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    Need help finding one of these please

    Looking for USB plug and play replica of the KAP-140 autopilot panel found in the Cessna 172. I found one last week but for the life of me cant find it now. Thought i favorite'd it but I didn't. Anyway, it was a nice one and was prisec around 350.00
    Thanks for any leads,
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    Re: Need help finding one of these please

    The only one of those I know is the simkits, but it is not usb and is about 550 before the controller card.
    http://juneaucessnasim.blogspot.com
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    Re: Need help finding one of these please

    flightillusion has one too which would cost rob 386 euro's ex vat (since he's outside of europe):

    http://secure.simmarket.com/fi-bkav-...ot-panel.phtml
    http://www.flightillusion.com/index....mart&Itemid=58

    needs to be connected to the gsa-55 interface though....another 100 euro's or so.

    I'm quite certain ive seen one once for around 300/400 euro's from a (to me) unknown company, but cant find it anywhere anymore.....

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