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G27 pedals with Thrustmaster TX adapter??

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by Craig Cameron, Apr 6, 2016.

  1. Craig Cameron

    Craig Cameron

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    Hi,

    I was on the thrustmaster website looking for an adapter and there is one with a T.RJ12 connector. But to just buy the adapter the postage ends up double the price.

    I was wondering if the T.RJ12 was the same as the RJ12?


    From pictures both connectors look very similar but i wasnt 100% I have searched and searched but could not find anything.

    Thanks

    Craig
     
  2. chrismox

    chrismox

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    Nope, I'm afraid they're different. The Thrustmaster plug has the locking tab off-centre.

    Are you in the UK by any chance? I can point you in the right direction.
     
  3. Craig Cameron

    Craig Cameron

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    Thought that might be the case. Yes I live in the UK, know where I could pick one up?
     
  4. chrismox

    chrismox

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    If you're handy with a soldering iron, you can make one yourself.

    This cable has the correct plug - http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/telecom-cable-assemblies/0446670

    You'll also need this for the other end - http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/d-sub-connector-kits/7659555/

    Assuming that's something you want to tackle, I'll help you with the wiring. Or I can put one in the post to you if you'd rather not get your hands dirty!
     
  5. Craig Cameron

    Craig Cameron

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    How much would you charge? I have never soldered anything in my life so I would probably muck it up.
     
  6. chrismox

    chrismox

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    Fair enough, it's a fiddly job. Like you, I was a bit offended by the postage charges, hence why I ended up working out how to make my own.

    I can make one up and post it to you for £7.50
     
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