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Great video - and makes the GTN in the TBM not that bad an approximation :smile:

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I love me some steveo! He's one of the most even-keeled-while-remaining-entertaining pilots I watch on the youtubes.

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A  very good pilot...but a bit slack on his checks and flows...

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Those new TBM's are so sexy.  Five delicious blades and 330 KTAS!  Yum!  I love wing level function - I think that's brilliant and I'm not sure what manufacturer was first, maybe Cirrus?  

 

Steve's channel is one of the best YTerbs out there.

 

I was able to get a brief tour of one of the first (owner said it was THE first) 900's to enter the USA (around July of 2014). 

 

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but a bit slack on his checks and flows

Quite the opposite! take a look and watch 2 years worth of his video`s and you will see that he is very safe and performs all checks and flows,

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I have watched many, and I stand by my comment about checks,  Checks are not a scan.  He is a very good smooth pilot, he is highly skilled and very likeable.  One of the best role models on YouTube exept for what I said.

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He also creatively edits his films for the sake of time. Maybe we're all just missing out on the lengthy checklists in favor of the entertainment value?

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Surely do wish Carenado would update the TBM 850 to the new 900 Series!!!

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+1 - I would buy this aircraft right now if available.  Please make it so!!

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Ohhhh word not allowed, when I see the TBM9 in development for XP, I'm sure, I'm in love. Hope indeed to get asap that TBM9 available by Carenado for P3Dv4.

 

Kind Regards,

Timo / Q2 Logistics

www.q2logistics.be

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Hi Folks,

Yeah - guess I’m the only one that would rather see Carenado do a redux on the 850 giving us a much better panel for FS... Big glass and Carenado - meh...

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Regards,

Scott

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Indeed, in combination with a Garmin GTN650+750 not that bad idea. But a TBM930, irresistible!

See here the one operational by 'Little Hawk Logistics' not so long ago updated with two Garmin GTN750 panels:

(www.littlehawklogistics.com)

 

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On 9/22/2018 at 12:17 PM, fleetman said:

Indeed, in combination with a Garmin GTN650+750 not that bad idea. But a TBM930, irresistible!

See here the one operational by 'Little Hawk Logistics' not so long ago updated with two Garmin GTN750 panels:

(www.littlehawklogistics.com)

 

 

That's what I'm talking about.  Honestly I'd be happy with an HSI and two GTN 750's.

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On 7/16/2016 at 4:05 AM, ryanbatcund said:

Those new TBM's are so sexy.  Five delicious blades and 330 KTAS!  Yum!  I love wing level function - I think that's brilliant and I'm not sure what manufacturer was first, maybe Cirrus? 

Mooney's single-engine M20 had an always-on wing leveler (called "Positive Control") starting back in 1965 🙂

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9 hours ago, Aviator64 said:

Mooney's single-engine M20 had an always-on wing leveler (called "Positive Control") starting back in 1965 🙂

Yes, I remember both the M20 as well as the M20F Exec 21 (1966-67) and their "PC". I believe it may have been a silver round button on the control yoke. Loved flying both of those aircraft😉

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