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Michael Chang has released his 767 conversion for XPX - Heads Up!

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Howdy Folks!

 

Heads Up! Michael Chang has converted the POSKY 767 for XPX. It's all been done with all the proper permissions. I don't have a machine to test it at the moment but his previous work has been excellent so go get these beauties and start testing. I believe they will release over 30 variations of this aircraft between now and end of August and it is available for free. You can currentlydownload it over at the other website.

 

Cheers.

 

Dennis


Sincerely,

Dennis D. Müllert

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Good stuff! heading over there now!


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Where can this be downloaded? I cant find it anywhere.

 

Rob

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Where can this be downloaded? I cant find it anywhere.

 

Rob

 

Read his blog guys : http://zolanskisden.blogspot.ca/2012_07_01_archive.html

 

I've downloaded before he took them down, they have no 3d cockpit at the time, but I don't care!

The exterior model is great. Flightmodel feels good as far as I played with it. Another really positive thing, it's very framerate friendly.

Big thank you to him and I'm looking forward to the other 767 models and 787 models.

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I gave him a permission to convert to X-plane .

Also he got the permission from the painters to do those too.

 

Not just giving a permission , watched the process and ordered to convert close as possible to the FS2004 Model.

Unfortunately can't use multi texture on X-plane (May feel odd but I'm MSFS world man so.)

So can't be compatible at paint.

(I wonder why they don't make a go , I know it will cause some performance issue but "Can use but not recommended is a choice")

Please have fun with those

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no 3d cockpit! arrrggghhh! why not? I am sorry, but I AM upset that almost no one makes 3D cockpits for X-Plane, unless it's a commercial add-on. Why not? 3D is the only way to realistically put you at the controls of any airplane. Period. The real pilot's eye perspective can NOT NEVER be had from a 2d Panel ....

 

facts of life!

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Did anyone notice this post is from July 2012?

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Lol bizarre, 3 years ago. I wonder how it all worked out for the shouting man and his 3d cockpit.


 

 

 

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