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Old 04-16-2019, 09:45 PM   #11
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Honestly always wanted boutique models but the Logitech seems it would be a good replacement for my ch when they hit the bucket. My biggest gripe is tension, there is no dampening so your just fighting springs that have a high “starting” force to move
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... ch when they hit the bucket. My biggest gripe is tension, there is no dampening so your just fighting springs that have a high “starting” force to move
Center mechanism and spring in Logitech pedal work very similar than in CH, both have a center "detent",* probable you are exchanging "6 for half a dozen".

* For both models are user mod's for remove this "detent".
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I’m sure you are right thank you
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Old 04-17-2019, 08:04 AM   #14
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The major problem with Logitech G Flight Simulator Rudder Pedals is their price ~$170,
he don't have nothing that justify cost ~40% more than CH or ~90% more than TFRP.

Unfortunately the next option is MFG Crosswind at ~$290.

I will not suggest VKB T-Rudder (~$220) because is a very peculiar model.
The store I´ll probably buy from has both the CH and Logitech pedals for exactly the same price luckily. And I´d say the Logitech pedals have one massive advantage. More room between the two pedals as can be seen in the picture shown in this thread. Now look up any picture of a real cockpit and have a look at the rudder pedals. They´re never so close to each other like the CH model.

And $290 for the Crosswinds ? Where ? According to the official website they´re more like $360. Anyway, even $290 is two times more than the other options.

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And $290 for the Crosswinds?
Well, their side say: € 256.00 (for non EU buyers) what is ~$290.00.

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Anyway, even $290 is two times more than the other options.
I don't want "sell" a MFG for you, but to be fair in price comparison is need consider the differences, other options don't have:

- Bearings on pivots
- CAM center system - what means less noticeable center "detent".
- Two options of CAM profile, with different feel of operation, plus an optional profile.
- Spring tension adjustable
- Width, pedals angles adjustable
-Contacless sensor in all 3 axes - others use potentiomer, of good quality in CH and cheap in Logitech, what means spikes on axis response (above was mentioned a "jitter" script), soon or later.
CH at least offer replacement pot', Logitech no - see this model as disposable after warranty expire.

This "PRO" is perhaps debatable, but worth note:

- Crosswind was developed by simmer guy, with advise of other simmers and some real pilots, others (less costly) are consumer products in what the main directive is: profit.

Anyway if CH and Saitek cost the same in local retailer, CH is overpriced, in Amazon.com is $125,00. Logitech is $170 in their webstore.
Of course in different countries prices varies, in my "corner of the world" Logitech is sell for ... $ 435.00 in their official store.

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TFRP designer probable look there.

And not only then:

https://www.amazon.com/Redbird-Alloy...gateway&sr=8-4
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