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    Wink Here comes another one!!

    Just thought I'd do as suggested and say hello as I too have been bitten! What starts out as a slight interest turns into a major life change. Oh well, you could get up to worse I suppose. I've been reading these forums and getting great ideas for years now so I just wanted to say hello and offer my meager attempt at sim building.

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    Ken
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    1000+ Poster - Fantastic Contributor Bob Reed's Avatar
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    Hi Ken. And welcome to the loony bin! what are you going to build? We are always interested in hearing what other builders are doing! Lots of good stuff in here just look around and when you have a few, post some pics!
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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Trevor Hale's Avatar
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    Excellent. A PC12 will be quite neat to see.

    I have had a look at your site, I am eager to see pictures of your monitors and everything installed in the MIP.

    Keep up the great work.

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    Boeing 777 Builder


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    Thanks guys. Yes my sim is loosely based on the PC12 but with leanings towards the Kingair. As I explain on the website, I really wanted to be flexible enough to fly almost anything. I have new pics ready to update my site, but just haven't got around to posting them. Been too busy plugging in switches to my IO cards and building autopilots etc. I got a sudden burst of enthusiasm and ran with it. I'll try and put some pix on this site though.

    Ken.

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    He Ken.. your site is great! Love what you have done so far! When you get those bursts.. You need to run with them. My 737 was nothing but a pile of stored junk just before Christmas.. Now it is a flying 737.
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    FYI.

    I've just updated my site with the latest build photos. All coming along quite nicely.

    Ken.