(10 customer reviews)


  • Magnetic sensor technology, with no contact or potentiometers, for unlimited lifespan and optimal accuracy
  • Load Cell force sensor technology up to 220 lb 100 kg of pressure, for the perfect amount of braking power
  • Adjustable mechanical brake force thanks to the set of 6 springs included with the pedal set, for a multitude of quick adjustments
  • Independently adjustable pedals ( spacing and inclination) for optimized gaming comfort according to the user’s preferences
  • Calibration software allows for adjustment of the brake force, plus the dead zones for all 3 pedals


• High-precision acceleration and clutch: with magnetic sensors (H.E.A.R.To technology – Hall Effect accurate technology).

From the manufacturer







The H.E.A.R.T (HallEffect AccuRate Technology) system — contactless technology without any potentiometers — ensures an unlimited lifespan and optimal accuracy in racing sessions: up to 16-bit resolution, representing 65,536 values per pedal.


The brake pedal in the T-LCM Pedals adjusts to your gaming intensity and driving style. You’ll get the perfect amount of braking power according to the force applied on the brake pedal.


The included set of 6 springs allows for a multitude of quick adjustments, allowing you to customize the feel on the brake pedal to your liking.

Adjust the pressure force for the best fit with your racing setup (desk or table, Wheel Stand Pro, GT cockpit, F1 cockpit, etc.).






Mounted on a stable, sturdy structure designed with the most experienced racers in mind, the 100% metal pedal heads, attached to 100% metal pedal arms, ensure a good grip in order to optimize the feeling of control while racing.


The positions of the 3 pedals are adjustable in terms of height, inclination and spacing.

The calibration software also lets you electronically adjust the brake force, along with the dead zones for all 3 pedals.


The large, textured foot reststops your feet from sliding, and prevents inadvertent slips.

Weighing in at more than 11 lb / 5 kg, the heavy-duty pedal set provides stability that you can always depend on.


Additional information

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 18.5 × 17 × 12.5 cm


Release date

March 26 2020


The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.

Product Dimensions

18.5 x 17 x 12.5 inches; 5 Pounds


Video Game


English French

Item model number


Item Weight

5 pounds



Country of Origin


Date First Available

February 13 2020


Thrustmaster VG

10 reviews for THRUSTMASTER T-LCM Pedals (PS5, PS4, XBOX Series X/S, One, PC

  1. Mark555055

    Awesome pedal set, a nice upgrade from the T3PA Pro pedals.Finally affordable pedals with a load cell brake. These are extremely solid and are a nice upgrade from the T3PA Pro pedals from Thrustmaster.The accelerator and clutch pedals have decent tension and feel relativity realistic. The brake pedal is much improved over non load cell pedals from Thrustmaster and i foresee much more consistent lap times in my future.I’d definitely recommend these to anyone from beginner to seasoned vet. For those semi serious sim racers who can only spend $100-$200 on pedals, these are the very best pedal set on the market i believe.

  2. Sam

    T-LCM / T3PA comparisonAbsolutely blows the T3PA pedals out of the water. T-LCMs and T3PAs are more or less the same size in length and width. However, these pedals weight substantially more than the T3PAs. T-LCMs pedals faces are more of a 90 degree angle in stock configuration. The throttle travel on the T-LCMs are about 3.5 inch’s, 4 inchs on the T3PA. Some YouTube reviews pointed out some lateral movement of the throttle pedal and clutch pedal on the T-LCMs but it’s ridiculously minimal on my pedals you wouldn’t even notice it. (Does not come with the screws to mount the pedals on your rig, they will need to be purchased separately, unfortunately) Overall regardless of the affordable price, these pedals have gone above and beyond my expectations in person. Are they worth $200? 100% yes. If you’re looking to upgrade your pedals don’t even think about it these are a great product!

