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    Planning to build a Tu-154

    Hi. I am planning to build a Tu-154 but it is on the planning stage. I analyzing it.

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    Re: Planning to build a Tu-154

    Hello Qwseyvnd, I am Badbill65 from Glasgow in UK, the building of a TU154 would be a very interesting project indeed as a matter of fact im currently in RIGA Latvia working for AirBaltic on Q400 and to let you know there is a cockpit section full of origonal instruments and equipment in the little aircraft museum just out side the main terminal,maybe you could contact them with a view to some form of trade for parts,'just a little thought if you where looking for origonal parts'.

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    Re: Planning to build a Tu-154

    Hello again please excuse spelling errors 'ORIGINAL'

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    Re: Planning to build a Tu-154

    OK.
    How can I contact them ?
    Where can I start to send e-mail to them ?

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    Re: Planning to build a Tu-154

    I shall go see them and ask what the situation is about selling items for you.

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    Re: Planning to build a Tu-154

    OK. Thank you, I am waiting for that.

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    Re: Planning to build a Tu-154

    http://aviamuseum.org/EN/

    Hi Qwseyvnd, unfortunately ive been posted back to the UK and ran out of time but try the above link,hope it helps

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    Re: Planning to build a Tu-154

    Hello Qwseyvnd!

    In my opinion this simulator is too difficult to maked.
    I was on summer students exchange in Kiev Polytechnic Institute (UA). They have a full realistic Tu-154 simulator. It's a big (taking two halls), complicated machine with many indicators, switches and mechanical systems.

    Just look at this pictures:
    First room it is a control room with computer (very, very old ;P)

    This is a back side of computer

    And last photo taked inside:


    Conclusion:
    So, if you really want to build this simulator, you must prepare for many mechanical problems. You know that: Tu-154 is a old machine without advanced computer systems. Almost everything are a expanded logical mechanism.

    Now I am building cessna 172 simulator and i have many problems with parts to my simulator. I think you will have the same problem with Tu-154 parts.

    but
    In my country people say's:
    If is a risk, is a fun (Or something like that) :P

    I'm really sorry for my language mistakes

    Take care and good luck!

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    Re: Planning to build a Tu-154

    Check also on opencockpits site TU-154M project,there is a mad russian chap building a 154,ie go to opencockpits site go to photo gallery and enter search for TU-154M project

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    Re: Planning to build a Tu-154

    I don't said that it's impossible to make a home-made simulator of Tu-154. In my opinion if Qwseyvnd doesn't has expierience with building simulators, he could has a problems with electronics, mechanics etc.

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