Thrustmaster TFRP – T. Flight Rudder Pedals (T.A.R.G.E.T Software, PC)




Dimensions: 349 x 314 x 200 cm; 1 Kilograms
Model: 2960764
Origin: China

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494 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Having upgraded from a 20 year old MS Sidewinder Precision 2, these are amazing.

    I specifically got two of these to play Elite Dangerous. This is a fairly common HOSAS set up for this game and I even think the orange hints were designed to match Elite’s orange HUD.

    By having tap/hold macros and setting one key on each stick to become [Shift] after 0.5s I can 3 different actions per button (for example, I have one button that’s engine boost on tap, supercruise on hold for 0.5s and combined with shift on the other stick it functions as system jump. So even with the fairly limited buttons I can play the entire game while never removing my hands from the sticks.

    Build quality seems good, I’m not sure what the point of the LED in the base is, I’d rather just have the stick and save a little cost.

    I’ve now got about 100 hours of use in-game with them and they are performing excellently. I am slightly concerned about people complaining about broken Z axis on here but I haven’t had any issues yet.

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Having upgraded from a 20 year old MS Sidewinder Precision 2, these are amazing.

    I specifically got two of these to play Elite Dangerous. This is a fairly common HOSAS set up for this game and I even think the orange hints were designed to match Elite’s orange HUD.

    By having tap/hold macros and setting one key on each stick to become [Shift] after 0.5s I can 3 different actions per button (for example, I have one button that’s engine boost on tap, supercruise on hold for 0.5s and combined with shift on the other stick it functions as system jump. So even with the fairly limited buttons I can play the entire game while never removing my hands from the sticks.

    Build quality seems good, I’m not sure what the point of the LED in the base is, I’d rather just have the stick and save a little cost.

    I’ve now got about 100 hours of use in-game with them and they are performing excellently. I am slightly concerned about people complaining about broken Z axis on here but I haven’t had any issues yet.

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Having upgraded from a 20 year old MS Sidewinder Precision 2, these are amazing.

    I specifically got two of these to play Elite Dangerous. This is a fairly common HOSAS set up for this game and I even think the orange hints were designed to match Elite’s orange HUD.

    By having tap/hold macros and setting one key on each stick to become [Shift] after 0.5s I can 3 different actions per button (for example, I have one button that’s engine boost on tap, supercruise on hold for 0.5s and combined with shift on the other stick it functions as system jump. So even with the fairly limited buttons I can play the entire game while never removing my hands from the sticks.

    Build quality seems good, I’m not sure what the point of the LED in the base is, I’d rather just have the stick and save a little cost.

    I’ve now got about 100 hours of use in-game with them and they are performing excellently. I am slightly concerned about people complaining about broken Z axis on here but I haven’t had any issues yet.

  4. Robbie Miller Kaplan says:

     United Kingdom

    Having upgraded from a 20 year old MS Sidewinder Precision 2, these are amazing.

    I specifically got two of these to play Elite Dangerous. This is a fairly common HOSAS set up for this game and I even think the orange hints were designed to match Elite’s orange HUD.

    By having tap/hold macros and setting one key on each stick to become [Shift] after 0.5s I can 3 different actions per button (for example, I have one button that’s engine boost on tap, supercruise on hold for 0.5s and combined with shift on the other stick it functions as system jump. So even with the fairly limited buttons I can play the entire game while never removing my hands from the sticks.

    Build quality seems good, I’m not sure what the point of the LED in the base is, I’d rather just have the stick and save a little cost.

    I’ve now got about 100 hours of use in-game with them and they are performing excellently. I am slightly concerned about people complaining about broken Z axis on here but I haven’t had any issues yet.

