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Go FLight TQE vs. Elite throttle quads?

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I'm thinking about getting a USB throttle quadrant and eyeing both the GF TQE and the Elite. The GoFlight unit looks kind of miniaturized but I like the idea of the flexibility. Not sure if it has detents though for the turbines. Anyone try either of these?David

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I honestly don't know and don't have them, but the recent press release of Elite which mention you have to purchase FSUIPC on your own for having their $ thousand hardware to run, while Go Flight never needed it as far as I understand, makes me just think about which company I would put my money to if hardware controls are a concern to me: the one able to fully support ON ITS OWN IT OWN solution. And since I've read somewhere that there could be no FSUIPC for FS2006...Hope this helps!

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