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Forte® Sim Racing Pedals Brake & Throttle

$ 459.99 Excl. VAT $ 459.99

Immerse yourself with the real-life racing inspired Forte Sim Racing Pedals.

By utilizing a M.L.C.P.C (Mechanical Load Cell Powered Cylinder) System, these sim racing pedals pave the way for authentic racing by simulating the sensation of a real race car without going full hydraulic. 

The Forte Sim Pedals have been thoroughly tested by both racers and sim enthusiasts, and with that feedback in mind, the pedals are engineered and designed to replicate the real deal and give you that competetive edge.

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Inspired by real-life racing

The design of the Forte Pedals is crafted with user experience in mind, featuring color-coded adjustable elements for a quick start and ensuring intuitive and mostly tool-less usage.

The sim racing pedals are highly adjustable, allowing you to channel your inner racer and easily customize the travel and hardness settings to your exact preferences. 

Furthermore, while the Forte Pedals are not hydraulic, they still offer the hydraulic sensation of a fully depressed brake pedal because of the M.L.C.P.C. System. This allows you to pressure modulate and trail brake – thanks to the 2-stage system inspired by the Invicta Pedals. 

The Forte Face Plates are sock-friendly for a comfortable driving experience without sim racing shoes.



Having a hard brake pedal will allow your muscle memory to be trained to perfection. Muscle memory is the subconscious telling your muscles just the right amount of pressure, leaving your conscious mind to take care of more important things at that moment – like watching traffic or hitting apex.  
Your muscle memory system is not wired to remember a position. Try to lift your hand with your eyes closed and reach the same spot within 0,5 mm 10 times in a row, and you will get the point. On the flip side, your muscle memory can memorize a pressure extremely accurately, meaning going around a track, your muscle memory can make you brake the same way again and again. This cannot be achieved with a soft pedal – especially when trail braking.


Furthermore, a hard brake pedal will allow you to brake later. Imagine having a brake pedal with 50 mm (common for many sim racers) of travel versus a brake pedal with almost zero travel.

You are going 300 km/h down a straight. With the long travel brake, it will physically take you perhaps 1/10 of a second more to reach full braking power. On the stiff brake pedal, you will reach maximum braking power instantly.

If you have three hard braking zones on a track, you will gain 3/10 of a second each lap by using a hard brake with minimal travel.

The M.L.C.P.C. brake system gives you an authentic braking sensation without going hydraulic like the Invicta Pedals.

1. Enhanced Control

A hard brake pedal provides you with more control and increases your chances of delivering consistent performances every time.

2. Improve Muscle Memory

An improved use of muscle memory helps you to refine your pedal inputs and thereby establish more consistent braking.

3. Shorter Travel, Later Braking

A hard brake equates to a shorter travel distance, meaning you physically need to move the brake for a shorter duration to gain maximum braking power.


Most mechanical sim racing pedals on the market have an ‘unlimited’ travel, essentially determined by how hard you squeeze the elastomer. Often, the elastomer is overworked (compressed beyond its design), resulting in a spongy and inconsistent brake feel, eventually leading to the elastomer breaking due to being overworked and out of specification.  
But, most importantly, with the longer brake pedal travel, you have to brake earlier to build up full brake pressure and lose out on important milliseconds every lap.

To avoid that, the functionality of the M.L.C.P.C System is based on two stages – the soft stage and the hard stage – just like in a real race car and the Invicta Pedals.


Real race car:

When you apply pressure on the pedal, it will move 10-20 mm (measured on the pedal plate), while you build up pressure, while the caliper pistons are traveling to and pushing the brake pads against the brake disc, and to compensate for the small amount of play in all the mechanical parts on the pedal system that is required for them not to seize up.

The M.L.C.P.C System:

In our pursuit of creating the most authentic race car feel, we've incorporated a mechanical stop in the M.L.C.P.C. System. That means you can adjust the hardness of the soft stage by changing elastomers, but the travel will be limited to 15-25 mm on the pedal plate (around 12 mm piston travel in the M.L.C.P.C cylinder).


Real race car:

When hydraulic pressure is built up, the brake pads are squeezing the discs hard and all mechanical play is compensated. In this stage, your foot is basically pressing against a wall, because now your muscles are pressing directly against the hydraulic forces (the brake fluid). Since the fluid cannot be compressed, you will feel the pedal is hard.

When a racecar driver complains about a “long” or a “soft” pedal, it is typically because there is air in the system, and since air CAN be compressed, the pedal will feel soft and long. The mechanics then bleed the brakes for air, meaning there is only fluid left in the system, and the pedal is once again hard after passing the “soft stage”.

The M.L.C.P.C. System:

To simulate the ‘hard stage’ where it feels like pressing against a concrete wall, we have implemented a rubber damper, which will simulate the fully engaged brake caliper but still enable the load cell sensor to measure additional pedal pressure, which makes perfect trail braking possible. This is the same feeling you get in a real race car.

Brake the way you like it

Because the load cell sensor is implemented with a gearing (ratio between pedal pressure and load cell deflection), any user using from the softest elastomer to the hardest elastomer will experience the full load cell resolution of around 4000 points in only 12mm inside the M.L.C.P.C cylinder from released pedal to 2nd stage. That is a resolution of 1/5th of a human hair!

