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Star Citizen Custom Plates for Thrustmaster Warthog HOTAS Throttle

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Seller:adept22✉️(730)100%, Location:Cloverdale, WA, Ships to: Worldwide, Item:164761491882Star Citizen Custom Plates for Thrustmaster Warthog HOTAS Throttle. Easily upgrade a Thrustmaster Warthog HOTAS throttle completely replacing the default plate with original text with Star Citizen Controls. The Thrustmaster Warthog joystick has an easy to remove plate on the throttle and replace it with the supplied plate. This is able to be customised for the same price so long as it is not to drastic, simply contact me to let me know what you are after. The Product is made from 1.6mm engraving ABS that has a Matte Black top finish. The plates allow light transmission from the LED's, text has been placed as much as possible to maximise this, but unfortunately some spots there are no LED's where text has been placed. The text without lighting for both plates have a nice sharp contrast for easy reading. **This price listed is for CUSTOM PLATES ONLY, YOU DO NOT GET A HOTAS!! I CANNOT Stress this enough**Condition:Brand New, Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted, Type:Faceplate, Brand:Saitek

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Just some thoughts on the above, as they occur to me. I like a lot of what has been mentioned, but a few personal preferences, in the hope it may help:

Not a fan of momentary throttles, myself.
Most of what I've flown for real (which isn't that much) did not have momentary controls, primarily as that hand could often be needed elsewhere, if only for a moment.

Making the controls adjustable for hand dimensions is a nice idea, but learn from the attrocious job done on Saitek products and make sure they are of damn solid build quality. Something that feels great for the first week and then deteriorates to a rattley piece of junk thereafter is more of a hindrance than anything else... yes, my darling FLY-5, I'm looking at *you*!!
Also be sure that the design suits/adapts to handholds from both low down at knee level and high up on a desktop.

Pritty pritty lights are always welcome, particularly if they change when you switch modes, throw a switch or similar. Even better if you can choose the colour!
Be sure they are not too bright (FLY-5, I am again looking at you and your useless twin blue LEDs). Remember also to give them an OFF switch.

Adjustable resistance is always good, though scaling back to a level where it's almost imperceptible will be fantastic.

Twist Axis with Rotation Lock?
You mean you can disable the Yaw twist? Sounds like another useful option.

Which hand should house the UI controls?
Right hand, IMO.
I have the FLY-5, as you may have guessed, which uses a single 'nipple' rather than a fully-fledged hat. However, in flight this governs the strafing, switching modes puts it onto my freelook and in menus it governs the LRU&D movement. I find it especially useful in flight as pitching up while strafing down and similar movements work very and naturally. I'd prefer a 4-way hat as the main, with an 8-way to one side for the freelook.
As is, this one hat serves all my needs far better than multiple hats between stick and throttle - In fact, using the latter on a friend's X55 was such a chore as there were four hats needed for the same functions that my one nipple covers exceptionally well and it took a considerable effort to remember which one was assigned where!

Buttons on the throttle base - I rather like these, actually. Buttons, switches, toggles, all useful for the lesser-used functions like landing gear, ship lights and cargo scoop. I find them quite immersive, myself and they give you the excuse to put more pritty pritty lights on everything!! :D

Weighted - I like this, as I play on a megamat (big slippy mousemat thing that covers my whole desk) with nowhere to screw/suction things down.
Failing that, some kind of under-desk clamp like a monitor arm could be good. I could draw a picture, if it helps...

Thumb buttons on the stick would be good. One is fine, but two or three could be wicked. Same for the index buttons on the right side - Most HOTASes seem to feature one, but have room for two or three.

More buttons on the throttle, too!
Having at least one hat is probably a good idea (Power Management, I expect), but I find my left thumb likes buttons much better.

LCD Screen/Info Panel - Kinda sad perhaps, but it goes with the pritty pritty lights and opens the options for third party apps, etc. It also helps move the stick away from looking like it was specifically designed for XYZ flight sim and more like it belongs in a spaceship.

Force-sensing - Sorry, but no thanks. I like buttons on my phone keyboard rather than touchscreen and I like moving sticks rather than sensitive ones.

MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL: Options, options, options.
Some very good features available here, but wherever possible they should be removable/disablable/switch-offable. That will fit a far wider market than something built any one way over another.


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We’re not certain where [NoPleaseDont] got an F-15 Throttle Grip, but it would certainly be a waste not to make something cool out of one. The F-15 is a twin engine air superiority fighter, and in it’s niche, it is one of the most successful ever made. We imagine this makes it a popular choice in air simulators.

Equipped with his successful scrounge [NoPleaseDont] decided to build a full HOTAS, Hands On Throttle and Stick, joystick. He started by taking apart the throttle grip.  As each layer was pulled a part, we were pleased to see the reassuring infestation of quality control stamps you’d expect to find on the input of a 26million dollar machine. The pinouts were presumably taken and the handle was reassembled. After that, a lot of custom sheet metal parts, 3D prints, and clever bracketry came together to form the frame of the joystick.

Finally came the electronics. Many of the photos were too blurry to decode, but at minimum a Teensy and custom LED control board is involved. The frame got a few additional buttons and control panels added.

The resulting joystick has a great history, and more buttons than we can guess the purpose of.


KANTTORIN KONE Throttle Consoles

Dutchman Huub's Home Cockpit

Huub's updated home cockpit:  VKB MCG Pro joystick, MFG Crosswind pedals, Kanttori’s Throttle Console, Gametrix JetSeat, Valve Index, Logitech G13 console and 34 inch Dell monitor.

Huub alias "Hsthhsth" from Netherlands wrote in the IL-2 Sturmovik forum: I received this console a couple of weeks ago and I must say, it's awesome. It took some time to get the muscle memory (VR!) but now I would not want to use another console anymore. Compared to the Warthog console this is a whole new experience. Trimming the various axis and controlling the various coolers & shutters feels so much more "real"."

The quality is excellent and the help from Ismo in setting it up is very good. The key mapping in IL-2 is now only for the axis and rotary switches, all other buttons and switches are defined in the console. In one subject I changed the setup from Ismo's advice as I use Joystick Gremlin instead of SV Mapper to define the buttons and switches. SV Mapper does not recognize all key combinations and Joystick Gremlin does. So that made it a lot easier. A big "Thank You" from me to Ismo for this console.

LLv32_Paganini's Home Cockpit

LLv32_Paganini's home cockpit: 48 inch monitor, Kanttorin Kone Throttle Console.

LLv32_Paganini wrote in the IL-2 Sturmovik forum: "I recently bought this excellent piece of vintage engineering. The console is a great immersion enhancer in IL-2 with it's numerous and properly "old fashioned" clicking switches and dials. Perhaps the best single detail for a Bf-109 driver is the big stabilizer wheel on the side (it's working now with all aircrafts' trim wheel). The wheel rotates three times 360 degrees and is thus super exact. It makes flying the 109 a real joy as trimming is an order of magnitude more precise than trimming with joystick buttons or keyboard.

In VR I use a Trackball mouse strapped to my left thigh with a Velcro strap (left in front of screen), so I don't need to reach for the keyboard while clicking around in the game interface. I don't have the space for a separate cockpit so I have to fit all the stuff in my normal work environment. Thus my stick is permanently mounted on the side and the Console itself sits on a movable side table so it can be pushed out of the way when not playing. The Console also serves as a steampunk-spirited work of art, even my wife admired it!"

LLv32_Modos's Home Cockpit

LLv32_Modo's home cockpit: 52 inch NEC Multisync monitor, Kanttorin Kone Throttle Console e (updated 2019), Slaw Device 109 pedals and Baur KG13 Grip (Luftwaffe) stick.

LLv32_Modo wrote in the IL-2 Sturmovik forum: Here is my cockpit with this new console. I absolutely love it! I also had the first (and bigger) two-engine version of this and I was very satisfied with it, too. But I must say that this smaller one-engine version is better and much more practical. And, besides, this has an engine selector which makes it easy to use with two-engine planes as well.

With a little exercise you can use it without having to look at it at all (so I’m looking forward and confidentially to the next generation VR glasses). Very well made, stabile, precise and enjoyable! This console is handmade in Finland, and I don’t know how long the delivery time is. But I know it's worth waiting for!

