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    A10C Quikie Pit

    Hello all. I was so anxious to get started using my new HOTAS Warthog and MFCDs with DCS A10C that I threw this pit together. I only wish that there was a center flight stick mount available..the 2x4 works but.....

    I figured I needed to be in a Squadron so I joined (created) The "Hog Warts", The 1320th Close Air Support Squadron (1320 is my home address ). Warthogs do have warts, don't they? I hope Dumbledore doesn't sue me for encroachment of copyright.
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    Re: A10C Quikie Pit

    Looks nice!

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    Re: A10C Quikie Pit

    Looks quite good. Are you using FSX or a combat sim for that?
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    Re: A10C Quikie Pit

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronson2k9 View Post
    Looks quite good. Are you using FSX or a combat sim for that?
    I use the DCS (Digital Combat Systems) A10C package I may be in over my head with that one. It is EXTREMELY realistic but fun (so far). The Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog controls are exact replicas of the real A10C controls, right down to the amount of pressure felt on the hats, buttons, switches, flight stick, etc which makes for an increased immersion experience. The Saitek Rudders and the head mouse TrackIR 5 rounds out the package nicely.

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    Re: A10C Quikie Pit

    Just went to the DCS Warthog page. Looks quite cool.
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