Fanatec Clubsport Pedals – Video Tutorial

Fanatec has released a new video tutorial for their Clubsport pedal set. The video shows how to disassemble & adjust the set, the video also shows how to change the lubricant for those who want it to move more smoothly.

Even though the set already offers plenty of adjustment options, Fanatec is planning on offering a tuning kit consisting of several tools, springs and foam so customers can adjust the pedals to their needs even further. The pedals sell for 199 euros/dollars, Europeans can get their example here while North American sim racers can pre-order here

In related news, Fanatec has released new versions of their 32bit & 64bit steering wheel & Clubsport pedal drivers. If you already own a Fanatec wheel, make sure to download the new 091 version driver here as it fixes several issues that were also mentioned in my GT3 RS wheel & Clubsport pedal review.

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  • http://www.srrs-racing.net/ ermax18

    I need these. :)

  • paupau

    He sounds an awful lot like the Terminator, don’t mean it in a bad way but its funny :wink:
    I really enjoyed the review, good to know so much about it before making a purchase.

  • http://racingrenders.com F1Racer

    paupau:
    He sounds an awful lot like the Terminator, don’t mean it in a bad way but its funny

    So imagine instead of “Come with me if you want to live”, he’d say “Use these pedals if you want to drive” and “I`ll be on the track” :weird:

  • http://www.gtlw.co.uk DucFreak

    Fantastic stuff! :grin:

    These pedals come as standard package on the Fanatec GT3RS-Clubsport wheel and people have been comparing that to the G25, which could make sense to some extent but then… it doesn’t, if you really look at it.

    For instances… just look at the build construction and ammount of adjustment on these pedals(and seems really easy to adjust), this is actually a lot more closer to some higher-end pedals instead… for a fraction of their price!

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