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ErichB

Honeycomb 747 Throttle Unit

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Looks excellent but unfortunately they have potentiometers, not Hall Sensors.  Potentiometers are always an issue later on.

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17 minutes ago, ErichB said:

Looks excellent but unfortunately they have potentiometers, not Hall Sensors.  Potentiometers are always an issue later on.

HALL Sensors are fantastic. 


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And it will most likely never see the light of day anyway. Another false start in my opinion. Wanted this to be real as it looks great, but some more investigation of the outfit behind it leads me to believe it’s all vapor and hollow promises/fantasy. It does not take 3 years to “engineer” and produce a a TQ I don’t care how sophisticated.


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Looks beautiful, but im not sure how accessible the upper row of switches would be when the throttles are forward. "Engineered", but not "Designed"?


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