1 Minute Review of the Ricmotech Real Gear Pro GT1 3 Pedal Set

Shaun Cole On August 16, 2014
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This is a very quick one minute review of the Ricmotech Real Gear Pro GT1 pedals by The Simpit.  In just a little over a minute we will tell you everything we can about these pedals.  

The Pro GT pedals are an extremely high end set of racing pedals for your pc sim racing.  The pedals start out as real life after market parts for hot rods or race cars.  They are then converted to be used in the sims with fancy sensors and a control unit to calibrate it for your own needs.

In this video cover the main features and take a good visual look at them.  Then we briefly talk about our favorite things about these pedals while driving.  

In the end you will know plenty but if you are still looking for more we have created 2 other videos for your enjoyment.


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Great review, you've convinced me to buy one of these for my rigsmile

One question, do you think the mounting brackets could be inverted (and swapped left to right) to mount it from the top?

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