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    Clean design!

    This would be a dream to replicate.....just the throttle makes the 737 old power box at shame.
    neat!
    http://www.airliners.net/photo/Grand...0AR/1548714/L/

    http://www.airliners.net/photo/JetBl...0AR/1527265/L/
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    Re: Clean design!

    Now you see why I like the ERJ's for my flight sim. I think much nicer than Airbus or Boeing
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    Re: Clean design!

    What are those things beside the throttles? Are they handles to get in and out of the seat?
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    Re: Clean design!

    Brian:

    When you look at the 737, real agree with you, it is outdated and a sort of patchwork, which brings me to build a more streamlined and personnal throttle for mine...will post when done.
    As far as the airbus, no, clean and neat too (I think).

    Grant
    Those are the Mice for the computer, touchpad like some laptops. You hold it and your index does the work!
    the 777 has them too. I will probably add them to my 737 pedestal, much better than having a mouse somewhere at the back when needed.
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    Re: Clean design!

    Hi,

    That cockpit is indeed very clean but, isn't that where cockpits are all about all the gauges, switches, buttons and levers. That's my opinion but i think a lot of builders agree with me.


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    Re: Clean design!

    Quote Originally Posted by autocadplease View Post
    What are those things beside the throttles? Are they handles to get in and out of the seat?
    can get them..!
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    Re: Clean design!

    Like this
    well, not yet ready.
    Just idea i try, how to make it using wood.
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    Re: Clean design!

    They look real good but hard to incorporate hardware!
    I think those mice can come handy in a sim, in conjunction with a keyboard located near the Oxy Panel!
    just a thought,
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    Re: Clean design!

    Marco, could you perhaps put in the mouse pad from a cheap laptop. If you're good with electronics i would say it could be done.
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    Re: Clean design!

    Sure, there is more work than doing that. Although just an idea. MArco may not even want the item functional, just an idea for the 'pad' that was all. I understand the quality of just getting a plank of wood and sticking in a laptop pad is far less than buying a product developed by experts. It's just the balance of weighing up the costs you have towards the quality of parts this will get you.

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