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  1. Really? My bad, that's what the website said... Lol oh well, at least they aren't all dead.
  2. Yeah, some had that, most didn't. I did find out that the b-17 is the last flight worthy 17. Which is just crazy. That and the b-29 saw something like 39 combat missions. Yeah, went and saw the 52 freaking huge. Got a bunch of pictures of modern Jets as well, but since they aren't ww2 I didn't end up sharing them. I don't know if that picture really does the size justice, there are a couple of adults standing in front of it.
  3. Took a bunch of pics of the WW2 planes on display, I thought I'd share with everybody. Museum of Flight WW2 Hope you all enjoy this as I did.
  4. So, got a question for the community. I want to get into playing with full realism and I'm wondering how many bindable axis people use for engine controls in realistic mode? I've currently got a warthog hotas, along with pedals I currently have the three axis on the throttle bound to throttle, rpm and fuel mix. I've some extra buttons on the throttle that I could bind a few more engine controls to. But I've been eyeballing the Logitech throttle quadrant, as well as the ch products version of the same style. I guess you could say my question is this: how many throttle quadrants do I need? Should I get one or two Logitech quadrants or a single ch products quadrant. Do I need only 3 more axis or should I go for six? Anybody have any other suggestions? Between Logitech and ch, which it's the better quality. Any othersuggestions under 300$ would be appreciated. Thanks all!
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