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BEST freeware Virtual Cockpit?

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I want to know what in your opinion has the best freeware virtual cockpit?I came across the TBM in the library, what has a nice cockpit but a bad flightmodel, and slow updates on the gauges.Also, found the best freeware jet around, with a VC, Maltby's BAC1-11. Its just awesome.Is there more I ask myself, and of course you..JohanA LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION, AND A LITTLE MORE ACTION PLEASE

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I can think of one. The Beech 18 package is awesome. The same developer has a few other planes. They are all very popular in general. I would sort the FS2004 - Original Aircraft libery listings by download and spend some time going through the list.

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I did, but dint find much.. who is the developper?JohanA LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION, AND A LITTLE MORE ACTION PLEASE

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Yes that's what I was talking about. Thanks for the link. Just a thought, if you started with the BAC 1-11 and its standards you won't find many freeware planes that can quite live up to it really.

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That was something I was afraid of .. not saw anything better..JohanA LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION, AND A LITTLE MORE ACTION PLEASE

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Hi,Without the slightest doubt, the mighty BAC 1-11 by David Maltby. http://www.scandicair.com/images/bow.gifhttp://www.dmflightsim.co.uk/bac_1-11.htm#PANELhttp://www.scandicair.com/images/sa_banner.gifDell Dimension 4600 P4/2.8 at 3.0 Ghz1024 Mb DDR333 Dual channel memory (2x256,1x512)AGP 256 Mb ATI Radeon X850 Pro ViVo, flashed to a X850 XT PE. Omega 2.6.87 (CAT 5.12)DirectX 9.0cW XP Home with SP2E171FPb Flat panel monitor 17"370Gb HD (120 GB Maxtor, 250GB Samsung) 7200rpm ATA Lacie 250Gb Extern HDBlogg: http://blogg.passagen.se/primeaviFiles: http://library.avsim.net/search.php?CatID=...&Go=Change+View

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I forgot about these gems. I just reinstalled the 111-200 and took it for a short hop KPDX-KSEA. What a nice add on. Thanks for posting this topic Johan. The updated model made improvements since I last used it on my old rig last year. I think the Trident is next. Gotta check out the HS748 too.

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just FYI for you all BAC fans the plane is updated in Oct. You might want to re download it from their website.

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Grumman Goose by Bill & Lynn Lyons http://www.flightsim.com/cgi/kdl/main/74/c...1f.zip?78Z6j04NStinson Reliant by the same authors http://www.flightsim.com/cgi/kdl/main/74/c...nf.zip?78Z6j04NSoko Galeb by Luka Midic http://www.flightsim.com/cgi/kdl/main/50/g...11.zip?78Z6j04NUtva by the same author http://www.flightsim.com/cgi/kdl/main/50/utva75.zip?78Z6j04NF-86 Sabre by Kirk Olsson http://www.flightsim.com/cgi/kdl/main/68/s...et.zip?78Z6j04NNorth American RA-5c "Vigilante" by Massimo Altieri http://digilander.libero.it/max_alt/M1/FS2004/FS2004-05.htmlThat's a few to be getting on with, all of the above are better than the majority of payware AC that I've seen.Ciao, Il Fanciullo

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Anything by Milton Shupe--he is the grandest of all masters. His Howard 500 is a bloody miracle, but he has others as well like the Aero Commander and the D-18.David Maltby's BAC 1-11 is also stupendous and thrilling. Maltby's work on British jets generally is fantastic. I know because I flew on 'em all a lot in their time!JS

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My favorite? Bill and Lynn Lyons Piper Tri-Pacer.'Best' is so subjective. Since I don't fly the 'big iron' aircraft...well...

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