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[Website News] T7R & GTEYE

Postby BBO » 12. Nov. 2015, 16:54

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Triple7Racing is proud to announce our newest team sponsor: GTEYE.

GTEYE supports us with pedal spring upgrades that are a quality engineered replacement of the original Logitech G Racing Wheel springs to significantly improve the realism and feel of our pedal sets and we also improve our lap times and consistency with it.

For us at Triple7Racing, GTEYE is the must have Logitech pedal upgrade!

GTEYE springs are manufactured in Australia using precise CNC controlled coiling equipment. The GTEYE springs are perfectly balanced to provide an enhanced overall gaming experience. Thousands of sim racers worldwide are using it and GTEYE has grown over the years to become the world’s largest Logitech pedal spring upgrade manufacturer and seller. So for our Triple7Racing Team the affiliation with GTEYE was a logical step to use the best springs available on the market and springs that are also used in many racing centres and professional simulators around the globe.

We recommend GTEYE springs to everyone, using a G25, G27, G29 or G920 on PC or Playstation, who wants more realism and faster lap times for a very low price and with little effort.
Impressions from Dean (D34N0) Snell
T7R Staff Member

Installation was smooth with the easy to follow instructions. The progressive resistance on the brake pedal is my favourite, giving a very nice feel for trail braking and stopping the instant full braking. The accelerator spring offers enough resistance to make you think how much throttle is really needed and makes for a smoother transition to full throttle. I was up to 1.5 seconds behind the leading Triple7Racing team mates, now I’m up there with them. Thanks GTEYE team.


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Re: [Website News] T7R & GTEYE

Postby BBO » 12. Nov. 2015, 17:26

At first I really wondered "how the hell did Deano get so fast?". :o
Then I noticed he already got and installed his GTEYE springs. ;)
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Re: [Website News] T7R & GTEYE

Postby Three_Jump » 12. Nov. 2015, 17:40

BBO wrote:At first I really wondered "how the hell did Deano get so fast?". :o
Then I noticed he already got and installed his GTEYE springs. ;)


We might need to introduce additional rules then... "only stock wheels and pedals are allowed" :D
Or we all upgrade 8-)
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[Website News] T7R & GTEYE

Postby D34N0 » 12. Nov. 2015, 17:57

ThreeJump wrote: We might need to introduce additional rules then… "only stock wheels and pedals are allowed"


You afraid of some friendly competition :lol: 8-) ;)
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Re: [Website News] T7R & GTEYE

Postby Three_Jump » 12. Nov. 2015, 18:36

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Re: [Website News] T7R & GTEYE

Postby BBO » 02. Jan. 2016, 16:03

New year new hardware.
As the GTEYE springs helped D34N0 a lot, I now ordered myself a Logitech G29 as well, to also use the springs ;)
Need to use all available legal resources on my old days :lol:
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Re: [Website News] T7R & GTEYE

Postby Fordman » 02. Jan. 2016, 16:11

You will not be disappointed
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