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KHMT-L35 How Weather goes Bad! P3D V3,ASN,Free Mesh, A2A T182

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Started out nice, but quickly turned ugly!

 

Ed

 

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After 25 min. it finally lets me in.....

 

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I rather enjoyed that!


Ed

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Great looking weather in your shots.


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Great looking weather in your shots.

Thanks....


Ed

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Intel Core i7-9700K 3.6ghz - (4.6ghz turbo) liquid cooled -16GB DDR4-3000 mhz - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 8gig - 1TB HDD + 480GB SSD = P3DV5 HF2 

Pilot-Cessna 152-172SP-182-Piper PA28

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