By adjusting the piston and thumb lock nut in front of the mechanical brake cylinder, you can adjust the preload of the system to closely mimic the gap you will experience in a real car (between disc and brake pad).

We have made this adjustable, so you can have the feeling just the way you like it – and just like your favorite car. Using the RaceHub software, you can also adjust your dead zone on the brake pedal. This allows you to rest your foot on the pedal without getting inputs to the game.



Elastomer Kit
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Firm Throttle Spring
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Invicta™ Pedal Face Plates
$ 32.99 Excl. VAT $ 32.99
Universal Footrest
$ 32.99 Excl. VAT $ 32.99


RaceHub is our central software for calibrating and adjusting Asetek SimSports products to suit your exact needs. 

Tailoring your hardware settings is crucial for achieving consistency in every performance, and that’s why RaceHub comes with an extensive list of features to help you achieve your goals in the simulator. 

Effortlessly calibrate and adjust your throttle, brake, and clutch within seconds. All calibrations and adjustments are automatically saved in our EPROM (Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory), saving you time for future races. 


We aim to lead the industry – not only in quality but also in innovation. Our goal is to transform the way you acquire, use, and upgrade your sim racing hardware, providing a future-proof platform that facilitates simple and easy upgrades, allowing you to easily upgrade to Invicta Pedals.

This platform philosophy benefits you, us, and, most importantly, the environment by promoting the reuse of existing products and minimizing waste.


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Tech Specs

  • Exquisite, radical, and minimalistic industrial Danish design (Registered Community Design No. 009148265-0001/0002/0003)
  • Adjustable pedal stops
  • Adjustable travel settings
  • All-black anodized aluminum pedal base and pedal arms with CNC machined contrast cut
  • All-black anodized aluminum smooth and sock-friendly pedal plates allowing hours and hours of comfortable use. The pedal plates can be adjusted vertically.
  • Pedal base with integrated heel rest and RGB LED that can be adjusted, dimmed, or turned completely off in the RaceHub software
  • Calibrations made in RaceHub will automatically be saved in our EPROM (Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory). This results in calibration (pressures, deadzones and more) will remain saved for every simulator/game (You do need to set 0 and 100% value in the game)
  • Only one USB connection to the PC from the pedal base regardless of 2 or 3 pedal utilization
  • All adjustable mechanical features are by default colored orange
  • Inhouse-developed electronics with 16-bit resolution
  • Easy to add clutch pedal to the Forte Throttle & Brake combo
  • Designed and tested to +1,000,000 activations, which far exceeds any race car specification


  • Depth, width, and height: 18.0 in x 8.3 in x 10.1 in
  • Weight: 6.6 lbs

Brake System

  • The M.L.C.P.C. (Mechanical Load Cell Powered Cylinder) patent-pending brake cylinder gives you the experience of driving a real race car
  • Die-cast aluminum zero play pedal arm with integrated long durability ball bearings and bronze bushing at the clevis rotation point
  • Load cell will sense up to 396 lbs of force on the face of the pedal plate with hardest elastomer 4000N depressed 12mm / until 2nd stage is engaged
  • Geared ratio between pedal pressure and load cell deflection ensuring constant and full resolution to any user independent of elastomer hardness. 4000 points in only 12mm inside the M.L.C.P.C cylinder from released pedal to 2nd stage 1/5th of a human hair.
  • Two-stage system that mimics the hard- and soft stages of a real race car
  • Two interchangeable elastomers for adjustment of hardness combined with an integrated physical stop and expansion chamber to mimic race car feel as well as not overloading the elastomers
  • Manually adjustable initial touch hardness to mimic perfect brake pad to brake disc distance
  • Pedal arm designed for 44o lbs of force and a burst pressure of up to 154 lbs.

Throttle System

  • Die-cast aluminum zero play pedal arm with integrated long durability ball bearings and bronze bushing at the clevis rotation point.
  • 16-bit magnetic wireless hall TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) with no mechanical wear and zero maintenance
  • Custom throttle curves can be adjusted and 100% customized in the RaceHub software to mimic a real race car butterfly opening. For example, a linear curve in dry conditions and a progressive in wet conditions
  • Adjustable pedal hardness
  • Adjustable pedal travel
  • Adjustable pedal stop
  • Interchangeable spring for a bigger step in pedal hardness
  • Pedal arm designed for 440 lbs of force and a burst pressure of up to 1543 lbs.


Console support planned in the future

Platforms: Windows 10, 11



  • Assetto Corsa
  • Assetto Corsa Competizione
  • DiRT Rally
  • DiRT Rally 2.0
  • F1 Series
  • iRacing
  • Project Cars 2
  • rFactor 2
  • And many more (all games that accept direct input devices)

Box Contents

  • Forte® Throttle
  • Forte® M.L.C.P.C. Brake
  • USB Type-A to USB Type-C cable 1.5m
  • USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable 1.5m
  • M6x5 Set screw (x2)
  • M6x20 bolt (x8)
  • M6 Slot nut (x8)
  • Washer (x8)
  • M6 Hex nut (x8)
  • Allen key, 3mm
  • Allen key, 5mm
  • Elastomer, Soft
  • Elastomer, Hard (pre-installed)
  • Throttle Spring, Medium (pre-installed)
  • Throttle Spring, Soft


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