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I would really like to get into flying a nice regional prop (Dash 8 size) on short hops. I'm going to get the PSS Dash 8 but until then could someone tell me about the best plane to get. And I'm a stickler for flight dynamics, I want it to be as real as it can be. I cant find a good fde for the default dash 8, all of them make it fly like a jet fighter. I just made a flight in Mike Stones B1900, and it just didn't feel right. Like when I took it off autopilot, all of a sudden it just bobbed up and down really really fast. It's just too sensative. And plus, I really don't like the B1900 or the King Air. I would love to fly the ATR that is in Gmax (I forgot the authors name). It has a VC and everything, but I need a trim of 5 just to keep it steady and any slight movement of the yoke and it goes wild. I just can't seem to find any regional plane that flies any thing close to normal. So could someone please direct me to one and a panel for it or sounds too. It would be greatly appreciated!Thanks in advance!-Lee

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Hi,Did you try the last update for my ATR42-500? Current version here in avsim is FSC_ATR42_300v20.zip, and there's an update to the aircraft.cfg file at eureka.ya.com/pacosancasPaco

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Well I downloaded am ATR 42 FDE from flightsim.com, did some editing and I think I found my favorite prop!! It's awesome! Mr. Pacosancas, thank you vey much for your ATR!

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If turboprop flight dynamics are what you are after then there is only one correct plane out there. Of course it is a bit smaller than a regional carrier but it is so good I use it for most flights. Get the FSD Cheyenne. No one else is even close to the turboprop realism you get with this plane.Ken

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