Sim Pedals Pro Curved Pedal Plate Upgrade

This page contains instructions on installing and adjusting the Sim Pedals Pro Curved Pedal Plate Upgrade.

Installation

The curved pedal plates are an upgrade for Sim Pedals Pro which originally came with flat pedal plates. The curved pedal plates will improve the positioning of your feet on the pedals and enhancing the overall feel of the pedals.

In order to install the Curved Pedal Plates, follow these steps:

  • 1) Remove your original pedal plates. This requires loosening the nut from the bolt at the back of the pedal plate. This can be done with the wrench and 3mm hex key supplied in the toolkit which came with your pedal set.
  • 2) Install the new curved plate in any of the 3 available positions on the pedal arm. Make sure the notches on the pedal arm fall into the holes of the curved pedal plate.
  • 3) Fasten the curved pedal plate using the original fastening materials. In case there is only a small amount of bolt thread available for the nut to be mounted on, you may discard the metal washer which originially sat between the nut and the pedal plate.
  • 4) Do not overtighten the nut. If you use too much force you will be able to ‘flatten’ the curve in the plate.

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