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  • GRS_Deer Hunter's Avatar
    Today, 19:57
    yo my friends we lost another one . chris burchfield ( grs cobra 1 ) usa army veteran , passed away yesterday a good friend , and i will miss him . RIP chris
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  • DaveKDEN's Avatar
    Today, 19:55
    DaveKDEN replied to a thread Freeware T-37 Tweet in MSFS (FS2020)
    Fantastic looking model! For a young 2Lt in UPT in 1988, this jet was both intimidating and a blast. Memorization of the boldface was required prior to your first flight. The hardest boldface was the spin recovery... Throttles – Idle Rudder and Ailerons – Neutral Stick – Abruptly full aft and hold Rudder – Abruptly apply full rudder opposite spin direction (opposite turn needle) and hold Stick – Abruptly full forward one turn after applying rudder Controls – Neutral after spinning stops and recover from dive
    29 replies | 969 view(s)
  • tgycgijoes's Avatar
    Today, 19:10
    Well, I'm posting pretty late but I didn't want to let this slip by. There are two freeware links for the Sea Fury: FSX/P3D v3,v4,v5 Hawker Sea Fury singleseater FSX/P3D v3,v4,v5 Hawker Sea Fury singleseater. The Hawker Sea Fury is a British fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by Hawker. It was the last propeller-driven fighter to serve with the Royal Navy, and one of the fastest production single seat piston-engined aircraft ever built. Includes models with and without droptanks. Four variants. Upgraded Native FSX/P3D mdls by A.F.Scrub You can also find the two seat trainer version at Flightsim. com as well. Then there is the payware now free version from Flying Stations now archived...
    39 replies | 2295 view(s)
  • MZee1960's Avatar
    Today, 18:06
    Great shots, Huub ! This must be Orbx AU Australia V2 ? Here's a few 'Stang 'puddle jumpers' making pit stops at RAF Alconbury .....
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  • StormILM's Avatar
    Today, 17:54
    Considering that AzurPoly is making this, I am confident in investing in their work.
    3 replies | 126 view(s)
  • TARPSBird's Avatar
    Today, 17:46
    Ian, are you referring to Shessi's FS9/CFS2 conversion of Ted Cook's original plane? If so, I don't see any lights on the aircraft day or night. There is a green and a red colored area on each wingtip but when I try to turn on the lights with the "L" key I don't see any illumination. Post a screen shot so I can see what your plane looks like with the lights constantly on.
    1 replies | 93 view(s)
  • Mick's Avatar
    Today, 17:44
    Looks great!
    7 replies | 180 view(s)
  • Allen's Avatar
    Today, 16:51
    I'm going to slip a thread jack under right here and *Yoink* I have successfully merged the L-4 gear and engine onto the J3 Tricycle Gear model and attached a new set of short wings. Now I have a basic exterior model of a Clipped Wing Cub. Still quite basic as it is using axis driven animations for most of the model but hopeful I can yoink the ailerons, rudder and tail wheel animations from the TG-8 Glider Cub for the main LOD later.
    7 replies | 180 view(s)
  • Shadow Wolf 07's Avatar
    Today, 16:50
    Don't feel bad, Deathwind. It's all good. To answer your question; no, there are 3 versions - all Thicko's - of the Pe-2, all pre-2010. The funny thing is, it flew for me (the series83) when I initially tested the mission, early last year. Now, all 3 variants/series cause a crash as noted. :dizzy: Scoobyman32, I will go back to the Pe-2 after I finish retesting/modifying the rest of the missions. Thanks for the tip, I will look for such problems with its gauges and cfg. YES there are many reasons for a plane not to work. The most common being sound - she's aliased to the Zero, so that is ruled out. I'm like you, I hate to lose or quit. :wavey:
    192 replies | 18173 view(s)
  • DennyA's Avatar
    Today, 16:28
    DennyA replied to a thread Freeware T-37 Tweet in MSFS (FS2020)
    I can't believe how good this is for freeware. Looks great, super fun to fly. Can't wait to see some more liveries for it! Lots of possibilities with the T-37... US with day-glo, silver, all-white, and even an A-37 would be fun despite the lack of tip tanks/pylons.
    29 replies | 969 view(s)
  • DennyA's Avatar
    Today, 16:14
    Thanks, Tom! I've been flying the heck out if and it has my really psyched for more from Virtavia. Only real issue I have is that the showcase/camera drone mode view doesn't work properly; haven't ever seen that with another plane. I'm guessing there are view parameters that Virtavia missed? You can't "free fly" the drone, the Showcase view is locked to the plane.
    37 replies | 1358 view(s)
  • Dangerous Beans's Avatar
    Today, 16:14
    What a cool plane and she looks gorgeous, defiantly payware quality. The one bug I found with it so far is the VR camera position is way off, it sets you several feet in front of the plane so I had to fix it. If you want to fix it yourself here's my edit. Open the cameras.cfg and scroll down to and replace the whole section with this Title="PilotVR"
    29 replies | 969 view(s)
  • ColoKent's Avatar
    Today, 15:29
    ColoKent replied to a thread Freeware T-37 Tweet in MSFS (FS2020)
    Agree...WATCH OUT for those "Desk Jockey O-6s"...says a non-flying former one...! :applause: Cheers, Kent
    29 replies | 969 view(s)
  • Priller's Avatar
    Today, 15:06
    Priller replied to a thread Freeware T-37 Tweet in MSFS (FS2020)
    I couldn't agree with you more! The flightmodel seems too sporty. If I remember the FS9 and P3D offerings at the time, those had a lot less power. But like you, I LOVE this model! Priller
    29 replies | 969 view(s)
  • collensr's Avatar
    Today, 15:00
    collensr replied to a thread Screenshots in MSFS (FS2020)
    Update to the T-45 released today. I can't for the life of me remember which key strokes pull the pilot's coloured visor down... any prompts gratefully received....
    4799 replies | 541173 view(s)
  • YoYo's Avatar
    Today, 14:54
    @Richard, thx! btw. New patch: v1.0.2 of the iniBuilds Bf 108 Taifun for MSFS has been released. This update fixes a few items as well as adding new features. This update can be downloaded via the iniManager. - GMC305 Autopilot control panel added - EFB map page autopilot status panel added - Flight manual updated for new features
    140 replies | 7839 view(s)
  • Tom Clayton's Avatar
    Today, 14:44
    The ACE planes were also sometimes used for O-6 desk jockeys that wanted to do the minimum flight time required to maintain their flying status.
    29 replies | 969 view(s)
  • Tom Clayton's Avatar
    Today, 14:41
    Your post can't be edited or quoted either. It's because of the non-standard characters in each. Yours is the é, and his is the slanted apostrophe in "community’s." If it's not US-based ASCII, it throws off the edit and quote functions. The work-around for editing is to copy the entire post first, then click the edit button and paste everything back in for editing.
    82 replies | 3106 view(s)
  • Tom Clayton's Avatar
    Today, 14:33
    If it was released anywhere else, I never saw it. It was just released on SimMarket yesterday, so I've edited the OP and it'll stuck for the next two weeks! :ernaehrung004:
    37 replies | 1358 view(s)
  • collensr's Avatar
    Today, 14:28
    collensr replied to a thread Screenshots in MSFS (FS2020)
    Thanks that's very helpful indeed Richard
    4799 replies | 541173 view(s)
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