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  1. Hello everyone, got bored and decided to test all Porsche Pack cars on Magione. I think I've had the most fun in the 911R and Cayman GT4 until now. I'm just an enthusiast, so the hotlap is for sure not hot enough for most of the drivers around here. Using my new T300RS wheel in all the videos. What are you're favorite cars on in all three Porsche Packs? Done 10 of the cars so far. The rest of the cars are coming up, so here's a teaser: ArunaskaPlays Don't forget to Like, Share, Comment and Subscribe to be notified whenever we upload a new video, thanks for watching.
  2. Hi guys, here comes another handbrake / e brake mod for the Thrustmaster TX wheel on a XBONE. My intention was to create a simple yet solid solution, and as there is an A button on the wheel base, I decided to tap that. Step 1: Solder two extensions to those wires coming from the front right pcb, which are connected to the A button (brown and orange) Step 2: Solder the extension wires to a 3.5mm jack socket, carefully drill a hole in the tx case and attach the socket in there. Step 3: Get yourself a decent and hefty arcade style joystick with micro switches (search amazon for "BQLZR joystick"), bolt it to a piece of plywood and attach that to your rig (in my case a wheelstand pro). Step 4: Solder two wires to a 3.5mm mono jack and connect the other ends to the corresponding microswitches. Step 5: Plug in the jack, fire up Dirt Rallye, enjoy your drifts with your sub-$20 e brake! Regards, Andreas
  3. hi mates my plan starts back in summer 2015 where i want to buy a t500 and mod them to the limits xD after the t300 integral was announced i flippt my plans and moved over to the t300... on 1.1.2016 i ordered this monster^^ over the last 2 month i was working on a quick release system for the thustmaster tx, t300 and t500. the target was to get the original wheels to a slimline quick release and a fast swaping between TM and aftermarket / custom wheels(for example the ardurino button plate. a also goal was to keep full console compatibility to ps4 or xbox one... now to the project: all started with a "DSD" style adapter, a slimline quick release and an old Raid 1 360mm wheel for ETS2/ATS. it worked fine but to swap to the F599xx was a pain in the A.. after getting back into autocad i started to make adapter for the TM 3 bolt paddern to the 70MM momo pattern and a VGA connector plate... the D-sub 15 pin (Vga) holder (wheel side) to modfiy the top closed TM adapter was not so the Tm adapter without a opening in top was not so easy... and the biggest problem is you havent enougth space in it to work proper! the VGA is connected directly to the mini din 6 pin on the base (sorry havent a pic)! ive not opened the wheel base yet!! to connect the rim the the vga i soldered it to a JST GH 1.25 6 pin. to find this thing outside of china was a pain! the F599xx rim with the TM bolt adapter and the VGA plate the whole assambly on the base the adapters and the QR brings the wheel ca. 40 mm closer to the driver... on the first look not so conspicuous this is my little sweet QR mod for the TM wheel. feel free to ask me something or critizie me its planed to make a small series production of the QR Adapter if somebody is interested! its also planed to make a adapter from Ferrari F1 addon wheel to the 70mm bolt padder / quick release... but if i get in series the mod will be on the Original Thurstmaster and not on a "DSD" style adapter. why? its a lot easeyer to build and much cheaper to fabricate... the mod will also includes this adapter from the original QR to the 70mm bolt pattern. the design is finished but its not printed now. it features a VGA Holder for the wheel base side and have M5 nuts to screw the QR on. dont know a price right now and whats also is a problem is the producion time... i think it thakes 1 month + to get all parts from all over the world together +shipping time and i want now to order 20 or more quick release for many money and nobody orders the QR. want to keep the risk so small as possible! sorry for that :-/ why i will order order all over the place: for example a quick release in germany on ebay costs 50 euro and you need minimal two is much too expensive what its cost to order them by the manicature!!! so this is all i think xD lets starts the disscusion^^ PS. thanks to the great Sim Racing coummunity for all that forum stuff and the youtube stuff Ciao BattleGear
  4. Came across a set of Thrustmaster T3pa pedals and 6 speed shifter. Couldnt resist picking them up, knowing that someone out here would want them. shoot me an email with an offer and we can go from there. [email protected]
  5. Hi everyone, I recently sold my Thrustmaster 458 Italia (TX Base) unit to a friend, but lost the Table Clamp in the process of moving. I am interested in purchasing one from you if it is laying around and not being used. If no one has one available, I'd love to know how to purchase a spare one from Thrustmaster if possible. I have reached out to them, but they have not replied. Thanks!
