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Thanks for looking 🙂

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Naughty.... lol

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LOL Yupper - really digging this new patch Ryan


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The Cub-Crafters Cub must be a delightful VFR conveyance in MSFS....!! Looks good here...!!

Yeah...it certainly looks like it's a bit chilly up there....🙂...with such apparent icing on the wings....

But, this is nothing compared to what was seen on the A32NX, here, just a short while ago....🙂...

 

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14 minutes ago, P_7878 said:

The Cub-Crafters Cub must be a delightful VFR conveyance in MSFS....!! Looks good here...!!

Yeah...it certainly looks like it's a bit chilly up there....🙂...with such apparent icing on the wings....

But, this is nothing compared to what was seen on the A32NX, here, just a short while ago....🙂...

 

Not evident here but even the props get iced 🙂


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19 minutes ago, Richard Sennett said:

Not evident here but even the props get iced 🙂

I see, so, that's double-jeopardy...here...🙂...!!

I was reading, just now, the heating systems on these Carbon Cubs, are designed to withstand, the most severe colds of regions such as Alaska and Northern Canada etc.

So, you should be fine after the new Patch...🙂...!! Good-luck with application of this patch....!

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The FAA's gonna' have a talk with ya....flying into known icing conditions...in a Cub!!!

The only saving grace you have is that is a great screenshot! 🙂

 

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Epic!!

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1 hour ago, crosswind said:

Epic!!

Thanks Simeon 🙂 epic is coming had a set back with yoke not received with clamp so at the moment its a pain using a keyboard and 4k monitor needs to be placed on desk 🙂 

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