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G1000 announced at Carenado

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Peter Allen

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Good news! I guess that means the Cirrus will be coming to X-Plane somewhere down the line. My brother owns a Cirrus and Id love to get him into X-plane at some point.  I just hope the G1000 does not hit the frame rate too hard.

 

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Good news.  I hope they have the X Plane versions better optimized than what's available for FSX/P3D.


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Looks brilliant. Finally a decent G1000 for X-Plane. I wonder how much will actually be simulated?


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Looks brilliant. Finally a decent G1000 for X-Plane. I wonder how much will actually be simulated?

The insinuaton by Dan and others 'in the know' appears to indicate that it is a big leap forward so hopefully it will have a lot of functionality. Like the visuals though!

 

cheers

Peter


Peter Allen

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Give me my Citation please, no need of G1000 there, just port it :-)


Alexander Colka

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I hope they skip the Phenom 100 and co-design the 300 in FSX and XP10


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Let the bizjets come.

+1

 

Yes, me too waiting for the jets.

 

I wonder how many people work for Carenado? 6 planes x2 people = 12 cheap indians work for one year? I guess something around... -_-

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SR-22 please ! And hopefully the torque make the plane roll to the left and not the right !


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Looks brilliant. Finally a decent G1000 for X-Plane. I wonder how much will actually be simulated?

Carenado and depth...well one can hope anyway.  :Just Kidding: I kid! Nice addition to XP.


Chris

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+1 for the SR-22.


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