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Hey guys, I was wondering if any of yall have installed rumble motors onto your peddles? And if so do yall know if I could get this to work on an xbox one? Been wanting to do this for quite some time but. Not sure if I can get it to work on xbox. If any of yall have done this, could you give me some info on how to go about this. Thanks in advance guys.
DaWorstPlaya posted a topic in Sim Gear - Buy and SellSelling my Bodin Solutions BLC-T3PA mod for the Thrustmaster T3PA pedal set. Used for a season, then I got rid of my pedals. The item has been out of stock on John Bodin's website for a long time. This is a great mod, as the load cell is rock solid and won't go bad unlike the stock pots in the pedals. The feel is more of a race car non power assisted feel. Includes all original parts, instructions and 2 extra rubber stoppers to experiment with. Asking $75 shipped to all lower 48 states in the US. USA only. http://www.bodin-solutions.com/BLC-T3PA/p1644578_15489765.aspx
Quick little diy to make the pedals a bit more realistic in feel. Conical brake mod did work, but I needed a little more than just that. The brake uses 3 different types of rubber and I'm able to switch in and out to my desire. Clutch system works on a cam. This cam action gives it a very realistic feel when depressing the pedal. I know it's been done before etc, hence the fact that I went that route to diy my own version of it. It uses the same type of mounts as the conical brake mod to make installation a breeze. The pedals are still rig mountable as a standard M6 bolt keeps the gas pedal bolted down, and on the clutch and brake side I machined a M6 bolt that steps down to M5, thus going through the M6 pocket in the pedals and at the same time threading into the M5 add on fixture. A little bit of thread pitch entry calculation had to be done to make sure it tightens down with enough force without being loose in the pedal set. Anyways, I also know that if I had all this done and had to pay for it I might as well just buy a Heusinkveld set or something similar. Luckily, I know my way around tools etc, and making this was just as relaxing as using it. Win win I'd say.