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    737 tq

    mornn' chaps.......
    i was just browsing the FSWeekend site yesterday and i came across this.....apparantly it will be on show at Lelystad in November. i mailed them and got loads of information back.
    http://www.revolution-simproducts.com/
    two versions from what i can gather....an auto unit and a basic 'LITE' version. looks to me there's more for your buck here.
    rgds ... ian
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    Re: 737 tq

    That is one great looking TQ, Ian! And I think it's priced extremely well.
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    Re: 737 tq

    Ian,

    THANK YOU for the post! That thing looks incredible. Much more functional than the TQ I'm using now. Best of all, the throttle operation looks completely smooth, not slightly jerky like the others I've seen from other manufacturers.

    Looks like my FSC motorized TQ may soon be getting to know Ebay!
    Chris Kilroy
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    Re: 737 tq

    Looks like i have to bring some money to the fsweekend

    I think other buildercompanies have to go down with the prices also

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    Re: 737 tq

    Quote Originally Posted by ian@737ng.co.uk View Post
    mornn' chaps.......
    i was just browsing the FSWeekend site yesterday and i came across this.....apparantly it will be on show at Lelystad in November. i mailed them and got loads of information back.
    ... ian
    Ian,

    could you share these loads of info (other than the website), please?

    Will have a look but don't know if I dare to "jump" without having seen the product "a live" or any testimonials from other users.

    JWS.

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    Re: 737 tq

    Quote Originally Posted by JWS View Post
    Ian,

    could you share these loads of info (other than the website), please?

    Will have a look but don't know if I dare to "jump" without having seen the product "a live" or any testimonials from other users.

    JWS.

    well you can see it "live" in 2 months or so in lelystad.

    as far as i can tell it will be the best option to buy. Offers alot of realism that other units do not offer at the moment.

    I'm sure more details will be released in the near future.

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    Re: 737 tq

    Hey Stef,

    Encouraging to hear your opinion. Is it possible to share the extra info you have?

    Will surely have a look at it in Lelystad but for the discount I have to pre-order.

    JWS

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    Re: 737 tq

    hello JWS.....
    ok, what i suggest is download the video and have a look see what the features are. it's well worth watching. from the video, i suspect this will be a winner. working trim indicators, that's something we haven't seen before. and because there's no servo's in it, you can play with the levers when A/T is engaged without fear of damaging it. that's a major step forward.
    or better still, they are only in paris, so why not mail them and ask them if you can come to see one before ordering. be a nice day out and you may save yourself 200 euro's + vat.
    the guy's name is Eren Yavi.
    i've been sent loads of photographs, but they are basically similar to the shots on the website.
    they tell me that a major player in the cockpit building business is interested in the product, but they would not say who. so i'm wondering if stef knows something we don't
    this is one thing i will certainly be looking at in Lelystad for sure.
    have a great evening chaps.....
    regards from wales ... ian
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    Re: 737 tq

    A really impressive looking piece of kit.

    The video was excellent.

    The special offer for the FS Weekend looks good too, but if I have understood the terms and conditions correctly, requires advance payment of 1600 Euros (plus, presumably VAT at the rather high French rate!) via a bank transfer. Not much security for the purchaser there if things were to go wrong? (Knobs, anyone? ).

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    Re: 737 tq

    JWS, i would advise to download the video. It shows alot of the features.

    Trim indication,
    a speed brake lever that acts as it should: it blocks at flight detent in flight (cant be pushed to full detent), autodeploys even when not armed under the correct conditions. The software is well thought through, correct logics with asymetric thrust for example, etc.

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