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Thread: Aircraft Cockpit Sections/Instrument Panel Projects Part 2

  1. #121
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    Yes me too ... I try to do that this week !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mirage3B View Post
    Some news concerning my Mirage III panel, I have get a HUD very heavy part of my panel
    HUD?? Shouldn't we simply call this a gunsight?

    Laurent

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    Yes ... you have right ! but it was the grand father of HUD
    and it will be hard enough for electronical knowledge

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    Matt, his Canberra and Lightning cockpits make it into the Sunday papers....

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    Oh no not ~another~ separate thread about Newark (the unfriendly museum) !

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    Quote Originally Posted by airmanual View Post
    HUD?? Shouldn't we simply call this a gunsight?
    Would it not be a Pilot Attack Sight on that period of aircraft?
    It sits between GGS gunsights and HUDS, uses information fed from weapon computing modules, but doesn't present flight data like the HUD.

    Nice item though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Ruskin View Post
    Matt, his Canberra and Lightning cockpits make it into the Sunday papers....

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    lol build a complete Canbarra in the garden that could be interesting........what planet are these reporters on

    all the best Matt

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    Anyone interested in a Project pannel from RAF Tucano ZF200? It's a bare pannel but in excellent condition.
    Sea Harrier FA2 ZD614. Parts always wanted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Ruskin View Post
    Matt, his Canberra and Lightning cockpits make it into the Sunday papers....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pure Lightning View Post
    lol build a complete Canbarra in the garden that could be interesting........what planet are these reporters on

    all the best Matt

    Congrats on the write up anyway Matt

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    As previously mentioned.
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    Sea Harrier FA2 ZD614. Parts always wanted!

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    Anyone feeling brave?
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    Jet Provost T3 Panel

    I feel a bit of a cheat here, but I just bought this one.

    A Jet Provost T3 panel


    I have the Oxygen regs for the sub-panels that hang off the main panel & go just above the Pilots & Student's knees. Does anyone have the empty panels ( or a pattern ? ).



    I got hooked after buying this & have started in a (small way) on a JP-T5 panel...


    Then to top it all, I've also agreed to buy a full Javelin MK 9 centre panel, which I'm hoping to extend in various directions.

    I have the AP's for MK 3 / 5 & 9 Javelins ( dad flew them ), but unfortunately the Front Cockpit Centre view is missing from the MK 9. Anyone out there got one ? ( Index for Fig 3 is also on the backside )

    Don't tell the wife, she'll never notice !


    Steve
    Last edited by stevew62; 6th February 2012 at 18:15. Reason: Carn't spel propurly

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    Thats a very nice panel and collection you have there. And no mate your not a cheat. Just keep collecting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyvernfan View Post
    Congrats on the write up anyway Matt
    Cheers mate ...iam just connecting the Avons as we speak lol:diablo:

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevew62 View Post
    I feel a bit of a cheat here, but I just bought this one. A Jet Provost T3 panel...
    Now what you need Mr W' is a Piston Provost main panel to go with it :diablo:



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    Quote Originally Posted by stevew62 View Post
    [FONT="Verdana"][COLOR="DarkRed"]I feel a bit of a cheat here, but I just bought this one.

    A Jet Provost T3 panel
    Very nice!

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    Hello,
    Good job today my gunsight is lit... it is really beautiful.
    I found the pins for the light and for the gyro
    Through the window you can see a roll bar and the heading
    I took a picture for you.
    The next step will be to connect my attitude indicateur (ADI) but it is hard, because it is synchro/resolver technology
    If anybody have an idea...
    Bye


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Ruskin View Post
    Now what you need Mr W' is a Piston Provost main panel to go with it :diablo:
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    Thanks for the suggestion Mr T. Lemme finish what I've started then I'll come back to you.

    I have the Pilots Notes for a Provost T1, so I at least know what the target would be in this case.

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    Would any of you kind souls have an image of the Stick Shaker Cancel Buttons from a Jetstream T1 LH Instrument panel please? (A part number would be even better but I mustn't be greedy!)

    Thanks in advance!
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    Wanted Hunter T7 glass and nose

    Greetings all,

    'Lakes Lightnings' have recently 'aquired' Hunter T7 XL609 cockpit from the E site!

    We are now looking out for a T7 canopy, the front 4 screens and any part of the nose to extend it to original length.

    Our plan is to have it as a empty, externally pleasing complete nose.

    Our plan was to have T birds of each of our main types, which we now have....
    Harrier T4/Lightning T55/ Hunter T7 all up in The Lakes.

    We are also looking out for a JP4 CWP (XS181) and some Canberra instrumentation for WK122.

    The Sukhoi 7 burnt out nose from Robertsbridge joins us 'up't north' next week.
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    'Lakes Lightnings' F1aXM172,F6XS922,F6/3 hybrid XS897, T55-715, JP4 XS181, SU-7,Canberra WK122,Hunters WT711, T7s XL609&XL618, Harriers GR3 XZ131&T4

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    Steve W 62

    I've sent you a PM, I hope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunsen Honeydew View Post
    Steve W 62

    I've sent you a PM, I hope.
    I've replied. See you at cockpitfest ?

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    Somebody on the forum was looking for EFA602 belt buckles-still need em? Send me a PM

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    @WB556 How much you looking for please?

    Does anyone know of any Bulldog / Chipmunk or similar cockpit sections currently on the market please?

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    There was a Chipmunk on eBay very recently. Anone know if it sold?

    Edit: Just found it and yes it did I'm afraid - £970.
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    Aircraft Panels

    Hi, Can anyone ID these panels. I inherited them with some parts for my Oxford project. The only number stamped on the back is CA313 for the pair and B85461-1 for the triangular one. They look to be of British origin but the parts were sourced from Australia if that's any clue. Sorry for the poor photo quality.
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    Hi all,

    Can anybody recommend a company (or individual) where I may be able to get some panels cut? We need to have some new engineers instrument made for the Shackleton T4 cockpit.

    Kind regards,

    Rich
    Last edited by richw_82; 26th March 2012 at 13:21.

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    I would get it drawn up on your computer in a suitable format (.dxf file say) using a CAD program (TurboCAD, AutoCAD) and email it out for quotes from waterjet/laser cutting companies which are to be found on the internet.

    The way I reduced the cost of my Lancaster panel was to get more than one quote, choose a local company, free-issue the material, collect the job in person and have only the pilot holes for bolts drilled. Happy to recommend them if you like but you will probably want to get it done somewhere local.

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    Thanks for the advice Smirky, looks like I might have to get someone else on our team to run with this one, as thats beyond me in computer terms! I can honestly say CAD is something I've never really used.

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    Rare SU-7 has moved north

    Rare SU-7 cockpit moved north to The Lakes last week.

    It came from that superb museum facility at Robertsbridge...what a treasure trove that place is ...well done all.. well worth a visit....before that, it was rescued the day after it was burnt at the fire ground at Farnbrorough.

    Does anyone have any pics of this machine in its glory or any of its history??
    I know virtually nothing about her.

    All I know is is its ex Egyptian AF and it was complete when it first came to the UK back in ?????whenever.

    Fly Safe all...
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    'Lakes Lightnings' F1aXM172,F6XS922,F6/3 hybrid XS897, T55-715, JP4 XS181, SU-7,Canberra WK122,Hunters WT711, T7s XL609&XL618, Harriers GR3 XZ131&T4

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    Vulcan Throttle quadrant available

    Hello again all,

    Ive just been informed of a Vulcan throttle quadrant that may be available out there for someones project.

    Anyone interested in talking about it, pm me please.
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