To select the functions that you want your GF-166 to perform, you choose selections from function lists presented in the Configuration View, the right-hand panel in the GF-Config program window. The Configuration View presents a tab control for each flight simulator program that is detected on your computer. When selecting functions for the GF-166, make… read more
If configuring the GF-DIO Board through key strokes is preferred, this too can be done through GF-Config. Start by flipping the desired switch to be programmed. Then select Key Sequence in the Input Function 1 Box in the GF-Config program. Now use the keyboard to set the keystrokes for the switch. The screenshot below shows… read more
The “GFRP-2” System is calibrated through the Windows game controller settings. To calibrate your yoke, first plug it in to an available USB port using the included cable. Once the “GFRP-2” is connected, navigate to the control panel and open “Find Devices and Printers”. In Windows 8, typing “Devices” in the search menu on the… read more
First you need to calibrate your TQ6, so open your Control Panel and then Game Controllers. The TQ6 should be in the games controllers’ list. Choose your TQ6, and then click on properties. You should now see a picture of the TQ6 in the calibration window, like the example below. Now click on calibrate and… read more
Each axis on the GF-RP2 system can be configured for any function using the controls setting within FSX or FS9. To access this menu, go to Settings>Controls. Select “Control Axis” to change the individual function of each axis. Select “Calibration” to configure controller settings such as sensitivity or null zones. For each of these screens,… read more
With the rudder base facing toward you, plug the pedals into the base (RED wire facing to the right.) Then place the pedal on the rudder base and use the (8) – 6/32 screws, to attach the pedals to the base.
After unpacking, please verify that your GF-TQ6 package contains the following items: Quantity Description 1 GF-TQ6 Throttle System Module enclosure and control assembly. 1 2-meter USB Cable. 4 Nylon 6-32 x 3/8” mounting thumbscrews. 4 Adhesive-backed rubber feet. 2 Detent plates for jet spoilers and flaps. The GF-TQ6 ships from the factory in a (4)… read more
Our Hardware is compatible with a wide range of popular flight simulation titles, including Microsoft’s Flight Simulator X, Flight Simulator X Steam Edition, Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3d, and X-Plane. For specific compatibility information with other titles, please contact the software developer.
Plug your headset into the “MIC” and “HEADSET” jacks on the front panel. (Your speakers may be plugged into the rear of the card or into the front panel.) There are two controls on the front panel of your GF-ATC: VOL knob is to set the volume you desire of the overall sound to your… read more
To use the MCP Pro with the built-in aircraft included in Microsoft® Flight Simulator 2004 and FSX, run GF-Config and select the MCP Pro device, then choose the FS DEFAULT mode selection in the MCP Pro Configuration View. This allows you to use your MCP Pro for more realistic operation of the Boeing aircraft included… read more