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DC-9-41 panel project....

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Hello,Are there any among us who have ever piloted the DC-9?Attached is a screenshot of a -41 panel I've been working on for a while and I am looking for assistance with how the real airplane works. Mostly I need technical assistance on the functionality of the real gauges.I have posted several questions to this forum about XML programming with great success. (thanks to all who have helped me)Is there anyone who would like to assist me with this project or can point me to a source of DC-9 technical info? (Note: I'm already corresponding with Stellan Hilmerby, but we only manage about 1 email exchange every several weeks.)Thanks,John

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Same here...looks awsmoe, but i dont know anything abuot hte Dc9:(

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Yes, this is really great!Littlebit different from yours, I have plan (or hope) to make MD90 panel with FMS and ND. I'm just finished basic caliculation for navigation system and GPWS. Also I have few of information about real MD90.

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Check out the Flight 1 forums and resources for their DC-9 aircraft (commercial). There are a number of links to POHs, thrust and EPR tables etc.

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H,I just spent about an hour in the Flight1 forums and could not find any links to EPR tables. Also, I performed many keyword searches that did not produce anything useful.Could you point me to a specific link on that site, or elsewhere.Thanks,John

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Hi,I guess you already know that Stellan is updating his DC9-41 panel.Anyway, for all of you who don

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