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The-Good-Guy
09-30-2004, 07:42 PM
{ya might like to be readin this with a mighty roll of the r.}

Ar can't believe it, 'ere we go again:

Okay good chaps, I be mainly flying the IL2 series, and fighters at that.

Knowing that, which do you think is the best choice for a throttle control?

Apparently the Quadrant has a more realistic World War 2 feel, but after looking again at the Pro Throttle, I've gotta say that all those hat switches etc make it mighty tempting.

Wodya ol feel 'bout this, like?

"Come forward to be recognised!"
"Don't be a shoot'n me 'ol friend. It's...
The-Good-Guy."

The-Good-Guy
09-30-2004, 07:42 PM
{ya might like to be readin this with a mighty roll of the r.}

Ar can't believe it, 'ere we go again:

Okay good chaps, I be mainly flying the IL2 series, and fighters at that.

Knowing that, which do you think is the best choice for a throttle control?

Apparently the Quadrant has a more realistic World War 2 feel, but after looking again at the Pro Throttle, I've gotta say that all those hat switches etc make it mighty tempting.

Wodya ol feel 'bout this, like?

"Come forward to be recognised!"
"Don't be a shoot'n me 'ol friend. It's...
The-Good-Guy."

leeG727
09-30-2004, 08:41 PM
Why choose one over the other? I believe the CH control manager lets you run both together. Use the Pro for the throttle and the quadrant for prop, mixture, flaps, radiator and trim. Set the P-38 up on the quadrant. The possibilities are endless.