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    High quality engine gauges

    Looking for engine gauges for 4 engine aircraft, somthing like you would find on 747 classic. I have searched and searched but cannot find something with the analog needle with a digital readout below, (for the N1 anyway). These gauges would have to be compatible with swapping the out with another panel using FS Panel Studio.

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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    Check the Tin Mouse 737-200 by Probst. It's freeware. Same guages as the 727 and 747.
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    I have these somewhere.Analog with a "digital drum"
    You do not need FS Studio, they can be sized and moved just by editing the Panel Cfg.
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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    Hey! Would you mind sending me those? The DF panel is difficult to manipulate but I could always add another row to those.

    Much thanks.
    Last edited by Michael Carter; 01-15-2009 at 03:20 PM. Reason: Can't spell on an iPhone!
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    Mike

    This was a complete panel I made for a friend in Europe, it even includes a small overhead logic with amps volts and bells and god knows what. Works super. The ADI is a freeware from Reality XP,as smooth as PM.
    You can extract whatever gauge you like from tha whole thing.
    the engine panel cfg for the second screen is included and as I said gauges can be moved and sized by editing the row of digits in each gauge item.
    I think that the tutorial I wrote (included) is in french.
    But an old wizard like you should be able to get through that. Let me know.

    So it is lots of Mbs all together... PM me your adress and I 'll send you a CD.
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    Thanks slot. I'm just going to use the engine stack. I really like those digital readouts. Saves the trouble of scolling over the gauge to make a precise power adjustment.
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