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    Jasonp
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    Panel Layout Steam Guage

    Customsims steam guage + G600

     

    I own a Grumman Cheetah AA5/G with steam guages and a G430 with a garmin nav/com for the #2 radio/nav.
    The panel that I,m having built by Customsims will be set up so that I can also fly a twin. I have the option to put a G600 on the left side of the panel that would be a nice addition and would provide situational awareness but I’m concerned that it would be a determent for my scan when flying IFR in the real plane.

    I would appreciate any feedback on this subject.

    Thanks

    JasonP

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    #2077
    Basement Fly Guy
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    Holy cow. This looks fantastic. I agree with the thinking on the G600. The sim definitely builds muscle memory. Given that you own a bird if it were me I’d keep it as close to actual as possible. I reach for a non-existent master switch by my left knee in the Warrior more often than I care to say.

    N15JG On PilotEdge

    #2086
    N538TM
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    Jason,

    Are you having them just cut the panel out or will they contain the gauges and switches?

    Tony S

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