DIY Pedal Mount for Logitech G27 Pedals


Shaun Cole On June 1, 2014
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The Logitech G27 is the most popular wheel in sim racing.  Therefor it has more modifications then most other wheels.  This can be to upgrade the pedals or to be able to use them as stand alone pedals.  This DIY project by The Simpit allows you to mount your g27 pedals in any fashion that you see fit.  It is easy to use and gives your pedals a pro look

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Steve Bradshaw On 2014-08-08 12:59:34
Steve Bradshaw

Great video.. Love things like this.
Please do the same for inverted pedals.
Any ideas for G25 shifter mods.
 

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Tim Chitwood On 2014-06-04 18:43:32
Tim Chitwood

I use an office chair on carpet, so I use a carpet protector that I drilled two holes in and using large area washers and some studs and nuts in the holes nearest to me with pedals set to drive. This along with the gripper secure my pedals very well even with a GTEYE Progressive Brake Spring. Very cheap fix.

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Simon Knight On 2014-06-03 22:44:34
Simon Knight

gr8 video Shaun! going to biuld someting like that for my clubsports over the weekend! smile

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Simulation Junkie On 2014-06-02 01:15:55
Simulation Junkie

Well done.

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Sébastien TIXIER On 2014-06-01 07:35:54
Sébastien TIXIER

Nice, you an also do same thing with Fanatec CSR Elite ;) With addittional benefit that Fanatec CSR Elite pedal have a vertical mounting slot ;) So you , if like me you "drill" an horizontal slot on your mounting "chassis", you can adjust all pedals horizontaly and vertically , which is nice smile I personnaly went for a pedal "Porsche" Layout.



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Dino Arellano Dino Arellano
Hey man. Love your style and input on all your reviews. I have a question: my rig is fo the ps4, it has the thrustmaster t300 Alcántara edition, the fanatec clubsport v3 pedals, the cpx adapter from Basherboards, and I am looking forward to get this fanate shifter. You said that I could connect this shifter directly to the pedals via a USB cable. My question is: is that setup only for pc or will it work with the setup I provided above? 

Thanks very much for your answer. I wouldn't wanna have to conform with the th8 because a misunderstanding of compatibility, and missing out on the fanatec Choice. 

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