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Lago Sim is coming out with one soon, it looks pretty decent from the million screenshots they have on their site, with an FMS and all.Jeff USAF


Jeff

Commercial | Instrument | Multi-Engine Land

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I too would be interested in such a package. The only think close that I'm aware of is the Iron Knuckles package from Flight1. No personal experience with it though. I believe it's only a DC-9. But, speaking of DC-9's, there is a wonderful DC-9 available at http://www.hilmerby.com/. Really first rate as far as functionality and it's freeware to boot. This is recommended by 4 out of 5 dentists.Jay Eklund


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no need to pay, theres an awesome package in the library for free. bp_md81_final.zip with a great looking VC.

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The combo of Jet City and Lago is probably going to be pretty amazing! The Jet City DC-9s are gems. I use the excellent Leon Seale adaptation of Paul Golding's panel for those planes.Lee


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I'd plug my model but unfortunately, even though it's more advanced than the payware MD80s available, you don't have to pay - sorry!

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Well I don't mind plugging it Erick! :) The best MD-80 series model out there, bar none, is Erick's SGA MD-80. He has also done the entire range of the DC-9 series just as well. His 9 is the best looking and flying one I have used. As far as the cockpit goes, Lago's looks great and seems to be highly accurate according to folks who have or are testing it. Right now I use the panels by Paul Golding and I'm very happy with what I have for free. You can also find some great sounds over at SGA for all the different versions of the 9 too.Hornit

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I've never tried your freeware models but they definately look fantastic. Thanks for the hard work. I'm a stuck-up VC junky so I only touch something with a dynamic VC

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Don't know if any of you saw it, but after I uploaded the FS9 version of Paul's MD80 panel, I uploaded two updates. The first was at the request of a poster on the forum here, and resurrects the orange on red autopilot display (gauge and new bitmap included). The second update is a panel config file that removes an errant epr gauge (if I remember right) sharing space with the fuel quantity gauge. FYI.gsmd80_9u.zipgsmd80_u2.zipRegards,Leon

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