  6. Item no longer for sale, I am returning to amazon instead. Hey guys, I am selling a Thrustmaster TH8A shifter with Ricmotech short shifter adapter. I bought it brand new from amazon in early December for my PS4 GT Sport sim racing set up. Well, it turns out I can use my Accuforce, MPPC Simpedals and Thrustmaster THR8S shifters for racing games on PS4 thanks to the GIMX software and an Arduino adapter. Accordingly, I no longer need the TH8A. I am asking $130 shipped to the continental US.
  7. Would i buy now T300 gt edition or wait the new gt sport wheel?
  8. SOLD Hey guys, I am selling my Thrustmaster T300RS wheel, T3PA pedals and a Wheelstandpro V2. I am selling because thanks to tips from a fellow iRacer, I now can use my Accuforce and MPPC Simpedals for Forza on PC and for Driveclub on PS4. Therefore, I do not need the T300RS. I would prefer to keep everything together as a package. Everything will ship in original packaging but the base, rim and a spare set of TX pedals will ship in a TX retail and shipping box. Long story, LOL!!! The T3PA pedals and Wheelstandpro will ship in their own boxes. Everything was bought new by me within the last few months and has been used sparingly. I am looking for $350 total, which includes ground shipping to anywhere within the continental US. Pictures are set forth below.
  9. Hey everyone, T3PA Pedals SOLD for $70 Ferrari 599XX EVO Wheel Rim SOLD for $130.
  10. For sale is a used T500RS wheel, pedals. All for USD $450. Everything works and is in good condition, I would like to sell locally here in Knoxville, TN, but will consider shipping. I just want to upgrade to direct drive! If you have any questions feel free to ask on here or contact me via email: [email protected] or call or text 865 368 9244 thanks for looking!
  11. Presenting our 2015 Playstation 4 wheel buyers guide. This is not a review or shootout, this is a buyers guide to let you know what's available, where to purchase them, options and price. We'll also let you know if they are natively supported in the Playstation user interface . We have six wheel and pedal sets for this guide. One from Fanatec, one from Logitech and four from Thrustmaster. We're going to start with the least expensive and work up or way up the ladder. For a review of each of these wheels, you can find a link to each one below in our description. The only one we haven't reviewed is the Thrustmaster T80. Thrustmaster T80 The T80 was released in July of 2014 as an entry level wheel for the PS3 and PS4. There's an officially licensed version and there is a Drive Club version as well. It retails for just under $100 and is a non force feedback base and was the first wheel available for the PS4 and comes with a two pedal set. Again, this wheel has no vibration or force feedback. Warranty is for one year in the U.S. and two years in some European countries Compatibility: PS3 & PS4 Assuming it has a maximum of 270 of rotation but it's not listed in the specs. It does say that it has Adjustable wheel sensitivity for precise driving though. Old Thrustmaster technology with their bungy system that creates a center spring feel. Mounting is with a desk or table clamp only for the wheel. Native Playstation 4 compatibility where you can navigate in the User Interface 11”/28 cm in diameter rim made of plastic with rubber grips. This wheel can not be changed out 2 wheel-mounted sequential paddle shifters 11 action buttons (including 4 on the wheel) + 1 D-Pad 2 pedal set with throttle and brake that have adjustable angle of inclination for each pedal. It's difficult for us to recommend going with the T80 when you can spend an extra $100 and start your hardcore racing career with the next wheel we're going to discuss, the Thrustmaster T150 . Thrustmaster T150 Coming in at $199.95, The T150 is Thrustmasters latest offering and was released in September of 2015. It comes in an officially licensed Playstation version as well as a Ferrari branded version. It comes with a basic two pedal set similar to what we saw with the T80. Warranty is for one year in the U.S. and two years in some European countries Compatibility: PC, PS3 & PS4 1080° to 270 of rotation 12 Bits of Resolution or 4096 steps in the wheel 10 bits of resolution or 1024 steps in the pedals Mixed belt-pulley and gear system Force feedback motor is brushed Mounting is with a desk or table clamp only for the wheel. Internal memory and upgradeable firmware Native Playstation 4 compatibility where you can navigate in the User Interface 11”/28 cm in diameter rim made of plastic with rubber grips. This wheel can not be changed out 2 - 5”/13 cm tall metal wheel-mounted sequential paddle shifters 13 action buttons (including 2 on the base) + 1 D-Pad 2 pedal set with throttle and brake that can be hard mounted. Options: T3PA or T3PA Pro pedals and T500 RS pedals. Can also use the TH8A shifter. Can also use a set of Logitech or Fanatec pedals with an aftermarket adapter. Maxed out package with T3PA Pro pedals and TH8A shifter retails