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Are they planning to release the TBM900 for P3Dv4 some time in the future? 

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34 minutes ago, AndreNr22 said:

Are they planning to release the TBM900 for P3Dv4 some time in the future? 

Ahhhh I doubt it hehe.

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1 hour ago, AndreNr22 said:

Are they planning to release the TBM900 for P3Dv4 some time in the future? 

That would be A LOT of work.  The turboprop model in P3D is pretty bad.  It'd require a great deal of custom work.  Also, there's no P3D G1000 to even start working with.  

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2 hours ago, AndreNr22 said:

Are they planning to release the TBM900 for P3Dv4 some time in the future? 

Time to move to XP11.😉

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Aircraft like this one are a key benefit of being a dual-simmer.

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8 hours ago, Gregg_Seipp said:

That would be A LOT of work.  The turboprop model in P3D is pretty bad.  It'd require a great deal of custom work.  Also, there's no P3D G1000 to even start working with.  

P3D allows to implement your own simulation model, of course you would need to only use the P3D SDK.

If you research about the Majestic DashQ you will find it is one of the best turbo prop sims out there, specially under PD3.

You also have airplanes like A2A which people adore since their flying model is very close to real world.

So saying P3D turbo prop model is pretty bad is not true, in fact any flying model under P3D will be as good as the developer wants it to be.

Time to stop blaming the platform, you can build anything you want for P3D and it will be as good as the amount of effort you are willing to put towards your project.

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Simbol 

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Doubtful, developer has already indicated they are working on their next XP11 aircraft already.

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1 minute ago, simbol said:

P3D allows to implement your own simulation model, of course you would need to only use the P3D SDK.

If you research about the Majestic DashQ you will find it is one of the best turbo prop sims out there, specially under PD3.

You also have airplanes like A2A which people adore since their flying model is very close to real world.

So saying P3D turbo prop model is pretty bad is not true, in fact any flying model under P3D will be as good as the developer wants it to be.

Time to stop blaming the platform, you can build anything you want for P3D and it will be as good as the amount of effort you are willing to put towards your project.

Regards 

Simbol 

My point was that it would take far more effort under P3D.  I have the Majestic Q400 and am well aware of how much time and the love for the airplane it took to get the project done.  I'd think someone could do it...but it'd be someone with that kind of desire to see it happen on P3D.

Gregg

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Has Majestic indicated that they are working on another project?  Since they already have a pretty good turbo-prop model, it probably wouldn’t be too difficult to migrate that to another plane. I’d love a TBM 900 with more systems depth than the Carenado TBM.

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They’re currently working on the final “edition” of the Q400 then moving to the Q300.

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2 hours ago, _Gladius_ said:

Has Majestic indicated that they are working on another project?  Since they already have a pretty good turbo-prop model, it probably wouldn’t be too difficult to migrate that to another plane. I’d love a TBM 900 with more systems depth than the Carenado TBM.

Yeah me too! P3D is really missing a good Single Engine Turbo Prob. I would prefer the TBM, but I would also be happy with a Good PC-12 or Piper Meridian 

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