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    Hello

    Hi everyone I am new to the site and starting to build a full scale c150 cockpit, i just got an old version of the pfc cirrus ii flight controls, struggling to make them work with fsx,?????? i may just make all of them myself with a leo bednar board, would like to know more on how to make the gauges in my dash look or work like real, any ideas, i am in the design stages of the project, I am designing all in 3d cad, and will cut on my cnc machine
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    Re: Hello

    Welcome
    Cheapest option for guages is to mount a screen behind a real (or homemade) panel and move the guages to where they're needed on the screen with FSPanel studio or similar

    Hope that helps
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    Re: Hello

    Thanks for the quick response, I know this may be silly question, is that a seperate software for the extra screen with the movable gauges, where do i get it. I am pretty new to this flight sim stuff

    Thanks again
    mjair