168: Centurion T210 Attitude & RPM Gauges

    

Here are two more gauges for the Centurion T210.     Will stop updating the remainings for a moment.   It’s quite exhausting.

Subscribers of this blog can send me a request for the download link via the COMMENTS section below.

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32 thoughts on “168: Centurion T210 Attitude & RPM Gauges

  1. Hi Mario and Tom

    Happy New Year. I hoped one of you might be able to help me out with a little request please….

    I’m trying to recreate a PA44 Piper Seminole in FSX for IFR training purposes. I stared with ‘fsxpipsm’ PA44 by Rien Cornelissen and have for the most part replicated the PA44 to be used (ZK-MBV). The only thing I can find/configure is a ‘twin needle’ RPM gauge. None of the other a/c in my FSX installation seem to have one and I can’t find one on-line! I’m also looking for a dual needle ADF.

    Would you mind me requesting a copy of your ‘twin / dual needle’ RPM gauge plesae? Any help will be gratefully received. I’ve no idea where to even start creating one from scratch.

    Many thanks for any help.
    Glen

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    1. Hi Glen,
      Happy New Year. For the moment, I have created gauges for single engine aircrafts only. I don’t have any gauges for dual engine.
      Do search on the internet. I remember I saw some dual needle gauges somewhere.
      Tom

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  2. Hello Tom,
    Please I would like you to also send the following gauges :
    Centurion T210 Attitude & RPM
    Thank you for your work Tom
    Alain

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  3. Please send me your Attitude, Vertical Speed, RPM and other any new gauges. They look great. Is it possible for me to post a picture of my cockpit? I’m running 10 FIP and your older gauges look terrific on my set up.

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    1. No probblem and it’s been sent. Perhaps opening a section showing setup of subscribers isn’t a bad idea. Yes, please send over your cockpit photo and I’ll see what I can do.

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      1. Yes, seems like a year, not sure though. Your post’s on the T210 prompted me to put my system back together and purchase the T210. I really enjoy it again, believe I still need the Airspeed Indicator if you would.

        Thanks again for your dedication and time.
        Rick S.

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  4. Thanks. Great work there. Works great in my setup. I just added two more FIPs – 8 total now and I added the BIP.

    The next time you get bored and want to create a new gauge – how about a combo Manifold Pressure and RPM? You might even want to make dual needles just in case you decide to upgrade to one of the Twin Cessnas one day.

    Ray

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    1. I can help Tom here Ray, I got one for Turbo Prop single and double and it has 9 gauges plus landing gear and trim indicator on one FIP gauge.
      Nice looking too!!

      Mario

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