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Pedal plate (H) is lifting when applying the brakes.


I have been running inverted pedals without issue for a year now but have just changed to a non-inverted pedal. Now when I apply the brake the front of the plate (part H in the manual) lifts up by over 10 mm. I guess the physics of a non-inverted pedal is different.

The plate lifting adds unwanted movement in the pedal as well as noise when it clunks back down.

Any suggestions on making the plate more solid and adhered to the frame?

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Hi Scott,

Please open a support ticket here so we can have some quick back and forth to gain an understanding of how you have the pedals mounted, what pedals you have, etc.. 

The ticket will also automatically link us up to your customer account so we can see what year your sim was purchased. Quite a few minor improvements have been made throughout the years, etc.. We'll need all that info as a starting point to help you.


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