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    757 simulator software for home build

    Hi

    I am looking at home building a 757 sim. I have most of the hardware but don't know if there is software available that will provide a good model of the 757 with full functionality of the systems/switches etc.

    Any recommendations or tips appreciated?!

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    Re: 757 simulator software for home build

    Quote Originally Posted by sparks-flying View Post
    Hi

    I am looking at home building a 757 sim. I have most of the hardware but don't know if there is software available that will provide a good model of the 757 with full functionality of the systems/switches etc.

    Any recommendations or tips appreciated?!

    Thanks SF
    Why not go for a 767 as it's supported by Leveld767 software, with full functions and for hardware there is openvockpits with SIOC and Lekseecon for free. Full cad drawings available as well for cpp00omplete cockpit
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    Re: 757 simulator software for home build

    Hi Geoff

    Thanks for the reply.

    I will certainly look into that. I think the hardware is much the same anyway.

    SF