  3. AGP5000

    Ease of use and brake adjust-abilityComing from around 8 years of use with the Fanatec CSP V1’s and most recently CSL non-LC pedals; I have to give Thrustmaster a ton of credit for the T-LCM pedals. The quality construction and weight of the base are solid. Once in place, the pedals will NOT move under heavy braking. The metal construction of the foot rest & pedals are a nice touch for the price-point. Overall, I would say this set of pedals is currently the BEST deal out there in the sim-racing world.The gas pedal has a perfect balance/weight to the push. The ONLY con/weak point of the pedals is the brake throw. It is not that long, nor adjustable. You can easily change the springs to give it a firmer feel so it does not get to the max point without more pressure. However, you cannot currently change the throw distance of the pedal, as you can with Fanatec. Now, the brake load-cell is VERY precise and on point. The functionality of the brake is overall amazing and I am very consistent in heavy braking zones. It is simply the throw that is lackluster. The clutch is very engaging like a racecar feel. Not like a typical everyday DD. I like this a LOT! Barely use it, but it is solid. All 3 pedals replicate a genuine racing feel! -Again, for the price, these pedals will put a lot of the $400+ sets to bed, imho. -My brake spring settings are as follows: Top to bottom: Darker shaded black spring with rubber stop -1 washer where silver spring is in-between the 2 rubber stops Red rubber stop and red springThe above gives me the best feel for the minimal throw to achieve the best braking results. If you use iRacing, be sure your FORCE FACTOR setting is at 0.00 in the options. The load-cell replicates all the forces by itself.Hope this helps and enjoy many wins out there!

  4. A. Loesch

    Game changerAmazing pedal upgrade!If you haven’t used a load cell brake pedal before, and are maybe on the fence about the upgrade, do yourself a favor and just get them. The load cell brake is like night and day for me compared to your standard pedals, which measure the pedal distance travel. With these it’s so much easier to give precise braking input due to the fact it’s measuring the actual force applied.The other pleasant surprise is the weight and feel of the clutch and throttle. With my older logitech pedals I had absolutely zero desire to actually operate the clutch at all. Forget heel and toe downshifting. It just didn’t feel right at all; way too lame. But with these it’s an absolute delight to operate the clutch, and with a good sim I’m shocked at how much it actually feels like operating a manual in a real car.The only really tiny issue I have experienced is sometimes the clutch spring makes a hefty clicking noise when first engaging the pedal, like the spring is kind of slipping around on it’s mount or housing, but find that if I just work the pedal back-and-forth a bit really quickly it tends to go away, and hardly ever notice or feel it when playing. Perhaps over time this will wear away.

  5. Kindle Customer

    Finally an affordable load cell system from Thrustmaster.Had these delivered today. Can’t even describe how excited I am for Thrustmaster to release such high quality affordable load cell pedals. Compared to other load cells, these are much cheaper in cost, but the quality is definitely there.Right out of the box I could feel the difference. Compared to the default pedals shipped with my TS-XW wheel, these are substantially heavier and sturdier. The base is wide to prevent your feet slipping off the edge during driving regardless of using socks or shoes.Setup is a breeze. Plugging directly into a USB slot on my PC, the software was downloaded quickly and everything calibrated instantly.The difference in driving is night and day. Using me regular style of braking, I was only able to get to around 50% brake pressure through the load cell. I quickly adjusted the springs, which is painless and easy. I think the design of the adjustable springs in the brake pedal is the biggest surprise for me. It is a quick easy adjustment. Taking seconds to swap out. I can definitely see myself adjusting on the fly between cars.All in all I am blown away by these pedals. Absolutely worth the wait.

  6. Amazon Customer

    Scam. Order returned.Returned the product. We got a pedal nowhere near what is described in the box and it had river rocks in the box to make it look like it is heavy.

  7. AJ Ferda

    What a difference from TPAFYI: This is a personal purchase and not a Vine program item. I paid for these. Now…I recently upgraded my rig to a TS PC Racer Ferrari 488 Challenge Edition from a T300 and wanted a pedal upgrade. Being a Thrustmaster guy, the TLCM pedals fit my needs and budget. I’d heard good things about them but man…..I was not expecting THAT much difference.Going from the potentiometers of the T3PA pedals to the load cells of the TLCM, the difference was immediately obvious. I mean, it’s CRAZY different.The TLCM accelerator pedal is sooooo smooth compared to the T3PA. Where you push the T3 and theres only the resistance of the spring and a very linear, almost ON/OFF feel to them. They don’t feel like you have a lot of in between space to work with. Especially in medium to slow corners where you just need a bit of throttle. Oval racers will notice a HUGE difference on the 1 to 1.5 tracks when in traffic.The brake pedal is just an incredible upgrade from those potentiometer pedals. Smooth, highly adjustable to suit your style and feel, and way more accurate. Where I would lock up with the T3PA or need more ABS, with the load cells I had way better control of my braking and my braking zones were much later and controlled.They’re a very reasonably priced pedal set and also very sturdy. The T3PA are plastic and light. The TLCM are heavy, with metal components and a much more solid feel. Where I could mount the T3PA with two bolts, the TLCM required four as the pressure applied is much heavier than with the old set.They come with a bunch of springs and washers to adjust the feel of the pedals so you can have super firm or loosey goosey if you want. So many combinations you can put together with them.If you can snag them on the monthly payment thing, do it. You’re just going to buy them eventually lolEasy recommend.If you’re looking to upgrade, I would skip the T3PA or T3PM if you can spare the extra $200 and go for these. You’re going to pay a ton of money for other load cells so this is a great way to get your foot in the door.Super easy recommend.I used these in Assetto Corsa Competizione, Dirt 2.0, iRacing and F1 2021 and they were miles ahead of the T3PA. Like, not even close in performance.

