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    Newbie 737 project

    Hey all , started my 737 project after a good 12 months debating weather or not to go for it , It seems to be working out ok, I havnt used plans for my shell just working with the space i have in my shed. drinking plenty of coffee siting back & working out my next step. Take a look at my pics see wat ya think . Plz Comment on wat ya think good or bad .. Cheers...

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    Yep Coffee, Wine, Beer, Scotch, it all goes down in the thinking/creating process.

    Where abouts are your pictures though ba543?

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    Sorry havnt quite worked out this whole website yet try this one

    http://www.mycockpit.org/photopost/m...3830&protype=1

    if not under photo gallery / boeing / ba543

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    G'day Eastozy from Westozy!

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    Thanks got those pics. Looks like a tight fit in that shed. What sort of outside viewing are you considering?

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    From the east coast Cheers westozy , Have you managed to get pmdg 100% fully functional , i know fsuipc has made macros now which will help...??

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    Looks great. It's tight, but it's more room than I have.
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    Just checked ya website Kennair great job, liked ya vid,s too. Ive only had 2 lessons myself , . 3 LCD,S hhmmmm the wife thinks im pushing it with a monitor bigger than 24" LOL so 3 x 42" She will luv it.............. aimming for 2 at the mo RGR!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ba543 View Post
    Hey all , started my 737 project after a good 12 months debating weather or not to go for it , It seems to be working out ok, I havnt used plans for my shell just working with the space i have in my shed. drinking plenty of coffee siting back & working out my next step. Take a look at my pics see wat ya think . Plz Comment on wat ya think good or bad .. Cheers...
    Thats the method I used aswell Lots of coffee and sitting in my chair and wondering about the next step. The next step planning is the absolute most important in building a simulator.

    So far you have done a very good job. Keep the pictures coming

    And I can recomend Dieter`s yokes+tiller. Have the complete set and they are awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ba543 View Post
    From the east coast Cheers westozy , Have you managed to get pmdg 100% fully functional , i know fsuipc has made macros now which will help...??

    Not yet, when I install FSUIPC 3.81,I lose all my open GL instrument displays. I hope to contact Peter Dowson about this soon.

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