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    Help with CRJ dimensions

    Hello All

    Hopeing that some one out there can help me with some dimensions from a CRJ 700 or 900 heck even the 200 would be ok lol. Thanks to anyone who can help.

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    I hate Blackwidows- just killed a bunch under the carport a few days ago. However, what a great call sign!

    Anyhow, I realise you probably know this, but I wanted to steer you to these links for reference: http://www.smartcockpit.com/pdf/plan.../systems/0001/ and http://www.smartcockpit.com/pdf/plan.../systems/0012/

    Best of luck on your dims
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    Actually I did not know about that. Its funny I have been on that website before and didnt think to go back and check it out. lol guess i will have to put it into my favs. I think i have been able to get a few of the dimensions just by going into PhotoShop and using the galss cockpit screen as a ruler since i know that is 6x7 im pretty sure but correct me if this may be wrong that the MIP is roughly 48 inches wide. not counting the skirtleading to the mip to the side. and i think the center pedestal is about 18 inches wide. based on that info I can proceed with some of the shell construction.

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    Cool...

    i am looking into building a crj 700 also... so it is pretty useful for me too

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    Spatate have you been able to find any dimensions for the 700 I have looked everywhere but no luck.

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    One of my friend is working at Bombardier... he is looking into this for me.. i'll keep you posted!

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    Thanks that would be fantastic

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    njoy thanks alot I have searched far and wide and never came across those sites THANKS this will help out alot.

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    All right...

    I asked AVSOFT (www.avsoft.net) to help me out with some dimensions.

    I bought the T-BONE poster which helps a lot with button, switches and display positions...

    altough they do not garantee the precision of the measurements on the poster, the scale on the CRJ-700 T-Bone is about 39% +/-1%.

    The actual size of the vector file of our flight Instruments is 87.25" x 20.5",

    centre pedestal is 18.0" x 39.5"

    and overhead is 34.0" x 20.369".

    Thanks to Eric Pena at AVSOFT for the measurements!

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