Sim Pedals Pro Clutch Upgrade

The Heusinkveld Sim Pedals Pro clutch upgrade is a great addition if you currently own a Sim Pedals Pro 2-pedal set. Maximum clutch force is 14kg (31lbs). Fully adjustable pedal geometry and pedal force.

Starting from €119

If you own a Heusinkveld Sim Pedals Pro 2-pedal set, you may want to add a clutch pedal to your simulator. This Pro clutch pedal will plug right into your existing Sim Pedals Pro controller box.

 

If you want to add a single clutch pedal to your existing Sim Pedals Pro pedal set, order this product.

Clutch pedals often get lighter towards the end of their travel. The Heusinkveld Sim Pedals Pro feature a regressive spring mechanism allowing you to greatly adjust the effort, travel and feel.

The maximum pedal effort of 14kg or 31lbs is again far greater than that of regular consumer grade pedals, but lighter settings are easily selected. There are effectively 15 different feel settings to choose from, 10 are drawn in the chart below.

The clutch has an RJ9 plug and can be connected to your Sim Pedals Pro controller board (as long as it has a free RJ9 socket).

Sim Pedals Pro Clutch Upgrade

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