The Cabri G2 is a small 2-seat helicopter normally associated with the training of pilots, and made especially famous by our friend Mischa Gelb (Pilot Yellow).
It was one of my suggestions to Microsoft when we talked about which helicopters to release as default (the other one was the 407) and I was very happy to see both were included.
A few months (even before we knew about the G2 being part of MSFS) I had asked Max Flight Stick about it. I wasn’t the only one asking but after the release of the 40th anniversary edition of Microsoft Flight Simulator, the interest in this little helicopter peaked and Max Flight Stick decided it was time to bring it to their line of products.
And so they did. The company released their G2-2023 Max control set, which replicates the ones you find in the Cabri G2 earlier today.
As usual, I feel the need to let you know that the pedals of the control set do not replicate the ones you find in the helicopter. Max Flight Stick uses the standard “inverted L” style of helicopter pedals so, keep that in mind.
Official Max Flight Stick G2-2023 Max features
- All round adjustable
- Hall Effect Sensors for all axis
- 5 x configurable axis (X/Y Cyclic axis, Throttle axis, Collective axis, Rudder Axis)
- 1 x switch, 1 x push button at Twist Throttle
- 2 x Push Buttons, 1 x HAT Switch on cyclic
- Realistic Cyclic/ Rudder/ Collective travel distance
- Rudder equipped with solid metal rudder pedals, high quality ball joints, ball bearings and our in house pistons x2
- Precise Movements
- Easy Setup
- Mounting Options
- Compatible with Windows XP to Win11, Mac OS, DCS, all versions of MSFS, all versions of X-Plane, P3D, FlightGear, WarThunder, and all flying PC game / Flight simulator!
- Plug and Play with 1 USB connection
You can find the Max Flight Stick G2-2023 Max control set at the company’s website.