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Thanks for the info. The quality of the stuff coming out of Carenado lately is second-to-none. I'm still flying the King air.

 

Carenado aircraft and the newly discovered sky, cloud and water tricks are making X-Plane the best looking flight sim out there. Just look at the screenshots forum here ;)

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I'll probably get this beauty! I always loved the look of the real Malibu!

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No windshield rain / ice effects? Shame, I was hoping they'd be standard on Carenado planes from now on.


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I bought it and did a short flight and a few patterns with it. It looks beautiful and handles very well! No pronounced torque effect on takeoff and very stable in the air! Compared to the Jetprop in FSX, I definitely prefer this one!

I reall look forward to the first cross country flight in it!

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Looks nice but I will skip as I'm completely spoiled with the rain effects of the C90.

Saying that I did buy the Alabeo Tomahawk but that's a different soft of aircraft.

 

I am (was) secretly hoping Dan will update all the X-P Carenado models with the same effects as the C90!

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I bought it and did a short flight and a few patterns with it. It looks beautiful and handles very well! No pronounced torque effect on takeoff and very stable in the air! Compared to the Jetprop in FSX, I definitely prefer this one!

I reall look forward to the first cross country flight in it!

 

Having the Malibu for FSX, if they kept the same flight dynamics for X-Plane, all will enjoy it.  The Malibu is my go-to aircraft for 90 pct. of my flying--handles great, it does greaser landings, and it can cover a great deal of real estate in a short time.  It is indeed a personal airliner for those who find heavy jets, tprops or bizjets too much to manage. 

 

John

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I am (was) secretly hoping Dan will update all the X-P Carenado models with the same effects as the C90!

 

I asked him that a while ago over at the Org and the answer (then) was not likely.


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I bought it and did a short flight and a few patterns with it. It looks beautiful and handles very well! No pronounced torque effect on takeoff and very stable in the air! Compared to the Jetprop in FSX, I definitely prefer this one!

I reall look forward to the first cross country flight in it!

Close to pulling the trigger, can you confirm it doesn't have that annoying torque roll? I had to shelve my loving Bonanza as I couldn't take it anymore.

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