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Ala12Rv-Tundra

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  1. What do you think it's the thing you like the most about it? Is it similar to a10 red flag?
  2. Plug and play sir, even myself could install it with no issues https://forums.eagle.ru/topic/188571-tm-cougar-ch-magnetoresistive-hall-sensor-kits/
  3. there are other options, even available here on TM subforum and with bundles to upgrade to hall sensors
  4. Numers are only for FireCat´s list, the previous way to preorder before the website filling form was released.
  5. They have to come up with something better than other companies, and they haven´t done that since releasing Hotas Cougar over CH products two decades ago.
  6. Great bang for your money, being using one for two years already and I find I fly more finesse due to the feedback it provides.
  7. You just have to wait for your name to be "next in line" on the list, then MilesD will contact you for further info, such as your country, headset, payment method... Don´t forget to check PointCTRL Discord channel too.
  8. Another positive vote for VKB
  9. I think you can combo left click on the trackball + scroll the ball upwards and downwards for fast spinning
  10. fair enough!! you got a kiwi system to root the VR headset cable to the ceiling so it becomes "weightless", right? I bought a similar system but the adhesive pad doesn´t adhere to my old flat ceiling paint.
  11. Some user forums offers that for 30€, 20€ more if you want a Hall sensor.
  12. For my trackball, I attached a L bracket piece of aluminum to the right armrest of my chair, which I removed
  13. Oh you lucky person. Being waiting since last August for mine
  14. I can´t wait for PointCTRL, it´s a device which tracks two small wireless finger pointers of each hand for hardly $200 https://youtu.be/74g1VYkDOo0
  15. when flying sidestick, where would be your mfds located?
  16. Consider some desk mounts or even chair mounts, it will improve ergonomics a lot. Even adapting the racing rig with HOTAS brackets/supports. Otherwise your upper back will hurt soon.
  17. There are: - gel lube - silicone - white lithium grease - multi-use
  18. Just go to DCS - Settings - Controls, find the particular device column, double click over the name DCS chose by default (Button box) and type the name you want. No idea for Windows though.
  19. Yeah, there is some versions, others based on lithium grease. Yours look like the very same which worked for metal friction instead of plastic, the one used for carrier personnel to lube tomcat nozzles
  20. Go to controls and a10cII and check if the joy input shows up
  21. Firstly, bear in mind I enjoy reading pilots books and stories from cockpit rather than a condesed presentation with some data sheet. Regarding books, I would add: "Every man a tiger" by Tom Clancy and Gen Glosson, who planned the air campaign "Ironclaw": I think it was published at the same time than Vipers in the Storm, it got very good reviews, I haven´t read it yet "Angel of attack": the war from the point of view of an A-6 pilot flying missions from USS Ranger "Tornado down" is the experience of a British Tornado crew who got shot down by a SAM. "Hogs in the sand": very recent
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