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  1. A1) I would possibly buy a fully assembled and functional unit and am willing to pay up to 4000 €/US$ for it. The amount I would pay is based on my costs for a seat and motion platform with the added g-effects with the seatbelt system. If you can limit the cost of shipping to something reasonable then the US market should be open to this. Good luck on the kickstarter.
  2. Looking forward to seeing this in action.
  3. You would need to craft your own mounts for the pedals as the Obutto pedal mounts are designed to be attached to the front of the cockpit cage. I don't think there is enough room for the tight fit of the MGF Crosswinds to pitch up the max 10 degrees without hitting the sides of the cage. If you are ok with removing the front cockpit cage then you can see how ACG-kmac31 added his pedals. For me the length of movement is fine, but I ended up lowering the default intensity (rate) of the effects to ~90% as the shifting of momentum was actually causing me to fatigue after about an hour.
  4. Well worth it for VR. Also works great in DCS, MSFS2020, X-Plane, AeroFly FS2 and even War Thunder.
  5. Here is a small video of it in action using the DX input mode for Star Wars Squadrons. Flying in flightsims is a lot smoother but this is a good example of the amount of movement, noise and smoothness of the NLRV3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HCC6Uyv6os&feature=youtu.be
  6. File is getting blocked from downloading by windows as Trojan virus??
  7. Agree. I used the velour VRCovers gasket I purchased for my CV1 and it works well similar to the G2 material for comfort and dryness. Agree on the extra effort to dial in the sweetspot. Also being closer to the lenses, I am able to discern the screen door just little now.
  8. I can confirm that the Non-Steam version of IL-2GB does indeed work with the latest version of NLR V3 software. Took some DIY to get it to fit my Obutto setup, but it is so immersive in VR.
  9. Considering purchase of the NLR V3 platform to add to my Ubutto Revolution cockpit. Under the supported games, L2 Sturmovik: Great Battles Series (from Steam) is listed. Can anyone confirm that the non-steam version also works? I would think that there is no difference between the two for NLR software support, but unsure.
  10. This thread may be helpful. https://forum.il2sturmovik.com/topic/56761-upgraded-my-rig-for-rift-s-now-i-have-more-questions/ Make sure your system is using max power settings in Win10. Try Bitsum Process Lasso.
  11. Dear von_Greiff, I felt dismayed by the news, but no longer, as I am inspired by your fortitude. May you and your family be comforted by the good well and tidings from your many friends in the community. I wish more strength and power to you.
  12. Last time I checked you need to use the Mission Editor to open file under 1C Game Studios\IL-2 Sturmovik Great Battles\data\Missions\ _gen.Mission and under mission properties change the name and mission type to single. Save it and it will show up under your missions list.
  13. More details on the motion rig and setup please!
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