Meca Evo1 Loadcell pedals

625,00 755,00  incl.vat

Meca Evo1 pedals are further developed from Meca Sim Hardware’s famous Meca Cup1 pedals. The highest possible performance, quality, appearance and accuracy have not been seen before in this price range. Meca Evo1 series has amazingly been able to be priced in the category of high-end pedals at the bottom of the price list. Don’t imagine that with more expensive pedals you could get yourself more precision in your footwork. A reasonably small company with a low cost structure without massive marketing costs and large fixed costs can make products that speak for themselves. Using optimal structures and smart insights, world-class pedals are now available at a very smart price.

All joints have ball-bearings, Uniball joints are made of steel, frame parts have been laser-cut from 4mm stainless steel, cut steel parts have been powder coated, pedal faces are glass blasted, critical structures are strengthened and pedal feel developed even better in cooperation with real racing drivers and simulator drivers. The pedals of the Meca Evo1 series are even closer to the pedal feel of real racing cars and thanks to the extensive adjustments, also generally so called lighter racing use of simulator driving succeeds with the precision of a surgeon.

Feedback from the users was also listened to regarding the software. Meca has developed its own software (Meca Control Panel) and electronics. The linearity and force signals of all pedals can now be adjusted using a separate software. In addition to the minimum and maximum positions, you can adjust the curves to suit you using 9 different points.
You can freely move the adjustment points of the pedal curves both horizontally and vertically. This allows you to hide your own “mistakes” for racing use. If, for example in trail braking you feel that there is too much force coming on a linear curve, you can easily move the effective trailbrake range to a larger power range, and this way it is easier for you to correct any small, but even more important sections in your own braking and/or when pressing the gas in powerful cars.
When fighting for the last hundredths this can be an invaluable help to you. Similarly if you want to imitate the pedals of your own real racing car, by modifying the pedal curves you can bring the pedals as close as possible to your own racing car and thus you can practice your own motor skills so that the hours spent working on the simulator are directly transferred to the real life racing car through muscle memory.
Only your imagination limits how much you can get out of these pedals with extensive mechanical adjustments and software.

No matter what kind of simulator you have you will most likely get these pedals installed there. In addition to getting the pedals in place you can also tilt them to just the right angle for you. This is one of the most important features when it comes to pedal adjustability. Pedals that are at the wrong angle to your feet are not pleasant to use and when driving for long periods of time you will notice poor ergonomics in painful places and inaccurate driving. Longitudinal grooves in the attachment points which have been found to be good, facilitate the distance adjustment both between the pedals and in relation to a possible already existing pedal plate. Sufficientlylong RJ11 cables between the pedals and the controller box ensure that you get the pedals exactly where you want them. Adjustable wide and curved pedal faces ensure that the soles of your feet or shoe soles meet the pedal surface at the optimal angle. Whether your feet are big or small, whether you drive with or without shoes these are the right size for you. If you wish, all of the pedals can also be installed upside down.

The throttle pedal has a pre-tensioning spring that can be tightened with your fingers and in addition, the stiffness and feel can be adjusted by changing the lever ratio. As an accessory to the throttle pedal you can also buy a longer straight pedal face. This can be a great option for users of the heel & toe technique.

General Specifications

  • 4mm thick stainless steel
  • Frames powder coated black
  • Pedal faces made of glass-blasted steel
  • All critical joints equipped with ball bearings
  • All pedals have reliable and high quality loadcell sensors
  • With the software developed by Meca Sim Hardware, the response of each pedal can be adjusted freely
  • The pedals are connected to their own controller box and then to the computer with a USB cable (Only for PC use)
  • M6 mounting holes

Throttle pedal

  • Highly adjustable pedal angle, distance and pedal face height
  • Stiffness of the pedal can be adjusted easily, quickly and steplessly by changing the lever arm position and the spring pre-tension
  • Pedal throw adjustable
  • Long pedal face available as an accessory
  • 20kg Mavin Loadcell sensor

Brake pedal

  • Highly adjustable pedal angle, distance and pedal face height
  • The trajectory of the pedal in relation to the applied force is adjusted by changing polyurethane bushings and springs. Combining bushings and springs with different hardnesses you will get a more progressive feeling brake.
  • The pretension spring of the brake pedal simulates the gap between the brake pads and the brake disc. Of course, you can use it for trail braking if you want, due to the free calibration and response, you choose how the pedal feels and what it does.
  • 200kg Mavin Loadcell sensor, actual braking force up to 136kg

Clutch pedal (Optional)

  • Highly adjustable pedal angle, distance and pedal face height
  • Stiffness of the movement is adjusted with tension springs (1-4 pcs.)
  • Flip mechanism gives the clutch a very realistic feeling
  • Widely adjustable in feel and stiffness
  • Very reliable and accurate loadcell sensor
Weight 6 kg
Dimensions 40 × 30 × 20 cm

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