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    Below 1500 TQ 737

    Is it possible to get a throttle quadrant for below 1500 - a 737-replica version interfacable with FSUIPC. It doens't have to be motorized.

    I recall i saw a TQ that cost about 700 - but can't find the site.

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    Re: Below 1500 TQ 737

    SimParts has a build-it-yourself kit for 1200Euro. Add another 300Euro or so for servo motors and ancillary hardware. I built mine including motorized throttles and trim wheels. Works fine. You do need to have at least a basic level of mechanical handiness and a degree of patience...it is not exactly a simple assembly, particularly doing it for the first time. Mine took two months to build including spray-painting parts etc. and fiddling with the servo motors. The advantage of building it yourself is that you will be able to service it yourself if anything ever goes wrong (although mine has been operating flawlessly fo almost a year now).

    I can send pics if interested...I am not at home right now.

    Fred

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    Re: Below 1500 TQ 737

    Building An Airbus In My Garage!