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Topic: Flight Simulator Hardware
Username: mawingho
Posted 2012-10-24 10:14:53 and read 7243 times.

What is the best flight simulator hardware products (including yoke, pedals, etc)?

Topic: RE: Flight Simulator Hardware
Username: flymia
Posted 2012-10-24 18:22:54 and read 7220 times.

Well one day I want something like this: http://www.jetmax.ca/

For now I am saving up for this: http://www.goflightinc.com/products/...tq6-adv-advanced-throttle-quadrant

I have a CH products Yoke from 2003 and it has never had a problem. Also I have a Saitek X45 Joy Stick and Throttle I use the throttle always. I have had that since 2002 never had a problem. All the lights even still work.

Topic: RE: Flight Simulator Hardware
Username: Fabo
Posted 2012-10-25 01:06:02 and read 7204 times.

On the cheaper side, best value for money is the Saitek Yoke + Pedals combo at the moment.

Topic: RE: Flight Simulator Hardware
Username: flymia
Posted 2012-10-25 08:51:43 and read 7192 times.

Quoting Fabo (Reply 2):
On the cheaper side, best value for money is the Saitek Yoke + Pedals combo at the moment.

I got that free from a friend. My CH Products Pedals finally gave out after eight years of use and I now use the Saitek pedals which I do enjoy. I want to use the Saitek Yoke but it does not fit on the current desk I have.

Topic: RE: Flight Simulator Hardware
Username: AviRaider
Posted 2012-11-06 09:55:52 and read 6920 times.

I don't like the Saitek yoke it's too unrealistic and jerky. When you let go of the yoke it forcefully springs back to center and when flying trying to make small quick movements is a pain because it takes more than normal pressure to move the yoke out of it's central caged position.


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