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I'm sorry but where does that put the adv???

 

And no ski version. Didn't even know there was one of those.


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Yes Cool your right


 

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This will be the perfect config. Older setup, but with the FMC to allow for RNAV that we seem to need more and more.


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I provide cargo services for Canadian North....can't wait to fly this around the high arctic...hit some gravel runways!


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hello looks very good ,please will it be supplied compatible with P3d from the off ,also any chance of milviz doing a really good light jet ,don't ask which one(hint new Honda Jet) would love the quality /detail/systems of your Sabre and Baron B-55 in a light jet ,I suppose it will remain a dream but here,s hoping

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it's a 200. Not an ADV...

 

Looks fantastic! Which engines are you modeling?

 

 

-Bob

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Can we get a floatplane version as well? :)

 

Looking forward to this plane. Is it little odd choice though that you would have a 737-200 equipped with fmc but not a digital tcas?

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It comes with the gravel kit... Or not.

 

It's not the ADV because the wings, slats, spoilers and flaps would be different as well as having different avionics. So it's a boilerplate 732 cargo combo with a gravel kit and a FMS/Sperry 177 upgrade if you don't want to fly VOR.

 

That's it in a nutshell. We are looking at adding MAYBE RXP integration in the WX radar area. (No weather radar...).

 

The last is a big maybe... We'll see

 

Floatplane version??? Show me a pic of that!

 

It's not strange at all that there is no digital tcas. (Why does there have to be?)

 

In the end, it has what it will have. No more and no less.

 

 


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The texture shown on the VC, are they bigger then 1024*1024 ?

Externally I think so, as they are quite detailed, the landing gear is looking really good.

I really hope the this project would became as the same quality of CS/F1-DC9, so will we have a fair rapresentation in FSX of this incerdible aircraft, wich is a milestone in history aviation.

Thank's for bring this to us.

Why don't jump on a 747-200 after the tinmouse :P .


 

 

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Milviz,

 

Can you tell me which engines will be simulated,

JT8D-9A

JT8D-15 or

JT8D-17?

 

 

 

Thanks,

-Bob

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