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Old Mar 02, 2013, 04:57 PM
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Sure, the combat effects module is just an add on and 'wiggles' the plane, control is still maintained.

The system is designed to work with the ForceFly joystick control which has a programmable dead man switch that eliminates the effects if the pilot feels it is compromising his control.

Actually the ForceFly is great for combat especially with the logitech G940 because it has built in 'afterburner' and 'air-brakes' control. Its much easier to pace bogeys because you can set the throttle and tap a button to boost or brake speed. I found that simply on a throttle it is too easy to fall behind or overshoot your target.

What kind of control input does your system require? Could the ForceFly be setup to operate it?
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