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Logitech Pro Flight Throttle Quadrant

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"A fair quality quadrant for twin simulation"
4 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

I bought the Pro Flight Throttle Quadrant to simulate twin engine planes in Flight Simulator X, since I already have the Yoke & Quadrant set. It works well even without any of the included software, and the switches are good for flaps/cowl/spo­ilers/gear et­c.

When I received my quadrant two of the rubber feet had fallen off, but I was able to easily glue these back on. The left axis doesn't extend all the way to the top, it leaves about a 3mm gap – this isn't too much of a problem though and I don't feel it's worth sending back.

Overall, I'd recommend this quadrant if you're looking to simulate multi-engine planes. If you use third party software (eg. FSUIPC) you can extend the functionality of this further to make use of the detents to allow reverse thrust & propeller feathering too. Although a little pricey, it's probably the best on the market right now -limited though the market is.

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"Bought this at the gift."
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

He seemed to enjoy it.

5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

I use this with my Il2 flight sim and also on Arma 2 and it adds a new element to the game that i enjoy.. It looks kinda fragile in the picture but is much more solidly built than it appears. it can be mounted to your computer desk in more than 1 way and comes with spare attachments. Im very pleased with this product


If you like to fly multi-engine aircraft, most flight sim controllers leave you a couple throttles short. The Pro Flight Throttle Quadrant is your solution. A trio of momentary, 2-way toggle switches on the Quadrant’s base help create a total of 9 programmable commands. A perfect complement to the Throttle Quadrant included in the Pro Flight Yoke, you can easily add modular controls to your simulator cockpit. Fly with Saitek, the market leader in high-performance flight simulation hardware.

The Multi-Engine Aircraft’s Ally
Ideal for Side-by-Side Configuration: Interchangeable lever heads help you create a custom configuration of throttle, flaps, mixture, and prop pitch. Remove the lever tops and then group the controls just how you want them.

Rugged Mounting Hardware: Pro Flight Throttle Quadrant is equipped with an adaptable mounting clamp which provides the freedom to configure your kit in any manner you see fit. Whether on top of your desk or clamped to the front, you can securely place the controls exactly where you want them.

Flight Simulation Software Compatibility

  • FSX – Flight Simulator X (PC only)
  • X-Plane 10 (PC and Mac)
  • Prepar3D 2.2 (PC only)
  • Most Other Flight Simulation Software
  • System Requirements: Windows 7 or higher and USB 2.0 Port
Release date Australia
December 21st, 2007
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