Replaced these 19yr old Logitech car sim pedals yesterday.
I bought them in 1998 to play Grand Prix Legends, but found they could work in flight sims too though i had to keep the steering wheel (in a cupboard) as a 'usb adapter'..much to my wife's displeasure. So they stayed, and stayed, and as much as i cursed them i knew they worked and i knew how to work them.
The left pedal is/was firmer (maybe my left foot got stronger) and, being so old, both pots spike a lot and my yaw curves were pretty insane to help mitigate. I thought new pedals would easily be much better, but muscle-memory is a funny thing
The new pedals are bright, shiny Thrustmaster TFRPs. Smooth as advertised, but you have to move your whole foot and leg forward and back, whereas with the old logitechs i could lightly twist my ankle or even just toes to get the required input - without even thinking about it.
I guess i'll get used to pushing my legs back and forth over time but i miss the logitechs, and it got me wondering a couple of things.
1. Anyone else have a favourite hardware that they used for a silly period of time?
2. Anyone else transition from car pedals to flight pedals? Help
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