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Hi captains :wink:i am currently looking at buying a SAITEK Proflight Yoke system.Reading the pro's and contra's here in the forum, i am still not fully convinced or oposed.What i couldn't find out is:Will the flap lever be able to set the various degrees like 1,2,5, and so on ?Will the spoiler lever work as supposed: Arm, adjustable, flight detend etc..Your opinion: sufficient buttons to put most functions (like real world and some more)Is there a ready made profile for this available ?Assign only one lever for both engines is acceptable. (for now )May be you guys, who own this thing, can bring some light into thisand/or talk me out of buying :sad:Oliver
Hey everyone, First of all sorry if I'm posting this in the the wrong place, but I'm sure lots of you guys have a saitek yoke so maybe you can help me. I recently purchased a Saitek Pro Yoke along with the Combat Rudder Pedals to get ready for the NGX. Before the yoke I was playing on a XBOX Usb controller witch was working great but I wanted to up the realism with a yoke. My problem is that the yoke seems to be somewhat late, definitely later then the XBOX controller witch was pretty much down to the millisecond. Everything just feels "slippery" and delayed by a second or so. I know it's not a problem with the yoke because I ran test on it and it is down to the millisecond in the control panel with my inputs, but in FSX it's another story. I've tried changing the sensitivities and tryied sever different aircraft but nothing seams to help. I've searched everywhere and can't seam to find a single thing on it. Any suggestions? Thank you Aaron
Hi there, I have the throttle quadrant plugged into the yoke and a second quadrant plugged into the usb port on the side of the yoke. When I test them in the joystick calibration app in windows both show they are working as they should HOWEVER when I try to assign an axis, one of the quadrants is shown going from OFF to FULL with no increments, like a switch. The other quadrant (USB) works as it should. I tested the whole rig in X-Plane and everything functions as normal. All testing I’ve done shows no hardware malfunction. (I’ve tried using different USB ports) Unhappily, the problem only seems to be with MSFS. Anyone have any Ideas? Thanks
Hey guys first time posting here on the forums! Currently, I’m fixing my Pro Flight System Yoke by replacing the right-hand side PCB and buttons (which I broke) with a LeoBodnar interface BBI-32 board and hat switch. Naturally, I’ve managed to get the interface to work outside of the yoke (Connected to my PC directly, as seen below), and be seen by X-Plane 11. However, the problem I have is that when I want to connect the interface to the yoke itself via USB, I get a windows error saying that I need more power, so to try and fix this I plugged the yoke into the back of my motherboard , with the interface connected to the yoke and got the same problem. Additionally, I can’t seem to assign buttons connected to the Leo Bodnar interface BBI-32 board vai Logitech’s panel when connected to the yoke directly or connected to the PC directly. What can I do to go about fixing this? I wouldn’t want to have to plug in two USBs just to run a yoke. I’m already out of USB ports 😛 Thanks!