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Hi All,

Long story short: I know a guy who has build an A4 Skyhawk Sim setup with SUB gauges (Simkits), and I'm looking for a program that will let him actually engage targets from the 'comfort' of his actual A4.  I feel a little bad for him only having Microsoft Flight X and nothing but TacPac.   Not that there is anything wrong with TP, but I have been his only tech support for a while and can't get it happy with his rig.

 

So anyway, Simkits; Yea or Nay?

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To the best of my knowledge, DCS does not inherently recognize any USB gauges. What DCS does do is allow exporting of its parameters so that they can be accessed by other devices including software supporting gauges. To get precise and accurate information on how to integrate external systems with DCS, you need to see the appropriate forum on Eagle Dynamics' home page. There are some serious experts with home cockpit building that can answer just about any question you may have.

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