for just under $500.00 Recommended upgrade would be a set of T3PA pedals with the T150. That Package would run for just under $300. Logitech G29 The successor of the G27, The Logitech G29 was released in June of 2015 and is listed at $399 but has been as low as $286.00 briefly on Amazon. It's also an officially licensed Sony Playstation product and features a 3 pedal set. Warranty is for two years Compatibility: PC, PS3 & PS4 900°degrees of rotation maximum 16 Bits of Resolution or 65,536 steps in the wheel 8 bits of resolution or 256 steps in the pedals Dual motor helical gear drive system Mounting is with a built in clamp system as well as hard mount points Native Playstation 4 compatibility where you can navigate in the User Interface 11”/28 cm in diameter rim made of metal with a leather grip. This wheel can not be changed out 2 - metal wheel-mounted sequential paddle shifters 14 action buttons plus the red dial and a 1 D-Pad Comes with a 3 pedal set with progressive brake compared to it's predecessors brake in the G27 set . Options: Driving force shifter that retails for an additional $60. Can also use the G27 shifter and pedals with this base. Maxed out package with the driving force shifter retails for just under $460.00 Thrustmaster T300 Next up the Thrustmaster T300 which was released in October of 2014. It was the first force feedback wheel option on the PS4 and now comes in many different packages. Originally you could get it with Playstation or Ferrari branding. Now you can buy the base on it's own and then fit it with the Ecosystem upgrades you choose. You can buy the original 2 pedal set package and then best deal of all is currently the integral set. Let's talk specs first and then get to all the different ways you can get this set and all the additional accessories that are compatible. Warranty is for one year in the U.S. and two years in some European countries Compatibility: PC, PS3 & PS4 1080° to 270 of rotation thats adjustable on the fly 16 Bits of Resolution or 65,536 steps in the wheel 10 bits of resolution or 1024 steps in the pedals Belt driven force feedback mechanism. Force feedback motor is brushless Mounting is with a desk or table clamp or you can hard mount it. Internal memory and upgradeable firmware Native Playstation 4 compatibility where you can navigate in the User Interface 11”/28 cm in diameter rim made of metal with full rubber wrap that can be changed via Thrusmtasters quick release system. 2 - 5”/13 cm tall metal wheel-mounted sequential paddle shifters 13 action buttons (including 2 on the base) + 1 D-Pad 2 pedal set with throttle and brake that can be hard mounted. Can also purchase the integral set that comes with the 3 pedal T3PA option. Options: T3PA or T3PA Pro pedals and T500 RS pedals. Can also use the TH8A shifter. Can also use a set of Logitech or Fanatec pedals with an aftermarket adapter. All Thrustmaster rims are also compatible with this base and there's 7 different ones to choose from. Currently they include the T500 RS rim, T300 PS4 , GTE, TM 28 Leather, 599 Evo alcantara , Ferrari F1 and even the TX rim works. Package Variations: Base only: $249.99 With 2 pedal set $349.99 Integral with the 599 Evo Alcantara rim and T3PA pedals $469.99 - Currently in preorder status to be available December 5th. We feel this is the best package to go with. The integral package with the TH8A shifter would run you about $620.00 Thrustmaster T500 Released in January of 2011, the Thrustmaster T500 was initially developed for the Playstation 3 and PC. It set the benchmark for high end peripherals on the console and is still being sold to this date. When the Playstation 4 was launched the T500 worked with the first ever title released for that platform, Drive Club. The T500 RS is paired with a quality 3 pedal set that can also be inverted. Warranty is for one year in the U.S. and two years in some European countries Compatibility: PC, PS3 & PS4 1080° to 270 of rotation that adjustable on the fly 16 Bits of Resolution or 65,536 steps in the wheel 10 bits of resolution or 1024 steps in the pedals Belt driven force feedback mechanism. Force feedback motor is brushed Mounting is with a desk or table clamp or you can hard mount it. Internal memory and upgradeable firmware Does NOT have Native Playstation 4 compatibility so you need to navigate to the game with a dual shock gamepad and then switch over to the wheel. The “SHARE” and “PS” functions will not work on the wheel in PS4™ racing games. You can still use your gamepad for these 2 specific functions 12”/30 cm in diameter rim made of metal with full rubber wrap that can be changed via Thrusmtasters quick release system. 2 - 6.5”/17 cm tall metal base mounted sequential paddle shifters that do NOT move with the wheel. You can get one of the optional rims though and remove the paddles without voiding your warranty like we did with this model. 