Category Archives: OEM

  1. Overhead preparation – Wires and switches

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    27. December 2021 by Peter

    It’s now a week since I have came back from the Netherlands with my new (used) overhead. Over the last …
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  2. Overhead overload

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    21. December 2021 by Peter

    So I picked up a used overhead in The Haag, Netherlands last weekend. When I started my cockpit built 9 …
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  3. The overhead has to go

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    21. December 2021 by Peter

    After many years with my homemade overhead I started looking for some sort of substitute. All of a sudden I …
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  4. Two options from here

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    5. April 2021 by Peter

    After struggling a bit with making amount for the eyebrow windows the captains side is now mounted with a snug …
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  5. OEM-Liners, update

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    7. March 2021 by Peter

    I bought a set of real eyebrow windows and OEM-liners. After the initial posting which the unwrapping I have begun …
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  6. I splashed out – Eyebrow windows

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    31. January 2021 by Peter

    Two things always been a struggle in my cockpit build. One thing is too many USB-wires which causes interfere cards …
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  7. Inside a OEM Weather Radar Panel

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    14. January 2021 by Peter

    I bought a real weather radar panel a few years ago and in the process of interfacing it I did …
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  8. Converting OEM audio panel

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    5. January 2021 by Peter

    About a year ago I bought a bunch of different OEM panels – That is real panels from an aircraft.I’ve …
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  9. Prosim Intercom

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    3. May 2020 by Peter

    This is going to be a very long post. It’s mainly a guide for people who want to use the …
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  10. Intercom

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    3. May 2020 by Peter

    So I bought some aviation headsets the other day. More on them in a different post. The thing with aviation …
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