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Rob Young's Realairsimlations.com ( SF-260)

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Yesterday, I downloaded from the www.realairsimlations.com, the SF-260 and needless to say I'm quite amazed at Rob and his team's accomplishments. The plane is magnificent and the aerobatic's are second to none for an MSFS 2002 add-on aircraft. I mostly fly PS1.3a and PIC767 'heavies' and I'm really enjoying this highly manuverable SF-260 with it's aerobatic capabilities to spin, slip, etc. I believe it is the only MSFS aircraft that can model this behavior..I also can't say enough for the support if you need it. I had a couple questions about the software and the response was almost instantaneous. In other words, the customer service is outstanding. A sincere thanks to all the Real Air Simulation team and keep up the good work.Regards to all,jack

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"Well Rob... Looks like you'll have to apologize again!"He he, I was lucky enough to be online and answer this one dead quick. We try to answer all enquiries within a couple of hours - or sooner.Cheers,Rob

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Looks like this aircraft is becoming a bona fide candidate for the best FS aircraft add-on EVER.

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Well that's very kind of you, but "best" is of course subjective. There are many fine aircraft out there and we hope ours is amongst them.Kind Regards,Rob Young

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Thanks Jack,Your kind comments are most appreciated, and it makes the hard work we do on customer satisfaction very well worth while!Best Regards,Rob Young

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Now let's see: Steep climb to almost stall point, then a flick roll or perhaps half hammerhead to the right, hint of a spin to the right recovered quick followed by shallow dive then either a snap roll again or even an inverted spin again to the right?Am I on track?(Great shot!)Rob

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LOL! Something like that ;-))) I was trying to do there published procedure for a stall spin ;-))

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