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    My new ACE yokes

    Gents, today I picked up at two plywood boxes at Vienna airport arriving from Canada (ACE)
    and I want to share these pictures with you:







    The look and feel is outstanding, that's all I can say at the moment!

    We'll install them during the weekend and I'll keep you updated!

    Cheers
    René
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    Re: My new ACE yokes

    Congratulations René, I think you made the right choice, obviously The guys at ACE are fantastic and very proud of their work.

    Thanks for the pics.

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    Re: My new ACE yokes

    They look great Rene, are they usb plug and play?

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    Re: My new ACE yokes

    I sure hope they come up with a 777 set in the future. These really look nice and well packed.

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    Re: My new ACE yokes

    They look very nice.

    Can these yokes be connected together so that they operate together?

    Sean

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    Re: My new ACE yokes

    They look beautiful! And I love that "Made in Canada" sticker,eh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by flightdeck View Post
    Gents, today I picked up at two plywood boxes at Vienna airport arriving from Canada (ACE)
    and I want to share these pictures with you:







    The look and feel is outstanding, that's all I can say at the moment!

    We'll install them during the weekend and I'll keep you updated!

    Cheers
    René
    Congrats Rene looks awesome.

    Regards
    Vybhav

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    Re: My new ACE yokes

    They look great Rene, are they usb plug and play?
    @ Drewesta: Yes, you only need an USB-Cable and calibrate them in FS2004 Yoke assignments (in my case)

    Can these yokes be connected together so that they operate together?
    @Sean: Ali from ACE wrote to me:
    "Software connection is with FSUIPC. Both yokes will have own usb connection to the computer. FSUIPC will allow both yokes to work together. Both yokes are active whichever yoke provide higher input takes over the control. Example . Turn one yoke 15 degrees left. Other yoke will not work till you go over 15 degree. E.g 16 > degree."

    But I know, ACE is also providing a mechanical link on request!

    René

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    Re: My new ACE yokes

    Thanks René.

    It's good they are both active, a mechanical link would be the icing on the cake!

    Sean

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    Re: My new ACE yokes

    And here's my final report:

    Yokes installed, calibrated, functions assigned, slope in FSUIPC calibration adjusted >>>>> flys like a charm! Little finetuning during next days.

    Some pictures:





    René

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