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    Hello from EDDL...

    Hello everybody... beginning my pit last week i decided to use my Saitek Pro Flight System and make it look similar to a B737 yoke. Due to limited space at the very moment, i'll going to build a one seat pit, that will be removable from my desk. Now, firts photos of my modified are avaible, and you can take a look:














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    Hi Michael and welcome to Mycockpit. Excellent work on the yoke column. You'll find many similar examples of this sort of column setup here, mostly using CH but achieving the same result without all the machanics etc. required for the more realistic style.

    What are you using for instrument and outside views?

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    Hi Ken...

    Well, concerning instrument and outside views, i'm still makin' up my mind

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    Thanks for sharing with us

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    Pics of my 737NG - Re: Hello from EDDL...

    Captains, after about one and a half years of building, moving, programming the OpenCockpits CDU driver for the PMDG 737 and now starting my home built TQ, i want to present you an overview of the stuff i did within the past:


    Start building MIP


    early stage of MIP


    MIP painted


    CS gear lever, flp gauge & ISFD gauges


    floodlit MIP


    CDU


    overview, April 2010


    Painted throttle levers


    Lever mounted on panel with reverser pot


    painted panels & thrust levers


    painted panels & thrust levers

    Enjoy and don't forget to visit my website http://www.b737sim.de and drop me a line in my guestbook

    Regards,