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After the MU-2?

  

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  1. 1. What would you like to see from Flysimware after the MU-2?

    • Lear 35A
      20
    • Piper Aerostar 601P
      6
    • Piper Cheyenne 400LS
      23
    • Aero Commander 690B
      23
    • Cessna 425 Conquest I
      2


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Tell us what you'd like to see next!

 

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Glad to see the 400LS is in the lease :) However a PT6 adaption from you guys certainly has me wondering.

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Have you guys considered a Metro II/III?  Your Garret engine modelling is great. Razbams efforts fell short in my opinion (especially in the power plant department). I'd love to see one from you guys! 

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Have you guys considered a Metro II/III?  Your Garret engine modelling is great. Razbams efforts fell short in my opinion (especially in the power plant department). I'd love to see one from you guys! 

 

The thought has crossed my mind. I like the Merlin personally. We wouldn't do a Metro, as the Razbam model is beautifully crafted, and there are many happy customers out there (including me) despite its less-than-spectacular engine modeling.

 

With that said, a Merlin would be very difficult. There aren't too many out there in the real world, and resources are virtually nonexistent.

 

Never say never though.

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With that said, a Merlin would be very difficult. There aren't too many out there in the real world, and resources are virtually nonexistent.

 

Haha I work for a company that flies a Merlin....

 

Id have to get permission by my chief pilot if Im able to share our companies AFM/Perf charts etc, but if you ever decide to pursue this just give me a PM. 

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I would love to see a Piper Cheyenne 400LS, i personally flew with this some time ago.
And would love to see a great copy of it in my hangar. If you guys do the Cheyenne please ad a feature to switch the standard four Blade to the modern MT Propeller 5 Blade one that would be awesome.

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Greets from Berlin

Ronn

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Now that's a beauty. Love them T-tails. And she's got tip tanks.

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A beauty indeed.. and a rocket!! zero to 12000m in 11min8sec :shok: and that was without the improved MT-props...

400LS has my vote.

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Cheyenne, Cheyenne !

I have been hoping so long for a PA-42, be it on FSX/P3D or X-P. I hope you guys will seriously consider it.

 

Corsair

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Even though I voted for the lowly Cessna, the Lear or the Cheyenne would be a wonderful addition. 

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There is no `after` the Mu-2, there is only MORE Mu-2. And better Mu-2.  :ph34r:

Mu-2S with sliding door, thimble nose and observation windows.

Mu-2-25 with 5-blade MT props

Short fuselage Solitaire

Cavanaugh Cargoliner

 

Lots to do here first!  :P

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Welllll, Carenado recently did a twin Piper which seemed to fall flat with most of the community...you might imagine why.  It'd be nice to see a Piper done better.

 

 

 


There is no `after` the Mu-2, there is only MORE Mu-2. And better Mu-2. :ph34r:

Mu-2S with sliding door, thimble nose and observation windows.

Mu-2-25 with 5-blade MT props

Short fuselage Solitaire

Cavanaugh Cargoliner


Lots to do here first!

 

Something to be said about this idea.  I mentioned in a previous thread that a much desired airplane that goes through continual refinement would be great (and different).

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+100,000   on a complete, finished and upgraded MU-2 , I have waited a long time for a MU and the thought of "what's next" before it's finished isn't sitting 

too well with me. If I remember correctly it was stated that the number of units sold was way above Expectation so maybe that should be the answer, I hope 

you guys don't run off and leave us with what we have now. When it's Finished and upgraded  make what YOU want we will be flying or MU-2's so it won't matter.

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I hope

you guys don't run off and leave us with what we have now. When it's Finished and upgraded make what YOU want we will be flying or MU-2's so it won't matter.

 

Indeed.  This is what marks the truly great developers to me.  Years on from my initial purchase, Orbx continues to release patches for regions and airports, A2A continues to upgrade planes years after releases, RealAir releases V2's of several of their planes... you get the idea.  The Carenado model of 1 (or maybe 2 at most) service packs and then complete abandonment is not one to encourage purchases from the kind of target audience Flysimware seems to be addressing.  Still VERY interested in the Moo, but also cautious based on some of the feedback.

 

Scott

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The MU-2 in its 1.5 state is excellent in my opinion, and very much anticipating the ownership add-on. I do agree however with the posters above, more MU-2. An MT 5 blade prop, more autopilot polishing, and maybe a modernized panel option.

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The MU-2 in its 1.5 state is excellent in my opinion, and very much anticipating the ownership add-on. I do agree however with the posters above, more MU-2. An MT 5 blade prop, more autopilot polishing, and maybe a modernized panel option.

I too would love the option for the 5 blade props. I imagine it would require a different, or modified, sound set though. The only one I have seen in person with the 5 blades at my FBO was in the hangar. I was not present for its arrival or departure so I did not get to see how different the sound is.

 

On that note though, when comparing the PA-46T Mirage with the standard, and new composite scimitar props, there is a huge difference. The new ones are MUCH quieter.

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I've never heard one either, but correct, I'm sure it would be a bit more quiet. More votes for Commander 690!!!!!!!!

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