Ordering

All orders are normally dispatched within 24 hours of ordering (excepting weekends and Bank holidays).
Please note:
In order to keep shipping costs to a minimum these items are normally dispatched as “Small Packet” post, and as such there is no tracking facility. Tracking can be arranged but is comparatively expensive and adds approximately 25% to the total cost of the item, please email enquiries@nixim.com to make any special arrangements regarding shipping.
Orders of a full three pedal kit, or any combination of more than two springs will be automatically sent with tracking for security of delivery, the cost of a tracked order is included when you order.
We do not send you an order confirmation (unless it is a tracked order), we receive an order confirmation from PayPal at the same time as you receive your PayPal order confirmation. This gives us details of your order which will be sent to the address given on your PayPal order.
Post & Packing is included with all pedal mod orders
UK orders are normally received within 3 working days from order.
European orders are normally received around 5 to 7 working days from order.
Rest of world (and yes we ship worldwide) are normally received 7 to 14 working days from order.
If you feel that your order is late in delivery please contact us at enquiries@nixim.com
Please Scroll down the list below and order the spring or spring combination that you require.

To Buy –
Please scroll down this page until you reach the spring or combination of springs you wish to buy and simply click on the corresponding link.

All purchases are normally dispatched within 24 hours of ordering (excepting weekends and Bank holidays).

Please note:
In order to keep costs to a minimum these items are normally dispatched as “Small Packet” post, and as such there is no tracking facility. Tracking can be arranged but is comparatively expensive and adds approximately 30% to the total cost of the item please email enquiries@nixim.com to make any special arrangements regarding shipping.

Post & Packing is included with all pedal mod orders
UK orders are normally received within 3 working days from order.
European orders are normally received around 5 to 7 working days from order.
Rest of world (and yes we ship worldwide) are normally received 7 to 14 working days from order.
Stronger Logitech G27 Gas/Accelerator spring

If you have a more upright driving position – particularly if you are not able to incline the angle of your pedal set, you may find the gas pedal does not have enough resistance to the downward pressure of the weight of your leg. This can lead to fatigue or aching leg and back muscles.
This NIXIM uprated spring is a simple replacement of the stock item which will give you a much improved pedal response and allows you to place more weight on the pedal and relax your leg.

NIXIM Uprated dual stage Logitech Brake spring with anti lockup buffer

The NIXIM brake mod V2 give the brake pedal the feel of driving a real car. It makes braking so intuitive – so second nature – as it should be. No longer are you making conscious thought about how far you are pressing the pedal, slowing the car is about intuitive foot pressure.

When you start to press the brake it is light and easy, and as you press the pedal further through its stroke it builds in pressure so you always have a subconscious reference as to how hard the brakes are being applied.
Initially the tighter spring coils close when you want to just “feather” the brake and shave a little speed, followed by the looser coils to give the pedal the mid range feel where the majority of braking is done.
As you approach maximum braking where you are likely to lock the cars wheels, the pedal begins to really tighten. This where you start to compress the anti lockup buffer inside the brake spring.
With the NIXIM brake mod V2 threshold braking is now so intuitive.

Whilst we recommend having a pedal that is hard to press at its limit in order to give as wide a range of feel as possible (real race car brakes are very hard to press indeed), you can soften the ultimate hardness of the pedal by trimming the rubber buffer in 2mm steps until it feels comfortable for you. You can remove the buffer altogether if you wish to have a fairly soft but still progressive pedal – this may be the best option for some console games. In any case experimentation will always bring best results even if you are happy with the mod to start with.
This effectively gives you a brake pedal tailored to your personal preference.

With the NIXIM V2 brake mod we guarantee substantially faster lap times over the stock brake set up.

Whilst simply replacing the stock spring for NIXIM brake mod V2 will vastly improve the feel of your brake pedal –
where your driving game or simulation allows we recommend a software adjustment of 30-35% dead zone and a sensitivity setting around 70%, this will give you baseline starting setup. These settings can be adjusted to your own preference as required.
Using these software settings will further improve the pedal/car response.

NIXIM uprated dual stage Clutch spring

The stock clutch spring for the G27 is similar to the stock brake spring, a simple single stage slightly progressive spring but just a little weaker in strength.
The NIXIM spring for the G27 is a much stronger two stage spring which has a little resistance in the initial pedal movement (to simulate the pedal return spring) which then rapidly builds to a strong resistance (as you compress the main the main clutch pressure plate springs).
As you press the pedal you can feel this rapid change of foot pressure and this gives you a positive bite point as drive is transmitted from the engine to the gearbox.

We stress though it important to calibrate your software settings in the game options to in order to get a good feel for the clutch operation. In fact the clutch software settings are more important to get the best results than it is for the brake pedal. – The NIXIM brake mod works great right out of the box but gets better with software adjustment. Whereas just replacing the clutch spring without calibrating the software gives a mismatch in the feel of the pedal to the cars reaction to clutch operation. We recommend that you set the clutch sensitivity as high as possible with no dead zone.

The G27 clutch pedal is similar to the brake and gas pedals in as much as it has quite a small arc that the
pedal moves through from start to finish of its stroke. For this reason we cannot copy the universal feel of the average road car.
So we have copied the feel of a racing clutch which has a short throw and rapid transfer of drive. This may take you a little time to get used to but in racing terms it is quite realistic as it allows for rapid shifting in a racing situation.
Making good use of the NIXIM clutch spring will give you the ultimate feel for getting off the start line when the light go green, making rapid starts accelerating hard without wheel spin helps you gain many places even before reaching the first corner.


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