Thrustmaster T.Flight Rudder Pedals

Thrustmaster T.Flight Rudder Pedals
Key Features
  • USB and/or RJ12 Connectivity
  • Two Different Brake Pedals
  • Sliding Motion Advanced Rail Track
  • Advanced Calibration Software
The T.Flight Rudder Pedals from Thrustmaster is a customizable set of pedals designed for all users. It connects to your system via USB and/or RJ12, and is compatible with Windows PCs and the Sony PlayStation 4. The two 10" pedals have heel rests for comfort and can be removed for alternate ergonomic configurations. Furthermore, the sliding rail track system ensure a smooth sliding motion and its self-centering rudder axis provides a balance between smoothness and resistance. Complete your setup with the calibration and T.A.R.G.E.T programming software to adjust dead zones, program the axes of rudders and differential brakes, as well as save and load premade profiles by the Thrustmaster community.
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Can these pedals be calibrated in X-Plane 11.3? ...

Can these pedals be calibrated in X-Plane 11.3? Do the pedals include toe brakes for airplane braking?
Asked by: David
Yes they can be calibrated in X-Plane. Yes they have toe brakes.
Answered by: Thrustmaster Expert
Date published: 2019-02-06


would it be compatible with mac?
Asked by: Anonymous
Thrustmaster products are not Mac compatible.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2022-06-16

Does this work on Xbox series X if attached to ...

Does this work on Xbox series X if attached to The Hotas flight stick ?
Asked by: Randy
I have this product connected to the T.Flight Hotas One running on an Xbox One S. The product information on the T.Flight Hotas One states it's own compatibility with the Xbox One, Series X'S, and PC, and that the T.Flight Rudder Pedal (TFRP) completes the Thrustmaster Flight Simulator Ecosystem. I would refer to the materials that came with your flight stick for compatibility information, and you should end up as pleased as myself.
Answered by: Lynn
Date published: 2022-11-15


How can this device be attached to a flight stand?
Asked by: Anonymous
Flight stands usually include something to attach sticks and pedals to. These do have slots on the bottom for generic attachments.
Answered by: Steve M.
Date published: 2018-08-26

What prevents this from slipping across the ...

What prevents this from slipping across the floor?
Asked by: Gary
The wall.;) Seriously, that's the only issue I have with mine. It feels & operates well, but I usually put a short box between it and the wall behind my computer desk because it slides on my hardwood floor. I've been meaning to try a rug under it and my chair to see if that helps, but haven't tried it yet. I imagine this would be an issue with any rudder pedals on wood floors like mine though.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2020-12-31

Can I adjust the sliding tension of the rudders? ...

Can I adjust the sliding tension of the rudders? if so, how?
Asked by: Jibu
These can be calibrated, but not adjusted.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-10-01

From the manual, I can see that this device has a ...

From the manual, I can see that this device has a CAR-AEROPLANE mode on the USB adapter. Can I use this with American Truck Simulator as normal car pedals? Have anyone tried?
Asked by: Jibu
Yes you can. The car aero plane setting is just a blocker that keeps the petals from sliding on the rails. They still compress normally.
Answered by: ilich
Date published: 2020-07-06


Does it use hall effect sensors or potentiometers for the rudder axis? Are the toe brakes hall effect sensors, too?
Asked by: Tom A.
The Thrustmaster TFRP Rudder Pedals uses potentiometer for the 3 axis.The S.M.A.R.T (Sliding Motion Advanced Rail Track technology) technology provides a technological bonus as it is composed of 4 slide rails crafted of industrial-grade aluminum for perfectly smooth sliding motion. There is a self-centering rudder axis which brings the perfect balance between smoothness and resistance for re-centering, for the most accurate maneuvers (1024 values on rudder).
Answered by: Thrustmaster Thrustmaster Expert
Date published: 2020-06-27
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