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Guest kyle joseph

I was wondering why the pmdg 737 next generation

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Guest kyle joseph

doesn't have wingflexthe wings on the PMDG 737 are solid like bricksbut on the 747 they flex and bend even in turbulenceI think that wingflex would bring the PMDG 737 series to the next levelI have had the 737 series since 12/14/2005 and the 747 series since 1/6/2006.at first I loved the 737 series and used it all the timenow I find myself flying the 747 more and I could not understand whyI realized that the wingflex makes flights much more realistic(i also prefer long haul routes)is there wingflex planned for the NGX???and could an update be made for fs2004

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I think it is a safe bet that things like wing flex will definitely be in the NGX, which has been announced for both FS9 & FSX. It will be a totally new simulation from the ground up. However, I also think it a safe bet that NGX will not be out for a while if you are hoping for it soon.


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Guest kyle joseph

oh ok I can wait for the NGX

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