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rsgunner

Is it worth $$?

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I am aware the CT182T is not on sale but I am considering t a purchase of it.

 

With all of its issues is it worth purchasing?

 

The number of additional textures seem to be very limited. Am I correct on that perception?

 

Russ


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It looks great, flies great, and comes with a most disappointing G1000 implementation.

 

If that does not bother you, you'll likely enoy it..


Bert

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I like it a lot. I particularly like the FDE in it. It has a very "realistic" feel in the air. It is a very frame-rate heavy model, and it requires a muscular computer to run smoothly. If you like to make screen shots, the TC182T is a dream. As Bert pointed out, the G1000 implementation is incomplete. This will bother some people and not others, depending on how you use the G1000. I use it for the instrument read out and GPS and I don't program courses into it or load Navigraph data, so the G1000 is fine for me. If you are a highly procedural flyer and want to practice on something that is close to a RW G1000, the Flight1 T182 is said to have a G1000 which is much closer to the real deal.


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Well the 182T looks stunning, but the poor G1K implementation means I won't be purchasing this one. I'm sure it's a fine aircraft, but a lackluster avionics package spoils the deal.

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