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  1. New This is the software written by Leo Bodnar to allow you to set adjacent pins on your Authentikit/BU0836A board to behave like an encoder. This is commercial software. You are free to share it however it does not have the indicated GPL licence as shown.
    • 3 Downloads
  2. The classic blind flying panel used in the Spitfire as well as other WW2 era aircraft.
    • 136 Downloads
  3. Tools to make it easier to build flight controls as well as the all important calibration prints
    • 172 Downloads
  4. If you haven't been able to source the Allcam/Mount-It system you may have tubes that are not the standatd 27mm / 35mm. This is a kit of grips for different diameter poles
    • 49 Downloads
  5. Our first product for the P-51D is a biggy! At around 1.5ft x 1ft it is a scale replica of the pedestal and includes a fully articulated land gear lever and flaps lever with elevator, rudder and aileron trim wheels.
    • 533 Downloads
  6. An early release of the P-51D pedestal. You can download and print these wheels now and then you will be able to apply the white lettering using the white silicone method
    • 205 Downloads
  7. You'll need this to mount controls which are situated in the instrument panel - such as the Spitfire
    • 90 Downloads
  8. This rig extension mounts to your monitor stand to provide mounts for flight controls on a cockpit wall, such as throttle lever and trim wheels.
    • 144 Downloads
  9. The starter kit version of the Universal Hub supports 4 flight controls. This extends it to 10 so you can add flaps, landing gear and more.
    • 357 Downloads
  10. If you haven't got a Starter Kit version of another flight control that includes the universal hub then this is what you need to connect your various AuthentiKit flight controls to your PC.
    • 354 Downloads
  11. This add on kit includes not only the Spitfire MkIX throttle quadrant, elevator trim wheel and rudder trim wheel but also the connectors to the universal hub as well as the rig extension pole system to mount the flight controls just where you want them.
    • 586 Downloads
  12. A replica set of elevator and rudder trim wheels for the P-40B. Nice and compact, mounted just where you'd expect them on your left hand side.
    • 133 Downloads
  13. This throttle quadrant is replica of the P-40B and is also a great match for a wide range of vintage combat and non combat aircraft such as the Harvard/Texan T6 or the Waco YMF-5.
    • 293 Downloads
  14. The Mk1A throttle quadrant differs from the MkIX in a few key areas notably an lever operated action which is required to enable Boost Cutout which later involved into War Emergency Power or WEP. The trim wheels also have a different design to the MkIX.
    • 177 Downloads
  15. This flight stick is for the famous Battle of Britain Spitfire Mk1A. It is interchangeable with the MkIX flight stick and connects to the stick input of the Universal Hub.
    • 197 Downloads
  16. Our very first AuthentiKit flight control was the iconic "spade handled" Spitfire MkIX flight stick. This download is a "starter kit" containing the flight stick and Universal Hub needed to connect it to your PC.
    • 636 Downloads
  17. This flaps lever plugs into the gear input of the AuthentiKit Universal Hub and is part of both the Spitfire MkIX and Spitfire Mk1A set of AuthentiKit flight controls.
    • 250 Downloads
  18. This chassis lever, or gear lever, plugs into the gear input of the AuthentiKit Universal Hub and is part of both the Spitfire MkIX and Spitfire Mk1A set of AuthentiKit flight controls.
    • 310 Downloads