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ryanbatcund

Soloy U206G is out

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*Freeware*  at SoH

 

GTN/RXP integration too!

 

editL oops thought I posted in screenshot forum

 

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WOW nice!  Does it come with a tricycle version or just floats?

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I think it's tricycle, tundra, amphib, skydiver (no door)

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How do you keep the float version from creeping forward?

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Parking brakes. Probably some turbine bug thing . But it is freeware

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Kind of pretty, but terrible view out the front, with the long nose..

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And I recently upgraded to FSX:Steam and have no good GPS options. Still can't afford a GTN or Flight1 GNS. Airplane looks great though!

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It crashes on me. I posted this on the SOH forums.

 

I am getting 2 error message when I try to load this bird:

1. Could not load gauges/sc_sp1.dll
2. Config file not found: Prepar3D\gauges\U206G_sound.ini

P3D then crashes to desktop.

All other aircraft work fine. Am using P3D 3.3 on Windows 10.

Any help greatly appreciated

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I wonder if your anti virus is flagging them and quarantining them.  Sometimes AV software will kill .dll's 

 

If you have one running disable it.

 

Or I can send you the files PM me.

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Or I can send you the files PM me.

 

Hi

 

PM sent.

 

J

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another one who likes abbreviations SOH stands for Sim Outhouse.

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another one who likes abbreviations SOH stands for Sim Outhouse.

 

+1 for the explanation, I had no clue what those letters stand for.

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Thank you Ryan for taking your time to show my first FSX/P3D plane here.

 

Bert is right about the ambhib behavior on water. But I could´nt find a better solution without getting another trouble within the turboprop airfiles. Another good way to stop it quicklier after water landings is to to switch on Engine-Anti-Ice. It will reducing alternate air impact together reducing power/drag on propeller. On the one side that is realistic for the real aircraft in the air, but unreal for the behavior for landings. Real Handbook says, before landings switch off alternate air system and engine-anti-ice to get full power for go around.

 

Thomas

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Kind of pretty, but terrible view out the front, with the long nose..

 

Probably no worse than the C207 Bert.

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Downloading now, very cool. Donation button somewhere?

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Probably no worse than the C207 Bert.

 

The Soloy C207 is worse than the regular C207 also... based on the pictures I have seen.

 

I real life, I am sure you can manage around it, but in the simulator, visibility

is an issue in all aircraft, and a long, high nose sure does not help..  :smile:

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Ryanbatcund,

 

So sad to hear about the alphabet soup problem LOL.  However, with that admission, I wonder if you could expand on this particular problem that has vexed me for ages.  This is obviously "tongue in cheek"

 

Will, or can, eating alphabet soup (or spaghetti) actually help people with dyslexia? LOL

 

Regards to all

 

Tony

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I wonder if your anti virus is flagging them and quarantining them.  Sometimes AV software will kill .dll's 

 

If you have one running disable it.

 

Or I can send you the files PM me.

 

 

Many thanks Ryanbatcund.

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The Soloy C207 is worse than the regular C207 also... based on the pictures I have seen.

 

I real life, I am sure you can manage around it, but in the simulator, visibility

is an issue in all aircraft, and a long, high nose sure does not help..  :smile:

Sorry I meant to say that the Soloy C206 probably has no worse visibility issues when compared to the standard C207. Surprisingly the Soloy 206 is still almost 2ft shorter than a basic C207.

I wonder if the Soloy C207 still has the same tail heavy issues as the standard model? I can recall the 207 regularly falling on it's arse on shutdown with a good load. :)

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