LLv44_WonJape's Home Cockpit

LLv44 Jape's home cockpit: 27 inch monitor, Kanttorin Kone Throttle Console (2018), Saitek pedals and Saitek Proflight yoke.

LLv44_WonJape flies mainly civilian simulators, ie passenger planes "from one continent to another". He flies on a virtual airline called BIGGLES AIRLINES with his friends. LLv44_WonJape is also involved in Squadron 44's Junkers Ju88 bomber pilot in the IL-2 Sturmovik Great Battles game. Here is his user experience of the console:

"I ordered this great gas console from Kanttor when he had already made them, accompanied by a few customer compliments. The installation instructions were so good that after a little head scratching, I got the console to work. Afterwards, I made small visual changes that the observant eye could notice. For the benefit of the console, it should be mentioned that the console is made mainly of metal parts. I enjoy civil aviation flight simulators and this console works great on it as well, and especially on propeller planes with the same type of operating equipment as wartime piston engine bombers. I have been satisfied."

LLv44_Pena's Home Cockpit

LLv44_Pena's home cockpit: Oculus Rift VR-glases, Kanttorin Kone Throttle Console, Thrustmaster pedals and Warthog stick.

LLv44_Pena wrote in the IL-2 Sturmovik forum: "I recommend this throttle console. I have used actively this Black second edition already six months and it has been wonderful. I am a VR flier with Oculus Rift and everything in the console can be used without looking it. Also the Service has been best possible. I have used the console with IL2 and WT.

I include here a photo of my setup. It is not beautiful but I have targeted to maximum functionality without additional burden. I have a Warthog Joystick, tuned by myself, Thrustmaster pedals, Kanttoris throttle console, Gametrix Jetseat motorized seat, Oculus Rift Tough and a 46 inch Samsung display, which I normally cannot see. Computing power is i7 7700 and GeForce GTX 1080Ti. SS is fixt as 2 in SteamVR."

LLv44_Antsu's Home Cockpit

LLv44_Antsu's home cockpit: LG 42 inch 4K-monitor, Kanttorin Kone Throttle Console, some pedals and VKB Gladiator Pro stick.

LLv44_Antsu wrote in the IL-2 Sturmovik forum: "Yeah, I got this console about six months ago and I´m very pleased. The vintage outlook gives you a certain feeling while flying. Also it´s very handy and compact by it´s size. The buttons and swithes are very easy to learn to use without looking which is good forinstance for those using VR- glasses. The amount of buttons and switches is sufficient and therefore your keyboard is practically unnecessary while playing your game. As far as I know this console can also be used, not only with IL-2 Sturmovik Great Battles, with DCS and, I recommend this product for everyone in the virtual sky!"

LLv34_Flanker's Home Cockpit

LLv34_Flanker's home cockpit: Kanttorin Kone Throttle Console, Baur 109 pedals (becoming) and Baur's KG13 Grip (Luftwaffe) stick.

LLv34_Flanker wrote in the IL-2 Sturmovik forum: "I have been using the Kanttori´s Throttle for a while now. It works as intended and any problem I had with it was solved VERY quickly by Kanttori. For IL-2 it is a very good throttle. Set it up by instructions on the site and you are good to go. Mapping was easy and learning Joystick Gremlin ain´t too hard. In DCS it works without using Joystick Gremlin, but for modern jets I would need a bit different throttle. Not that this one would not work, but there are some things one could use like POV hats etc. But I fly mainly WW2 planes, so no real issue. Quality is solid and if you want to replace any of the switches they are easy to find from any electronics hobby store.

Can recommend this throttle. Solid build and has the vintage look without being impractical in the layout. And service has been top notch!"

Mirrored console to left-handed users

Kanttorin Kone Throttle Console - customized mirrored model to left-handed users.

In the picture above is a custom "mirrored" Bomber Console to my left-handed customer from the USA. He is going to use it on his table so there is a small bakellite 50mm (diameter) trim wheel instead of the big 120mm elevator trim/stabilizer wheel. All these customizations are possible to order with my current left or right-handed console models.

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