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Hi people,Just look at www.precisionmanuals.com and see it for you're self.

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THANK YOU VERY VERY MUCH PMDG! I see that you guys have added N3 and EPR! Before you told us that the engine sets would cost too much and you MIGHT not add them. Well there they are!I am definately buying the 744f.

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Excuse my holey memory but purchasing the 400F gives you these features in the pax -400 too right?

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VC cockpit dark and gloomy? I think it has to do with the lighting at the time of the shot.The PMDG747 VC is probably the best VC ever made. It's magnificant.

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A question to PMDG however, is the EPR actually modelled so that it is 'calculated,' or is is just for show

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Hi, I was wondering the same thing? I am very interested in the new features, but less so in the freight part. I'm more of a people hauler.Thanks,J-PCYUL

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Looks real good. I just wish some 3rd party company would build us a nice looking PANC to fly her into and out of..that would be sweet.

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It's the low winter sun and I didn't have the dome light on. And on top of that, my LCD screens are very bright so it doesn't really look dark to me. I can edit the pics though.

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Once you go freight, you'll think it's right!Ok lame I know, but I used to be a pax hauler until I got converted by the F. I only fly cargo now. ;)

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I'm in Heaven!EPR! Makes all my BA -400 documents useable now!Great Work PMDG!, Now only if you could do a 777-200ER just like that, heheCheers

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I am definately going to buy both the 744 and 744F now because of the EPR thing!!! ;( Tears of Joy....YESSSS

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>A question to PMDG however, is the EPR actually modelled so>that it is 'calculated,' or is is just for showVangelis does not do things for show...

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Please don't kill me for asking ;-) but what exactly is this EPR everyone seems so excited about?

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Thanks for the heads-up...even though I still don't understand in what way this is so exciting (please don't misunderstand me) how the engine pressure is represented - N1 or EPR. But I guess that is my problem ;-) Glad for everyone's sake that get excited by this :-)

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Richard,because of the way that engines are modelled in FS it is difficult to model EPR with any degree of accuracy. There have been few FS aircraft to date ( only one I can think of is the DF727) that have modelled EPR well. Therefore it is quite an achievement to get an accurate EPR model in FS.

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Hopefully people will appreciate that rather than just having it for looks.Wonderful news, congrats to the team.

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>Richard,>>because of the way that engines are modelled in FS it is>difficult to model EPR with any degree of accuracy. There have>been few FS aircraft to date ( only one I can think of is the>DF727) that have modelled EPR well. Therefore it is quite an>achievement to get an accurate EPR model in FS.>Not to sidetrack, but the Ready for Pushback 747-200 modelled EPR extremely accurately. It's also been out for quite a bit longer than the Dreamfleet 727.I, too, am also excited to hear about that aspect, and many of the others the freighter offers :)

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