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liamr685

Twinstar Echo Sierra Going Round

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As much as i'd like to get back in this bird in real life, unfortunately i cannot afford it lately. Shooting a few ILS approaches in my DA42 Twinstar, didnt feel happy with this approach after a couple of wind shear alert 42bad.png


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Hi! Looks like an interesting plane. The only twin prop I've flown in flight simulator is the default Beech Baron which I like but it would be interesting to see the difference. Isn't the Twin Star made by Diamond aircraft who also make the Katana which I think Aerosoft did a version of. Very different airplanes! Many thanks, Pierre

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Diamond started with motor gliders, and you can see their glider heritage in any of their aircraft. I suggest buying this bird from Eaglesoft if you want, and its got the flight 1 wrapper, so if you dont like it, you get a full refund within 30 days i think. They do a model for FS9 and X heres some older shots so you can see the difference, and the features of this bird; Please dont use these images to judge the eaglesoft DA42, these were shot on my old rig. Edit: Pictures shifted to first post.


OS: Windows 10 Home Premium 64Bit CPU: Intel i7 4790K Quad @ 4.4GHz MoBo: ASUS Z97 Pro Gamer GPU: nVidea/Gigabyte GTX980 RAM: 16GB (2x8GB) Corsair 1600C9 Vengeance DDR3 1600Mhz PSU: Seasonic X-650 80+ Gold Monitor: ASUS VG248QE 1920x1080, 144Hz, 1ms

 

 

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