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atreyu Captain

hello, do you guys know of any websites that sell yokes pedals and throttles besides ch? im just curious to see what my other options are before i end up getting a ch yoke since my joystick is going...

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RadarMan Chief Captain

This is all I know of, dream about it. Dont Know

http://www.flypfc.com/

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Jake (JarJarBinks) Chief Captain

take a look at this post

https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/15802/best-joystick-flight-controllers-around/

there are some cool things in there that may help you. Wink

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atreyu Captain

alright next question. if id get the ch yoke and pedals could i get a throttle quadrant from a different company?

like this

http://www.fspilotshop.com/product_info.php?cPath=1_16&products_id=474

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

Yes you can. Remember that you will pay $400 for the Go-Flight throttle quadrant and you will still need to buy the console to mount it to. You could end up spending $1000. The CH Throttle Quadrant is $160.Smile

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atreyu Captain

o i thought i could just buy the goflight throttles and use them just like that. the main reason i was looking for alternitaves to the ch throttles is that to me it seems like it would be hard to do reverse thrust with them? maybe someone that has them can help me out with this, when you have the trottles at idle is in the center postition? or in the back? if its in the back how do you activate the reversers?

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

The CH Throttle Quadrant levers feature a soft detent (1/4 in.) just before the physical full back point. When the engines are at idle, the levers are at the detented position. When you pull a lever beyond this detent to the physical full back position, it is seen as a key push that you can assign. Flight Simulator does not allow you to assign reverse thrust to each engine independently. I have one of the thrust levers set so that when fully back, reverse thrust is selected for both engines. Smile

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