Thrustmaster T. Flight Rudder Pedals Xbox1/PC/PS4
Thrustmaster T. Flight Rudder Pedals With Sliding Motion Advanced Rail Track
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T. Flight Rudder Pedals for Xbox1/PC/PS4 from Thrustmaster
You're cleared for immediate takeoff! Thrustmaster TFRP Flight Rudder Pedals are compatible on PC with all joysticks on the market. They are also compatible on PS4 with the Flight Hotas 4 joystick (sold separately). This is the first rudder to feature the S.M.A.R.T slide rails system for smooth steering. Its ergonomic design allows you to put your entire foot on the pedal, thanks to the heel-rests. The heel-rests are removable, for alternative ergonomic configurations. You are able to place your entire foot on the pedal, or rest the ball of your foot at mid-pedal.
First Rudder Ever with a S.M.A.R.T Slide Rails System
Sturdiness And Precision The system of 4 slide rails crafted of industrial-grade aluminum offers perfectly smooth sliding motion. The self-centering rudder axis provides the perfect balance between smoothness and resistance. The TFRP's versatile ergonomic design is suitable for all types of flight (aerial combat, space adventure, civil flight, etc.). The large base and inclined design combine comfort with stability. The two differential brake pedals are 10 inches in length designed to accommodate up to size 12 shoe size. Connectivity includes both USB and/or proprietary RJ12. The TFRP Flight Rudder Pedals are compatible with all PC games supporting multi-USB and rudders.
T.A.R.G.E.T Advanced Programming Software for PC
Two Differential Brake Pedals For Optimized Flying Rounded central pivot with central grip, on the differential brake’s axis. Pivot angle with a 15° range of travel: on an incline for deliberate activation, avoiding inadvertent activation when using the rudder. The USB rudder can be combined with Thrustmaster HOTAS WARTHOG, T16000M and the MFD Cougar Pack so that they are recognized as a single USB device. Access advanced profiles created by the Thrustmaster community.
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