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XPX, MU-2-60 she looks so pretty in this sim

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Hi there!

 

The freshly released MU-2 Marquise for P3D/FSX looks really appealing. I might end up buying it! ;-)

But tonight, it led to the idea, to take the superb MU-2-60 for XPX out of the hangar once again!

I hope you like my screenies:

 

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So colors! Many fast! Much amaze! But seriously, most of those could be mistaken for actual photos. Makes me want to start playing with xp.

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So colors! Many fast! Much amaze! But seriously, most of those could be mistaken for actual photos. Makes me want to start playing with xp.

Do it, you won´t regret it! ;-)

And, thanks for the kind words!

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I think I better download this. Bought it a year or so ago, when I was computer less for flight sims. Just slowly putting everything on the hard drive. Those screenshots look good!

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Thanks guys!

It's really a nice addition to the hangar, like most of my XPX planes, it's so fluid and a joy to handfly.

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Thanks!

No, I don't use RTH. I tweak the art controls manually, using the dataref editor.

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Thanks guys!

Here you can see a video of the stream. Not the best hand flown pattern, but still pretty neat to look at! (I think ;-) )

 

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Great shots !!  What scenery is that?  My XP 10 has NEVER looked like that in the areas I fly :(

 

Darrell

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Its EDDK and the city of Cologne.

What you see is OSM Europe, HD Mesh v2 and treelines and farms v2. Other than that, it's UrbanMAXX 3D, MaxxFX and tweaked art controls.

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(Still) one of my favourite planes (but hard to handfly - due to the props rotating into the same direction). As far as I remember, it was my first payware back in XP9 days. Apart from that, nice pics, as usual :Party: .

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Thank you guys!

You're right Uwe, it's not too easy to fly a perfect pattern in this plane, but it's a lot of fun for sure. And like most of the X-Plane addons in my hangar, it's so perfectly fluid!

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You're right Uwe, it's not too easy to fly a perfect pattern in this plane, but it's a lot of fun for sure.

 

Exactly that's the reason that it's a lot of fun. In my job (not aviation related) we're always saying "if it was too easy, everyone could do it" :lol:.

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Why doesn't the X-plane demo look this good? What mods are you using?

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Great shots!

 

 

Why doesn't the X-plane demo look this good? What mods are you using?

 

It looks like world2xplane, skymaxx pro, probably HD mesh, some payer aircraft and the dater editor. I can't tell if there is anything else so I will let Michael comment.

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As stated above, I use OSM Europe, HD Mesh v2, treelines and farms v2 (all free-/donationware) and UrbanMAXX 3D for the scenery, and SkyMAXX Pro v2, MaxxFX and tweaked art controls for the sky & lighting.

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I totally forgot to out the new XPX GNS in it! That will make this plane even better! ;-)

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Great city views of Cologne......That MU 2 has those powerful Garrett direct drive turbines producing very nice performance.

 

HLJAMES

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