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    Efe's 737NG cockpit build

    I already had the CPFlight radios waiting in a box while I moved home and have recently just gotten them out for a test run. Still no pedestal to put them into but that should be ready shortly.

    Today I got a rather large package from Vitor Amaral in Portugal...



    So the first two parts of my MIP arrived at the office just a few minutes ago. Its meant to go in the new building basement but unfortunately it isn't ready yet (looks like another week or so). Also, not doing too great at work it terms of relations with the bosses so not sure how much I want to get the cockpit settled down, just in case I have to leave and move it as well.

    Currently I don't want to unpack until at least the majority of the work in the new building is done and we've made the move over. The platform isn't ready either, mainly because I wanted to make sure I had a design made that can later house the dual linked rudder and yoke system. I did open the packaging and take a look inside but it was packed nicely so not much to look at unfortunately.

    More to come once it gets opened up.

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    Re: Efe's 737NG cockpit build

    Congratulations Efe, you're on your way to build a cockpit.

    Matt Olieman

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    Re: Efe's 737NG cockpit build

    Looking good Efe, great to see you on your way to building.
    I'm sure the suspense of looking inside the box is killing you
    Geremy Britton
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