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So, have you done a GTN750 mod for this yet Bert? 🤣

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1 minute ago, newtie said:

Ain't gonna need one :>)

I joke of course. Now, to answer P3D's question, 'Do you want to enable Vertx DA62 addon?'.... where's the DUH key?????


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3 minutes ago, mdreyer said:

I joke of course. Now, to answer P3D's question, 'Do you want to enable Vertx DA62 addon?'.... where's the DUH key?????

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So I have been following this plane for a while, but I just went through the setup and tweaked a few of my sim settings as recommended in the manual and just a quick flight around the pattern checking views in chaseplane etc.  Holy cow.  This plane is amazing.  I was never lucky enough to fly any of the real air planes but this is something special.  I have some real world experience, soloed but didnt quite make it to my PPL before I had to stop due to funds.  I have flown some of the a2a planes and I'm gonna be honest this plane just feels excellent flying.  The stall buffeting, the sound, the slight shake in the airplane(I disabled all chase plane motion effects I've never been a fan of those) that is the most realistic stall warnings I've had in a sim...ever.  I can't wait to really dive into this thing, there is  a lot to learn with the avionics but this plane is awesome.

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Sounds good.

...always liked light twins.


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Congrats Sean!  


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I know I am probably looking right at them, but did the installer have the Vertx manuals in it?? Don't see them anywhere???  Thanks!!!!


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51 minutes ago, mdreyer said:

So, have you done a GTN750 mod for this yet Bert? 🤣

Why do we need that, given that probably the best part of the DA-62 is the G1000?.

Cheers, Ed

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9 minutes ago, edpatino said:

Why do we need that, given that probably the best part of the DA-62 is the G1000?.

Cheers, Ed

It was probably only suggested as a potential stopgap solution to the SIDs/STARs issue. By the time someone figures out how to plop down the Flight1 or RXP GTN gauge, Vertx will have probably solved the G1000 issue.

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21 minutes ago, edpatino said:

Why do we need that, given that probably the best part of the DA-62 is the G1000?.

Cheers, Ed

 

9 minutes ago, jabloomf1230 said:

It was probably only suggested as a potential stopgap solution to the SIDs/STARs issue. By the time someone figures out how to plop down the Flight1 or RXP GTN gauge, Vertx will have probably solved the G1000 issue.

I apologise for my sense of humour - I was joking about the GTN.

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