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    FRASCA simulator ?????????????

    is anyone versed in this format? would gauges and instruments be adaptable to use with the proper I/O hardware and MSFS 2004? my understanding is this is a "commercial" simulator that is commonly used by flight schools. the one i have seen would appear to fit my GA cockpit build intrest nicely and only require a seat and rudder peddles to complete. (after proper conversion for use with MSFS 2004)

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    John,

    In general I would think so. You may have some electronics to build, but there are enough high quality interface products available from companies like Beta Innovations that 90% of the conversion work is done.

    Admittedly, this opinion springs from a naive certainty that comes from a total lack of facts regarding your particular Frasca FTD. Do you have any documentation for it?

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