Many people love the Cessna Cockpit Organizer and see the tremendous utility and storage it instantly adds to any aircraft.
I’ve been asked if I can customize the Cockpit Organizer, and the answer is You Bet!
For examples of custom Cockpit Organizers people have requested, see the image galleries at the bottom of this page.
From a Rockwell Commander to a pilot who wanted a custom armrest adapter, I’ve assisted pilots with one-off Cockpit Organizers.
There is no custom Cockpit Organizer project that can’t be completed with the application of time and money.
I realize every situation is unique and different. Therefore, it is impossible to give a flat rate for each custom Cockpit Organizer. The finished price ultimately depends on the complexity of the customization requested.
Sometimes the customization is an adjustment to the current units and that is the least expensive option. Other times a complex request requires a new set of engineering drawings.
But as a general rule of thumb, a customized Cockpit Organizer will cost at least $100 more than a stock Cockpit Organizer. That is a small price to pay for the unique organization solution and storage you want for your special airplane.
How to Get a Custom Cockpit Organizer for Any Airplane
- Start by clicking here to contact me.
- Once you authorize me to move forward we will trade rough drawings of what you are looking for.
- Once you approve the rough drawings the design will be made into a CAD drawing by an engineer and you will be sent the drawing for final approval. The drawing step generally takes one week. You should expect a charge of $150 for drawings.
- Production will start on your special custom Cockpit Organizer. Production generally takes two to three weeks. For most custom Cockpit Organizers the charge is around $400 since these are unique Cockpit Organizers that are individually produced from uniquely cut components.
- Your Custom Cockpit Organizer will be shipped UPS ground for you to love and enjoy.
Examples of Custom Cockpit Organizers
Rockwell Shrike Commander
This pilot was looking for a Cockpit Organizer that would hold critical aircraft manuals in large binders close at hand. This larger twin-engine aircraft had wider space between the front seats and a larger fire extinguisher that required a handle cutout. He also wanted fewer pencil holders and a slot to hold a cellphone. Finally, he wanted handles on each side to lift the Cockpit Organizer out of the way. But we left the cable compartment on the front.
1979 TR182 Turbo Retractable Cessna 182 Skylane
This pilot wanted something very specific for his TR182. He wanted a taller Cockpit Organizer so he could put an armrest on the top that he could open to access compartments. He also added USB charge ports on the back and headset jacks to the side on the back for rear-seat passengers. Finally, he had the unit wrapped in leather to compliment his new interior.
The pilot wanted to have an insert he could use to raise the floor of the compartment but add storage underneath. The lid lifts off to access the area underneath and the insert raises water bottles to make them stand proud of the Organizer.
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