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MPX R1 Easy Gas Pedal Fix (Read 2453 times)

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#1 MPX R1 Easy Gas Pedal Fix
May 20, 2011, 05:31:47 PM
I have had several emails come in about the gas pedal (programmable pedal) being or getting to loose.  You can adjust the tension on the pedal tighter or looser. This is an easy fix. Looking at your R1 siting on the floor or table facing you, look to the right side panel of the enclosure, you will see a hole. If you look in the whole you will see a phillips screw head. By tightening or loosening this screw you can adjust the pedal tension. So if your pedal is getting to loose tighten the screw till the tension feels right for your preference.
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