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ANNOUNCING...The Flysimware MU-2!

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Presenting the Flysimware Mitsubishi MU-2B-60 Marquise

 

Coming to a flight simulator near you, February 2015!

 

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Putting those sweet Garrets to good use. Very nice

Will it come with HD textures? 

 

You know your getting close to producing a Business jet  , the biggest void in flight simming. Just seems like a natural progression

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Putting those sweet Garrets to good use. Very nice

Will it come with HD textures? 

 

You know your getting close to producing a Business jet  , the biggest void in flight simming. Just seems like a natural progression

 

I always fancied the Lear 35A myself ;)

 

 

And yes, as with all of our products from the 402C on, the MU-2 will feature HD 2048 textures all around.

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Wow, this looks great fun.     I finally posted in AVSIM, in order to be part of this FlySimWare community.   I have the C402 and C441 and find them incredibly enjoyable and immersive.  (RW time in 402).

Look forward to the MU-2.

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Hi,

 

Without meaning to sound rude aren't Milviz developing an MU-2?

 

Dave

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this needs to be good because the Milviz will be,interesting times

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Milviz is developing the Solitaire, which is a short body variant. We are developing the Marquise, it's longer brother.

 

I'm sure both products will be excellent.

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I'm thrilled. Joe told me about this about a week ago and my grin touched my ears! 

 

Hey Joe, not getting ahead of ourselves here but wouldn't a -14 be fun as well? Maybe a 400LS in the distant future? ;)

 

Anyways shut up and take my money! $$

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It just so happens that I have RW experience with the 400LS as well, and still have all the manuals. So I would definitely say not to rule it out. But I think you're likely to see a jet from us before you'll see a 400LS.

 

Never say never ;)

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SWEEEET!!!!

Best,

David

Woah, a "David B", that's just confusing; I thought you were me..  :lol:

 

(don't worry I know you were here first, by about 10 years). 

 

yes a 400LS would be lovely from this team, but the wee MU-2 would be higher up my list.

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Very cool! I see MU-2s frequently at my home airport, and I always found them to be the perfect combination of sleek, sexy, exotic, and portly. Even though business aircraft are not my thing I will look into buying this when it is released.

 

Also, Joe, I'd like to congratulate you on your excellent work with the C402. I had been wanting a good FSX 402 ever since I started watching Wings a few years ago and the Flysimware example is modeled beautifully and is great fun to fly. I was only disappointed at the lack of a Sandpiper Air livery!  :P

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Hey David, Yep been waiting on the MU-2 "Full !Experience"  every since FSD was going to do an MU-2 few years ago.

 

Totally pumped for the Milviz, but being that the King Air isn't done yet; I think it will be a while for their MU-2 offering.   Hope I'm wrong. Also, it's the Solitaire, I like the Marquise a little better.

 

Mark and Joe have already got the TPE331 ops down pretty well.  Cept that prop feather issue, given time I think they will work that out as well.

 

Have the 441. Beautiful work.  Doing some personal edits for myself, on some things I would like to enhance.  Learning experience for me, that is for sure.  Used FSRepaint to create a new color scheme for 84WM, its a purple gold scheme.  Not too bad.  Only issue when you flood fill it takes away some of the skin detail.  Bump maps help a little. Oh well, I'm happy with it.

 

If I figure out all my enhancements, She'll rock even more for me.

 

Will see ya in the MU-2 skies.   I have an MU-2B-60 "Marquise" Pilot's Operating Manual, be fun to fly the MU-2.

 

Got a couple of hours in a "k" model. What a freakin blast to fly. One the Aerostar owners at TKI were I keep my 601P; last year upgraded to an MU-2 "K" model with -10 engines. He flies the !@#$ out of that plane.  Loves it!   Speeds are fairly similar on approach between the Aerostar and the MU-2, so it's a great plane to transition too.

 

Have Fun!

 

Best,

David

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Thank you for the kind words everyone. I'm sure you will all be quite satisfied with the Mits.

 

Did I mention it will, of course, have Flight1 GTN750 and RealityXP WX500 integration as the 441 does?

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Hey David, Yep been waiting on the MU-2 "Full !Experience"  every since FSD was going to do an MU-2 few years ago.

 

Mark and Joe have already got the TPE331 ops down pretty well.  Cept that prop feather issue, given time I think they will work that out as well.

