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    Revolution Simproducts Rudder Pedal Kit Build Video's

    hello captains.....
    i was in Paris on Thursday to collect my second Rudder Pedal Kit and Eren asked me to make some video's for him of how i built the Rudder Pedals so that he could advise other customers.
    Part 1 is Assembling the Mechanics
    Part 2 is Fitting the Covers
    Part 3 is the Interlink System
    they turned out pretty well considering all i had was a webcam and movie maker and were fun to do.
    they have already helped out one customer and i hope you enjoy watching them

    http://www.737ng.co.uk/revolution/ruddervideo_part1.wmv
    http://www.737ng.co.uk/revolution/ruddervideo_part2.wmv
    http://www.737ng.co.uk/revolution/interlink.wmv

    or goto my news page at http://www.737ng.co.uk/help.htm for more info.

    have a great day chaps .... ian
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    Re: Revolution Simproducts Rudder Pedal Kit Build Video's

    Nice videos Ian and not a sign of any spanner rash on those little pinkies.

    Very informative and what a superb product.

    Gary

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    Re: Revolution Simproducts Rudder Pedal Kit Build Video's

    Spoke to the guy in Paris. Told me that the pedals are 1100 each!! 2200 for both sides. My whole sim cost me less than that! I have had a look at the video, and will build my own on the simple principle used!

    As an ex TV Cameraman, I must say that your video effort is very good. Plain clear speech, and NO special effects! An excellent sales tool (for those that can afford it!)

    TONY.

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    Re: Revolution Simproducts Rudder Pedal Kit Build Video's

    hello tony.........
    the price you got were for the built versions it seems....
    i had a lot of fun making these. the original one's were done in a hurry because we needed them for the
    lelystad show. but i've re-done them to a better quality now. not sure which version you saw, so here's the
    links to the newer versions.
    http://www.737ng.co.uk/revolution/ne...eo%20part1.wmv
    http://http://www.737ng.co.uk/revolution/new%20rudder%20video%20part2.wmv
    part of the reason for the 'clear speech' is that a lot of customers will not have english as their first language, so i tried to be as descriptive as i could to avoid any misunderstanding (not bad for a welshman ).
    i'm also re-doing the TQ kit self build video at the moment and hopefully that will raise the bar as well.
    thanks for your compliment and have a great weekend......

    take care

    ian
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