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Xplane as platform for home made cockpit

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Hey guys, I asked on xplane forums but I had no feedback so I will try here.

I've doing some work in a B737NG cockpit with FSX and simconnect, I have made some progress but FSX is really unstable, and considering is not longer being developed that can only change to worse.

 

So, what I would like to know about xplane is:

 

- Does it come with a SDK?

- Does it have a decent B737NG? (Either default or addon).

 

Thanks in advance!

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You haven't been able to have much success with the PMDG 737? What sort of hardware are you using in your build? If you are planning on using a lot of Flight Deck Solutions equipment then their proprietary avionics suite might be a good option to run on your build.

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You haven't been able to have much success with the PMDG 737? What sort of hardware are you using in your build? If you are planning on using a lot of Flight Deck Solutions equipment then their proprietary avionics suite might be a good option to run on your build.

 

Hi! Yes, PDMG 737 is great but FSX is not, I just need a more stable platform

Hardware is custom, I'm building the panels myself.

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One thing to look into would be running a project magenta system into plane. I think they are very well respected in the home cockpit field, and I believe their system runs into basically all of the standard sims (FSX,P3D,Xplane). I would highly suggest X-plane 10. I picked it up a year ago from FSX and couldn't be happier.

 

http://www.projectmagenta.com

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Thanks, I'm not sure if it suits my needs but anyway I contacted them some time ago and it is just too expensive, I can't afford it.

 

Getting back on topic, I guess my questions about xplane have negative answers, or I would have received some answers on their forum.

It seems P3D is the only choice that left

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