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    737NG Update (Photo)

    Finally, the sim is really starting to come together... at least to the point that by getting a little creative with the camera angle, it almost looks a bit real (save for the mouse and keyboard on the glareshield)!

    This image shows AS81 enroute from Seattle to Sitka, Alaska.

    The latest addition is the beautiful forward overhead panel from SISMO in Spain. What a piece of machinery! Every switch fully functional, fully interfaced, with 10bit servos powering all the "steam gauges." I'm still working to interface the servo card, which is why, for example, the cabin temp is indicating zero... brrrrrr!

    The MIP and shell are from FDS, yokes from ACE, TQ from FSC, MCP/EFIS from CPFlight, and overhead as mentioned from SISMO. Software is PM running on a network of 6 PCs (some powerful, some "not"). Exterior visuals powered by a TH2GO mapped over three projectors onto a 24' curved hardboard screen. EVERYTHING ultimately powered by the good ole standard, stable as a rock FS9!

    Hope you enjoy the photo!

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    Re: 737NG Update (Photo)

    Wow !!!!!, Amazing job , How long has it taken you to get to that stage??

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    Re: 737NG Update (Photo)

    Just one word: AMAZING!!! Congratulations my friend!! I love the SISMO parts, i have some wonderfull pieces.
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    Re: 737NG Update (Photo)

    I hope you dont mind but i print these kind of pictures off and they get stuck on the wall behind my sim, Inspirational

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    Re: 737NG Update (Photo)

    How they let you sneak in a CH pedals in to the flight deck
    Amazing job you did there, well done
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    Former B763 Builder - FS9 Simvionics. LDS, FDS OC etc.

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    Re: 737NG Update (Photo)

    Chris, looks absolutely fabulous. Nice job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: 737NG Update (Photo)

    This realy does just goes to show for ultimate realism you don't need FSX
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    That overhead is a thing of beauty! Really nice job.

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    Re: 737NG Update (Photo)

    Really good looking sim, I was just in Henderson Las Vegas last week playing golf at the Revere country club. Nice area, Nice sim.

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    Re: 737NG Update (Photo)

    That is one kick *** setup, You lucky bugger!!, Same as Steve A, printed and is on the wall now, well done to you
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