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Very nice

 

Cheers and thanks

 

Now I' ll wait for someone to do an Australian reg, there were quite a few of them out here.

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Very nice

 

Cheers and thanks

 

Now I' ll wait for someone to do an Australian reg, there were quite a few of them out here.

Pick a livery and give me a number. Here was the first change.

 

Ray

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Ray I am waiting for the great review of you for this beauty as always you are one of my favorites reviewer on the world of simulation, and the most important is that you have real hours in aztec so the review will be as always detailed, extense, puntual, objetive, and will help the people to buy or not the aircraft....

 

Regarding from Spain

Robert Bernard

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Ray I am waiting for the great review of you for this beauty as always you are one of my favorites reviewer on the world of simulation, and the most important is that you have real hours in aztec so the review will be as always detailed, extense, puntual, objetive, and will help the people to buy or not the aircraft....

 

Regarding from Spain

Robert Bernard

Thanks Robert.

 

Yep, I am hard at work on this review. I got a little bored waiting for some information so I made the Navy paint over the weekend and finished it yesterday. I am going to pack it up and send to the avsim library in an hour or so.

 

Regards,

 

Ray

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She's a beauty! :wub:

 

Thank you!!!

You are most welcome.

Yep, she is my all time favorite military Aztec. :wink:

 

btw, I finally got the feathering to work in the Aztec F. Check out that perfectly flat prop.

 

Regards,

 

Ray

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You are most welcome.

Yep, she is my all time favorite military Aztec. :wink:

 

btw, I finally got the feathering to work in the Aztec F. Check out that perfectly flat prop.

 

Regards,

 

Ray

I think it was just a matter of using FSUIPC to set up the props payware or just control F2.

 

A pilot is always learning.

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Sending to the Avsim library sometime this week

Regards,

 

Ray

Is this Navy Aztec based on real world? or fictional?  Have been searching for a Navy correct GA aircraft to fly to the Tom Allensworth Memorial Flight 2. So far a Beech B200 is all I have found.

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Is this Navy Aztec based on real world? or fictional?  Have been searching for a Navy correct GA aircraft to fly to the Tom Allensworth Memorial Flight 2. So far a Beech B200 is all I have found.

The Navy purchased 20 early model Aztecs in 1960. The Aztec evolved from that initial model to the F model (1974) that Alabeo produced. The number of seats - 6 - never changed nor did the engine horsepower - 250 hp. The most notable change was the elongated nose and the streamlined engine nacelles. How Navy correct that is can be debated, but I would lean toward "it is correct enough to represent the small Navy VIP Transport in flight simulation." All Aztecs are from the same nest, only the feathers are painted different colors.

 

Regards,

 

Ray

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