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I recently discover a company who build equipments for flight sim in Brazil. They look very good. I start seen a lot brazilian youtubers using it in MSFS2020. I don't know if it great as honeycomb, but soon as I get the money, I surely will buy one.

 

Look.  https://www.macbarecockpits.com.br/manches/

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If those prices are in US dollars, it is not exactly cheap

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I think prices are in Brazilian Real, aren't they?

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Yup, prices are in Brazilian currency, for example their throttle quadrant converts to around 170 quid, which is not bad given the looks of the thing.


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Anyone happened to see on their website if their axis are hall effect sensors or traditional potentiometers? 
Me personally would not buy anything that is not hall effect. This is 2021 after all.

I got myself a high end 767 replica throttle 10 years ago, also from South America. Had to return it due to being completely destroyed in the shipping process. So I'm also kind of scared of that happening again.

But I admit, their stuff looks quite good actually, but I'd prefer to buy it from an EU distributor.

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I purchased a custom-made dual rudder set about 5 years ago from Macbare. Quality workmanship and sturdy.

 

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Am I the only one who thought this was about something spooky? Glancing down the topics, I thought it said Macabre Yokes!💀👻😁

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I thought macabre jokes

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I have the SPFG model, from MACBARE, and I have used it on MSFS.

What I can say is that it is a very precise and robust yoke. It is possible to fully configure into the simulator.

I'm from Brazil, so for us, this is the best option available. The price is right, for the components and construction. And the prices on the website are in Brazilian reais. Today 1 dollar is approximately 5.70 reais.

From the sticks I've used, and available in my country, I'd say it's a superior yoke than Saitek / Logitech. Regarding Honeycomb, I can't say since it is unavailable here.

Finally, about the hall effect sensor, in conversation with the owner of the company, which is very accessible, I was told that it is possible to use these sensors in place of potentiometers, at an additional cost.

It is a solid company here, they make cockpits and all kinds of inputs for simulators for aviation schools.

Good flights!

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On 4/12/2021 at 6:51 AM, 109Sqn said:

Am I the only one who thought this was about something spooky? Glancing down the topics, I thought it said Macabre Yokes!💀👻😁

Yes, I read it as Macabre Yokes as well! Before I checked the website, I thought they maybe salvaged equipment from crashed planes & repurposed them for flight simulation 😧

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