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  1. t28pilot

    Carenado Navajo install

    Jean-Luc, I seem to have this working now! Wonderful product! I am building a Navajo cockpit to help me stay sharp during times of bad weather. I am a real-world pilot flying with RXP along with the simwarekit.com 530 it is a great experience!
  2. Hello RXP, I seem to have this same thing going on. RXP is a wonderful tool! IMO mostly accurate except for a few tweaks that should be accomplished. Is this something that is being looked at? I haven't seen a post on this thread for a while so I thought I'd chime in as well.
  3. Hello, I just recently purchased the RealityXP 530 and don't believe it is functioning properly. I also have simwarekits 530 hardware installed and it works great with XP stock 530. But after discussing the RXP with others, I made the purchase. I am flying the Carenado Navajo. I can get the 530 repositioned onto the SWK's 530. However, I do not see anywhere how to allow the rxp 530 to intercept "all of the default X-Plane GPS commands". Also, how do I know if I properly installed the RXP? The last screen that came up froze up and didn't finish....so I just closed it out thinking that it may have installed. Please help. Scott
  4. t28pilot

    New Purchase

    Hello, I recently, yesterday, purchased the rxp530 for my cockpit build and nowhere can I find how to intercept all of the default X-Plane GPS commands like the directions state. Background: I purchased simwarekits stand alone GPS, assembled the kit and want to control the 530 through the simwarekit's buttons. It works through X-Planes's standard 530 but not the rxp 530. For reference the simwarekits 530 can be located here http://www.simwarekits.com/. Quite a new remarkable stand alone GPS unit. You buy the kit, have the parts 3D printed locally, assemble it yourself and bingo! Close to the real thing! Please help! Scott