If you want to do the same, make sure that
use the Reality XP instruments.
The Jetline 2 configuration is specific to this kind of instrumentation for this
particular plane. Mainly the Attitude indicator is very nice when it fills the
"screensize" of the upper instrument.
To do this, you have to access the config file and asign a letter to each command. Reality xp automaticaly preceeds that with CTRL+Shift. Then in FSCUIP, you can assign the switch to that letter comination. That's it and it works fine, since I use the RP48 to that effect. So I can dial in the range or push in the airport, VOR, INT, or flightplan update.
The other instruments are from Simkits, a Dutch based company who produces instruments based on servomotors. You can either build them yourself as a kit, or buy them ready made. I did this, because it's a lot of money, but it works and I cant's scre up. Anyway, SimKits is a department of TRC Development b.v., who also produce The Real Cockpit complete flight simulators. TRC Development was founded in 1999 and has developed many flight instruments and avionics for the flight simulator industry. More information on Simkits and TRC Development can be found on the web.
I bought an airspeed indicator with a faceplate for higher speeds, an ADF, a turn coordinator, a digital clock, a vertical speed indicator and an altimeter.
The calibration of the instruments is very, very easy. They are working fine and I can assure you that the sense of realism and the degree of immersion in the simulation is second to none (except reality).
Apart from the EFIS instruments from reality XP, I use: