Thrustmaster TX Racing Wheel Ferrari 458 Italia Edition
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- Developed in close collaboration with Microsoft, this 7:10 scale replica of the emblematic Ferrari 458 Italia wheel is fully dedicated to Xbox One, including Binder ID and Xbox One Guide button
- Designed for true racers, it features metal gas and brake pedals, and gear sequential paddle shifters
- This new generation wheel will deliver unrivaled feelings in Forza Motorsport 5 and future racing games on Xbox one: Racing sensations at a level never seen before
- The Force Feedback base featuring an industrial-class brushless motor allows for super smooth and seamless Force Feedback effect, ultra-responsive and realistic Force effects
- Compatible with both Xbox One and PC. Thrustmaster drivers for PC are available for download from the ts.thrustmaster.com website.
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900° Force Feedback Servo Base Featuring an Industrial-Class Brushless Motor
Thrustmaster assists virtual racers through their learning curve with the TX Racing Wheel Ferrari 458 Italia Edition. This force feedback wheel allows gamers to really take the plunge into the world of racing, and hone their driving skills for a better performance. In order to achieve this Thrustmaster has taken great care to create the perfect solution for any gamer trying to go to the next level in their racing games.
Detachable 7/10 Scale Replica of the Ferrari 458 Italia Wheel
Detachable, realistic 11 inch/28 cm diameter racing wheel, featuring textured rubber cladding.
Comprehensive driving controls : 10 action buttons (including 1 on the base) replicating the controls found on the real wheel. Replica 2-position Manettino dial + replica Engine Start D-Pad.
2 Large, Wheel-Mounted Sequential Paddle Shifters
Sequential gear shifts are facilitated by the two large (4 inch / 10 cm high), 100% metal wheel-mounted sequential paddle shifters, super high-end tact switch (lifespan of more than 10 million activations).
Ferrari-Style Pedal Set
The included pedal set features metal pedals with a long range of travel, and a brake pedal featuring progressive resistance.
Industrial-Class Brushless Servomotor
Under the hood there’s nothing less than a genuine brushless industrial Force Feedback servomotor (with frictionless action), providing super-smooth and seamless Force Feedback. The motor’s silence allows you to completely focus on what matters – namely, premium performance on the road.
Ultra-responsive and realistic Force effects, with no latency.
New Dual-Belt System
The new 900° dual-belt system delivers super-smooth and quiet Force Feedback with incredibly responsive, realistic Force effects: feel the road, not the wheel’s internal mechanism.
H.E.A.R.T HallEffect AccuRate Technology
Thrustmaster’s development teams have added precision to the motor’s impressive capabilities by incorporating H.E.A.R.T HallEffect AccuRate Technology, featuring a contactless magnetic sensor: this provides 16-bit resolution, for 65,536 values on the wheel’s steering.
Compatible on Xbox One and PC with detachable Thrustmaster wheels** (599XX EVO 30 Wheel Add-On Alcantara Edition, TM Leather 28 GT Wheel Add-On, Ferrari F1 Wheel Add-On, Ferrari GTE Wheel Add-On, etc.).
Compatible on Xbox One and PC with Thrustmaster 3-pedal pedal sets** (T3PA and T3PA-PRO – Thrustmaster 3 Pedals Add-on).
Compatible on PC with all USB pedal sets** on the market (in games supporting multi-USB).
Compatible on Xbox One and PC with the TH8A shifter** (TH8A – Thrustmaster TH8 Add-on).
Compatible on PC with all USB shifters** on the market (in games supporting multi-USB).
** Sold separately
Thrustmaster Quick Release system
The Thrustmaster Quick Release system lets you quickly switch from one wheel to another – in just a few seconds. This innovative concept gives wheel base owners the option of purchasing separate detachable Thrustmaster wheels, for use with their existing base. Enjoy optimal realism in all types of races!
Thrustmaster TX Racing Wheel Ferrari 458 Italia Edition
The Ultimate Racing Simulator for Xbox OneThe Force Feedback wheel features a brushless industrial motor with a detachable wheel and metal pedal set. The core product of the TX Racing Wheel ecosystem.
Force Feedback Base with Brushless Industrial Motor
Brushless industrial motor: Ultra-smooth Force Feedback, with zero cogging. Super-responsive, realistic Force effects, with no latency. New optimized frictionless dual-belt mechanism: Fluid and smooth steering – ultra-quiet system. Ultra-precise wheel: H.E.A.R.T Hall Effect AccuRate Technology*: contactless magnetic sensor, for precision that won’t decrease over time. 16-bit resolution (65536 values on the wheel’s steering axis). (*Patent pending)
Detachable 7/10 Scale Replica of the Ferrari 458 Italia Wheel
Features realistic dimensions:28 cm in diameter, with textured rubber grip Two large, wheel-mounted sequential paddle shifters, 10 cm tall, and attached to the wheel 100% metal Super high-end tact switch (lifespan of more than 10 million activations)Comprehensive driving controls - 10 action buttons (including one on the base) replicating the controls found on the real wheelReplica 2-position Manettino dial + replica Engine Start D-PadDetachable wheel featuring Thrustmaster Quick Release system: quickly switch from one wheel to another.
Ferrari-Style Pedal Set and Solid, Versatile Attachment Systems
Comes with metal pedals, with long range of travel, and brake pedal featuring progressive resistance. Metal central clamping system compatible with all desks and tables. Built-in screw threads for easy attachment to any cockpit.
