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    Hello from sunny skegness (NOT)

    Hello everyone, I have been looking around the forums in the last few days & I’m very very impressed with everyone’s take on their own Sims & how they have made the own parts.
    Now ive been trying to fly rc helicopters in the last few years but with weather we have had over the last couple of months not being able to fly (not saying I’m any good at it )
    So over a few weeks I have been playing with FSX & have a bit of fun I decided that I would like to build a simple sim of a bell 206b but not a lot of money as everyone’s problem..
    What would boards would I need to run the overhead panel , I also would like to go down the route of using a lcd monitor for the gauges so any information on sizes of monitors would be needed
    Also where I can find information of the size of gauge panel I like the way Peter_Pilot's has done his with the working knobs very good
    So I might be asking loads of question from all you kind guys

    many thanks for everyone who takes time to read this.... cheers steve

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    Re: Hello from sunny skegness (NOT)

    Hi Steve

    We are hoping to have some helicopter parts in stock at our website in the near future.

    Welcome to the MyCockpit forum
    Geremy Britton
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    Re: Hello from sunny skegness (NOT)

    Thank you Geremy For you reply & your warm welcome steve