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    New 727 Flight Sim Project!

    Check out our new website
    http://www.727simulator.com

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    Re: New 727 Flight Sim Project!

    Awesome Project! Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: New 727 Flight Sim Project!

    Marvelous!!!
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    Re: New 727 Flight Sim Project!

    Very cool. It's great to see a team of young people (gosh, I sound so old saying that - and a bit patronising, which is certainly not how it's meant) doing something like this. Getting the CPT gives you a fantastic base to build on. And you've picked a great aircraft. I used to love to fly on the 727 when it was still in regular passenger service. Nothing quite like getting on and off via the rear airstairs. Although frankly you wouldn't want to sit at the rear if you wanted to hear yourself speak

    Please keep us updated. I've hit a bit of a lull in my own project of late and seeing updates like this is helping to bring my enthusiasm back.

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    Post Re: New 727 Flight Sim Project!

    Thanks so much for all of the kind words guys! We are honored with the chance to give this old CPT simulator new life and are very glad to share the experience with the rest of the world.

    I do my best to update the progress page every day that we actually do work on the project, so stay tuned!

    Will

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    Re: New 727 Flight Sim Project!

    Impressive work fellas. Well done.

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    Re: New 727 Flight Sim Project!

    Wow! You must be very lucky you got hand on this thing! Please keep on posting here, the 727 is a "difficult-to-master-project" for a home cockpit builder. Congratulations.

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    Re: New 727 Flight Sim Project!

    Quote Originally Posted by choffmann View Post
    Wow! You must be very lucky you got hand on this thing! Please keep on posting here, the 727 is a "difficult-to-master-project" for a home cockpit builder. Congratulations.

    Chris
    Oh yes, she will be a tricky one. But most likely well worth it!

    Putting the finishing touches on the cockpit floor...


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    Re: New 727 Flight Sim Project!

    We have begun assembly of the forward shell section and were able to mount our center projector and get away with a little test flight.
    You can see a video of the first takeoff on the progress page of the 727simulator.com website.

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    Re: New 727 Flight Sim Project!

    Got our left projector mounted.

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