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Bell Jetranger cockpit dimensions

 
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 15, 2003 6:27 pm    Post subject: Bell Jetranger cockpit dimensions Reply with quote



Hi,

I'm considering building a full-size cockpit replica of the Jetranger in
my garage, and running MS Flight Sim visuals through a projector.
However one of my initial stumbling blocks is obtaining data about the
internal dimensions of the cockpit (eg rudder pedal dimensions, distance
from pedals to seat, pedal throw, collective mounting point, height of
seat, width of instrument panel etc etc).

Can anyone recommend a good source for this type of information? If you
have any data or recommendations please email me using the address above
(removing 'NOSPAM' of course).

Thanks in advance all

Hugh


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Andrew Crane
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2003 9:49 am    Post subject: Re: Bell Jetranger cockpit dimensions Reply with quote




"HW" <h_webster (AT) NOSPAMtoday (DOT) com.au> wrote

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Hi,

I'm considering building a full-size cockpit replica of the Jetranger in
my garage, and running MS Flight Sim visuals through a projector.
However one of my initial stumbling blocks is obtaining data about the
internal dimensions of the cockpit (eg rudder pedal dimensions, distance
from pedals to seat, pedal throw, collective mounting point, height of
seat, width of instrument panel etc etc).

Interesting post. MSFS has a really bad flight model for all of its helis.
I'd suggest x-plane which although the scenery outside the airports isn't
remotely accurate, it is infinitely superior to MSFS in its flight models.
(OK so some third party add-on planes might not be as accurate but the ones
it ships with are good).

http://www.bellhelicopter.textron.com/CBU/aircraft/commercial/pdf/rz206B3ProSpec03_web.pdf
will give you some dimensions.

Regards
Andrew


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