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MisterX Does It Again, KAVX Catalina XP10

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W O W ! Brilliant!! Thx for the great shots and info


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Beautiful shots of MisterX6's Catalina.


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Perfect for pilotedge flying! Sweet!

I haven't flown XP much because I've been beta-ing a certain fast piston retract single with dual GTN support for P3D v3

 

I'll have to get this scenery installed asap though!


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 because I've been beta-ing a certain fast piston retract single with dual GTN support for P3D v3

 

Hmmm.... Is it REAL.. ly fast? :wink:


Jim Stewart

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Hmmm.... Is it REAL.. ly fast? :wink:

Possibly, o king of "guess that airplane"

Excellent shots!

 

Question: what are these C and O tabs on the left side of the screen?

Carenado controls


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 I've been beta-ing a certain fast piston retract single with dual GTN support for P3D v3

That fast plane that you speak of is one of a few reasons why I still have FSX Acceleration installed. The other beloved airplane is the F1 Mustang. But, you knew that. :wub:

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Love the last shot.  In RL the runway slopes up and then down so that on short final you can only see about half of it.  Makes for great pucker factor and you feel like should have a tail hook and be shooting for the 3 wire.  The waves crashing below the cliff add to the illusion. 


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That fast plane that you speak of is one of a few reasons why I still have FSX Acceleration installed.

 

Hmm... besides that one, there's a few others that I just can't let go of, more if I include some of the superlative military jets released in the last while.  XP might scratch one itch for me, but I'm sure glad I can have more than one sim installed. :wink:


Jim Stewart

Platforms: X-Plane 11 | P3Dv4 | DCS
System: i7-6700K o/c @ 4.4GHz | EVGA GTX 980ti | 32GB RAM | BenQ 32" @ 2560x1440 | Oculus Rift | W10 Pro

Other Sim Interests: Assetto Corsa, rFactor 2, Dirt Rally, Euro Truck Simulator 2, American Truck Simulator

 

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The Lotus L39 works with some minor issue like when strobes are on.  Does the VRS F18 work?


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