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Thrustmaster Ferrari Gte Wheel Add-on Ferrari 458 Challenge Edition Fo

- Replica Wheel of the Ferrari 458 Challenge- Officially Licensed by Ferrari- 11" Detachable Racing Wheel- Reinforced Rubber Wrapped- Two Wheel-Mounted Paddle Shifters- Six Easy-Access Action Buttons- Three-Position Manettino Dial- Multi-Directional ...Read More

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- Replica Wheel of the Ferrari 458 Challenge- Officially Licensed by Ferrari- 11" Detachable Racing Wheel- Reinforced Rubber Wrapped- Two Wheel-Mounted Paddle Shifters- Six Easy-Access Action Buttons- Three-Position Manettino Dial- Multi-Directional D-Pad- Force Feedback Support- Thrustmaster Quick-Release System Race in style and comfort with the Ferrari GTE Wheel Add-On Ferrari 458 Challenge Edition from Thrustmaster. This 11" racing wheel is a replica of the Ferrari 458 Challenge's wheel and is officially licensed by Ferrari. It features a reinforced rubber coating on the wheel's entire circumference for better grip and handling. The wheel has two wheel-mounted paddle shifters, six easy-access buttons, a three-position Manettino dial, and a multi-directional D-pad. Additionally it is compatible with all Thrustmaster T-Series racing wheels and has a quick-release system for easy detachment and replacement. The Ferrari GTE racing wheel is compatible with PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and, with an additional downloadable driver, Windows PCs. Specifications: Controls 2 Wheel-Mounted Paddle Shifters 6 Action ButtonsThree-Position Manettino DialMulti-Directional D-Pad Wheel Size 11" / 28 cm Platform Compatibility PlayStation 3PlayStation 4Xbox OneWindows PC Compatible With Thrustmaster T500 RSThrustmaster Ferrari F1 Integral T500ThrustmasterT300 RSThrustmasterT300 Ferrari GTEThrustmasterTX Racing Wheel Ferrari 458 Italia Edition Weight More than 2.6 lb / 1.2 kg
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