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Anyone who’s followed the AuthentiKit story probably associates it with Spitfires and other warbirds. Also, even though it’s freeware, you need your own 3d printer. Well things have moved on. This recent video by Simhanger reviews a new AuthentiKit TPM based on the Piper Comanche and there’s now an option that doesn’t require a 3D printer.


Varjo Aero, Zotac 3090, i9-12900K, 32GB Ram, RX Viper Rudder Pedals, AuthentiKit Controls + Fulcrum Yoke


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