Mark Jones' KR-2S Instrument Panel.
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Above you see my completed instrument panel and below is a photo of my mp3 player plugged into an amplifier which hooks to my headset. It is nice to listen to music or the radio.
My nearly completed cockpit and instrument panel. I only need to add the fuel gauges and mount the handheld transceiver.
1-7-01. The instrument panel is made from 1/4" spruce plywood and will be coated with four coats of polyurethane. The instruments will be mounted with the flanges on the front side of the panel. By doing this, the panel cutouts are not as critical, instruments can be removed from the front, plus I think it gives the panel a unique look. This will also be a removable panel.
1-7-01. The basic VFR instruments have been added along with a couple of engine guages. Compass, Air Speed, Altimiter, Turn & Bank, Vertical Speed, Manifold Pressure. RPM and Oil Temp.
1-7-01. Here you can see the fuel sight guage in the center of the panel.
1-7-01. This is an excellent shot of the cockpit area. You are able to see the beginning of the forward deck which is the blue foam behind the instrument panel.
1-7-01. Here you can see the fuse panel has been added to the lower right instrument panel. Also, the glassed forward deck is visible in this photo.
The rear of my instrument panel.

I used the shelf to house the two coils, coil switcher, resistor, voltage regulator and radio linear amplifier.