over and over will bring you much more smiles per kilowatt.

  3. Brummie Deano says:

    @Race Beyond Matter. Not sure if your aware of this but I see you put the yellow spring on first then the harder one but that is the wrong way so Simagic told me.

    Because it uses a pull rod the first spring that comes together is the last spring you put on then as you max that out then the harder spring should compress so the first spring.

    I noticed your yellow is on first and then red so thought I'd mention it. I had to ask them because I took them off and wasn't sure which way too put them but the explanation they gave saying its a pull rode makes sense. If the rod was pushing then yes but it pulls so thought I'd mention it.

    If you Google the simagic pedals you will see they have the red one on first then the yellow. Hope it helps as it maybe why your knee got bad so fast because your going from a hard spring then soft as in backwards

  4. Thomas Hansen says:

    Always a pleasure to watch your videos. So calm and perfect execution.
    Also just bought the ImSim Talento because of your video. Upgrading from Fanatec V3.

  5. Thanasis Profilis says:

    Such an awesome video, it deserves a lot more views as it is something that must be heard by more people. Good timing as well, got the Fanatec V3's and with the default setup and settings I couldn't trailbrake and was locking up. I 've heard about "hard brake pedals" but right now I feel like I need pedal travel to brake correctly so I was confused. Coming from the T3PA pedals and karting irl I feel like I need a decent amount of travel to have good brake control.

  6. Dirty_A-hole69 says:

    I'm half with you and half against you… I like the realism of a stiff pedal and the fact that I can use high friction pads without worrying about locking up. But like you it's easier to break precise if you use less pressure. Here's my example in iRacing. Higher friction pads or smaller brake master cylinder so I can outbreak everybody and I use high pedal pressure also. But to get more precise breaking I add in some brake Force Factor so that if I'm using 50% pedal or less it's easy to modulate. Give it a try you will love it.

  7. Tom Sawyer says:

    I'm always astonished how little people know about their feet.
    We know how much we can differentiate with our hands, even if we are blind, or in VR, we still can differentiate and identify what we are touching.
    Well with the feet its exactly the same, we have receptors that teach the brain. Try it and walk barefoot…

    Why the hell does the sim-racers continue to ignore what the feet really feel in a real racing car. Why do the sim-racers pay expensive wheels to feel the tires with their hand ???
    When it comes to controlling the car, It's the brake that is directly linked to the wheels, the tires, the road.
    Why are the pedals disconnected to the wheels and road in sim-racing ???

    Why are there no FFB Pedals???
    Well, probably because there is not much profit to made out of a FFB pedal. Because it's so easy and cheap to DIY.
    Fix a bass-shaker on the pedal, and set different easily identifiable frequencies (high than other effects, if you have more bass-shakers)
    in SimHub for wheel slip, wheel block, ABS on that bass-shaker only.
    And you will have setup any brake pedal for max performance.

    The braking foot will take over the control of the car, you will even forget the FFB of the expensive wheel in your hands…

  8. Facundo Otero says:

    I think it's safe to say that racecars have stiff brake pedals because if they didn't they would lock up easily because of all the weight of the driver shifting closer to it. A driver would adjust to be stiff as hell on the car for that reason, but on a sim you don't get lots of inertia (even if you had motion systems) and as such you need a softer brake to be more accurate while sim racing and hard pedals make it more difficult.

  9. Smokey Yunick says:

    I love having almost no movement to my brake pedal I like to use the muscle memory method it does work my lap times are very very consistent, and trail breaking for me is easier with a stiff break with hardly any movement that’s what I’m used to it basically no travel I’ve had my pedals setup like that for 2 years now I don’t like a LMG travel brake too hard to trail brake imo but everyone drives different with different driving styles

  10. Jon boy says:

    Super video, as usual. I agree totally, my old bones can't manage 160kg braking so my set up is very similar to yours, a bit of movement requiring less force. For me it's about feeling, when I can feel what the car is doing that builds confidence and results in quicker lap times.

  11. Hwy929 says:

    yeah, setting pressure high to the point of knee injury is stupid. But I like having it high enough to where I'm not locking up the brakes when I panic in the heat of battle. Short travel, enough pressure for 80% braking in most cases works for me.

    IRL, my miata wilwoods suffer from pad knockback after high G turns and I usually have to pump it once before the next turn. SIMS != IRL

  12. Job nvt says:

    this is so funny. I was making my brake padel harder and harder to push. I have Fanatec V3 with the hardest brake kit option and i set the pressure very high. But that made my leg hurt after long sessions. No i tuned it back a little bit and now i can drive for hours without problem. Still i have all the control i need. And those padels are not that expensive! But still i love them. I will keep them until they are broken or very old.

  13. Christoforos Paphitis says:

    as a rule of thumb the more road going is the car the longer the pedal movement (which makes it feel softer), the more racing car all the way to F1 the shorter the pedal travel.
    He explained it perfectly but let metry to summarize what I understood: In road going cars such as the MX5 you will not gain as much time by going earlier to 100% brake force than by manipulating the weight transfer accurately. The more high power / downforce car more gains are to be had by reaching maximum braking force faster, weight transfer manipulation doesn't gain you as much time anymore in comparison

  14. bmwM3M5M6 says:

    Very clear and informative video !
    I use now Fanatec CSL elite loadcell. Not high end but it does the job.
    I’m thinking to buy one day Heusinkveld Ultimates+.

  15. AS says:

    Also watched Random Callsign's video on this, and I'm happy you guys spread this information around. In the end it's subjective and you are giving out good pointers, especially regarding fatigue and injury. I've spent alot of time finetuning my brake pedal, and in terms of performance I'm actually super satisfied, but after long sessions I find my foot to be in some pain. It's around 40-50kg on the pedal plate, feels great but I start to think it's not worth compromising health. The leavers on my Mountainbike's hydraulic system aren't heavy at all, but I still have got an amazing feeling. Food for thought, definitely! Also, choose the right shoes, too narrow of a shoe also caused pain for me, haha 😀

  16. alpha007org says:

    I never understood the mantra "hardest possible brake + no travel" and manufacturers making Hydraulic Pedals with some travel. If "no travel" why even make hydraulic pedals. Just put pressure plate and be done. Today @random callsign released a video about this topic. And it seems e sports drivers use at lest some brake travel and the majority configure their pedals for a decent amount of travel. So I think most of the hype about hydraulic pedals is just marketing. I think if I bought 1000 EUR+ pedals (like Asetek Invicta) I would also probably think this is the best possible brake configuration. But this never made any logical sense to me. Brake with Progressive harder travel makes the most logical sense to me. You train your muscle memory and is probably more precise with travel involved than no travel.

  17. Fastissimo says:

    What do you think about heels rest plate ?
    Is it better to use one (set close to the pedals) or better to not have one and let the heel push on the base of the pedal ?

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