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  • Birthday 08/06/1983

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  1. I followed the installation instructions included with v1.8 of the mod pack. To get the GTN in the PC-12 you have to run "F1GTN750PC12.exe" which will be located in the SimObjects\Airplanes\Carenado PC12 folder. This will install the GTN into the PC-12 automatically.
  2. 4.2 hours. From KBLI to KPHX. With the mod pack, this aircraft is almost spot on for performance in the sim vs. the actual aircraft.
  3. Yes, I am running V2 of the PC-12 with the current version of the mod pack, which is V1.8. Now that the GTN is available for P3D4 I can finally use this bird in all its glory. Flew from KBLI to KPHX (just a hair over four hours) last night and everything was golden.
  4. I have been using the performance mods by Autogyro and Bert in v4 without any issues at all. Just waiting for the GTN and this thing will be close to perfect.
  5. Excellent news!! Thank you for the update.
  6. I'm sure there are a few users of the Virtual Avionics suite who, like myself, will be migrating to Prepar3d V4 in the coming weeks. I curious to know if the VAInterface is slated to be updated to work with P3DV4? I personally use the 737 MCP, EFIS, and Virtual CDU in V3 and would very much like to be able to use them in V4. Thanks!!
  7. All of the cable sleeving supplies are from MainFrameCustoms, same place you're getting your cables from. I'm using the Telios sleeving, as opposed to the paracord. I decided to go with a heatshrink-less design and its easier to do with the Telios than the paracord. The 24 pin cable took about 8-10 hours to make from start to finish and its about 30 inches long. Here's an upclose photo of the 24 pin whie I was sewing it together:
  8. Here we go Rich. This is just one side of the case. I have to build the second side which will run my Sandy Bridge setup. The X99 set-up is black and white, my camera rendered the white LED strip lighting with a slight purple hue. Everything here is all custom built, including the wiring, which has been sleeved and cable sewn. The cooling system and fans are all automatically controlled and monitored by an Aquacomputer Aquaero 6 Pro.
  9. Keep up the good work Rich, it's looking beautiful. Water cooling a computer is as much a labor of love as it is art. I just finished my X99 5930K/Titan build in a Caselabs TX10D last week. It's a lot of work but the end results are going to be worth it.
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