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Q: How did you come up with the idea for these pedals?

A: We took measurements from the G27/G25 sets of pedals, styling queues from a lot of different pedals on the market in 2012, and designed our own unique set of pedals based on all of that information. It started out as a small project and turned into something big!
 


 

Q: How long have you been working on these pedals?

A: We started working on them in October of 2013, but the design stage started back in May of 2012.
 


 

Q: Did you build these yourself, or do you have a partner?

A: My father and I started the company together, but I've been responsible for the entire building process myself. My father is more of a "silent partner".
 


 

Q: When will these pedals be released to the public?

A: We currently do not have any estimates for a release date. Keep checking back for the latest news!
 


 

Q: How much will these pedals cost?

A: These pedals will cost $319 and $379 everywhere! For example, if you live in Europe, these pedals will cost $319 (2 pedal set) and $379 (3 pedal set). We chose to keep the price in USD$ for two reasons. One, it keeps things simple. And two, it actually lowers the price (from what we had originally intended) for those living overseas. We felt that everyone should be able to get these pedals at the same price. That said, shipping will be more expensive for those living overseas, but this is expected. Please read our "Terms of Sale" for details on VAT's and Customs fees.


 

Q: What is included with the pedals?

A: Each set of pedals includes one 5mm hex wrench, one 1.5mm hex wrench, one 3/16" hex wrench, one 4mm hex wrench, two extra brake bushings (70A durometer polyurethane), and one custom made wrench for tightening the bump stops and tightening the 4-40 nuts used for the potentiometer connecting shaft. These will be shipped inside a small zip-lock bag.
 


 

Q: What kind of electronics are you using, and what size load cell do these pedals use?

A: We are using two industrial grade potentiometers, a 50KG load cell, and a circuit board from DSD. This circuit board will allow you to tweak the sensitivity of the load cell. This will make it so you can press harder or softer and still use the entire 4096 steps of resolution.
 


 

Q: Will these pedals be compatible with the Xbox 360/Xbox One and Playstation 3/PS4?

A: No. These pedals are PC compatible only.
 


 

Q: Which sims/games are these pedals compatible with?

A: These pedals are compatible with all sim/games that allow for a custom controller to be used.
 


 

Q: Will you be shipping world wide?

A: Yes! Keep in mind, though, that shipping overseas can be expensive.
 


 

Q: When can I pre-order a set of these pedals?

A: We have decided not to take pre-orders. Originally, we did want to take pre-orders, but we felt that taking money for something that wasn't built yet really wasn't fair to the consumer. Therefore, we have decided to build every set first, then place them on the website for immediate order.
 


 

Q: Why are you only making 20-30 per batch?

A: There are many factors that determine how many we can produce at one time. The main reason we are limiting the batches to small numbers at first is the fact that we are a very small company, and we have limited man-power. It's basically just myself designing, building, and testing each pedal set before it goes out the door. Over time, these batch sizes will increase. If demand is high enough, we'll eventually hire extra staff to help out.


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