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MFG Crosswind or Brunner Rudder Pedals?

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Hi-I've had MFG Crosswind Rudder Pedals for 18 months and think they are great with the props I exclusively fly.  Lately, I've considered the Brunner CLS-E yoke, which folks have said is night and day better than anything else out there.  Not heard much about Brunner's rudder pedals, though.  Anyone have these who would be willing to comment on how they compare to the MFG or whatever rudder pedals they had previously?  Thanks, much.

Jay


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I am curious as well, my current setup is a yoke with mfg pedals and I may eventually upgrade to the Brunner yoke and pedals


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Thanks Jovabra--these were interesting videos.  I'm already sold on the yoke, but had questions regarding the rudder pedals, to see if they are as big a leap as the Brunner yoke.  I've not seen any videos for the pedals other than a promotional one, so I'm vey interested in any feedback on them. 


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Hi vp49p3

I have a set of rudder pedals. Same Swiss quality. Heavy metal 🙂 Force is also adjustable.

Regards

Jo va Bra

 

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Would any owner of the Brunner CLS rudder inform us if it is good enough for the price? Does it work fine with all aircraft? Any advantage over conventional ones such as MFG or others? Thanks!

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I have the Crosswinds but starting to not like them and want something more real like. I'm looking at the VirtualFly Ruddos at about a $1000 but this Brunner CLS looks interesting. If you want the immersion and quality then go with the good stuff you wont be sorry. The Crosswinds are good but not realistic.  Josh


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Have you guys thought about the Thrusmaster Pendular Rudder? They seem pretty good for a lesser price than the league you're into, but might be worth a look 🙂

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The USP about the Brunner pedals is asymmetric flying. It's why I'm going to equip my rig with them. It's not just holding the load that is important, but a twin has rudder trim and to be able to trim out the load and the pedal to sit offset as a result is a LEAP in realism.

NO other pedal I've seen can do this. 


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