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Hi ...... perhaps someone can answer the following : I have a Logitech Driving Force GT racing wheel/pedals, and wonder whether it possible, using one of the above which permits a direct pedals/PC USB connection, rather than the standard pedals/wheel unit connection, it'd be feasible to use the accelerator/brake pedals as rudder pedals with the help of FSUIPC???

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1 hour ago, akstirling said:

Hi ...... perhaps someone can answer the following : I have a Logitech Driving Force GT racing wheel/pedals, and wonder whether it possible, using one of the above which permits a direct pedals/PC USB connection, rather than the standard pedals/wheel unit connection, it'd be feasible to use the accelerator/brake pedals as rudder pedals with the help of FSUIPC???

You mean by ripping out the electronics and cabling from inside your logitech and substituting a Leo Bodnar board connected the same way?

I don't see the point. The Logitech unit must have similar circuitry and chips in it to provide its USB interface. Why change one for the other?

Or is it old enough to need a Game Port connection, or even older, and more unusual,, a serial port? What sort of plug does it use to connect to the PC?

Pete

 

 

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Hi,

your problem will be the pedals to use as rudder as they are independent axis for each pedal, most likely. If so you would need to write i.e. a Lua plugin to control the rudder with highest absolute value from both axes.

Thomas

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