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Hi everyone,Having successfully added the realityxp 430 to the fs2004 mooney (thanks again Bert), I now wanr to add the reality gauges. I have read the reality info, but cannot find anywhere the gauge names that I need to be able put them into the VC. Iam not bothered about the 2D panel. If someone could point me in the right direction I would appreciate it.Many thanks in advanceSteve

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Hi everyone,Having successfully added the realityxp 430 to the fs2004 mooney (thanks again Bert), I now wanr to add the reality gauges. I have read the reality info, but cannot find anywhere the gauge names that I need to be able put them into the VC. Iam not bothered about the 2D panel. If someone could point me in the right direction I would appreciate it.Many thanks in advanceSteve
Suggest reading the RXP Gauges Services Manual, look for "gauges characteristics"To get you started.. here is a retrofit for the FSX C172:[VCockpit01]....gauge00=Cessna!Nav_GPS_Annunciator, 69,457, 20, 19gauge01=rxpfln!VOR1, 259, 1,140,140gauge02=Cessna!Nav GPS Switch, 45,456, 20, 21gauge03=rxpfln!ADF, 259,283,145,145gauge04=Cessna172!EGT_Fuel_Flow, 400,109,107,107gauge05=Cessna172!Fuel, 400, 1,107,107gauge06=Cessna182s!Oil_Press_Temp, 405,325,107,107gauge07=Cessna!OMI_Lights, 0,456, 44, 24gauge08=Cessna!Vacuum_Ampermeter, 405,217,107,107gauge09=Cessna!Annunciator, 0,481, 99, 25//gauge10=Cessna172!Whiskey_Compass, 100,456, 56, 39gauge10=Cessna172!Whiskey_Compass, 100,454, 56, 41gauge11=rxpfln!VOR2, 259,142,140,140...[VCockpit02]...gauge00=rxpFLT!Gyro, 0, 0,163,162gauge01=rxpFLT!TurnCoordinator, 164, 0,158,158gauge02=rxpFLT!Attitude, 323, 0,158,158gauge03=rxpFLT!Altimeter, 0,163,158,156gauge04=rxpFLT!Airspeed, 164,159,155,155gauge05=rxpFLT!VerticalSpeed, 323,159,156,157....

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Thanks for the info Bert. Appreciate you have probably answered this question a million times before Big%20Grin.gifSteve

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Thanks for the info Bert. Appreciate you have probably answered this question a million times before Big%20Grin.gifSteve
No problem... BTW, do try the C172 retrofit, it really makes that cockpit look good!

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