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  1. Mar 10, 2011 #21

    PuertoRicoFlyer

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    The panel of my KIS Cruiser. I plan on going glass in the near future.

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  2. Mar 10, 2011 #22

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    here is my Mini-max 1300z panel works just fine for me!
     

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  3. Mar 12, 2011 #23

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    My FW-190 cockpit. (Not complete) 85.jpg
     
  4. Apr 28, 2011 #24

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    Stick grip is from Infinity Aerospace in El Cajon. Throttle is a modified Saitek X-35 computer throttle.
     
  5. May 3, 2011 #25

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    Here is my RV7 panel. Dynon 100/120 glass. Also my Backcountry Super Cub with steam gauges.
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    Here's two of my panels.... One is in my Kolb Firestar II... Not much room , EIS helped get all the info in one place...

    My other panel ( current build ) is the start of my Wittman "Buttercup"

    So Far , all I have in the panel is the Transponder and my Airmap 1000

    I have the other instruments ( Steam ) , But still working on it...
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    Gotta Fly...
    Mike & "Jaz" the Flying Dogz
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    Buttercup - STOL - Aircraft
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    "Buttercup" Building Log

    Buttercup in EAA article


    Firestar I&II - STOL - Aircraft


    Sometimes you just have to take the leap and build your wings on the way down...
     

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  9. Aug 22, 2014 #29

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    Heh. My panel, as recently bought:

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  10. Aug 22, 2014 #30

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    Here's my Fly Baby, after a major electrical rework two years ago.

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    Here's a set of pictures showing a number of other Fly Baby panels:

    Fly Baby Instrument Panels

    Ron Wanttaja
     
  11. Aug 22, 2014 #31

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    Panel of my little single seat Super Cub, (SSSC). The empty space at the lower right side was where the homemade autopilot used to be. Nav-- finger on the chart and the stopwatch. Dan
     

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    Borrowed photo, but this is representative of the panel on one of my planes.

    hall-airspeed-indicator_0.jpg

    (Yes, it is the WHOLE panel!)
     
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    I have never thought about needing a rain gauge before.:roll:
     
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    My Ragwing Duster (RW7) UL.
     
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    Mark Schoening

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    Cassutt..........
     

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    My TL-132 Condor OK-RUA-27.
    Equipped in VFR night lights (red+uv).
     

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  18. Mar 30, 2015 #38

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    My first post on this forum.

    This is the dash of the Ultravia Pelican from my wifes Uncle. We did some overhaul work. The radio still needs to be replaced by a 8,33 kHz. frequency spacing one.
    tn_IMG_8786.jpg

    We changed wiring, stobes and nav lights for LED lights, big paint job, installed a handbraking system and new trottle system.

    It's flying again!

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  19. Mar 31, 2015 #39

    Hugh Lorimer

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    Cockpit of Iolaire and Sgian Dubh
     

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  20. Mar 31, 2015 #40

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    What is the minimum list of instruments for an ultra-light?
    What are the minimum instruments for day VFR?
    What are the minimum instruments for night VFR?
    At what level of sophistication do glass panels become more cost-effective than steam gauges?
    What year did "glass" panels become less expensive than "steam gauges?"
     

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