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    Markuspilot

    Hi everyone,

    Many threads mention the Markuspilot site but the site seems not available. Anyone now if he has a new site or so? I need some measures pictures and detail as I am building a full functional 737NG throttle. Any help on the subject is welcome.

    Best regards,
    JAC

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    Issues

    Did some quick checking and it Looks like hes has DNS/ name server issues
    His mail servers are also down
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    Send me an email with which measurements you need, as I have downloaded the whole site. Sure he won't mind that.

    Edit: my email address: vidar (at) fagerjord.org

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    Juan Cordon's Flight-Deck 737 NG, http://users.skynet.be/jcordon/cockpit/plans.htm, is another good source of 737 dimensional information.

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    TQ-Throttle 737

    In the download libary http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/down...p?do=cat&id=22

    In AI format


    Dee

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    Mark of MarcusPilot has been taking a hiatus from flight simming due to some big events in his personal life. I did speak with him recently, and will be calling him again this week, so I will ask him to post something here for you all.

    I believe he will be returning sometime in the future with a new website.

    Peter.

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    Ive been on Juan Cordons website and had a look at the great drawings etc, the posterize facility is really good, but if you print off the MIP using posterize using the 8x3 format i have noticed that it is not true size as it seems to be a little larger than it really is, so i dont think that this is entirely acurate.

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    The measure I need now is the width of the throttle body. All the whole width including trim wheels. If you have those measures that is hawsome. I have looked for it everywhere but did not find it.
    please send it to jose.a.v.costa@netcabo.pt

    Many thanks,
    JAC

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    I met up with Mark from "Markuspilot" this week, and he tells me he has been having trouble uploading his site since it went down whilst he was building a new house (old one demolished first). I have asked him to check this forum and post what he can.

    We went flying for 3 hours in Matt Sheil's full motion B747-400 sim, and had a ball. Mark is a real world B737 captain, and did have just a little effort to transition to the B747. But he showed off when he kept putting it down on the centreline and within the TDZ

    Peter.

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    Excellent... say g'day to Mark for me Peter.
    Nic D'Alessandro
    737NG builder (Hobart, Australia)
    http://simsation.com.au

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