Asetek Simsports Invicta Pedal Set - Throttle, Brake & Clutch
Asetek Simsports Invicta Pedal Set - Throttle, Brake & Clutch
Asetek Simsports Invicta Pedal Set - Throttle, Brake & Clutch
Asetek Simsports Invicta Pedal Set - Throttle, Brake & Clutch

Asetek Simsports Invicta Pedal Set - Throttle, Brake & Clutch

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Asetek SimSports® Invicta Pedals are the pin­nacle of sim racing gear. The hydraulic sim racing pedals are designed with real racecar feel, durability, and ease of use in mind. They are plug’n’play capable out of the box and by using the Asetek SimSports RaceHub™ software, you will experience a plethora of advanced features for experienced sim racers. 

T.H.O.R.P.™ (Twin Hydraulic Opposing Rapid Pistons) is Asetek SimSports’ hydraulic brake cylinder which gives the racer, the ultimate experience of driving a real racecar. The entire set of pedals are, in every sense, “Made in Denmark” – Designed, engineered, and assembled in Denmark. The brake cylinder features an automotive grade pressure sensor, which makes it the closest you will come to a realistic brake experience in sim racing.

Compatible with Invicta Throttle Footrest to allow you to rest your foot during those intense moments!

As well as being inspired by real-life racing, Invicta™ Sim Racing Pedals have been thoroughly tested by racers and sim racers alike. The pedals are engineered and designed with that feedback in mind. The T.H.O.R.P. hydraulic brake cylinder is designed and rigorously tested with 100 bars of pressure in the hydraulic system and up to 200 kilogram of mechanical pedal pressure.

If you have been looking for the ultimate racecar brake pedal feel, look no further! The brake pedal on the Invicta pedals is hard. Rock hard and it will stay that way – unlike many other sim racing pedals on the market, where the hardness and feel will degrade over time. It is not a coincidence a race driver wants a brake pedal as hard as pushing a concrete wall…

The design is engineered with user-experience in-mind, where all adjustable elements are colored to get you started quickly, and to ensure intuitive and mostly tool-less usage. The sim pedals are highly adjustable to help you channel your inner racecar driver, by changing the travel and hardness settings to your exact preference. Using the two thumbnuts behind the elastomer on the brake pedal, you can adjust the preload of the system closely mimicking 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 RaceHub, 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 software.

The T.H.O.R.P. System is the most realistic brake system ever made for sim racing. In any given racecar, the brake pedal is always hard. A hard brake pedal is faster (you can brake later) and it is required to proper trail brake and use your muscle memory to do so, as explained later. You can consider a racecar braking system as 2 stages:

The “soft stage”: 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 “hard stage”: 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”. 

See exactly how the 2-stage system works, presented by Asetek CEO, André: Benefits of a Hard and Short Brake Pedal – The 2-stage System of the Hydraulic Invicta Pedals

PC Windows 10, 11 - Console support planned in the future.