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Video of a flight in my Boeing 737-800 cockpit

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Oh dear... that makes my Saitek Yoke, Throttle and Rudder pedals with TrackIr look like default 737 next to PMDG one.... 

 

I am SO impressed. 


Tomasz Zawadzki

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That's awesome. How many computers are running this rig?

 

4 high end computers that I built, one driving the Sim-Avionics software and then one each running Prepar3D for each of the 70" 4k TV's using WideView.

 

David

Thanks guys.

 
One of my goals for this year is to find someone local with more knowledge of flying the 737 (preferably a real 737 pilot or ex-pilot) who would be interested in flying in the FO position to extend my knowledge and also I think it would also make the video's even more interesting.  I still need to install a second set of rudder pedals in the FO position, but that should happen by March.
 
At some point I also want to make a video giving a tour of my setup.
 
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Just published the first part in a series of short videos covering the basic procedures I use in my Boeing 737-800 cockpit.

 

I anticipate releasing each part on a weekly basis.

 

Not sure how useful or interesting they are to people, but at least they give a closeup view of different areas of my simulator.

 

Here is the link https://youtu.be/taJlfN7Ca9w

 

David

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Very nice David, thanks so much for posting these video's there very informative. Most of us can only wish for something like this.

 

Cheers

Martin

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That's awesome. How many computers are running this rig?

 

4 Computers, 1 for each 4k TV and one for Sim-A.

 

David

Just published the first part in a series of short videos covering the basic procedures I use in my Boeing 737-800 cockpit.

 

I anticipate releasing each part on a weekly basis.

 

Not sure how useful or interesting they are to people, but at least they give a closeup view of different areas of my simulator.

 

Here is the link https://youtu.be/taJlfN7Ca9w

 

David

 

 

Part 2 now published  https://youtu.be/4JCND2WXp2w

 

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Thanks

 

David

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Whereabouts in California are you David?


Angelo Cosma
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I have to admit, when I first saw the video I thought you was in the real deal (airplane) but as far as sims go, you have the real deal.


Aaron Tirrell

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