If you’ve purchased a set of new sim racing pedals, setting them up in the right way is crucial to maximising their potential.
Otherwise, it’s like buying the ingredients for a Gordon Ramsay recipe but not cooking them.
Knowing your spring preloads from your throw adjustment options and elastomers is vital if you’re to improve your performance.
After all, you don’t want to be ‘that person’ who has all the gear, yet no idea.
The pedals in use here at the Sim-Lab XP1s with a loadcell, however, the advice discussed here can be applied to several other brands, so think of this as a general overview and introduction to sim racing pedal set-up.