Compatible with other detachable Ferrari wheels already available on the market (Ferrari F1 Wheel Add-On**, Ferrari GTE Wheel Add-On**, etc.). Compatible with the T3PA** pedal set (Thrustmaster 3 Pedals Add-on). Compatible with the TH8A** shifter (Thrustmaster TH8 Add-on) featuring 8-speed or sequential gearbox. (**Sold separately)
Also Compatible with PC
PC compatibility is ensured thanks to the Thrustmaster drivers available for download from the ts. thrustmaster. com website. With these drivers, you can also make sure that you always have the latest firmware version available for your wheel.
TX Racing Wheel Features
- Adjustable angle of rotation: from 270° to 900°
- Internal memory and upgradable firmware
- Xbox Guide button
- Controller pairing LED for Kinect
Top Customer Reviews
Pedals are plastic, but have a heavy weight to them and feel absolutely solid. The brake mod goes amazingly far for realism. Honestly, I have used/owned a couple of wheel setups with load cells and this matches them at the very least. If properly adjusted, the brake mod feels like an actual brake pedal. You will have slightly better performance with top of the line load cell pedals perhaps, but for this price point you won't get one that is noticeably better. The throttle, clutch, and brake pedal all have different resistances from each other. They are not adjustable (aside from the brake) but you can feel a difference, and all three feel like real world pedals. They also allow for you to modify the pedal face placement (left or right, and with the throttle, also up or down) and most aftermarket car pedal faces will actually bolt to them. So you can get some that suit the size of your feet better if you desire.
FFB is very strong. I had to turn it down in fact as at times it would actually start to pop my wrists and shake the rig. At 50% it's still amazingly strong. When you get it fine tuned you really feel everything. Forza 6 on the other hand, at no fault of the wheel's this is not the case at all, but I am not reviewing Forza 6 so the reason I bring that up is if you play it exclusively, you'll want to wait for Turn 10 to adjust on their end. Their wheel support right now is awful so if you get it and play, and the wheel underwhelms or makes the car uncontrollable, that is the fault of Forza. It works perfectly with Project Cars, also have tested it with iRacing and Assetto Corsa on PC but seldom use either so I didn't go in depth. Seemed at least on par with Project Cars.
Also, you WILL need a rig of some sort with this. Even if just a wheel stand. It has clamp attachments and bolt on points as well, but the FFB is way too strong for just using on your lap or a TV tray or something. I have a full on sim rig and like I said, on full power it would literally shake it like mad and actually would pop my wrists to the point it felt like they'd break. That's not an exaggeration, it really is that powerful. So don't even bother getting it unless you have a rig, will build/buy one or at the very least get a good wheel stand.
I have no doubt Turn 10 will fix their wheel compatibility issues. This isn't the only wheel they have problems with. Literally any wheel with FFB is almost unusable with it. So again, don't judge this wheel off of their terrible support of wheels. But for now, if you play Project Cars or the above mentioned PC sims, this wheel has no equal right now. Not even my Fanatec (that went back as it was within return range) could compare to it.
Enter the Thrustmaster VG TX Leather Wheel/Pedal set for Xbox One. This set is truly excellent! The Thrustmaster servo base itself is heavy and is quite substantial. The force feedback and vibration are quite strong (I had to turn the force feedback down a bit as it was just too much to get the wheel turning at 100% FFB in Forza 6). The servo wheel allows you to directly change the steering angle of rotation (i.e., 270, 360, 540 or 900 degrees) and steering sensitivity right on the wheel itself. See the Thrustmaster website to download supplemental instructions on how to do this as its not contained in the included manual. Importantly, the Thrustmaster pedals allow for fine brake adjustment using an included conical brake mod that screws in just behind the brake pedal. Using this mod allows you to achieve the brake pedal feel of your choice. Although the included leather racing wheel and pedals feel great, you can switch out the wheel and/or pedals with a number of alternative offerings from Thrustmaster if you so desire. (I’ve got my eye on that Thrustmaster Ferrari F1 wheel, just wish it was labeled Mercedes Petronas instead!)
For those that are interested, the following are the advance wheel settings I’m using with this Thrustmaster set in Forza 6:
Steering Axis Deadzone Inside: 0
Steering Axis Deadzone Outside: 100
Acceleration Axis Deadzone Inside: 0
Acceleration Axis Deadzone Outside: 100
Deceleration Axis Deadzone Inside: 0
Deceleration Axis Deadzone Outside: 100
Clutch Axis Deadzone Inside: 15
Clutch Axis Deadzone Outside: 50
Handbrake Axis Deadzone Inside: 10
Handbrake Axis Deadzone Outside: 100
Force Feedback Scale: 75
Wheel Rotation: Varies by car and preference, but I use 360 degrees and 540 degrees quite a bit across many cars.
Also, under the Assists menu, I have steering set to “Normal," no ABS, and STM on (no TCS though).
My only, and I mean only, gripe with this set is that in order to update the wheel’s firmware, you can’t just do it through your WI-FI connected Xbox One. Instead, you need a PC, not a Mac, computer to download the update then sync it to your wheel. It is always recommended that you update the wheel’s firmware upon receipt and check back regularly for updates as Thrustmaster periodically publishes updates to refine it’s products features and/or add new features. I hope Thrustmaster one day offers firmware updates directly through the Xbox (preferably) or at least offers Mac-compatible firmware updates.
(P.S. – I also tried the overpriced Logitech G920 for Xbox One, which I returned as it was smaller/too much like a toy and did not offer brake adjustability. See my review of that set separately.)