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    Hi
    First time posting in this area
    I'm back flying simulators after 7 years of retirement (CFS1 and CFS2)
    Last week I dug out of the closet my MSFF2 but nowdays is more common to have Hotas, pedals and the new kid of the block TrackIR.....anyway I'm planning to get a used Saitek X52 just for the Hotas....is possible to use Saitek X52 HOTAS whit my MSFF2 without problems???
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    Hi
    First time posting in this area
    I'm back flying simulators after 7 years of retirement (CFS1 and CFS2)
    Last week I dug out of the closet my MSFF2 but nowdays is more common to have Hotas, pedals and the new kid of the block TrackIR.....anyway I'm planning to get a used Saitek X52 just for the Hotas....is possible to use Saitek X52 HOTAS whit my MSFF2 without problems???
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    Hello there, you will have no problems as long as you understand how to set up multiple controllers. Il-2 can have 4 controllers see mission4today web site. You wont regret buying TrackIR
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    A lot of folks use just that setup, an MSFFB and the throttle from the X52 with the stick as a button bay.
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    If you fancy yourself as an electronics expert, you could take the pots out of the X-52 stick and mod the case to make more rotaries/sliders
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by na85:
    If you fancy yourself as an electronics expert, you could take the pots out of the X-52 stick and mod the case to make more rotaries/sliders </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Except for the fact that the X52 uses Hall sensors in the stick .
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