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Thrustmaster TS-XW Advantage Bundle (110 Volt)

Thrustmaster TS-XW Advantage Bundle


 
Your Price (USD): $1,009.89

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Compatibility: PC and Xbox (110v)


Item #: THR-TSXW-KIT1


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Thrustmaster TS-XW, Sparco P310 Wheel, T3PA Pedals, TH8A Shifter and LC3 Load Cell Upgrade Bundle

The ultimate simulator bundle. This kit includes the flagship Thrustmaster wheel for Xbox and PC racing, a genuine suede wheel, pedals, shifter and our exclusive load cell upgrade kit for the pedals. The wheel is officially licensed for Xbox One® and Windows®.
  • 1:1 scale replica of The Sparco P310 Competition Wheel.
  • Thrustmaster TS-XW servo base.
  • Ergonomic design perfectly adapted for all racing games (GT, F1, NASCAR, Indy, road racing, etc.).
  • Detachable Sparco wheel with metal faceplate and genuine suede leather.
  • 12 action buttons + 1 directional pad with push button function.
  • T3PA 3-pedal set.
  • TH8A Shifter for H-pattern and Sequential shifting.
  • LC3 load cell upgrade kit for brake pedal
This wheel is fully compatible with all Thrustmaster Ecosystem components which includes a wide range of wheel rims, two pedal options and the bulletproof 7-speed shifter.

This wheel is the US version for 110v power.

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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5 of 5 September 17, 2020
Reviewer: Charles Glenn from Cache, OK United States  


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4 of 5 Replaced My Old Logitech G27 September 16, 2020
Reviewer: John Rice from Carlsbad, CA United States  
The Thrustmaster wheel feels nice in my hands.  The steering is more precise and there's a bit more feel, but if it were a car I'd call it beyond numb -- I there's zero feedback when running over curbs, etc.  However, I do find myself correcting oversteer way way better and earlier than I ever did with the G27, so there's some good things going on.   There's room for improvement with the table clamp.  Somehow the design allows the wheel to move up and down about an inch which is lame and completely unrealistic, so for now I have a flashlight wedged between desk and wheel clamp to reduce the vertical travel.
    I upgraded the Thrustmaster brake with a loadcell too.  I like this pedal much more than my modded G27.  There's more pedal travel.  More travel means there's more to modulate.  I think this has enabled me to more confidently hit my braking points with more repeatable accuracy.

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5 of 5 November 28, 2019
Reviewer: Timmy Caldwell from Shelbyville, IN United States  


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