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    Kingair 350

    Okay here it is. Today I am starting on my King Air 350 cockpit. So I guess I start with the credit card lol so anyway I will post pics as I go. Thanks in advance for the answers to my ?

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    LMAO. Credit Card is a great place to start
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    Ebay works too!

    So, what'cha buying?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomlin View Post
    Ebay works too!

    So, what'cha buying?

    airspeed
    altimeter
    attittude indicator
    horizontal situation ind.
    vertical speed
    3 lcd
    track ir (not sure though)
    triple head

    havent decided on avionics yet maybe do a lcd for now I think this will keep me busy for a spell

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    Flight Illusion accepts credit cards! Plus they have a page just for you:

    http://www.flightillusion.com/gallery1.htm

    Full of KA350 goodies.

    My appoligies for maxing out your CC.

    Almost forgot. Look for Ron Duckworth tutorials here for building the cockpit shell: http://www.flightdecksolutions.com/view_tutorials.php

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    Twin50,

    I would hold off on that TrackIR. Why would you need that if you are buying a TripleHead2Go? Also, some people have just started experimenting with a new way to get wide visuals with a single projector, so you may want to look for a recent post on here titled 'Anyone try this?'. That is, if you are looking to use a projector.

    Dont get me wrong, the TrackIR is awesome, and I will keep mine for desktop simming but if you are really pushing to get a full pit going, that's money better spent on an interfacing solution.

    Of coure, youre the one paying the bill, so have at it friend! Best of luck. What model are you using for the King Air?
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    If you go HERE you will find all of Ron Duckworth's build details encapsulated in one PDF for ease of printing. (all with Ron's permission of course).

    Good luck, she's a great aircraft. And I assume you'll be using the Aeroworx model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennair View Post
    If you go HERE you will find all of Ron Duckworth's build details encapsulated in one PDF for ease of printing. (all with Ron's permission of course).

    Good luck, she's a great aircraft. And I assume you'll be using the Aeroworx model?

    Ken
    A great place for help and inspiration. Thanks a lot. I have seen most of those superb drawings before and use them as a guideline. But the fantastic drawings of the Throttle Quadrant are new to me. They really made my day and brought back a lot of inspiration. I started on a new project some 4 months ago, a King Air 200 based on Aeroworx Super King Air 200. A great plane for cockpitbuilding.

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