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Barry reviews MPPC Pedals

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A Great review by Barry again as always. These are some quite nice pedals just to steep on the price for me though. But probably worth every penny too.

 

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Seems like as the price of entry for "High End" pedals is now $900+ the MPPC pedals bring a lot to the table for a few hundred extra bucks... GTconfig, hydraulic brake and ultimate compatibility! 

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I like this review. I used to own CST F1's. It's a really nice set of pedals - there are quite a few details which have been improved one these MPPC's.

I read a few posts of people critizising the flex in the bars. Agree 100% with what Barry says about that - no problem for me at all...will never break of course. Guess you have some similar flex in a real car as well.

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the pressure sensor looks cheap, as he stated 1000psi (?) It looks like the one used on earlier version of HPP pedal. It failed on me within a year. The newer one used on current version HPP pedal  is 5000psi burst and looks "high-end", works great for me so far. I guess Mark knew what he is doing. the pressure sensor is the key!

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Barrys reviews make all other reviews obsolete. 110 % in agreement of the awesomeness of the ergonomics of hanging pedals. For standing to really work as well ergonomic wise your legs must be much higher then the butt :)

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