Pedal to the metal.
The CSL Pedals are solidly built from steel. Precise and durable sensors allow you to stay in control with smooth throttle and brake inputs.
HEAVY STEEL CONSTRUCTION.
The stability of the all-metal design means it is built to last. The stiffer spring on the brake pedal combined with the PU foam damper provides a realistic, progressive feeling.
Both the throttle and brake axes use precision Hall-effect sensors. By measuring pedal position with magnets, the system is contactless, meaning no wear on the sensor and consistent performance.
Three ways to upgrade.
Upgrade your CSL Pedals with metal pedal faces (optional, coming soon), the Clutch Kit (optional), or the Load Cell Kit (optional, coming soon). The Clutch Kit provides a third pedal at the lowest possible price. The Load Cell Kit is an alternative to the Clutch Kit, also providing a third pedal, while upgrading the brake and main electronics.
CLUTCH KIT OR LOAD CELL KIT.
The CSL Pedals Clutch Kit (optional) adds a dedicated clutch pedal, with a stiffer spring than the throttle and the same wider pedal face as the brake. The CSL Pedals Load Cell Kit (optional, coming soon) is the ultimate upgrade for realistic braking feel. When upgrading to the Load Cell Kit, the standard brake pedal can be used as the clutch.
METAL PEDAL FACES.
Transform the appearance of the CSL Pedals with durable, anodised aluminium pedal faces (optional, coming soon). The throttle pedal face is extended, allowing for a comfortable heel-and-toe technique.
Get started instantly.
CSL Pedals couldn’t be easier to set up. The simple design means they’re easy to clean and maintain too.
PLUG AND PLAY.
CSL Pedals connect directly to any supported FANATEC® Wheel Base via the included RJ12 cable. Alternatively, they can be used as a standalone USB device with the ClubSport USB Adapter (available separately), or with the CSL Pedals Load Cell Kit (coming soon).
Find a comfortable driving position with customisable horizontal pedal spacing and pedal plate height adjustment. The pedals can be hard-mounted, or you can easily brace them against a wall or hard surface thanks to the vertical plates at the rear.