Hello and welcome to my review of the Thrustmaster T-Lcm Pedals. These pedals are the first Loadcell pedals created by Thrustmaster. If you are a first-time reader welcome and I hope you enjoy the review. I have been into sim racing for 20 years and from the early days of the Commodore 64 right through to modern titles.
As stated before these are the first load cell pedals that Thrustmaster has created. Which is quite budget-friendly when comparing them to the Fanatec V3. The pedals are well constructed and have metal in all the right places.
The pedals are independently adjustable. Thrustmaster has included 6 springs for you to be able to adjust the brake force. The pedals can be connected by USB and also have the option to be connected to your Thrustmaster wheelbase allowing compatibility for Xbox and PS4 consoles.
Thrustmaster T-Lcm Pedals At A Glance
Good: Great price, Solid metal construction, Good loadcell
Not So Good: Needs more movement in the throttle, needs stronger brake springs, more feedback in the clutch
Overall Take: The Thrustmaster T-Lcm Pedals are a quality option for the budget-conscious racer, they are solidly built and will make for a good upgrade over non-load-cell pedals.
Features Of The T-Lcm Pedals
- H.E.A.R.T Magnetic sensors. Longer lasting than potentiometers
- 100kg force loadcell
- Adjustable brake force
- Independently adjustable pedals
- Large heel base
The Thrustmaster T-lcm loadcell pedals are a good choice for the budget-conscious racer looking for a good set of loadcell pedals at an affordable price. The pedals are solidly built and the adjustability will allow you to set the pedals up to your liking. The not so good aspects of the pedals are really me being nitpicking when you take into the price you would expect some compromises to be made.
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