 

Have the 441. Beautiful work.  Doing some personal edits for myself, on some things I would like to enhance.  Learning experience for me, that is for sure.  Used FSRepaint to create a new color scheme for 84WM, its a purple gold scheme.  Not too bad.  Only issue when you flood fill it takes away some of the skin detail.  Bump maps help a little. Oh well, I'm happy with it.

 

If I figure out all my enhancements, She'll rock even more for me.

 

Will see ya in the MU-2 skies.   I have an MU-2B-60 "Marquise" Pilot's Operating Manual, be fun to fly the MU-2.

 

Have Fun!

 

Best,

David

 

 

Yes absolutely, It's good to make a few wee personalizations - no slur on the product as it comes, but we all like a few things our own way.  I've put a wind noise in to the 441; at a low level but still there - really love it.   And I've put in some alternative touchdown sounds, that I just love from another product. They're quite exaggerated compared to the real aircraft but just love a good 'thud' in the simulator on touchdown!  If it ain't shocking me up off my backside, it's no good!  :lol: 

 

Indeed, the future of the hobby is very bright - I picked a great time to come back after an 8 year hiatus.

 

 

Blue skies!

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hi David, sounds like a cool enhancement for you.

 

I'm learning FS Sound Studio, see if I can add a little reverse/beta sound. Possibly enhance a little in another area.

 

will try the fsuipc friction thing as well.

Have Fun

Best,

David

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We love seeing owners take pride in their personal aircraft! I myself have my own Conquest with its own unique tail number and a few nice tweaks. This is what makes FS a beautiful thing!

 

As of right now, the early features list of the MU-2 includes:

 

-Flight1 GTN750 Integration

-RealityXP WX500 Integration

-Shared Cockpit Compatibility

-Accurate TPE-331-10-511M simulation

-An even more detailed 3D model, both inside and out

 

 

Any features you guys would like to see? Now is the time to ask. Of course, can't make any guarantees, but we will certainly consider all requests.

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We love seeing owners take pride in their personal aircraft! I myself have my own Conquest with its own unique tail number and a few nice tweaks. This is what makes FS a beautiful thing!

 

As of right now, the early features list of the MU-2 includes:

 

-Flight1 GTN750 Integration

-RealityXP WX500 Integration

-Shared Cockpit Compatibility

-Accurate TPE-331-10-511M simulation

-An even more detailed 3D model, both inside and out

 

 

Any features you guys would like to see? Now is the time to ask. Of course, can't make any guarantees, but we will certainly consider all requests.

Hey Joe,

 

Great news about the upcoming MU2. I would sure like to see the F1 750/650 combo in the panel. That is a killer combo for any panel but should be outstanding in the Mits.

 

I have rw time in the short version about 30 years ago.

 

Regards,

Ray

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Hey Joe,

 

Great news about the upcoming MU2. I would sure like to see the F1 750/650 combo in the panel. That is a killer combo for any panel but should be outstanding in the Mits.

 

I have rw time in the short version about 30 years ago.

 

Regards,

Ray

 

I'm sure you will be very satisifed with the panel we have in store for you with the Mits.

 

As much as I hate letting a lot of details go before we have something to show you, I'll throw you one more hint. You guys may have to do your homework to figure it out ;)

 

SPZ-500

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I'm sure you will be very satisifed with the panel we have in store for you with the Mits.

 

As much as I hate letting a lot of details go before we have something to show you, I'll throw you one more hint. You guys may have to do your homework to figure it out ;)

 

SPZ-500

I know what the Honeywell/Sperry SPZ-500 AP is and what it does for me. Yea. Nice.

 

Regards,

 

Ray

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I know what the Honeywell/Sperry SPZ-500 AP is and what it does for me. Yea. Nice.

 

Regards,

 

Ray

 

It's a fantastic autopilot/flight director with a lot of capability. We're hoping to implement IAS hold.

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We're hoping to implement IAS hold.

That would really put you in the major league.  B) 

 

I just picked up the Carenado PC-12 and was surprised (pleasantly) to see that they have now implemented a proper, functional IAS Hold mode that adjusts pitch to maintain speed.

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Thank you for the kind words everyone. I'm sure you will all be quite satisfied with the Mits.

 

Did I mention it will, of course, have Flight1 GTN750 and RealityXP WX500 integration as the 441 does?

 

I am looking forward the the MU-2.  Glad to see the GTN and the WX will be on the panel.  May I request that the exterior sound be that of the real Garretts.  That MU-2 growl on the ramp was like music to me in the day.  As an MU-2 taxied close, we used to plug our ears with our fingers because they were so loud.  That maneuver became known as the  "Garrett Salute".   I miss it.

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