The yoke is a quality bit of kit. Had it since March but they're saying the throttle won't be available till Autumn because of component shortages :( . Don't think the rudder is released yet, seen the pictures, I doubt it will be as good as the TPR. Can't wait to junk my TFPR pedals, I agree, they really are trash !
I've had that Honeycomb yoke for over a year but its still in the box :) Eventually.......I do want the throttle though. Their Charlie rudders I'm not too sure about though, the pictures suggest they may be not too much different from the rest of the competition......but at least this TPR should match my Warthog setup well
I was planning on going for the full Honeycomb setup, got the yoke, waiting for the throttle and rudder to be in stock. But this is a good price and good quality so went for it.
It's probably got hotter than I expected this site to give it to be fair but is a crackin deal. First time I've ever had an amazon order dispatched though that says "Arriving: Tuesday, June 22 On the day of delivery, we will email you a one-time password to read to the driver for delivery."
This is a good price
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Yet you're still clicking and commenting on costco deals? Yes it's a membership needed, but if you are one of those that actually uses costco then you'd realise that there's a lot of shopping you can do there. Main issue for many is juts having room for when buying in larger quantities, not that you have to. We changed to their corporate card for the cashback and 2 years running we've not needed to pay fr membership now :) Don't go outdoors force you to buy a membership card for a fiver to be able to buy from them?
Voted hot to even out the stupidity..
Yh...i know what you mean...ever since a m8 showed me this site a few years ago it's cost me a small fortune (cheeky) (cheeky) (cheeky) .... could you tell me more about Drive hub please (confused)
Ha..I did as well...it gave me the bug and spent a fortune upgrading since then.
thrustmaster tmx pro and t3pa pedals and th8a shifter. I got the tmx pro and pedals for 140 on sale then got the shifter and t3pa yesterday for 180. Going to sell the pedals that came with the wheel so overall would be under 300 only th8a is compatible with xbox and this wheel
None of these games replicate real drjving
Not for learning to drive
No. 100% no. Nothing will compare, especially for a learner like driving a real car
Most sequential race boxes don't use a clutch when racing, it wastes time between gear shifts and the wear on the straight gears is negligible. You only use the clutch for setting off. A fake "H-conversion" set will still use the manual clutch pedal unless it has an actuator built in.
A cheaper option for anyone just wanting some kind of shifter on PC is the G29 Shifter with a Leo Bodnar USB cable, or making an adapter from an arduino pro micro if you have the ability. I prefer the solid metal weight of the TH8A, and it doesn't improve my lap times, but it's great fun driving a beaten up Ford Focus through Edinburgh on Forza Horizon 4, hitting every single thing on the way and knowing you get to keep your licence at the end of it 8)
Nice little saving. Thanks for this @DonVali
Always hated the name Thrustmaster, sounds like an adult toy XD
Well a sequential shifter would be for cars that specifically use one, like some older race cars and rally cars. These would usually still use a clutch, so the stick shifting was better. With paddles, it's such a small, quick action and can be hard to sync with a clutch press. Just all different tools for the job and how much immersion/authenticity you're going for. As for display, either is fine. Will totally depend on your setup and how far away from it you are and everything. I used a 27" monitor for the longest time before I got into VR. But I also had the monitor fairly close, so it was still big enough.