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For Once And For All...who wants to pay for a new PMDG MD-11?

MD-11 Poll  

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  1. 1. Would you like an MD-11?

    • Yes
      461
    • No
      113


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2 minutes ago, DuvalM said:

No, but I would not mind a nice business jet ... PMDG style.

Yes!


Matt Webb

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Oh Lord, not this again...

NO!

 

 

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YES!


Riccardo

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Yes!!


Riccardo

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Yes! I would pay full price again for the MD11 in v4... but it's not going to happen...


Benjamin Nash

P3D v5 - Asus x79-Deluxe, Corei7 4960X @4.5GHz, 16GB DDR3 1600, Nvidia GTX Titian X (Maxwell)

 

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Yes!!! I'd pay the $135 price tag for a new and P3D v4-supported MD-11. In a heartbeat!

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2 hours ago, DuvalM said:

No, but I would not mind a nice business jet ... PMDG style.

Amen brother!

Gregg Kamilar

 


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6 hours ago, markdf said:

Ah, the perils of posting between waking up and taking my pain meds - my brain is still in reverse.

The pretty pictures part still stands however. I look forward to parting with $<insert value here>

Feel free to nuke the original post

Haha no worries Mark, we've all been there! Sure gave me a chuckle though

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Cheers,
Chris Brand
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Heck, yes!  I might buy it twice just to make sure they make enough money to keep making these great products!

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I was in Seattle a couple of weeks ago at SEATAC. I turned around and there is was, a FedEx MD11 on short final. Magnificent!. I want my MD11 back. I know it is a lost cause, but it was great to fly. Yes, it was different from Boeing. You kind of had to bring your A game. Twenty degrees of flaps on takeoff, better wait till you were accelerating after pushover. Flaps up, they ALL come up. Not to mention speed control during the approach. Get a little slow and you might be playing tug of war with automatic speed protection. Once you learned the tricks of the trade, so to speak, great to fly.

 

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Rob Roberson
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YES I loved it for FSX would be nice for P3D V4 :biggrin:


Keep Flying Robert

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