11 action buttons (including 2 on the base) + 1 D-Pad 3 pedal set with throttle and brake that can be hard mounted. The pedals can be mounted in two different configurations. Floor-mounted position (F1-style) Suspended position (GT-style) You can also adjust the pedal faces Options: T3PA or T3PA Pro pedals and T500 RS pedals. Can also use the TH8A shifter. Can also use a set of Logitech or Fanatec pedals with an aftermarket adapter. All Thrustmaster rims that we mentioned for the T300 are also compatible with this base and there's 7 different ones to choose from. Currently they include the T500 RS rim, T300 PS4 , GTE, TM 28 Leather, 599 Evo alcantara , Ferrari F1 and even the TX rim works. The T300 PS4, and TX rim are not sold separately and would have to be obtained second hand. There's currently only one package available for the T500 and it comes with the GT style rim. - $595.00 They used to offer it with the F1 rim but that package seems to be fading out of inventory. I found two available at the UK Amazon site. Fanatec CSW V2 Originally released in late 2014, you could only obtain one with an invite code if you were a previous owner of a Fanatec product. The invite only purchase method has been lifted and the V2 is available to the general public. The CSW V2 starts at $599 for the base only without rims or pedals and we'll get to the price of a full package after we tell you more about it. Warranty is for two years Compatibility: It's the only wheel on this list that's compatible with the PC, PS3, PS4 and Xbox One. You need this Xbox One hub for it to work with all those systems though. 900° to 270 of rotation that adjustable on the fly through the wheels tuning menu. You can also adjust force feedback strength, vibration and a lot of other options though this menu, all on the fly. 16 Bits of Resolution or 65,536 steps in the wheel 8 bits of resolution or 256 steps in the pedals Belt driven force feedback mechanism. Force feedback motor is brushless Mounting is via hard mount only Internal memory and upgradeable firmware Does NOT have Native Playstation 4 compatibility so you need to navigate to the game with a dual shock gamepad and then switch over to the wheel. The “SHARE” and “PS” functions will not work on the wheel in PS4™ racing games. You can still use your gamepad for these 2 specific functions There are currently 11 different rims to choose from as the base doesn't come with one. The diameters all vary as they offer F1, GT, Stock Car and even classic. You can also use any aftermarket rim that has a 70mm bolt pattern to use with the Fanatec Universal Hub. Paddle shifters are included in the hub and with some of the rims that have the buttons and paddles integrated. $ of the 7 rims are stand alone and not compatible with the hub. They used to offer the other 7 rims on their own without the hubs but it seems you can only buy them with the Xbox One Hub now. I think people were buying the rims for other use besides Fanatec and that may be why they stopped offering them to the general public. Shame too as they make for great rims. Amount of buttons also vary per rim Currently at Fanatecs site there are two pedal sets you can use with the V3. The Clubsport V3s or the CSR pedals. The V3s retail for just under $300 and the CSRs which we wouldn’t recommend are $79.95. You can also use G25, G27 or G29 pedals with an optional adapter. You would also be able to use Fanatec CSR Elites or the original V1 and V2 Clubsport pedals if you can find them second hand . The options vary greatly with this base and so do prices. On the low end, you could get the base for $600, the F1 rim for $180 and then $80 for the CSR pedals and you would be at $860 all the way up to $1300 with he Xbox One hub with one of the many rims it's available with and the Clubsport V3 pedals. Thing is with this wheel and the PS4 is that it's only compatible with two titles currently. Project Cars and F1 2015. It doesn’t work with Drive Club.. I have a feeling it will work with Assetto Corsa and we'll see what happens with Gran Turismo. Final Thoughts: Of the 6 choices we discussed in this Playstation 4 wheel buyers guide, the T150, G29 and T300 are the most practical options. They all offer good force feedback and are fully compatible with the PS4. The T80 lacks force feedback and if you want to feel what it's like to race with a wheel, it may be good to try but you'll honestly be missing out. The T500 is a bit dated, more than $500 and compared to it's baby brother the T300, it's showing its age. Considering what you can get the T300 integral it for, the T500 is a tad overpriced. The Fanatec CSW V2 is a great wheel, but may be a little much if you're only going to race on the PS4. If you plan to race on the PC and even Xbox One, its probably the best option of all but comes at a steep price tag. For the PS4 if we could only pick one, it would be the T300 integral 599 with the T3PA pedals. This is due to the performance / price ratio. It's also can be upgraded by changing our rims and opting for the T3PA-Pro pedals in the future. If you're just starting out, the T150 is a great entry level option.
