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    Throttletk Pro Seriers?

    Hello,
    When do you expect to have the Throttletek Pro Series ready to ship? I really like the way the current model looks but really wish it had a leveler for the flaps. It looks like the Pro series will have that? any other details?
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    Airbus Re: Throttletk Pro Seriers?

    Hi Twisted8 Actually the PRO series is based on the 767 Throttle Quadrant! We expect to have that one ready by August and it is actually a scale replica of the real thing. Still alot of work to be done on that one.

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    Roberto Soriano

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    Re: Throttletk Pro Seriers?

    Ah ok,
    Any plans to make a version of the "G" model with a flaps leveler? something that won't break the bank? hehehe the 767 sounds great, but sounds expensive.

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    Airbus Re: Throttletk Pro Seriers?

    Well send me an E-mail and maybe we can work something Out! The thing is that the Idea of using a switch and not a lever for the Flaps was simplicity but I think We could make a custom Job for it! Send me an e-mail roberto@throttletek.com and maybe we can discuss something.

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    Roberto