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HarryCYUL

Flight1 Coolsky Super 80 Pro & DC-9

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I just bought these and installed them in P3D....they work flawlessly and are truly amazing works of art, 100% Study Sims, every single knob and button in the VC works.  Added McPhat Textures and TSS Sound Packs also :drinks:  Startup procedure from Cold/Dark takes 40mins approx. or you can Auto it with the co-pilot flight center......awesome!  over 300 page manual :O

 

http://youtu.be/83uUUfC0KYM

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I just bought these and installed them in P3D....they work flawlessly and are truly amazing works of art, 100% Study Sims, every single knob and button in the VC works.  Added McPhat Textures and TSS Sound Packs also :drinks:  Startup procedure from Cold/Dark takes 40mins approx. or you can Auto it with the co-pilot flight center......awesome!  over 300 page manual :O

 

http://youtu.be/83uUUfC0KYM

 

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I'm still using the FS9 version and I couldn't agree more - IMHO - Coolsky is one of the seriously underrated developers out there... The plane just feels right when hand flying it...

 

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Scott

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The DC9 manual is over 500 pages and the Super 80 Pro over 300 pages.

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Harry,

You are absolutely right .......... Coolsky did a great job on their DC9 and Super 80s.

I recently got their Coolsky Super 80 (DC9-81/DC81 / for FS9 and FSX).
http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=uas80


Three days later I purchased their DC9 Classic (DC9-30 model / for FSX only).
http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=uadc9classic

This DC9 uses Navigraph Navdata (Airac updatable) so all their training maps Navaids are up to date.

The manuals, interactive checklists/schematics/navigation training center/aircraft models/autoconfigs (cold and dark ready for takeoff etc)/checklists/takeoff and landing data cards (Vspeeds etc) and much more are perfectly done.


I see you got their Super 80 Pro ....... well, it will very likely be another Coolsky purchase for me in the not to distant future.
It is for FSX and uses Navigraph Navdata.

I am not going to wait for Santa this year.

Coolsky Super 80 Pro
http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=uas80pro

 

Additional info:

Also Coolsky has this 2 airliner bundle:
Super 80 Ultimate
http://www.flight1.com/products.asp?product=FL1-S8U-001

Harry, did you manually install Coolsky's FSX products to P3D or did you use a purchased software product?
 

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Harry, did you manually install Coolsky's FSX products to P3D or did you use a purchased software product?

 

use the Migration Tool and it's all good!  no issues.

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use the Migration Tool and it's all good!  no issues.

 

Looks like I will have to purchase that tool.

 

The Flight 1 and Coolsky development team (DC9 and Super80's) really did raise the bar a'lot.

 

Perfection PLUS in all areas.

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migration tool will be a great little helper to have as a P3D customer.

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Wow you got DC-9 working in P3D.  I had to return it back to Flight 1, as it did not work on my P3D.  I must have done something wrong during install.  The registration check that it does on initial boot of the plane would crash my P3D.

 

Thanks for letting me know.  It is a fantastic old school plane, even though I have no clue on what about 98% of those steam gauges represent, but its great learning plane.

 

Thanks for the update

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Looks like I will have to purchase that tool.

 

The Flight 1 and Coolsky development team (DC9 and Super80's) really did raise the bar a'lot.

 

Perfection PLUS in all areas.

 

Wasn't Flight 1 just the distributor? I don't believe they had anything to do with it's development or it most CERTAINLY would not work in P3D.

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Flight One is listed in the "Credits" section in the manual ...

I do not know all that they did.

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