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Benefits of a Hard and Short Brake Pedal – The 2-stage System of the Hydraulic Invicta Pedals

 

In this video, Asetek founder and CEO André Eriksen show why the patent-pending brake system of the Invicta pedals is like nothing else on the sim racing market.

Our philosophy is to provide you with sim racing hardware that simulates real-life racing as closely as possible. A unique feature of the hydraulic Invicta pedals is that the brake pedal is ROCK hard.

Think about it: If a soft brake pedal helped you drive faster, all race cars from Formula to GT would have it. But they don’t.

Why? Because a hard brake pedal will allow you to brake later. The motorsport engineering behind this is a ‘2-stage system’ when braking: the ‘soft’ stage and the ‘hard’ stage. Combined with a short travel, this can help you save the milliseconds needed to take pole position when sim racing.

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