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Old 01-27-2007, 08:45 PM   #1
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has the sanwa m11 got adjustable throttle curves like the 3pk?
the 3pk system is easy to read on screen.im just wondering if the sanwa is as easy to set up.ive owned the helios and although it had lots of functions i didnt really find out how to get the best out of it.and the ko plastic case did feel rather cheap compared with the 3pk.hence selling it on.
the reason im asking is a sanwa m11 has come available to me at a nice price.

please add your opinions on the sanwa as i havent seen it in the flesh sort off speak.
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Yes the M11 is very capable of setting throttle curves and everything else you could possibly do. Only downside to it is that it is a little on the heavy side when compared to the 3PK or Helios. But still it is very easy to setup and use.

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