Thrustmaster T500, TX, T300 Wheeladapter

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Thrustmaster T500, TX, T300 Wheeladapter by Slowly Aug 20, 2015


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Mit diesem Adapter kann ein Richtiges Lenkrad an die Thrustmaster Base angeschlossen werden.




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what is the size of the adapter?

w/l/h/ in mm

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Found that there is a problem with the hex holes on the model. Only two of the holes are truly hexagonal, the other 4 have unequal angles (see the attached picture).

Can you upload the model file so that I can fix this?

Thanx for the design slowly. is it possible to get a stepfile from this design, i would like to edit it a little to fit my home made f1 rim better.

Where did you find the PS/2 connector or did you harvest it from an old wheel?

I printed this hub a few days ago and I'm pretty happy with it. My only complaint is that the hub is too thick to fit my wheel's supplied screws. This meant that I had to spend all day to find screws that would work. Do you mind if I modify this hub to be a little thinner to fit shorter screws?

Has anyone had one of these made through shapeways? Just curious if their material is strong enough.

I printed the piece but could not screw it on the base of the t500. What can be my problem?


Hi there,

this is a great design - very neat and tidy. Since I'm about to fit a Fanatec Formula Rim to a TM base, I'd like to know if you can possibly provide an additional adapter plate that shrinks the original 70.0 mm down to 52.0 mm (M5 holes) like the ones shown here: http://www.derekspearedesigns.com/uploads/3/3/3/7/3337442/1590606_orig.jpg (upper part of picture). Sadly, I couldn't find any 70-to-50-mm adapter up to now.

Best regards and have a nice start into the new year

Great model. Cheers.

Just a note to anyone looking to make one: Make sure that your bolts don't protrude over the edge of the nut recess, or they'll clash with the wheel base outer screw ring.

Hi there, can you share with me the 3d file of the adapter. Here is my mail. [email protected]abv.bg thank you in advance

Thanks for the information. I have ordered the nano to program. I bought a second hand mazda Rx8 real steering wheel to use on my thrustmaster base. So I printed the file you uploaded, it's good. But it does not fit the mazda wheel as there is no hex pattern on the steering wheel. There is not enough surface area to drill the hex pattern. There is however two threaded bolt holes that I could make sure of. I wanted to ask for a copy of this original solidworks/3d cad file so I can modify it by adding to neck and two angle flanges so it will fit my wheel using the two threaded holes. I have even had to remove the airbag from the steering wheel!!! Lol

The file is .ipt, an Autodesk Inventor part. If it helps I can send it, but not before 1\4\2016

Hi are you able to send me this file now?

yes please, [email protected]

What version of inventor are you using, also the year?

It's M5, the length depends on used wheel, wheel plate etc.

thanks buddy, what is the name of the bolts in the photo. It look like a hex bolt with 6 sides but the centre looks like an allen key style hollowed hole, is this how they look?

Where did source the PCBs? I am correct in assuming these can connected to an Xbox One in place of the a thrustmaster 458 wheel with FFB?

I have a real steering wheel and want to have the button function when connected to the base.

It's a hex nut M5 with 8mm spanner gap, put them in the adapter - you will not need a spanner for them. Slotted screw has a countersunk head, in my case M5x35mm. You can also use a Phillips or Allen screw, the length depends on thickness of button plate + wheel + 25mm (wheel adapter).
I now have a button plate with a case, where the PCB fits in, you could also use a cable tie or some tape.

If you use the recommended board and software, the wheel will be fully compatible to your XBOne.
Here you can find the wiring diagram, mark your buttons on the wheel plate!

Hi buddy brilliant drawing. What size are the hex bolts and nuts needed?