Files Tagged with “spitfire”

  1. New Our first AuthentiKit flight control - the iconic "spade handled" Spitfire MkIX flight stick. This is a "starter kit" containing the flight stick and Universal Hub needed to connect it to your PC. Now also the mounting system parts for a monitor stand.
    • 1.3k Downloads
  2. 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.
    • 396 Downloads
  3. Put yourself in the seat of a Spitfire flown by Sqn Ldr Mark "Disco" Discombe as he responds to a simulated engine failure emergency
    • 44 Downloads
  4. This panel slots below the blind flying panel and provides engine start/boost coil buttons.
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  5. The classic blind flying panel used in the Spitfire as well as other WW2 era aircraft.
    • 458 Downloads
  6. This LUA script provides full Differential (Toe Brakes) to the MSFS Spitfires by Mixing the Single Brake Lever input with Rudder Input. Works in MSFS with any aircraft with a single brake analog control. Requires the FSUIPC7 (full) version to work.
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  7. Spitfires had an alarm that would go off if the throttle was closed without the landing gear being lowered. This amendment to the Authentikit Mk1a Throttle Quad reproduces that facility.
    • 69 Downloads
  8. 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.
    • 592 Downloads
  9. 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.
    • 387 Downloads