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Even after all these years, so much time and money that I´ve spent, flight simulation has these moments that purely amaze me...

 

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X-Plane 10.51, IXEG B733

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A spectacular screenshots indeed!

And although still being and flying within the limits, i am already hearing some voices telling me: bank angle, bank angle ... :wink:

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30 degrees bank makes sure that the sugar in the coffe gets mixed very well! ;-)

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Thank you guys!

Yes, the IXEG creates a stunningly immersive experience. The textures, the sounds, the look and feel are simply in their own league. The whole thing feels so alive!

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Immersive shot! Looking forward to see this bird in XP11!

You're right, I am really looking forward to giving X-Plane 11 a first try!

Although, I am pretty happy with the results I get out of XPX, graphics and performance wise.

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You're right, I am really looking forward to giving X-Plane 11 a first try!

Although, I am pretty happy with the results I get out of XPX, graphics and performance wise.

Just wanna see how it looks with those PBR reflections and new lighting engine.

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Just wanna see how it looks with those PBR reflections and new lighting engine.

Yeeeesss, me to! ;-)

I already preordered my DVD box edition.

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30 degrees bank makes sure that the sugar in the coffe gets mixed very well! ;-)

Technically, the force you feel in a turn is exactly the same as flying level. You cannot tell a difference without looking at the instrument or outside.

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Wait what? At 60 deg bank you have a 2G load factor. I imagine 30 is 1.5 or so.

 

I recall the feeling of a turn from flying small acft.

 

Are you saying rolling into a bank you won't feel?

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Wait what? At 60 deg bank you have a 2G load factor. I imagine 30 is 1.5 or so.

 

I recall the feeling of a turn from flying small acft.

 

Are you saying rolling into a bank you won't feel?

 

It's not linear, at 30° you have 1.15 G if my calculation is right

 

Pascal

 

P.S : the formula is easily deduced from a simple sketch: 1/cos(angle)

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In my office chair, I definitely had 1 G in that very moment, but pure amazement! ;-)

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It's not linear, at 30° you have 1.15 G if my calculation is right

 

Pascal

 

P.S : the formula is easily deduced from a simple sketch: 1/cos(angle)

Great. Either way the force you feel is NOT the same as straight and level.

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