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    New To Sims

    I recently completed an F-16 or as close to it as I can cockpit for a summer project. I'm retired and this ground piloting is all new to me. I could use some advice on adding movement to my project. Any help would be great. Also I am not savy on all the terms and lingo so be kind use little words. Thanks

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    Re: New To Sims

    Hi, welcome

    Do you have some pictures from your projekt???
    Can you post?

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    Re: New To Sims

    Greetings. I'll try and post a few of the pictures. Of course some of the photos were during the construction. Been to cold to do more.
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    Re: New To Sims

    Quote Originally Posted by Ajpetty View Post
    Greetings.
    I'll try and post a few of the pictures. Of course some of the photos were during the construction. Been to cold to do more.

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    Re: New To Sims

    Nice job
    One question, what kind of Displays are there left and right from big Display in the middle?
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    Re: New To Sims

    Quote Originally Posted by fsx-cockpit View Post
    Nice job
    One question, what kind of Displays are there left and right from big Display in the middle?
    [QUOTE]I do not have but one display inside the cockpit. The other displays for the scenery is from overhead powerpoint projectors. The actual front projection screen gives me a 14ft X 8ft view out. The two side projector are not hooked up yet but once the weather warms I am going back to work on mounting them. When done I will have 180 degree field of view. Thanks for asking. I will try and post some pictures the others were before I was finished the outside and installed the clam shell canopy.[QUOTE]

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    Re: New To Sims

    I only use one monitor inside the cockpit. The outside scenery for the front and side views are from overhead power point projectors.