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    Nihads Oxy panels.

    Just received Nihad's (www.simknobs.com) Oxy panels.

    My first reaction when i unpacked them was : " where is the mask ?"

    Thats how real they look !

    Nihad couldnt have done a better job. Some pictures now. Will build them in the sidewall soon and post some more pictures. Details like these really finish a sim !

    Thanks nihad !

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    WOW!!! Oh WOW!!!

    I love them..

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    Hi Stef,
    Quick question?
    How long did it take from the day you placed your order with Simknobs, until the OXY panels were finally delivered?
    IF it's not Boeing I ain't going!!!!!!

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    i ordered the oxy panels when nihad announced them, somewhere mid june. (i think i was his first order because i knew even before the announcement)

    However, Nihad has allways been very clear in his communications to me and the panels were delayed for various understandable reasons.

    As long as i know there is a delay and the reason for it, i dont have a problem with a long lead time.

    The panels where absolutely worth the wait !! they are perfect !

    Please bear in mind that these are very complicated parts to replicate. Many small and difficult parts (even the parts under the lid are copied).

    It takes a long time to complete just one unit.

    Next to that nihad has been very busy with a 777 training and had some bad luck with material suplies.

    Trust me Phil, Nihad will ship you your items and you will absolutely think it was worth the wait.

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    Got mine a long while ago and totally happy with it.
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    Great photos there Dnoize The pictures really show that it is well spent money.

    Also looking forward to receive and install my panels.

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    Thanks for the info Stef, my order was placed in mid July. I guess I have to wait few more weeks.
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    That looks freakin great!

    Stef, we really need to test fit them in my sidewalls.

    Mike

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    Mike,

    we should hook up somewhere next week and see how they look on your sidewalls, so you can order them too

    And we finally have to finish our throttles now.

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    Got a late Christmas gift!!!!!!!I'm speechless, the oxy panel are well worth the wait! Thank you Nihad and Phil !!!.
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