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  1. Green Spring kit Hi, I ordered the Green spring with the O-ring, and hoodies kit. Sahaj contacted me quickly regarding the current shipping situation and I paid for the extra UPS shipping. The item arrived in 3 days, from Poland to Wisconsin, super fast. It was well packed and after installing it my Warthog is much nicer to fly. I'm not fighting the overly heavy resistance of the stock spring making flight much smoother and comfortable. Excellent product, wish I would of found it sooner, highly recommended.
  2. Just ordered the Warthog throttle slew upgrade kit and can't wait to receive it. I was wondering if someone could provide a slew axis tune profile pls. Many thanks! I grew up on the F22 Pro, mentored by "Cowboy" Bill Wilson, (God rest his soul), followed Dr. James Hallows and bought his chip mods.
  3. Slew axis tune profile please Just ordered the Warthog throttle slew upgrade kit and can't wait to receive it. I was wondering if someone could provide a slew axis tune profile pls. Many thanks! I grew up on the F22 Pro, mentored by Cowboy Bill Wilson, (God rest his soul), followed Dr. James Hallows and bought his chip mods.
  4. Hi, So I just went back to the Thrustmaster Warthog base for the Warthog stick and had no problems. Hmmmm. Regards
  5. Hi, I think my original post was to vague. Sorry. So I'll try a new more accurate title. Thank you LeCuvier For your time and response on my original thread. I previously had a Thrustmaster Warthog throttle, stick, and Saitek rudder pedals. I had no problem programming buttons, switches, etc. No pop ups. I found the resistance of the Thrustmaster stick base to be way to strong. So after doing some research I placed the Thrustmaster Warthog stick on my Virpil WarBRD base and love it. I first tried it out on IL-2 and had no problems assigning key commands. I've just tried it in IL-2 Cliffs of Dover and had major issues there. So IL-2 Sturmovik is the only one of the 3 I fly which has no issues. Then I went to DCS and started assigning commands. This is when I started getting the pop ups, and when I would select "yes" to save changes it would not save the changes I made. I've attached screen shots of the pop up in 2 separate occasions. I have tried deleting input files, and also tried it in version 1.5 with the same results. Since the stick had worked fine on the Warthog base I'm assuming it's an issue with the Virpil base. I hope this is more specific for all who have viewed, and appreciate any help. Regards, Recondo
  6. Thank you LeCuvier For your time and response. I think my original post was to vague. Sorry. I wish I could change the title of the thread. I previously had a Thrustmaster Warthog throttle, stick, and Saitek rudder pedals. I had no problem programming buttons, switches, etc. No pop ups. I found the resistance of the Thrustmaster stick base to be way to strong. So after doing some research I placed the Thrustmaster Warthog stick on my Virpil WarBRD base and love it. I first tried it out on IL-2 and had no problems assigning key commands. Then I went to DCS and started assigning commands. This is when I started getting the pop ups, and when I would select "yes" to save changes it would not save the changes I made. I've attached screen shots of the pop up in 2 separate occasions. I have tried deleting input files, and also tried it in version 1.5 with the same results. I hope this is more specific for all who have viewed, and appreciate any help. Regards, Recondo
  7. Hi, when I make changes to my HOTAS button/switches assignment for SU-27 I get a pop-up that says, "warning changes have been made" and asks if I want to save changes yes/no. When I select yes, or just close the pop-up, it deletes the changes I have made to the button/switches profile. I have a Thrustmaster Warthog throttle, a Warthog stick on a Virpil VPC WarBRD Base, and Saitek rudder pedals. I had never had this problem before. Thanks for your help. Regards.
  8. My Covers Hi, I use inexpensive appliance covers from Amazon. A can opener cover for the Stick : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00A8VMU5O/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 A Toaster cover for the throttle: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00A8VMHF2/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 And a toaster oven cover for my rudder pedals: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00A8VMJHI/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Hope this helps. Cheers!
  9. Thank you all. I'll work on it.
  10. Thank you. I guess I should have provided more info on my current rig. I have the Thrustmaster Warthog HOTAS, and a Logitech Trackman (track ball) Marble Mouse. When Doing the P-51 cockpit tutorial I couldn't move the knobs when instructed, i.e. pull and turn knob to adjust clock. Thanks again.
  11. Greetings, I was wondering if you all could recommend a good mouse with USB interface for use with this flight Sim? Thanks!
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