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I have been working on a fully switchable Mi-24 pit for nearly 4 years, in anticipation of eventually getting the beast in DCS. Full thread here. 

It is already 90% ready, and currently working as a Mi-8 cockpit. Apart from the breakers, I can do a full cold start, the radios are all functional, ARK-15 functional (though a DCS update broke that last year), Doppler NAV fully working, weapons panel wired and ready (with some Mi-8 bindings in use), Fire Extinguisher panel working, etc.

 

I still need to wire up the gun-sight, build switches for the gauges, (gauges are dummies, but switches will work), add a Flare Dispense button to left panel, add (annoyingly) a switch to the engines management panel, add authentic pedals with their trimming system, etc.

 

So bring it on Eagle Dynamics! I cannot wait to get this Hunchback Glass Crocodile flying and firing!

 

 

 

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Custom Mi-24 pit with magnetic braked cyclic and collective. See it here: Molevitch Mi-24 Pit.

 

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Amazing work, well done!

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On 4/9/2021 at 9:10 AM, molevitch said:

I have been working on a fully switchable Mi-24 pit for nearly 4 years, in anticipation of eventually getting the beast in DCS. Full thread here. 

It is already 90% ready, and currently working as a Mi-8 cockpit. Apart from the breakers, I can do a full cold start, the radios are all functional, ARK-15 functional (though a DCS update broke that last year), Doppler NAV fully working, weapons panel wired and ready (with some Mi-8 bindings in use), Fire Extinguisher panel working, etc.

 

I still need to wire up the gun-sight, build switches for the gauges, (gauges are dummies, but switches will work), add a Flare Dispense button to left panel, add (annoyingly) a switch to the engines management panel, add authentic pedals with their trimming system, etc.

 

So bring it on Eagle Dynamics! I cannot wait to get this Hunchback Glass Crocodile flying and firing!

 

 

 

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625B9C7E-AF8B-4B84-9E63-A4CF99622717.jpeg

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Impressive work. Would definitely love to see more.

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