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Rantam

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  • Flight Simulators
    DCS, IL2 and most of older combat flight simulators from Jane's to Lucasfilm, from Microprose to Flight Simulator II ( Commodore 64 days). And yes, MS is not a combat sim, I know :D
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    Spain
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    Simracing, combat flight sims, music.
  1. Glad it worked! I hope DCS implement an option to use non-combined pedals natively. But at least we can do it messing around a bit like this ;) Happy flight! http://www.rantam.com
  2. An unexpensive solution is creating home made ones. I made ones myself. They're simply squared bags made of cloth: These are the measures: - Joystick: 33.5cm x 19.5cm - Throttle: 40cm x 28cm Both have a rope at the end so you can tighten it around the base of the joy/throttle to avoid dust entering in. Hope this will help Regards
  3. An unexpensive solution is creating home made ones. I made ones myself. They're simply squared bags made of cloth: These are the measures: - Joystick: 33.5cm x 19.5cm - Throttle: 40cm x 28cm Both have a rope at the end so you can tighten it around the base of the joy/throttle to avoid dust entering in. Hope this will help Regards
  4. An unexpensive solution is creating home made ones. I made ones myself. They're simply squared bags made of cloth: These are the measures: - Joystick: 33.5cm x 19.5cm - Throttle: 40cm x 28cm Both have a rope at the end so you can tighten it around the base of the joy/throttle to avoid dust entering in. Hope this will help Regards
  5. An unexpensive solution is creating home made ones. I made ones myself. They're simply squared bags made of cloth: These are the measures: - Joystick: 33.5cm x 19.5cm - Throttle: 40cm x 28cm Both have a rope at the end so you can tighten it around the base of the joy/throttle to avoid dust entering in. Hope this will help Regards
  6. An unexpensive solution is creating home made ones. I made ones myself. They're simply squared bags made of cloth: These are the measures: - Joystick: 33.5cm x 19.5cm - Throttle: 40cm x 28cm Both have a rope at the end so you can tighten it around the base of the joy/throttle to avoid dust entering in. Hope this will help :pilotfly: Regards
  7. I'm really glad it helped you! I know how frustrating it's not being able to use your pedals when you know there's for sure a way to make then work as rudder pedals ;) Kindest regards Sent from my SM-A500FU using Tapatalk
  8. How to use Fanatec Clubsport v3 pedals as rudder pedals in DCS Objective I don’t have flight sim rudder pedals but I have simracing pedals, so I want to use them in DCS as rudder pedals. The problem that you’ll face when trying to do this is that you will have two separate axis in your simracing pedals (usually throttle and clutch pedals) that need to be translated as an unique axis (the rudder pedals axis) ingame. My Thrustmaster T300’s could be easily configured on DCS to work as intended, but my Fanatec Clubsport v3 can’t be configured like that because their axis are
  9. Hi again, No prob, Tricky1. And will try that, VampireNZ :) I made it work in the end, but using 3rd party software: UCR + vJoy. I've created a tutorial and will share it here so anyone with similar issues will have a solution. But if I can make it work without using these I'd be happier. So, as i said I'll give that a try and will let you know ;) Thanks all for your help! :)
  10. No need to apologize, I know you're trying to help. Not sure if my previous comments sounded too harsh, but that wasn't my intention, sorry. If that is the case then it's me the one apologizing ;) Now, yes, I know there're many people out here using simracing pedals sucessfully. As I wrote I was one of them before moving to the clubsports v3. But not anymore. The reason why I have to use a negative curve is my pedals pulling in the opposite direction if I don't do that. What I mean is that I must press them 100% so they both rest at 0% in game. Then if I release one slowly from 100% to 0%
  11. Hi VampireNZ, thanks, but I already did all that. As I posted before that configuration worked flawlessly with my Thrustmaster's T300 pedals, but with the Fanatec Clubsport v3 I can't make it work properly. I figured out that I must use an user curve to make them negative, but when I do it a "step" appears to each side of the curve (check the red box on the 2nd and 3rd screenshots below): Those steps apply 100% and 0% when you're expecting to have the opposite amount of slider value, which makes the configuration useless as long as the pedals are resting or being pressed 100%
  12. Yes, simracing pedals are better than nothing/twist stick ;) So, going back on topic, any chance of anyone having working Fanatec v3s on DCS? Regards
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