The cabin is fitted with a large instrument panel and
dual controls - accessible from both the left and right seats. The standard center-mounted
control column (stick) can easily be used from either side, and does not limit visibility
of the instrument panel. The dual rudder pedals also steer the nose-wheel (direct
linkage), and are equipped with hydraulic toe-brakes (standard on the pilot’s side).
The stock instrument panel measures nearly 41 inches (104 cm.) across and 11 inches (28 cm.) high, providing plenty of room for custom avionics and IFR instrumentation (depth behind the panel is up to 21 inches / 53 cm.). In the kit, the pre-formed instrument panel bulkhead is supplied in 'blank' form to allow the builder to fully customize the layout of instruments.
The formed instrument panel bulkhead is supplied ‘blank’ to allow builders to fully customize instruments and avionics installations – from basic VFR (visual flight rules) to full IFR (instrument flight rules) custom panels.
The above panel layouts are just sample installations. Many of the circuit breakers and switches can be clustered closer together to yield more panel space for additional avionics. Most builders create their own custom panels, or many avionics shops can put together and wire your full panel.