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Carenado C90 GTX or RealAir Turbine Duke V2?

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Just trying to decide which one to add to the hangar.  I'm familiar with Carenado products (Phenom 100 & 300) but I don't have a RealAir add-on yet.  Anybody own either C90 GTX and/or Turbine Duke V2?  What do you think of them?

 

 

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Have both.  Rarely fly the C90 (not bad, but...), while the V2 Turbine Duke is a favorite.

 

The Duke is made even better with its support for the RXP 430 and 530 GPS (in FSX) and the F1 GTN 650 and 750 (in both FSX and P3D).

 

These are substantially different planes IRL (the C90 a corporate/charter workhorse, while the T-Duke is a pocket rocket of a well-healed private pilot's dream), in the sim the RealAir plane is a distinctive cut above the Carenado C90.

 

Scott

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Yep, RealAir T-Duke... you are in for a real treat!  It's a fantastic plane, truly one of the best.

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I will add another vote for the RA Duke. You actually get both eye candy and nice systems modeling! Something Carenado still hasn't learned how to deliver.

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The Real Air Turbine Duke (along with the Majestic Q400) set the 'gold standard' for FSX turboprop aircraft today.

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You actually get both eye candy and nice systems modeling!

 

And documentation too!!

 

Mark

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I have the C90 GTX and I highly recommend adding it to your hanger. It quickly became one of my favorites.

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