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Grumman Tiger?

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Has anyone done a Tiger for 2002? Freeware or commercial? I have an older one in my files, but its graphics and handling don't 'cut it'.Am thinking of buying one for real, and would love to 'test fly' it first!!

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I have this Tiger in my hangar ... here's the file.id:"Grumman AA-5ab plane & panel upgraded now for FS2002. Originally I design this panel using the default FS2000 gauges plus some custom made that now are not compatible. I replace some gauges with default for FS2002. Tested on the pro version. Panel now uses the default gauges of the Cessna and Mooney. I don't now if it works in the standard version due to mising gauges. By Jose MirandaJose Miranda JMiranda@aol.com"Hope this helps.Mark "Dark Moment" Beaumonthttp://www.swiremariners.com/cxkaitak.htmlhttp://www.swiremariners.com/reds.htmlhttp://www.swiremariners.com/cxkaitakv3.jpg

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>Has anyone done a Tiger for 2002? Freeware or commercial? >I have an older one in my files, but its graphics and >handling don't 'cut it'. >>Am thinking of buying one for real, and would love to 'test >fly' it first!! I believe it's much easier to fly the real one first, so the mind can fill in the blank spots when using flight simulations. For instance............. I was "test" flying a 4 place Katana on the ground last week (never flew it). The stick was quite stiff compared to the stick in my RV6A which easily moves from point to point. I figure the Katana's not for aerobatics anyway, which may make the stiffness not even noticeable in flight. But if I was to test fly either of these aircraft on my PC, the stick forces will feel the same, only the aircraft would probably have differences in roll and pitch rates if programmed correctly. I'm also sure that the PC wouldn't duplicate the feel of using differential braking and the moment the rudder becomes effective for takeoffs in the Tiger. For those that don't know, the Tiger uses a castoring nosewheel and differential braking-----same as my RV.I don't know of any Tiger for FS2002 which has programming up to the specs of some of the finest payware and a number of good freeware files.L.Adamson

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