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    737 cockpit

    Did my first flight today! still a long way to go sorting the overhead but I have got to say adapting a ButtKicker to the captains seat was the best thing I did so far!! WOW when you accelerate down the runway and the whole cockpit shakes the sensation is so realistic... and when you leave the tarmac behind and everything goes smooth incredible!!

    I have attached the latest pics.

    Clivenew 4..jpgNew2..jpgNew 3..jpgNew 1.jpg

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    Re: 737 cockpit

    Congrats Clive,

    I'm jealous. I'm looking forward to getting started.

    How are you running your visuals? That looks impressive. It appears to be three projectors. Are you using TH2GO and SOL7?

    Warren

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    Re: 737 cockpit

    I was fortunate to be Clives F/O today, even did a leg as Capt from the left hand seat! Loved the Buttkicker!

    Clive, the 'pit's progressing fantastically at a pace that scare's the s**t out of me, great job.

    The visuals are 2 projectors, DH2G, Sol7, about 10ft wide curved screen.

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    Re: 737 cockpit

    Stunning!

    Must be a great ride.

    Darryl
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    Re: 737 cockpit

    Just shows that you can get fantastic visuals without the need of a TH2GO, love the cockpit, coming on nicely now!

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    Alex
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