Brake pedal offset for heel & toe

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Fleskebacon, Apr 28, 2016.

  1. Fleskebacon

    Fleskebacon Well-Known Member

    Feb 16, 2015
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    I got the G27 "Tilton style" pedal pads from DSD, which look and feel great. But they are all the same height, which made heel & toe a bit difficult. At least for me. I ended up over-revving badly...

    So I offset the brake pedal and clutch pedal by adding some 1/4" plastic pads. I ended up offsetting them by 3/4", which feels good to me. Problem solved.

    But just out of curiosity: How much offset do you guys have on your brake pedal, compared to the gas pedal? And how much is common in a real race car?
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  2. ElNino

    ElNino Well-Known Member

    Feb 7, 2015
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    On my G27 I just moved the brake and gas closer together and learned to heel toe this way, so it feels good for me now.

    your post may have me reconsidering though :)

    Learning proper heel/toe has spilled over to my everyday driving, so I have also learned the process in my real cars - on my Mazda 3 i had to re-position the pedals. Of course i don't heel toe every time i need to slow down, but nice to be able to do when i'm in the mood.
  3. digitizer

    digitizer Well-Known Member

    Mar 26, 2016
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    What do you think is better for my G25. Buy new better pedals or just mod for break pedal with load cell (how good is for heel & toe) ?