CSL Loadcell brakepedal excessive Play / footplacement
I received the lc pedal a few days ago and mounted it on the original base onto my aluminum rig.
The thing I noticed right away was excessive play on the pedal itself. The bushing of the pedal is way to thin, for what i can see.
The metal axle sits flush but the pedal can move left-right, which give the pedal al loose feeling an clunky noise.
Any workarounds to make this better? I do understand that there must be a minimum on play to make movement possible but this is rather annoying.
Second question, more like advice, what's the most accurate brakepedal position-footplacement.
So the loadcell outputs a signal depending the deformation. Which is depending on the placement of the foot.
I play with socks, no racing shoes, and notice quite a difference in pressure that is needed depending where my foot lands on the pedal.
For now I'm experimenting with the elastomer rings for a 'near realistic' pedal feel. But I do wonder what the perfect foot position might be.