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ryanb1986

The C90B HD vs the C90GTX

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Can't ever have to many aircraft in the hanger, right?

 

So I have the C90GTX... but the C90B in HD looks like fun too. I'm wondering, for those of you out there who have both, which do you enjoy more / which do you find yourself spending more time in? How would you compare the two to each other -- side from the obvious difference of glass vs steam?

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I like the C90B.  Flown it several times.  Handles nicely and I like the analog gauges.  I bought the C90GTx on sale back in January, but have yet to fly it.  I haven't yet warmed to the proline avionics.  And I'm a real stickler for accurate fuel consumption and the C90B's engines consume fuel more realistically at various altitudes in FSX than the derated engines of planes like the C90GTx, Piper Meridian, TBM850, etc. (only accurate at high altitudes).

 

David

CYXE

 

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I've not warmed to the GTX version either. The aircraft handles well, but I dislike the Proline kit with its baffling input and control arrangements.

 

I find the autopilot unnecessarily complicated and yearn for the simplicity of the FS9 default Cessna.

 

The Super King 100/200 is my preference.

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Looks like you made it fit in great as always, Bert :D Can I get a copy? Same email address as before

 

Send me a PM..

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I got Bert's MOD on my C90 GTX and it works great.  I don't fly it as much as I do my other A/C but the GTN750 works great.

 

bigsky10

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