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VKB T-Rudder MkIV


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Kameraden,

Been having issues with the helicopters in DCS. My Thrustmaster T.Flight Rudder Pedals were sticking in the centre position and it was causing me all sorts of grief during landings. One of my restrictions, is my GT Track frame has limited width (which is why I'm not using my MFG Crosswinds). Looked at the Virpil pedals, but they were out of stock. So I settled on the VKB T-Rudder MkIV, all metal and very precise. I do however consider them entry level, no toe brakes and light. But fairly inexpensive.

First flight was very good and I've solved my problem, will be concentrating on various choppers over the next while.

S!

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@Lipfert,

I've had these for over a year, same width issue in my motion rig.

I consider them the best pedals I have ever owned. I may have owned shit pedals, but for the price point and construction, I would put them up against the more expensive pedals. But that is just my opinion.

Toe brakes via their software, works like a champ, once you use them and tweak them in DCS just a little, it's like wearing an old glove.

o7

 

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2 minutes ago, Snaggle said:

@Lipfert,

I've had these for over a year, same width issue in my motion rig.

I consider them the best pedals I have ever owned. I may have owned shit pedals, but for the price point and construction, I would put them up against the more expensive pedals. But that is just my opinion.

Toe brakes via their software, works like a champ, once you use them and tweak them in DCS just a little, it's like wearing an old glove.

o7

 

Toe brake software? Please explain.

S!

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