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Old 02-15-2017, 03:48 AM
YvesCH YvesCH is offline
 
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Location: Basel, Switzerland
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I have a 7" G3X Touch Panel installed for the rear passenger. Configured as a second PFD - it should allow the person in the back to use the autopilot as well tuning the COM and XPDR. To attach the panel I have welded some distance blocks on the seatbelt attachment to have some "meat" for the threads. The seatbelts for the pilot are then attached normally. I have also a fully equipped rear stick and a flap switch on the backseat panel. The grounds for those functions are over a switch in the front so I can disconnect the functions of the rear stick and flap switch .

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RV-8 QB #83458 in Progress
Empennage done, Wings mostly done, Fuselage in Progress.
planned: IO-360, Catto 3 blade, G3X touch
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Old 02-22-2017, 05:49 PM
Brent Brent is offline
 
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Location: Hanover, Pa
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Default Back seat instruments

I am using GRT for the front for my second RV. GRT is a fantastic company. for the backseat ILevil AW with an IPad. The ILevil has a WAAS GPS and flight instruments will supply several other units via WIFI.
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