WinWing MFSSB

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WinWing MFSSB

Post by STAC » Mon Sep 26, 2022 11:06 pm

Well there is no doubt Winwing has been on a roll with product releases and announcements, so what’s your thoughts on what they have released for the Viper?

They seem to have an interesting MFSSB platform.
I have been using Real Simulator FSSB for years, and I cannot imagine ever flying again with out it. With that said, the Winwing version seems to have slightly more movement than the real simulator product. Has anyone noticed this as well?

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Re: WinWing MFSSB

Post by STAC » Mon Oct 03, 2022 2:06 pm

So I guess what I'm looking for clarity on (Should of posted this on my last post lol) is
what platform is most realistic? Winwing seems to have a bit of movement, and RS FSSB
seems very stiff in comparison.

Which one replicates the Viper best?

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Re: WinWing MFSSB

Post by Ghastly » Mon Oct 03, 2022 10:29 pm

https://youtube.com/shorts/YCLCzoZb3H0?feature=share

At the end of this vid she demonstrates how little it deflects. I feel like the smaller range of deflection on the r3 fssb is closer to this than the winwing. Also doubt that the winwing model will have the same level of customizability that the r3 offers.

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