T150 Force Feedback
Product number : 2969098 2961062
- On PC, the USB sliding switch on the T300 RS & T150 racing wheel’s base must always be set to the PS3 position!
- Attaching the pedal set to a cockpit :
- Attach the pedal set using the small threaded holes located beneath it.
- Drive two M6 screws (not included) through the cockpit shelf, then feed them into the two small threaded holes located beneath the pedal set.
Important : The length of the M6 screws should not exceed the thickness of the shelf +10 mm; longer screws could cause damage to internal components located in the pedal set.
- Your wheel’s Firmware version appears in the top right in the Control Panel’s tabs. Firmware: 11 is the latest version.
|user manual - T-150 racing wheel||PC PS3™ PS4™|
|Template - Cockpit setup - Thrustmaster 2 pedals|
|Tips - Cockpit setup - Thrustmaster 2 pedals||English|
|User manual - T150 PRO Force Feedback||PC PS3™ PS4™|
|DRIVERS FORCE FEEDBACK (Package 2020_TTRS_1) + Firmware||PC||Windows 10 - Windows 7 - Windows 8|
|Release notes||Windows 10 - Windows 7 - Windows 8|
|Firmware T150 - Update Procedure||PC|
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Force Feedback settings explanation
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BOOTLOADER METHOD: how to wake your racing wheel if it is no longer recognized on PlayStation®3, PlayStation®4 or PC
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Instructions on how to manually change the wheel's angle of rotation on PlayStation®3/PlayStation®4 in Force Feedback games.
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Manual firmware update procedure (Windows Vista /7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10)
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How do you reduce the force feedback in games other than Gran Turismo Sport such as Assetto Corsa?
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AUTO-CALIBRATION AND WHEEL CENTERING
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TWO IMPORTANT REMARKS ABOUT STEERING WHEELS ON PS4™
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Instructions on how to manually change the wheel's angle of rotation on PlayStation®3/ PlayStation®4 in Force Feedback games.
1240103-09-2018 - The T300 / T150 racing wheel and the relevant SDK (Software Development Kit) are issued to major PlayStation®3/PlayStation®4 game development studios to ensure full compatibility with forthcoming re...