For many serious gamers that want to add some real-life action to their driving games, an excellent purchase is a wheel and pedal system. Logitech has gone to the next level when they released their G25 Racing Wheel collection. Made with premium materials including genuine leather and real metal it makes it a must-have for simulation racing. Gamers may find that they prefer the pedals inverted for even more realism.
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Things you need
- Phillips screwdriver
- Allen wrench
Flip over the pedal platform so that the bottom is up.
Remove the twelve recessed screws with a Phillips screwdriver. Flip the platform back over.
Use an Allen wrench to remove all three of the pedals. Flip the platform back over.
Remove the two screws underneath the flap on the front side of the platform. Flip the platform right side up.
Lift off the cover. If there is any resistance, check for screws you may have missed.
Unscrew the wire from the cover you just lifted off. There will be two screws that hold the wire down. Remove both. The cover is now completely detached.
Flip over the platform and unscrew the four screws that hold each pedal down, for twelve screws total.
Invert the right accelerator and the left clutch pedal while leaving the centre brake pedal in the same spot.
Mount them on an inverted surface individually or replace the cover and mount the entire platform.
Tips and warnings
- Before inverting the pedals, you may find that the wires get tangled. Label them before unhooking them to avoid confusion. Reattach the wires when the pedals are in their final position.
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