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Can an AI Aircraft for CFS be used in FS9?

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Well the title says it all. Can an AI aircraft for CFS be used as AI traffic in FS9? The reason that I'm asking is that I cannot seem to find an AI P-51 for FS9. So, if anyone out there knows of one, (did I miss it again?), please let me know where to find it and thanks!Mark

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Well the title says it all. Can an AI aircraft for CFS be used as AI traffic in FS9? The reason that I'm asking is that I cannot seem to find an AI P-51 for FS9. So, if anyone out there knows of one, (did I miss it again?), please let me know where to find it and thanks!Mark
You might take a look at this one Mark - I've never tried to use it as an AI craft but it might work.Name: ap-51dup.zip Size: 13,304,235 Date: 01-18-2010 Downloads: 1,579 ap-51dup.giffcq1.gif FS2004 North American P-51 Mustang Update. This is an update for FS2004 of the Alphasim P51 Mustang. The author has updated the flight dynamics, changed the 2D background slightly, changed the GPS, added a nav/GPS switch to the nav panel, and added two other gauges. This aircraft is much easier to fly than the original. If you want realism, stick with the original aircraft. This is the whole aircraft. By Bob Chicilo.At Flightsim.

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Thanks David. I had installed John Loney's KJLN a week or two ago and only now have had the time to find some aircraft that matched what he laid out in the read me. He's listed a very nice P-51 by J.E.Narcizo and Mark Rooks but it appears to be a flyable model. The system that I run FS9 on is beginning to reach its limit and I would very much like to find those old warbirds that are specifically designed for AI traffic rather then be flyable. So I find myself substituting one aircraft for another that is close to what John's vision is. So if you ever do find a cool old warbird AI site do let the group know.By the way, thanks John for the cool Joplin and thanks for the help Opa...(I noticed your name was credited in the read me :)Mark

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Thanks David. I had installed John Loney's KJLN a week or two ago and only now have had the time to find some aircraft that matched what he laid out in the read me. He's listed a very nice P-51 by J.E.Narcizo and Mark Rooks but it appears to be a flyable model. The system that I run FS9 on is beginning to reach its limit and I would very much like to find those old warbirds that are specifically designed for AI traffic rather then be flyable. So I find myself substituting one aircraft for another that is close to what John's vision is. So if you ever do find a cool old warbird AI site do let the group know.By the way, thanks John for the cool Joplin and thanks for the help Opa...(I noticed your name was credited in the read me :)Mark
Whenever I run into a situation like that I make a 'clone" of the flyable aircraft for AI purposes, changing the title= line of course and remove the panel and sound folders. AI does not use them anyway and that leaves me with only the model etc. for AI use. Seems to help a bit on Frame Rates.It is hard to find AI specific planes for many situations.

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Ah...very interesting...Learning as I go along. I'll give it a try and thank you!Mark

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