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  • psjshep

    Added the version 3.0.0 of the file 14-port Hub for BU0836X, with lid & board clasp.
    File Version
    V3 - Added 3 tabs to the inside of the lid - these stop the RJ45 walls from flexing
  • Administrator

    Replied to a comment by vextechs on the file P-51D Mustang Pedestal.
    Reply (File)
    We plan to extend the hub this year which would give the capacity for this.
  • vextechs

    Commented on the file P-51D Mustang Pedestal.
    Comment (File)
    Could you please make a version with carburetor controls? I would really appreciate it if you did. Thank you and have a nice day. :)
  • Administrator

    Replied to the thread P-51 Throttle PTT.
    Post
    The unihub wiring diagram shows what to do with all 8 pins. The far right one is PTT.

    As for the non responsive board, is the board showing up in joy..cpl? Can you show a screenshot? Also photos of all your rj45 and BU board wiring will help.
  • koticsnyper

    Posted the thread P-51 Throttle PTT.
    Thread
    I just finished assembling my p51 throttle. The included video assembly instructions for wiring and the wiring diagram for the USB hub extension dont seem to have a page for the PTT button on the throttle grip in the usb hub. Can someone direct me to any…
  • koticsnyper

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    That is what I did. I like DCS. I wish they would hurry up and get the Crusader done. I would like to fly it again. I just hope they faithfully make it correct.


    I have already built the P 51 pedestal and it works fine. The only problem I had was with…
  • koticsnyper

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    Hi, thanks for the feedback. Just to be clear what is the main problem that you need help with? Is it the mixture? Could you show some photographs of the wiring order differences as these obviously need correcting. There are no MagHalls in the pedestal…
  • Administrator

    Reacted with Like to the review PA24 Comanche TPM for the file PA24 Comanche TPM.
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    Very good product. Easy to assemble with the help of the Authentikit video. Took me approximately 5 hours. Easy to calibrate it in Windows and set it up in MSFS2020. Excellent communication with Reuben. :thumbup:  :thumbup:  :thumbup:
  • Jaro

    Added the review PA24 Comanche TPM to the file PA24 Comanche TPM.
    File Review
    Very good product. Easy to assemble with the help of the Authentikit video. Took me approximately 5 hours. Easy to calibrate it in Windows and set it up in MSFS2020. Excellent communication with Reuben. :thumbup:  :thumbup:  :thumbup:
  • Administrator

    Reacted with Like to the review Brilliant controls for the Comanche for the file PA24 Comanche TPM.
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    This is a really high quality product and brings so much more realism to the sim. Don't be put off by having to build it, the video and doc provided make it a breeze to do and actually really good fun. Highly recommended! :thumbup:
  • mat_p

    File Review
    This is a really high quality product and brings so much more realism to the sim. Don't be put off by having to build it, the video and doc provided make it a breeze to do and actually really good fun. Highly recommended! :thumbup:
  • Administrator

    Replied to a comment by toby23 on the file PA24 Comanche TPM.
    Reply (File)
    Could you paste these comments into a support thread please and we can work on them? Link is here >> PA-24 Comanche

    Also - see my comment here on your review about the jiggle. It should be only around 0.05%
  • toby23

    Commented on the file PA24 Comanche TPM.
    Comment (File)
    […]

    Side to side play causes the levers to move in/out enough to be noticeable in MSFS. They are secured tightly into the end piece inside the controller but still wiggle enough to cause a reading.

    Regarding the wiring, it would be easier if it came…
  • toby23

    Added the review A great piece of kit! to the file PA24 Comanche TPM.
    File Review
    A very handy piece of kit and great fun to build, definitely a learning process for me, having never tried wiring before.
    It took me around 4 hours to build over an afternoon and, even though it got frustrating in places (wiring), I managed it and the…
  • Administrator

    Reaction (File Review)
    Using bambu p1s with the build plates provided in prusa slicer. so take note to adjust for the authentikit tolerance requirements

    X-y hole compensation 0,075
    x-y contour compensation -0.04
    wall order inner wall/outer wall/inner wall
    detect thin wall


    It…
  • dutchvanoooh

    File Review
    Using bambu p1s with the build plates provided in prusa slicer. so take note to adjust for the authentikit tolerance requirements

    X-y hole compensation 0,075
    x-y contour compensation -0.04
    wall order inner wall/outer wall/inner wall
    detect thin wall


    It…
  • Administrator

    Replied to the thread Heavy axis.
    Post
    They are strong compared to Saitek etc. Yes it’s normal/intended. The real thing has variable tension, so could even be stronger if set that way. Please contact SKS about the stickers as he organises those.
  • voltigeurramon

    Posted the thread Heavy axis.
    Thread
    Just fully assembled the TPM, I really love how it looks. the three axis feel a bit heavy. Not tight, just heavier than I'm used to with the Saitek throttle quadrant and Honeycomb Bravo. Is that correct?

    Edit: Got it from SKS, any chance of a sticker with…
  • Cutter

    Commented on the image Wheathered Spit Throttle.
    Comment (Image/Video)
    Gorgeous. I love weathering effects.
  • cruiserofland

    Uploaded the image Mustang Cockpit Beginnings.
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    Mustang Cockpit Beginnings