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    nricky's New GA Cockpit

    Hi Everyone

    Now it is time that I finally introduce my cockpit to everyone. I Have been working on my cockpit for a long time. Also starting to learn how to cnc mill work. Have not done a lot with it, will have to design a few panel and then let the mill make it for me. I have learned a lot over the years and I think it is time that I will help other in what I did.

    With my sim I can fly every plane that I want. At the moment flying mostly with a Piper Seneca PA-34 T200. Most people are building a 737, that will cost me too much. The fun is still there in flying a small plane.

    I also have a web page where you can see what I have done. At moment I am reworking my page, will be posting a lot of info in the future. www.flight.nrick.net

    Here are a few pictures in building the mip http://www.flight.nrick.net/building%20cockpit.html

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    There are more pictures on my website.

    In the near future will post my sioc code on my site, which I use to run my sim with.

    Cheers Norbert
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    Re: nricky's New GA Cockpit

    Looking good, looks like you have put some good engineering into practice, also it could double up as a generic trainer, just load up the panels and go, well done pal!

    Alex
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    Re: nricky's New GA Cockpit

    Looks great Norbert! Keep up the great work.

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    Re: nricky's New GA Cockpit

    Nice work!!!! Looks like lot's of fun.....

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    Re: nricky's New GA Cockpit

    Thank you all for the kind words.

    Will show more when I get a few more things done. But always see on my page to see what I am doing. www.flight.nrick.net

    Cheers Norbert

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    Re: nricky's New GA Cockpit

    Nice job, Norbert!
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