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Online Millst0ne
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Hey! I was wondering if anybody could recommend a good FF joystick and if so what is the price range. I dont know a huge lot about joysticks so i need some advise :oops:
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#1 Post Sun 07 Nov 2010, 13:07

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Also do pedals come with it or are they separate?
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#2 Post Sun 07 Nov 2010, 13:11

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logitech G940 comes with pedals and throttle....

if you want cheaper go with the Saitek Evo Force...then u must buy pedals separately...lets say saitek rudder pedals or newly released saitek combat pedals (later will be available next month)..or if you have money best option would be Simped Vario usb pedals (but you can use twist stick for rudder on evo, too)

if you want used stuff... you can get old good MS Sidewinder Force Feedback 2 pro....on ebay......but be aware that SOME folks had stutters with this stick in ROF....



if you dont want FF, IMHO, best options would be:

1) CH Combatstick + CH throttle (although throttle, not a must for ROF) + Simped vario usb rudder pedals (although saitek rudder pedals are just fine and a bit cheaper)

cheaper solution: Thrustmater T16000 joystick + saitek pedals (if the money is a problem - you dont have to buy them, you can use twist stick on T16000)...or used Sidewinder precision 2...


or if you are a rich like Fifi go with the Thrustmaster Warthog (all metal joystick and throttle) + Simped F16 usb pedals :D
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#3 Post Sun 07 Nov 2010, 13:21

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=IRFC=Tvrdi wrote:
logitech G940 comes with pedals and throttle....

if you want cheaper go with the Saitek Evo Force...then u must buy pedals separately...lets say saitek rudder pedals or newly released saitek combat pedals (later will be available next month)..or if you have money best option would be Simped Vario usb pedals (but you can use twist stick for rudder on evo, too)

if you want used stuff... you can get old good MS Sidewinder Force Feedback 2 pro....on ebay......but be aware that SOME folks had stutters with this stick in ROF....



if you dont want FF, IMHO, best options would be:

1) CH Combatstick + CH throttle (although throttle, not a must for ROF) + Simped vario usb rudder pedals (although saitek rudder pedals are just fine and a bit cheaper)

cheaper solution: Thrustmater T16000 joystick + saitek pedals (if the money is a problem - you dont have to buy them, you can use twist stick on T16000)...or used Sidewinder precision 2...


or if you are a rich like Fifi go with the Thrustmaster Warthog (all metal joystick - throttle) + Simped F16 usb pedals :D

Thanks :D
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#4 Post Sun 07 Nov 2010, 13:37

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your welcome
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#5 Post Sun 07 Nov 2010, 13:43

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=IRFC=Tvrdi wrote:
or if you are a rich like Fifi .....


Hehe :lol: ... good advice on sticks Tvrdi :)
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#6 Post Sun 07 Nov 2010, 23:40

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I think Tvrdi meant the CH Fighterstick (more hats, buttons etc.) than the CH combat stick.
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#7 Post Sun 07 Nov 2010, 23:42

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SYN_Bliss wrote:
I think Tvrdi meant the CH Fighterstick (more hats, buttons etc.) than the CH combat stick.


I meant combatstick because its a bit cheaper and have a button rather than hat on handle itself. Which I like more. But basically they are the same.
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#8 Post Mon 08 Nov 2010, 00:17

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My buddy has got G940. Actually it's his 3rd set in less than a year as he took 2 sets from warranty service after 1st one broke down.
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