View Poll Results: What do you need more for your sim?

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  • Structures (e.g. shell, pedestal structure etc.)

    7 25.00%
  • Panels (e.g. overhead, pedestal etc.)

    10 35.71%
  • Electronics (e.g. switches, wiring etc.)

    10 35.71%
  • Other

    6 21.43%
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    Question What do you need more for your sim?

    This is just a question of curiosity at the moment, it may go somewhere but I'm not too sure

    So the question is what do you need more for your simulator at the moment? I broke it down into the three main categories that I see making up sim building. Sure there are many more but these are the main ones in my view.
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    Money and room.
    God's in command, I'm just the Pilot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post
    Money and room.
    Yes true.. money and room

    My need is more for electronic components at the moment. As far as I have seen on the net all specialised components have very high prices...

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    Switch gear such as Eaton and Korrys, or any decent dual illuminated latching push button, toggle switches are easy but switches for the modern bus and boeings are an issue for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post
    Money and room.
    HAHA .. Love this post and if someone comes up with please let me know!! Nice AndyT

    I feel as a learjet builder we are needing a more aircraft based display avionics i.e Honeywell Primus 1000 replica with FMS software. I see all the boeing stuff has been replicated to perfection or close, but still nothing for the corporate builders for the exception of PMRJ software that still has no V and LNAV capabilities unless using the Boeing CDU software.

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    Radios and radar. A new Hagstrom card too.

    Radios will be along after my tax refund next year.

    A 12.1 WS monitor for my engine guage stack.
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    I voted for panels because no one is making them for the 767.
    Maybe I will get round to making my own backlit ones someday.

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    Companies/Individuals who sell products for our sims to start working together.

    I am so tired and frustrated with trying to ask my way through forms or emails to try and determine if product X is compatible with product Y, and Y and X are compatible with Z.

    How about someone start developing a flight sim standardization process so we know what products will work together.

    It works for other industries.

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    And in some cases, an "understanding wife". Which in my case I fortunately have

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    Quote Originally Posted by N242AM View Post
    Companies/Individuals who sell products for our sims to start working together.
    Or maybe one company that does the lot for a good price?
    Many Thanks,
    Lewis Simmons

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