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Planning your instrument panel can be challenging but rewarding. The tubing behind the panel on the Avid can be useful for mounting wiring blocks and supports, but may get in the way of long instruments and radios.
Note the brackets for handheld GPS and radio.
Run out of room? A lower panel around the flap handle provides additional space.
Instruments may be centered for flying from left or right seat.
Note the creative compass mount.
This panel has been mounted lower on the bottom tube and notched at the sides.
Neutral background color on panel.
Kitfoxes tend to be built heavier than Avids. Here's one reason why.
Another neutral panel color.
Note the center mounted engine instruments. Terra radios are long and need behind-panel space.