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    My new GA cockpit

    Hi,

    Check out a few photos of my newly build GA cockpit.

    I still need to configure all thesoftware but it all pleasure from know on

    COOL !!!

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    Re: My new GA cockpit

    Very neat indeed. What make/size is your main display? How good is it etc. Thirsty for more info on your set up.
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    Re: My new GA cockpit

    very nice and clean! the display that size looks good!

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    Re: My new GA cockpit

    Hi,

    Once all configuration finished I will take some time to post a full spec list and my Autocad 3D plans that I used to build it.

    Just a few info until then:
    2 computers:
    1 for FS and the small GPS screen
    1 for instruments, I will use FSXPand but still need to configure it all up.

    The outside view is on a 32'' TV
    The instrument screen is a 19'' wide screen.
    The Radio stack is a AP3000 from Elite
    The throottle is from PFC
    The Yoke is a VMax yoke (not fabricated any more) an exact replica of a Saab yoke, it feels so reel.
    The Pedals are from PFC
    You have reconized the Go Flight elements.
    The Watch is from PFC, its a reel aircraft watch, (not connected to FS)
    The Compas is a reel compas (a

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    Re: My new GA cockpit

    Sorry message was not finished:

    The outside view is on a 32'' TV
    The instrument screen is a 19'' wide screen.
    The Radio stack is a AP3000 from Elite
    The throottle is from PFC
    The Yoke is a VMax yoke (not fabricated any more) an exact replica of a Saab yoke, it feels so reel.
    The Pedals are from PFC
    You have reconized the Go Flight elements.
    The Watch is from PFC, its a reel aircraft watch, (not connected to FS)
    The Compas is a reel aircraft compas (not conected to FS)
    The Glare Sheild is from a reel aircraft a DR400 that is not in service anymore, not only is it reel but it has been in a aircraft and has the skratches you would expect in a aircraft, so cool.
    The GPS screen is a 4,3'' USB screen fro century (you can only find on ebay or so as it is not fabricated any more)
    The Panel it self is from VFR-Cockpit custum made for me, 2mm aluminum painted with the reel Cessna cockpit color

    I still need to configure the instrument screen and then put the instrument cover plat onto the screen.

    More later....

    Cheers,

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