Revolutionary rudder pedals
The Thrustmaster Pendular Rudder (TPR) pedal’s design is revolutionary and well-thought-out. By using the Pendul R technology with suspension mechanism, developed by Thrustmaster and aviation professions, you experience perfect, smooth movements of the rudder pedals.
The TPR, weighing as much as 7kg with its metal construction, uses the same ultra-accurate sensors as the high-end HOTAS Warthog joystick does. These magnetic sensors on all axes (rudder and left/right pedal) move frictionless, are wear-resistant and maintain the accuracy that may be expected of high-end rudder pedals.
Fully adjustable to your preferences
Two sets of springs are included with the Pendular Rudder pedals, allowing you to adjust the resistance of the rudder. Besides, the pedals are adjustable to your preferences as well; each pedal has two adjustments points with five different positions, ensuring the pedals have an operating range between 35° and 75°. Tools to change the springs and the position of the pedals are included.
The metal base ensures great stability, even when you choose not to use the TPR in a cockpit. If you want to use the pedals in a cockpit you can use the 4 screw holes (M6) in the base plate.
The addition to your Thrustmaster Warthog
With the TPR, Thrustmaster has created the ideal addition to the Thrustmaster Warthog Flight Stick / HOTAS. Both products use the patented H.E.A.R.T. (HallEffect AccuRate Technology) technology, ensuring a sublime, unmatched accuracy. This gives you a head start during dogfights in flight – and space simulations.
The opportunities are endless
With the T.A.R.G.E.T. (Thrustmaster Advanced pRogramming Graphical EdiTor) software by Thrustmaster the possibilities to customize your Thrustmaster flightsim gear are endless. The software combines all your Thrustmaster hardware in one USB device, after which you create (or download) specific profiles for your favorite flightsim such as Digital Combat Simulator (DCS), War Thunder, IL-2, Microsoft Flight Simulator (FSX / MSFS2020), Prepar3D or X-Plane.