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    Tiller to my home cockpit

    Hello guys,

    i need to buy any plug & play tiller to my home cockpit one to the pilot while the another to copilot.
    please any help ?

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    Re: Tiller to my home cockpit

    I can tell you what I did....i basically took a compete RC servo form servocity and gutted it...but left the potentiometer and the gearing so it retained some 'feel' when moving it back and forth. Then I connected it to my 836X bodnar board, fashioned my own tiller then configured the axis through FSUIPC.

    If you decide to have a tiller on both sides, it might be easier to physically connect one to the other as arranging separate inputs might be a bit difficult if not impossible.

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    Re: Tiller to my home cockpit

    I have seen people using old computer steering wheel for car racing games as a tiller, not a bad idea for beginning, you can definitely buy one for few bucks in local computer store or ebay...

    Pavel