T3PA loadcell upgrade DIY guide (2 Viewers)

Marcin P

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Hi I just wanted to say thanks for the post regarding DIY load cell. I had been talking to a good friend of mine about my driving and suggested going for a load cell setup with my T3PA pro pedals. And he also sent me this link which I used to find and purchase the parts for my DIY setup.
I wont say I didn't have any issues but that was due to getting the pedals apart and there was no plug on the circuit board for the pro pedals. I also had to make my own bracket to hold the load cell but it's all fitted working well and very happy with the results.
Hi, did you use leo bodnar amp? Can you tell me where to put the potentiometer, so I can set the correct value of breaking?
 

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Hello,

Great guide! Anyone able to help me? Never done anything with circuit boards. I think the board from the pedals runs at 3.3 V. Do i need to buy a load cell that goes to a maximum of 3.3V or does any amount of voltage work? Dont want it to break/crash.

Would love to make a spring / rubberdamper with a lot of travel like on the Heusinkveld Ultimate pedals or on the Fanatecs. I got the Ricmomod right now (bought used T3PA's and ricmo was installed) and i dont really like them. Because there is near to no travel in the pedal.

Anyone got an idea how i can copy the High end pedals without breaking the bank?
 

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unless your confidant & capable in sourcing materials, machinery/tooling, CAD & assembly, you're always gonna be cheaper & faster just buying off the shelf bud.
Saying that, everyone certainly has the time to kill to diy..
 

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