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    Boeing BR Simulations??

    Hi there!!

    Do anyone in here have some experiences with the BR Simulations T/Q.?
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    http://www.hesimpanels.com/catalog/p...44&language=en

    If so, I would be glad if you'd like to shere them with me, 'couse I'm planning to buy there throttle, and I can't find very much of info or reviews about it?

    (If my english is bad, it's probably becouse I'm Danish, hehe... )

    Cheers!!

    Jesper.

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    As far as I know, they are not allowed to export to other countries because of some strange government rules

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    Looks strange..I wonder how are they going to recover their cost?

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    Hmm... Do you guys know about any other places who to get a 737 throttle for a resonable price??

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    i guess one is available at www.symulatory.com

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    Do you know how much it costs, and is it p'n'p ready, USB etc.?

    It looks nice though with those trimweels!

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    You can also send mail to www.simparts.de and www.cockpitsonic.de .

    Cockpitsonic has just delivered a PnP TQ to a friend of mine. It is not displayed on their web-page yet. Sorry I dont have any pictures of it. But he told me he was using it ten minutes after unwrapping the package.

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    OMG! That is expesive! I don't think I can affort that

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    If you're handy in the shop (if you aren't, you really should learn) you could pick up a 737 TQ and modify it for either NG, or leave it as-is and add the required electronics to get it to function in the sim. THis option is cheaper than buying a commercially manufactured TQ, although it is quite a bit of work. The money you save is called 'sweat equity'

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