Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 – review for pilots
The Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant is the hottest new flight simulator product on the market, with realistic controls and a huge variety of options. In this hands-on video, Sporty’s flight sim expert Chris McGonegle (also a Commercial pilot) reviews the Bravo and shows how to change from general aviation to airline levers in just seconds.
The Bravo Throttle Quadrant is an all-in-one cockpit system featuring a fully configurable throttle setup. Six general aviation and six commercial levers are included and can be arranged from single-engine general aviation all the way up to four-engine commercial aircraft. The commercial levers include flaps, spoilers, and functional thrust reversers while the general aviation levers include power, prop, and mixture and can engage thrust revers for turboprops as well. The throttle also features multiple cockpit components including an autopilot panel with backlit buttons, annunciator panel with 14 warning lights, Gear Lever with landing gear indicator lights, general aviation flap lever, and a trim wheel. The throttle also comes with our dual mounting system which includes two heavy-duty steel clamps and a large 3M Micro-Suction pad that can be used as a clamp-free solution. The Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant was designed to ensure the most versatile flight simulation experience possible.
– Six Commercial Levers with flaps, spoilers, and functional thrust reversers
– Six General Aviation Levers with Functional TOGA Button for multiple aircraft configurations
– Annunciator Panel with 7 two-way programmable switches and 14 Warning Lights
– General Aviation Flap Lever
– Autopilot with Backlit Buttons
– Adjustable Lever Tension
– Gear Lever with Red/Green LED Landing Gear Indicator Lights
– Trim Wheel