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Only to the US? Damn you! ;) But I understand, being military equipment and all :)

 

But seriously, how are you other US guys around here thinking? Why aren't you all crazy to get your hands on it? ;) I wouldn't hesitate!

 

As a side note, tomorrow I am fetching the PCB's that will control instruments like this!

Digital-to-Synchro converter for interfacing real aircraft instruments - Thread

 

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Only to the US? Damn you! ;) But I understand, being military equipment and all :)

 

But seriously, how are you other US guys around here thinking? Why aren't you all crazy to get your hands on it? ;) I wouldn't hesitate!

 

As a side note, tomorrow I am fetching the PCB's that will control instruments like this!

 

Cause I'm looking into using multi-monitors for stuff like that. My pit is a newer gen pit, that's why I don't buy stuff like that. And I have kids and a wife....so they take all my money. I'm sure their are some people out there that want it, maybe they just haven't seen it yet.

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And I have kids and a wife....so they take all my money.

 

Haha, that was the most understandable reason! ;)

Digital-to-Synchro converter for interfacing real aircraft instruments - Thread

 

Check out my High Input Count Joystick Controller for cockpit builders, with support for 248 switches, 2 POV hats and 13 analog axes. Over 60 units sold. - B256A13

 

www.novelair.com - The world's most realistic flight simulators of the J35J Draken and the AJS37 Viggen.

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And the same with me. :) Unfortunatly, I do have a bunch of other guages I've been accumulating. Don't know how I'm going to interface them yet, but I have them. It's one of those "one of these days" project. What I really need are the T guages. I have the engines, but the Ts are the expensive ones! ;)

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