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  1. Pete, I am in the process of building a 737 Max cockpit. The MIP is a Flight Deck Solutions product. The avionics software is Sim-A. But I am interested in utilizing more affordable products for the Overhead, Pedestal, and Pedestal. I know that since Sim-A is 100% seamlessly compatible with "ALL" FDS products, there is no issue regarding integration pf hardware peripherals. But if I decide to use, as an example, products from Sim World, Sismo-Soluciones, Open Cockpits, etc., for the hardware peripherals, I need to know that I can get them integrated with no problems. I posed a question to
  2. I will take a second look. And I do not fly any default aircraft. I may have to slide one over from my AI folder, for that is where I put them, and see if I get the same results. Thanks for replying Pete. Stephen
  3. Pete, I am running P3Dv4.3 w/ FSUIPC v5.14. I am having a strange problem. I do not know where to turn to fix it. Can't seem to figure out where the settings are wrong. My nose steers opposite of my rudder deflection! (PMDG 737NGX). If I look at the "Tiller" upon rudder deflection, it also indicates the opposite of the rudder pedals. Ultimately I would like to have a separate tiller command, with no rudder operation on the ground. Regards, Stephen
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    Falcon 7X

    I am having a sound issue with the Falcon 7X. I start my flight parked cold and dark, and I am getting a loud external noise. Sounds like one engine running. Anyone know how to eleiminate the loud sound? Also., right engine spin animation not showing when engine is running. Regards, Stephen
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