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    Smile Fred Flintstone throttle

    Actually this is a new 767/77/87 style prototype made out of scrap and broomstick sections which I use to take measurements and design my pulley and cable system.
    Everyone here knows how I dislike the 737 old klunker of a TQ and I intend to have the New "New Generation" Throttle in my 737.
    Do not shoot purist missiles at me....wait for the finished unit pics!!!!





    But it shows too that anyone can make a throttle quadrant for about $10 ! (lol) in less than an hour!
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    Re: Fred Flintstone throttle

    Looks like a great start for prototype, and can't beat the price. Looking forward to seeing the progress.

    Regards
    Steve

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    Re: Fred Flintstone throttle

    Looking forward to seeing more on this!
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    Re: Fred Flintstone throttle

    What do you think??




    Of course it is a paste up, but this is what I want/will achieve.
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    Re: Fred Flintstone throttle

    Love your photoshop skills!

    Nice one, very impressive!

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    Re: Fred Flintstone throttle

    Hi Jackpilot,

    Your 777 throttle quadrant is good. Can you show more picture? Thanks.

    Tim

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