  8. JC

    Excellent pedal grips but there are a couple of things to considerI’ll give the rubber grips a 5 star, but there are a couple of things buyers should be aware of. The rubber is very thin, and has to be stretched a bit to fit over the pedals. I got the gas and brake pedal grips on without any problems, but as I was putting on the clutch pedal grip, one corner of the rubber grip split. I was being very careful too. This set is being exchanged for a new one. Hopefully the next set will go on without a problem.Secondly, the T-LCM pedals can be adjusted left or right, but if you adjust the clutch and / or the gas pedals, the rubber grips will not fit over the pedals tightly as the plastic pedal head supports behind the pedals will interfere with the snug fit of the rubber grips. The extra width of the brake pedal allows for the rubber grip to fit properly even if you move the pedal left or right.As far as using the rubber grips, they do a good job doing what they are supposed to do, provide grip. The pedals themselves are really smooth, so if you are in sock feet, the rubber helps to keep your foot from sliding off the pedal.Overall, highly recommended, but keep these things in mind.

  9. Jorge

    Excelente producto. Los mejores con Load Cell en este rango de precioTengo unos Fanatec V3 y recientemente compré estos de Thrustmaster…En términos de materiales, evidentemente los Fanatec son superiores, lo que podría ser un factor en términos de durabilidad.Sin embargo, en términos de funcionalidad y rendimiento honestamente los Thrustmaster están al nivel de los V3. Explico:Pedal del acelerador: Los V3 son ligeramente superiores en términos de poder ajustar la carrera y encontrar la sensibilidad adecuada. No obstante, el pedal del acelerador del Thrustmaster es de muy alta calidad y de hecho en mi opinión es un poco más preciso que el del V3 (calidad de señal).Pedal del freno: Los Thrustmaster son superiores. El trailbraking es mucho mejor con ese pedal de freno. En los V3, incluso probando diferentes configuraciones incluyendo el Brake Performance Kit y el Damper (accesorios que tienes que comprar por separado), no he podido igualar el nivel de eficiencia y eficacia del pedal del Thrustmaster. La sensación simplemente es superior, además de que es mucho más fácil configurar los niveles de resistencia utilizando los diferentes resortes que incluye el paquete (no tienes que gastar más). Con los V3 necesitas herramientas y ser un tanto cuidadoso para cambiar gomas y resortes, y de 15 a 30 minutos. Con los thrustmaster solo necesitas tus manos y un par de minutos.Pedal del Clutch: Es ligeramente superior el de los V3, pero no por mucho. Está un poco más duro y trata de emular el clutch real, mientras que en los Thrustmaster es la misma sensación que cualquier otro pedal.Cuestiones extras:Software: el de Thrustmaster es superior para calibrar a tu gusto los pedales. El de los V3 es mucho más básico y tienes que estar calibrando a prueba y error, mientras que con el primero se te ofrecen cifras.Load cell: en mi opinión es superior en Thrustmaster como ya lo recalcé en la cuestión del freno. En los V3 puedes observar como la señal “salta” o no es suave al subir y bajar el pedal. En los Thrustmaster no ves saltos o pérdidas de señal.Otras funcionalidades: Los V3 traen una funcionalidad que me ha parecido muy buena. Se trata de una función de vibración que puede ser configurada de manera distinta con Fanalab. Hay tres escenarios que pueden ser configurables de manera personalizada: cuando “lockeas” las llantas en la frenada vibra el pedal del freno; cuando entras en “oversteer” o “understeer” vibra el pedal del acelerador. Desafortunadamente, los Thrustmaster no incluyen este tipo de función.La cuestión acá es que los Thrustmaster son mejores en términos de calidad y precio. Los V3 son ligeramente mejores en lo general, pero por el doble del precio, además de que no incluye todos los accesorios.

  10. David Scott

    Just wowI can’t believe what a difference these load cell pedals make over the standard Logitech ones that came with my G29. The feel they give is fantastic. It has drastically improved my performance in iRacing. Never got above 6th before getting these. Now I’ve podiumed multiple times and even won a race.

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