  12. Want to buy a TH8Rs in good condition, preferentially barely used and in UK. Paypal payment. Thanks.
  13. Want to buy a TH8Rs in good condition, preferentially barely used and in UK. Paypal payment. Thanks.
  14. This item is no longer for sale. I am returning it to amazon. Hey guys, I am selling a hardly used Wheelstandpro Deluxe V2 wheel stand that I previously used for my Thrustmaster TX wheel, T3PA pedals and TH8A shifter. I bought the Wheelstandpro back in November brand new from amazon.com for $199, I am asking $150 but the price is negotiable. Paypal only. Here are pictures of what you will get. Please note you only get the stand, you will need to provide the wheel, rim and pedals.
  15. I'm looking for a reasonable priced Thrustmaster F1 wheel add on. If you have one, let me know. Thanks in advance.
  16. Richy1Sarkhosh

    Full Racing Simulator UK

    Full Racing Simulator for Sale (Excluding tv) Items for sale Acer Predator G3-605 PC i7-4770 3.4Ghz (3.9Ghz turboboost) GTX 970 4GB Graphics Card 16GB RAM 3TB Hard Drive Thrustmaster T300rs Wheel (PS4 version) With Ferrari F1 Add On Thrustmaster TH8A Gear Shifter Fanatec CSR Elite Pedals GT Omega Pro Racing Cockpit Logitech 5.1 Z506 Sound System Corsair Gaming Mouse TV not included and I'm also not willing to sell in parts Any questions just contact me. Thanks Looking for £3000 o.n.o
  17. I asked this straight from thrustmaster and they don´t have it anymore. Can somebody point me in right direction on my stiffer brakes journey? So to be clear, i need that original metal plate where i can put this. Trying to googling this many days with no luck. Thank you!
  18. Hello, Does anyone have a TH8RS lying around that they would be willing to part with? Or for that matter a TH8A? Thank you for your time, -Kayden
  19. Some of you will have seen Wilfredo Tosado's simulator and this wheel is from his collection. This is not a regular Thrustmaster F1 wheel. This has been upgraded by F1 Wheel Mod and all dials, knobs, switches and buttons have been replaced and upgraded. Also the new Carbon Fiber look upgrades the finish. Where the fake ones where have now been modified to work. There is also an LED rev lights and RPM and gear counter. This will require a USB connection via the cable provided to work and using the following software downloads. http://www.eksimracing.com/new-slimax-manager-pro/ The wheel now has: * 1 SIMR-F1 display - 15 LED rpm display (5 green, 5 red, 5 blue) - 6 additional LEDs (pitlane, optimal shift point, overheat ...) - left display panel (rpm, water temp, oil temp, current lap, remaining laps, laps before pit ...) - center display dedicated to current gear - right display panel (best laptime, optimal laptime, delta to best, delta to opti ...) * 8 buttons - stock buttons connected to the display (k, n, pit, pump, pl, drs, +10, -1) * 5 up-down encoders - 2 stock encoder connected to the display (dif in, chrg) - 3 additional encoder (mix, grp, trq) * 3 12 position switches - left display panel variable selection (boost) - right display panel variable selection (rev) - Ferrari knob (MF) * 3 3 way switches - 3 stock 2 way switches are replaced (bo, start, wet) * 2 d-pads - both d-pads are connected together * 2 paddle shifters - stock paddle switches connected to the display On the SIMR-F1 the following inputs and outputs are used:- 30 digital inputs (buttons, encoders) out of 32- 3 12 position switches out of 9- 0 analog inputs out of 2- 0 external LEDs out of 7 **Insurance will be required for shipping purposes.** Price is $450.00 + $25.00 insurance/shipping. It was part of this simulator before being upgraded: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxcRVFoLFWs Wil Tosado's Porsche 996 Motion Simulator Part 2 - Driving Compilat Wil Tosado's Porsche 996 Motion Simulator Part 2 - Driving Compilation http://www.ISRTV.com presents Part 2 of our forum member, Wil "Mayaman" Tosado's, Porsche 996 moti...
  20. Ricmotech

    T150 and TMX hard mount

    Something for you T150 and TMX owners out there. Since the wheels only have a clamp mount we have received requests from heavy users to make a way to hard-mount these wheels. Well, I came up with a simple solution to a simple problem. This hard mount adapter plate mounts to the bottom of the T150 or TMX wheel base and provides hard mount points in the typical Thurstmaster locations so you can bolt it to any rig that has the pre-drilled holes. We put metal inserts into the plate so it can be tightened down securely. We have the first batch in stock now so if you have this problem then here is a great way to take care of it. http://www.ricmotech.com/hard_mount_adapter_for_T150_tmx_wheels_p/rmt-t150hmp.htm