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Flight1-Cessna Mustang

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I re-installed my Cessna Mustang from the Flight1 website, and conducted a flight. Please note this is a re-install of the Flight1 Version 1.11, but not the updated Version 2 that is also made compatible with P3DV4. I had almost forgotten about this old aircraft order - probably one of my very 1st purchases from F1- (but thanks to a recent tip-off via one of Ryan's posts here), I got to re-activate my KEY today and fly this (decent, although a bit dated) plane again - after many years. Cessna's Mustang production is noted to have ended last year due to lack of customer demand, ironically due to competition from within Cessna's own (faster and larger) Citation M2 Jet. Here are a few images for a flight from Samedan (LSZS), Switzerland, to Venice (LIPZ), Italy. Thanks for viewing [F1/MSE/REX]



















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***Beautiful*** So many great memories with this one....but because of lack of PC Horse Power at the time,So many stutters too. 

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Patrick: Thanks. Yes, true, due to it too kind of being a pioneer SIM in the field of "biz-jet" (although nothing extra-ordinary) had added so much excitement, but now-a-days we're flooded with so many (much more refined) choices (it's hard to choose!).

I also distinctly remember the frame-contending resource issues with this one in FSX. But, I wish to report that it was completely smooth on my mediocre FSX-SE system (BTW, I cannot tell the same from my recent JS-41 post experience, also on SE). I know several users here have already tried the F1 latest version on P3DV4 (w/o any issues, I believe). So, if you have an alternate platform available, you could try the V2 version, if you wish. Of course, I presume, you're already completely preoccupied with DCS, IL*2....etc...🙂...

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