RC Flight Simulator Software Discuss rc flight simulator software here. Aerofly Pro, RealFlight G3, XTR, Reflex, etc.

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Old 07-17-2014, 08:57 AM
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Here is the situation:

New pc HP p1050t pavilion with intel dual core cpu, 1 gig memory and windows 7 pro and plenty of hard drive 1 g if needed
and a 19 in. monitor. (rather small monitor in my way of thinking and windows 7 seems slow after 98 and xp )
Or is it just me?

Am thinking of getting the real flight 7 for use with my Futaba 9c or the 10c and / or one of the Saitex X52 flight control systems.
Can be seen here: http://store.madcatz.com/brands/sait...by-Saitek.html rudder pedals not needed (?) as it has the 3D rudder on the stick ?
The X52 is just a crazy idea of mine for use on a mechanical device.

Yes, I know I need stick / and programing time on my transmitters and etc. and etc. and etc.

Any thoughts on using this on the pc-real flight system and X52 or have seen it done before?

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Most RC flight simulators read a chip (or something similar) installed either on the cable adapter or the handheld unit itself. I don't know of a way of bypassing that.

The question is: Why do you want to use a joystick to control an RC flight simulator? The point of the software is to help you with RC skills. Get Microsoft Flight Simulator X if you want to use a joystick.

If you want to use your radio, get the Transmitter Interface Edition. Otherwise you need the handheld unit to make the software work.

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