  5. VickiJulius says:

     United Kingdom

    Good product just a shame the hotas flight stick sucks which makes this product useless if the joystick doesn’t work

  6. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Good product just a shame the hotas flight stick sucks which makes this product useless if the joystick doesn’t work

  7. Simon says:

     United Kingdom

    Good product just a shame the hotas flight stick sucks which makes this product useless if the joystick doesn’t work

  8. Anonymous says:

     Germany

    Es macht sehr viel Spa damit Flight Simulator zu spielen. Qualitativ sehr hochwertig. Nur die Antirutsch Polster knnten besser sei

  9. Anonymous says:

     Germany

    Habe mir diese Pedale als Ersatz fr die Z-Achse am Joystick gekauft.
    Das aufstellen und einrichten am PC geht erwartungsgem einfach ber die Bhne, am PC angeschlossen wird das Gert sofort erkannt und verfgt ber zwei Achsen. Der Widerstand beim bewegen der Achsen ist gut und die Pedalgre/Fuauflageflche ist auch in Ordnung (Schuhgre 47) der Abstand der Pedale zueinander lsst sich soweit ich wei nicht einstellen ist aber angenehm gro. Das Gert wird auch in jeder Software/Spiel erkannt und funktioniert tadellos.

    Soweit gutes Produkt zum fairen Preis.

  10. Anonymous says:

     Italy

    la pedaliera funziona perfettamente solo utilizzando l’adattatore rj12 fornito nella confezione non funziona inserito nella presa del tca quadra

  11. Jermaine6261 says:

     France

    Bon pdalier exactement ce que je cherchais. Attention de bien initialiser se pdalier dans Flight simulator sinon il a tendance s’emballer.

  12. GiseleGauthier says:

     Germany

    It is a good low budget Rudder Pedal, but, I wish it was more smooth to maneuver ( maybe because it is still new), it is not as smooth as I wish to fine control the Airplane., and I have still to use the joystick when micro movement is needed.

  13. MarianoWilley says:

     United Kingdom

    The professional rudder pedals for home simulator cost a lot. But these are definitely required for anyone looking to get into siming. Especially tail dragger aircraft.

  14. ShantaeChauvin says:

     Germany

    Die Pedals funktionieren, wurden sofort erkannt und der Flugluimulator von Microsoft hat auch die entsprechenden Voreinstellungen. Was mit nicht so gefllt ist:
    – Sie ruckeln etwas, da ntzt auch kein Fett.
    – Die Pedale stehen zu nah bei einander, das macht das fliegen recht anstrengend
    – Wenn man sie direkt an die Wand stellt, kann man nicht mehr richtig bremsen, d.h. man muss noch einen Abstandshalter dazwischen klemme

  15. Anonymous says:

     Spai

    Precio muy interesante para la calidad de este producto. Su funcionamiento es extraordinario.

  16. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Work well with Condor Gliding SIm. Rudder control is critical for a glider so adds degree of realism. Easy to set up and work perfectly. Well made and sturdy. Not cheap but worth it.

  17. DeandreKDO says:

     United Kingdom

    Work well with Condor Gliding SIm. Rudder control is critical for a glider so adds degree of realism. Easy to set up and work perfectly. Well made and sturdy. Not cheap but worth it.

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Work well with Condor Gliding SIm. Rudder control is critical for a glider so adds degree of realism. Easy to set up and work perfectly. Well made and sturdy. Not cheap but worth it.

  19. AliciaTerpstra says:

     United Kingdom

    Fantastic addition for my MSFS. Easy to setup and a good range of options to customise it. Very good quality. I’ve used it with other Simulators other than MSFS and works a treat.

    Worth the money

    Simply Superb

  20. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  21. MVFElysenlgi says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  22. AngelicaOShaugh says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  23. Bree Fowler says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  24. DevinFields says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  25. James Limbach says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  26. ClintonP17 says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  27. Gertrud07W says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  28. YZMGarryjzzw says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  29. Leijah Petelka says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  30. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  31. WarnerKilfoyle says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  32. ErnestiTomaszew says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  33. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  34. Kaiser GH Update says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  35. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  36. Product Reviews Net says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  37. EzekielAmato says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  38. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  39. ShelleyCheatham says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  40. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  41. LinBrabynnfdxc says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  42. RodgerLaplante says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  43. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

  44. Bryan Hinkle says:

     United Kingdom

    Upgraded to this HOTAS from a previous much simpler HOTAS, Glad i made the switch. There are 12 buttons on the stick base alone, which gives you many options. Stick feels good in the hand, the only issue i have is a lack of a 2 stage trigger. As for the throttle, it is quite large but most of the buttons are easily reachable, plus the smooth surface means you can just slide your hand up smoothly.
    Overall, I do not know if i would recommend this stick to a beginner, the amount of buttons, whilst very nice and good to have, can be a bit intimidating, or even overwhelming, But its a very good system overall.

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