View Full Version : Joystick or Yoke???
05-18-2002, 01:02 AM
What do you prefer joystick or yoke??? Which is more realistic and precise??? Tell also the name of the joy or yoke you prefer...
05-18-2002, 01:12 AM
CHProducts flight sim yoke usb(le) and I have the saitek X45 joystick and throttle combination. I use the throttle all the time and the stick for CFSII. Both are exceptional in my mind.
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05-18-2002, 01:14 AM
I went from the Thrustmaster (no FF) to the CH USB Yoke & USB Pro Rudder pedals, and I've feel I've made the biggest leap in adding to the realism of FSimming so far. :-) I got the 3-lever yoke so I wouldn't have to fiddle with the Function keys when adjusting my mixture and prop RPM. It sets you back some moneywise, but it's worth it if you're really into FS.
05-18-2002, 01:54 PM
Depends on what kind of airplane you are flying. Flying a Cub with a yoke is almost a crime :). Zipping low level with a Tornado or Strike Eagle just doesn't have the same satisfaction using something that came out of my Skyhawk. Now, flying a light aircraft with the yoke is much easier.
I used the CH Flight Sim Yoke USB. I had the original Yoke they made and the spring tension in the later yokes is much more realistic.
I have a very old Thrustmaster Joystick that works great for the odd times that I dust it off.
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