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  1. Bob_Bushman
    12-17-2018 03:22 PM
    Yes I think the delta is a very fine grip, but I never had a warthog, went straight from CH to Virpil.
    And I have never handled a VKB either, but it does look very sweet..

    Yes I think the Delta is a very good stick, and even the twist function is actually not something I loathe, it doesn't twist as much as last time I used one I think, which was in the 90's.
    And it's precise too.

    I did a bit of testing and for instance I found it working very well with my main two modules, the Huey and the Harrier, center mount it and you can fly with either hand as you see fit.

    The five way hats also works great in DCS for whatever you want them to, it's basically "up\down, left\right + ok" on the same thing.

    And the thumb stick as analog slew control is amazing.

    I suppose maybe the VKB Gunfighter and MCG-PRO grip might be better.
    But there is no doubt both are higher-end.
    And as you say it has twist, the MCG-PRO won't until they make the twist extension, and it is ambidextrous.
  2. Sashmeister
    12-13-2018 07:47 PM
    Hello man,

    I saw your post about the Delta grip. I intend to buy it because of the analogue stick and I want to use it for DCS. I see you are happy with it? My second choice is the VKB, because it has a stick as well, but there are a lot more expensive and harder to get. Can you give me an advise? Is the Delta good for planes? I intend to buy the throttle later. I also do not have pedals, so this is another + for the Delta.

    Thank you in advance!

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