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Hi all,


this has probably been done to death, but if someone can point me in the right direction, that would be great.


I'm building a set of controls to replicate the aircraft I fly in real life (Tecnam Eaglet).  First time I butchered an existing joysting, which worked to a degree.  I've now got a Leo Bodnar card on the way to do it properly, and with many more switches.  I'll be using FSUIPC as the interface, so any experience here would be great.


What I'm interested in now is the outputs from FSX.  If anyone has experience with using a Micro Maestro or similar to run servos for gauges, I'm keen to hear experience. Also, anyone that has successfully managed to harnes the force feedback outputs would be of great interest too.  I'd rather not do a degree in programing to get there, so if anyone can share their experience, I'll be very grateful.





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