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Joseph29

Anyone have a good biz jet recommendation?

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The Falcon 50 is great but my hardware isn't quite up to snuff. I'd love a Lear or Citation that has a more interesting 2D panel then the default Lear, and has nicer flight characteristics. I love the Dessault, but again it is too taxing for my P3 1GHz.Noel

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The Falcon should run fine on your system.. it runs great on my Cel1000,so if anything, it should run better on a PIII..What is not working for you with the Falcon?

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Go to fsjets.com. They've got some older birds that work well. We sure could use some more business jets though.

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While it's not a business jet per-se, the new Caravelle that Mike Stone just released flies great, especially at low levels. I imagine that if the flight dynamics it shows in FS2K2 carry over to the real-world model that it would make a great military jet as well, but I know very little about the actual airplane.There's also an outstanding panel that can be obtained from other sites that was made for FS2000 but pretty much works fine for me in FS2K2. I flew around yesterday for about an hour around Ketchikan, Alaska, and had a blast running the bird nap-of-the-earth and popping up over hills to the other side at 300+ kias. Great fun!

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The Falcon runs well on my P3/800...Abacus has a "sleeper"...a $10 payware aircraft...the new Eclipse jet. It's an FSDS model, but it looks excellent IMHO..... There's someone working on a Citation II/SP... Check out the screenshots forum and give the person encouragement. It looks like a winner...-John

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