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    My 737 Home Sim Project

    Hello @ all,

    I wanted to show you my 737 Home Sim project. I've got some older pictures and some new at the bottom. But I've to add a new MIP. Here the pictures ...

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    Looking good so far - keep the pics coming!

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    Looks good!!


    How do you like those simkit gauges?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 737NUT View Post
    Looks good!!


    How do you like those simkit gauges?
    Hmm, a good question :P. I'll give a short review. The good thing is that the gauges are very cheap and if you are good in doing handicrafts it's perfect. But you also can broke down the whole gauges because of working with glue and color for models etc... If you have more question don't hesitate to contact me...

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    Thumbs up Great job!

    Looks fantastic!
    hope mine will be as nice.
    keep the pictures coming.
    Is that a Goflight MCP? how do you like it?
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    Got Turbine?

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    Looks great!!! thanks for the pics When you get the Sim Kit gauges up and installed, share some pics. Would like to see that

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    Thanks @ all!

    @ Jason Yes, you're right it's the GF MCP. I like it very much, the only thing is that you have to buy a patch for using it with PMDG ...

    @MattO

    I just finished the IAS Knots Stand By Instrument. Here one pictures... The building was VERY simple and I'm really satisfied with the result.



    Simon

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    I like it How's the action on it. Smooth?

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    The action is OK. The servos make some noise and I would say that the action is not bad but also not totaly perfect but good....

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    Nice 'pit Simon. Are you using the HS-311 servos recommended by Simkits or another set?

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