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    New Boeing 737 MIP and Overhead from CockpitSimParts

    Hi Everyone,
    here is a few newly products from CockpitSimParts,

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    i would like to hear your opinion about them, if you could let me know what you think about the product and most importantly the prices !!

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    Re: New Boeing 737 MIP and Overhead from CockpitSimParts

    Don't like the fastening screws of the panels and the fact that all overhead panels are the same color.
    For the rest, great panels

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    Re: New Boeing 737 MIP and Overhead from CockpitSimParts

    Hi Tiburon,
    thank you for your comments, we are still under development stage and as you know the overhead is not released yet, we will bring out 2 versions of the overhead, full grey one and the normal Grey and white, prices will be extremely lower than the market prices and that's for sure..

    any more comments are welcome and much appreciated as it does help us to improve our product and make them better for us and everyone .

    many thanks guys

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    Re: New Boeing 737 MIP and Overhead from CockpitSimParts

    Ok, great ! Will you be making pedestal panels as well ?

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    Re: New Boeing 737 MIP and Overhead from CockpitSimParts

    its definitely on the list, but as you know those things do take time to cook nicely ! so we looking about a month or two at the latest.

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    Re: New Boeing 737 MIP and Overhead from CockpitSimParts

    Great. One more question : what is the thickness off your panels ?

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    Re: New Boeing 737 MIP and Overhead from CockpitSimParts

    front and back panels are 3mm each, so that's 6mm in total. any thing else just let me know. thanks

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    Re: New Boeing 737 MIP and Overhead from CockpitSimParts

    Here are some new pictures of an updated Boeing 737 overhead panel, still not released yet and its still under development, will keep updating you with the progress.

    if you have any question please let me know.

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    Re: New Boeing 737 MIP and Overhead from CockpitSimParts

    Hi Sam,


    I am very surprised by the quality of the panels. But when I took a closer look on the overhead panel I see that it is not that accurate as Flyengravity for example:


    - Looks like the font needs bigger or the font itselve is not right. example the word ENGINE START is on the FE and the real panel more to the left.
    - The placing of switches etc is not good, for example the R WIPER knop is right above the left starter switch. But when comparing with th real panel the R WIPER must be between the left starter and both L R starter switch.
    - Also on the real and FE panel i see the taxi light just left of the L wiper switch, but on your panel it is exact underneath the switch.


    Why is that?


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    PS: I used this picture for the real aircraft OH: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Gol-L...d77c030a8697c3

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    Re: New Boeing 737 MIP and Overhead from CockpitSimParts

    Also, you made a little panel for the ground power, in reality this is just a black sticker.

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