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Pilot Panel DWG or Step File for G3X and G5

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I am wondering if anyone has a drawing , DWG file, Step File or DFX file to cut out the left hand pilot panel on a CNC. Ideally I want to mount the 10 inch G3X, G5 and either GFC-500 or JPI-930 on the panel. Has anyone done that? Pictures would help to.

 

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I don't have the drawing but this is what it looks like in an '86 252.  The GFC500 controller is in line with the switches just above the throttle.   That is an EDM900 not a 930

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I don't have the drawing but this is what it looks like in an '86 252.  The GFC500 controller is in line with the switches just above the throttle.   That is an EDM900 not a 930

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I’d like to do something very similar, except my 900 will be in portrait orientation, probably move G5 to the left side.

I will also replace the expensive switch/breakers with generic rocker switches and standard pull circuit breakers.

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14 hours ago, PJClark said:

I don't have the drawing but this is what it looks like in an '86 252.  The GFC500 controller is in line with the switches just above the throttle.   That is an EDM900 not a 930

IMG_20200203_115509095_HDR.jpg

That is beautiful!! Who did the installation for you? I really like the location of the JPI and autopilot controller. Thanks for sharing the picture- very nice!

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