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    Is there a 737NG MIP made in the USA??

    As the title says, tired of getting beat up by the euro to dollar!!!!!!!!!!! FDS doesn't sell just the MIP anymore.

    Is there any other options for a 737NG MIP made or sold in the USA?

    Thanks guys

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    Re: Is there a 737NG MIP made in the USA??

    Really, I just bought the MIP from FDS.... $1695

    Nobody in the US

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    Re: Is there a 737NG MIP made in the USA??

    I wish I knew of one.. seems to me a US based manufacturer would do good.

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    Re: Is there a 737NG MIP made in the USA??

    Quote Originally Posted by jskibo View Post
    Really, I just bought the MIP from FDS.... $1695

    Nobody in the US
    Please correct me if i'm wrong but doesn't that have its own support structure? I was just wanted the panel to attach to my own structure that is already built. FDS used to have this back in the early days. AKA Nova and signature series.

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    Re: Is there a 737NG MIP made in the USA??

    Quote Originally Posted by drum4no1 View Post
    I wish I knew of one.. seems to me a US based manufacturer would do good.
    No kidding! Between the weak arse dollar and out of this world shipping cost, anything outside the USA is pretty much out of the league of 80% of the builders.

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    Re: Is there a 737NG MIP made in the USA??

    Quote Originally Posted by 737NUT View Post
    Please correct me if i'm wrong but doesn't that have its own support structure? I was just wanted the panel to attach to my own structure that is already built. FDS used to have this back in the early days. AKA Nova and signature series.
    Ah, yes, if you just want the panel bare then nope...

    Of course, here's a guy selling his NOVA if you want to go back that far http://prosim737.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=390

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