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The Dakota's Virtual Cockpit and cabin is high resolution, highly detailed, smooth running, and completely interactive and "clickable". All items that are operable in the 2D cockpit are operable in the VC. In addition, you can remove the yokes , raise / lower the sun visors, open the storm window and fold down the rear seats for access to the baggage compartment. Even the doors can be opened with just a click.

Advanced night lighting allows you to separately operate the gauge lights, dome light, cabin light , and for a 1st in FS, you can even dim many of the gauges with a "rheostat" knob!

If you care not to use the VC, you can show / hide it with just a click on our Configuration Control.

Remove the Virtual Cockpit with just a click, even in flight!

 

Please Note:

The real Dakota's (N8086N's) )instrument panel and glare shield is a custom installation that bears little resemblance to the original panel that came with the plane. The work was performed by an avionics shop in 2000, and with additional instrument upgrades added over the years it represents an investment of close to $50,000.

In addition, the real N8086N does not have an ADF, there is a Strike Finder in its place. Out of respect for those FS users who live in countries that depend on ADF navigation we have installed an ADF indicator where the Strike Finder is located. However, the ADF receiver is located only in the pop-up Avionics Window, and is not shown in the VC as there is no room for it in the compact avionics stack that is installed. However see below for a special feature!

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With Yokes visible
With Yokes removed and visors lowered
Gauge Lights only
WithDome Light added
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Left Seat
Right Seat
Now, that's a cockpit!
Reality XP Gauges
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Special Feature!
 
 
 
 
Need more avionics space since the Dakota has no avionics on the right side of the panel? With just a click on the Configuration Control an empty right-side avionics stack appears, complete with empty avionics "trays" (Actually we have started you off by putting the KR87ADF at the top of the stack) . Then, by modifying the Dakota's panel.cfg file you can place gauges over the tray and even use a special "Filler Plate" gauge to cover up unused trays- just as in real life! Even the image of the empty avionics trays comes from the real N8086N's main radio stack to the left.

Screen Shots of the Turbo Dakota will follow!


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