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Harrier Throttle WIP


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Nice, it seems like a real harrier part.

 

 

 

It is, from Harrier GR1\GR3 XW630 :)

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PC specs:- Intel 386DX, 2mb memory, onboard graphics, 14" 640x480 monitor

Modules owned:- Bachem Natter, Cessna 150, Project Pluto, Sopwith Snipe

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Built a mount for the throttle box, position sensors tested and working, next will be a console and the radar\nav controller which sits behind the throttle.

Managed to find an almost correct landing gear switch last week too.

 

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PC specs:- Intel 386DX, 2mb memory, onboard graphics, 14" 640x480 monitor

Modules owned:- Bachem Natter, Cessna 150, Project Pluto, Sopwith Snipe

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Harrier Throttle WIP

 

Very nice work.

What dampers did you use? Are they expensive? (I want one for a heli colective...)

 

 

 

I used “new and used” Honeywell SPST switches, I bought those on eBay but there is a lot of other brands and cheaper options.

 

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o, sorry, i ment the long yellow cilinders,

 

In OP pictures looks like motorcycle steering dampers, like the ones that people used install in Slaw (and others) rudder pedals.

 

You find this damper in eBay, Aliexpress for reasonable prices.

 

But could be too "linear potentiometer", what is very expensive.

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Linear-Potentiometer-Position-Travel-Sensor-with-Rod-End-Joints-0-to-8-Range-/331032223707

 

https://www.te.com/usa-en/products/sensors/position-sensors/potentiometric-sensors/linear-displacement-sensors-potentiometer.html?tab=pgp-story

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