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P3D v4 Pop-up THRUST TEST GAUGE required as "gift"

Hello All,
hoping to find someone generous enough to help me.
I started learning about dynamic design to tune the jet engine portion of an aircraft.
To me is already a challenge because my FS developing knowledge is starting from "ground zero".
To make some flight tests I would need to read the engine net Thrust at different flight conditions (altitude, speed, temperature).
What I'm asking for is a volunteer willing to help me gifting a simple digital net THRUST TEST GAUGE which, as pop-up (shift+9), will be able to read the value in kLb or kN.
This request is not coming from a lazy guy, but trying to do myself would be a newer tough challenge that will move me far way from my goals..... It's like someone willing to build an house who isn't able to build the crane...

Thank you for your understanding, patience and generosity.

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