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Professional Flight Simulator Cabinet w/ Heavy-Duty Controls - $495 (Ballwin)

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Manchester Rd. near South Mason Rd.

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condition: excellent
This is a control linkage set and cabinet from a professional flight simulator. Weighing in at 80lbs, this equipment provides the home cockpit builder a perfect base from which to start. The cabinet is made from steel and has ample room for additional parts and accessories.

- Controls are hydraulically dampened and provide for heavy forces and near zero slop in pitch and roll. The control feel and centering, in particular, is not comparable to any other yoke I've used to include the Yoko or PFC Cirrus series.
- The front linear bearing design allows for less-than-perfect alignment to not affect function. This makes for easy installation into a custom-cut main instrument panel.
- A mechanism allows for you to “trim off” forces in pitch, just like a real aircraft and totally different from the unrealistic way other systems require to to release the yoke to center in proportion to how much you trim. The mechanism is driven by a belt (included) and can be connected to a hand wheel, a motor for electric trim, or both.
- The control wheel shaft is hollow and allows for cabling to be run to the yoke for buttons and switches.

An ideal use would be in conjunction with a CNC or waterjet-cut main instrument panel. I'm happy to provide assistance with design and setup questions as needed, including ideal control shaft hole location and dimensions.

Feel free to ask any questions or check it out in person.

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