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  1. The TQ looks great! Would you consider adding reverse levers to the throttle levers?
  2. Buttons are necessary on a TQ in my opinion. The other feature that it should have is the ability to configure throttle levers in different ways (airliner, GA, etc).
  3. Me too! I will sell my Bravo as soon as the Fulcrum TQ comes out..
  4. I was in the market for a new yoke and I pre-ordered the Fulcrum One yoke at the time it was available to do so. My advice: buy it now and don't wait. The more you hesitate the longer the wait will be. Once you receive the yoke, you'll realize the £500 is too low for this yoke.
  5. Allowing different configurations (Airliners, GA) is essential. Having reverse switches and other buttons would be great as well. If the TQ is built the same way as the yoke, I'll for sure pre-order it. Thanks Chris!
  6. The Fulcrum yoke is the best yoke in the market right now. It's basically a Yoko+ for half the cost. Also, it's built like a tank. Buy one now. You won't regret it.
  7. This is great news! Even though I have the Bravo TQ, I'd sell it and get the Fulcrum TQ just because of the quality and precision of the Fulcrum yoke.
  8. I have one and I highly recommend it! Chris is a great guy and is very quick with forum posts/emails if you have any questions.
  9. No worries Chris. The yoke is great! The fact that the screws are loose shows you how much I've used it. I commend you for the great design that makes it easy to fix the issue quickly.
  10. Hi Chris, Just wanted to give you a heads up on an issue I'm having. When I used my yoke today, I heard a clicking sound while moving the yoke along the roll axis, near the center. I opened yoke and noticed that the 4 screws that are holding down the enclosure that the yoke pole goes through are loose. This causes the entire enclosure to wobble from side to side, thus causing the clicking sound. I tightened the screws and the clicking sound went away. Is there anything else I need to do? Here are the location of the screws: https://photos.app.goo.gl/siW6A1KqPTeQEKHb8 https://photos.app.goo.gl/LjENjS7CyZeNF3bo6 Also, when I move the yoke on the pitch axis, I noticed the gear on the left (on the track) is not straight. It's on the track though. Happy New Year! Nicolas
  11. Hi guys, I'd like to put a holder on the yoke for my iPad Pro 12.9. Is this possible? Which holder do you guys recommend? Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving!
  12. Hi Chris and fellow Fulcrum yoke users, Are you guys adding deadzone in your sims for the yoke? If you do, how much are you adding?
  13. Hi Chris, I received the yoke for a couple of weeks ago and so far it's been excellent. I do have a question regarding the hat switch button. It's not visible as a button in MSFS and the windows calibration utility. Do you know why? Also, I took some detailed photos of the yoke. Do you mind if I post them in this forum? Thanks! Nicolas
  14. UPS just delivered my Fulcrum yoke. I have to wait until the end of the work day to try it. I'm look forward to it!
  15. I'm still eagerly waiting for the payment email. I ordered really early on preorder day so hopefully I can get one from the first batch.
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