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JD-Slow-Thumbs

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Hello,

I am looking for recommendations for:

fast + single-engine-propeller + side-by-side-seating + civilian + easy-on-frame-rate

 

fast - well over 200 mph closer to 300 mph please

GA / Light-Commercial side-by-side instead of military fighter / trainer

I have a modest system and need something that will have lower impact on frame-rates. 

 

I already received one suggestion for the Carenado Malibu 350P, I am hoping to receive several suggestions. 

 

Thanks in advance

JD

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Lol that's what I was going to recommend

 

That ones the sexiest, other sexy options:

 

A2A Civilian Mustang (not side by side but worth checking out seriously good)

 

Baytower RV7/7A

 

Orbx Lancair IV-P


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I'll third the recommendation for the RealAir Legacy! I've put around a thousand hours on the one I have.

 

I have a pretty modest system (I7 930 @ 2.8 gig, GTX 650 Ti) and it is fantastic on frames.

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I'll forth that! Another aircraft that comes to mind when I think of the Legacy is the Lotussim L-39. It's neither side by side, nor prop - but it's super easy on the frames and very fun and satisfying to fly.


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Seventh- oh wait....!

 

B)


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Another vote for the Legacy--it's incapable of going slow and is awesome in every way.  Exactly what you're looking for.


Richard P. Kelly

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Real air legacy


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I don't know if it's been mentioned but I really like the  RealAir Legacy.

 

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yep, another vote for the Legacy.

 

If you want more speed and think you can handle a big V-12 up front, the Civil Mustang is fantastic too, probably the fastest piston GA available for FSX.


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Not sure if it's been mentioned yet but if not check out the RealAir Legacy.  :lol:

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I can't remember if I mentioned it earlier, but no-one seems to have mentioned the RealAir Legacy - awesome aircraft and addon. :smile:

 

 

:yahoo:

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