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Small'ish and Nippy Planes

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I recently purchased and installed Prepare3d, very happy with myself and looking forward to all the great Ad On's.   I bought myself my first Plane Carenado B1900D, i was very excited about my new venture,  bit of a disaster though,   to make a long story short,  im having loads of problems with it that i understand now are well documented, i should of done my homework,  i  opened up a ticket with Carenado support on friday so im sure they will get back to me in good time.

 

Here is my question,  i like to fly smallish and nippy planes,  my favorite planes are the Carenado B200 and the C90, these work flawlessly in X-Plane.

 

What smallish and nippy planes work straight out of the box and are problem free in Prepar3d.   

 

Thank you

 

Elaine 

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 The both Realair Dukes and their Lancair should be available soon. The FSX versions work ok in P3D but if you haven't purchased them yet then I'd suggest holding out a bit more for the native versions.

 

The Duke B60 V2 has got to be my all time favorite GA.

 

http://www.realairsimulations.com/home.php?page=home

 

Also A2A now has 3 of their accusim planes available for P3D as well. If you don't own one yet I'd suggest their latest release.

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The thing i like about prepar3d is it opens up a whole new world of planes......Just watched a Froogle video on the Duke B60 looks great.

Yes A2A simulations looks amazing,  i have been following there latest release alright.  I think im going to start small first :lol: Probably learn how to fly first

 

Thank you slayer for your feedback

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If you are learning to fly, I would recommend A2A's Cessna 172. Excellent airplane. From there transition to A2A's Cessna 182. This one is presently my favorite. With the 182 I added Flight 1 GTN 750 to practice IFR. If you get the erge to just "bust loose", I recommend the T-6 A by Iris.

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If you want nippy, the Aerosoft OV10 Bronco is great.

 

Also just the discovered the beautifully modelled freeware Zlin 142 (which is amazing for low and slow!).

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 The both Realair Dukes and their Lancair should be available soon.

 

I can't wait for the P3D versions of both those planes...and regarding the Legacy, any single engine that can do 240 KTAS at 8000', that definitely qualifies as "nippy" in my book!

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The F22 Raptor and F35 Lightning 2 are relatively small and quite nippy. :lol:

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RealAir SF-260. Works fine in P3D via the Estonia Migration Tool.

 

Fine authentic handling - a joy to fly and FAST!

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Thank you for all the responses i really appreciated it,  its great to get opinions from people that are in the know

I now have lots of variety that have been tried and tested.   Ill be treating myself this weekend to a little A2A maybe.

 

Looking forward to RealAir and Flight1 Super King Air porting over to Prepar3D

 

Thank you again  :lol:

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Ye i'm now stuck on the Cerokee or the C182.   Love the Cherokee. 

 

 

Quick question.  I seem to be constantly over stressing my little default Carenado plane lol   When it happens it ends the flight,  game over.   I like the idea of having to land in a nearby filed when a problem happens adds to the excitement and all that:)   Yes i know still a child.  I tried turning of damage but doesn't work? 

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I tried turning of damage but doesn't work?

 

Do you have damage on in FSX?

 

Scott

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Do you have damage on in FSX?

 

Scott

 Thank you Scott i had the wrong damage off and was also flying in hard mode,   all sorted now.

Thank you

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