With the Sim Pedals Ultimate+ being able to cope with up to 140kg of force, standard rigs often show excessive flex under these loads. This all new Ultimate+ baseplate helps to create a rigid mounting platform for your Ultimate+ pedals.
The baseplate assembly consists of multiple elements: The pedal plate on which you mount the pedals, a height adjustable heel plate as well as two brackets which you use to secure the baseplate to your rig.
Mounting hardware is supplied to mount the pedals to the baseplate, as well as hardware to mount the baseplate to a 6mm thick underlying plate.
The baseplate mounting points for the pedals are slots which allow for lateral adjustment of individual pedals. Every single pedal can also be adjusted backwards and forwards through the slots in the pedal feet themselves.
The Ultimate+ Baseplate comes with t-nuts which sit in the adjustment slots below the pedal plate. This allows for convenient fine-tuning of the pedal position by slightly loosening the pedal mounting bolts from the top of the pedal plate.
The Ultimate+ pedal controller can be mounted out of sight at the bottom of the pedal plate. Cable pass throughs have been added to both the pedal plate and the mounting brackets so you can tidy up your installation.
The heel plate on the Sim Pedals Ultimate+ Baseplate is height adjustable. You can either put it in the default position (0mm elevation), or use the supplied 30mm spacers to raise it to a higher position. This helps you to achieve optimal pedal ergonomics in your simulator.
This baseplate is only compatible with our Ultimate+ and classic Ultimate pedals.
Six mounting points on the brackets are provided in total, giving plenty of options mount the baseplate to aluminium profiles or create your own drilling template to install the baseplate to your rig.
Please note that this baseplate does not allow you to install the pedals on a floor without further support, or in a wheel stand where there is no solid connection between the pedals and the seat. A full frame rig/simulator is always required.