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    Harmony 1997 Flightdeck (x-plane 737ng sim)

    My sim is a 737NG running off of x-plane + project magenta. I intend to move from x-plane 9 to 10 when released later this year.

    For now, I've been woodworking and these are the fruits of my labours so far. I have built the base from 18mm structural plywood raised on 47mm x 75mm blocks, with closer spacing on the rear seat, walk and console area and support under key load areas such as the mid mip line.

    I also have a couple of bits on order atm. Once they get added in I'll post more updates. The whole Album can be seen here: http://s946.photobucket.com/albums/a...ir/Flightdeck/







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    Re: Harmony 1997 Flightdeck (x-plane 737ng sim)

    Hi,
    One question. Do the base of the yoke get in the way of the rudder pedals?
    I have the same kit and when I get round to putting it into my pit I am going to raise the rudder pedals to the same height as the yoke.
    Allan.

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    Re: Harmony 1997 Flightdeck (x-plane 737ng sim)

    Not at all. My saitek pedals I raise up enough to clear the usb cable and butt against the back end.

    I did consider counter sinking the base, but then the yoke would be too low unless I extend it.

    Revolution simproducts pedals also fit the ACE yoke I believe with the detachable front runners removed, or possibly raised the base plate height to clear.
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