Designed to provide an extension to default (factory) flight stick grips Thrustmaster Warthog, VirPil and WinWing.
Extending grip allows for more precise stick movement control.
The extension comes in handy when the stick is converted to a helicopter sim cyclic.
This is a premium product made of high-quality machined, anodized aluminum as well as factory-molded extension cables.
SimFab’s flight stick grip extension kit is an affordable option with combined various lengths of as short as 75mm, and up to 195mm, giving the user multiple length options. Three extension tube lengths are included that provide the full range of desired lengths at the cost of one kit.
Kit includes three extension tubes, female and male adapters, a 5-pin MiniDin cable for Thrustmaster Warthog and VirPil sticks and a 6-pin MiniDin cable for WinWing sticks. Each extension tube allows for precise length adjustment of up to 40mm. This kit is NOT 3D printed or plastic molded. The entire kit is made of anodized aluminum tubes and machined adapters for maximum strength as well as being lightweight.
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