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It’s not exactly cheap is it? I think I got spoilt with the ultralight 😂

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Just now, Bilbosmeggins said:

It’s not exactly cheap is it? I think I got spoilt with the ultralight 😂

LMAO, you beat me to it, I was going to be the first flight simmer to do the preposterous  traditional whining about stuff on this one. 🤣

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Dodo could ask that price.....


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I dunno, £25 quid's not bad, no more expensive than a Carenado Cessna. Anyway, currently installing it, will have a video of it up in fairly short order. Evidently it does some fancy stuff, it takes about ten minutes for it to config up for use in MSFS and according to the manual it does VRS and has multiple options for different flight models from realistic to easy. I guess I'll see shortly.

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So Chock, a "flight manager" program installs in "community"? NVM - I went back to site and downloaded "Manual" (yes I had to read the manual). it does install to Community

 

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Nope, the main chopper goes in Community and a FlyInside Heli Manager options program installs on your C drive.

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It's not easy to fly on the realistic flight model. That I can tell you right away! Sounds and looks great, and the engine will conk out if you overcook it.

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Thanks for reply Chock, Seems that the install instructions didn't mention a spread of two directories. (or I plain missed it)


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Well, you can put the helimanager program wherever you like I suppose and once you've set that up, you don't need to use it any more although it will automatically search for updates apparently.

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25 minutes ago, Chock said:

Nope, the main chopper goes in Community and a FlyInside Heli Manager options program installs on your C drive.

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Ah, I did not see the lowest slider settings. Will try tinker there.


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I wonder how the people that love Autopilots are going to like hand flying a copter for 50 miles. 

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Just now, Bobsk8 said:

I wonder how the people that love Autopilots are going to like hand flying a copter for 50 miles. 

What are these "Autopilots" of which you speak (at least when it comes to helos) :)

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First impressions, I like it a lot.

Whilst it's really easy to fly on the easy setting - among other things there is no need to worry about blowing the engine up on that setting - since we all are kind of used to how choppers fly, the increased stability imparts in easy mode kind of makes it a bit harder to fly in some respects, because it's helping you out a lot and on occasion preventing you from doing what you actually want to do. Great for novices who just want to bomb it around in the thing but the medium mode is perhaps one you'd prefer until you go the hang of it, and then stick it on hard mode. What it does force you to do on anything other than easy mode, is anticipate the motion a lot in order to avoid chasing stability, so it's pretty believable and challenging in that regard.


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3 minutes ago, Chock said:

First impressions, I like it a lot.

Whilst it's really easy to fly on the easy setting - among other things there is no need to worry about blowing the engine up on that setting - since we all are kind of used to how choppers fly, the increased stability imparts in easy mode kind of makes it a bit harder to fly in some respects, because it's helping you out a lot and on occasion preventing you from doing what you actually want to do. Great for novices who just want to bomb it around in the thing but the medium mode is perhaps one you'd prefer until you go the hang of it, and then stick it on hard mode. What it does force you to do on anything other than easy mode, is anticipate the motion a lot in order to avoid chasing stability, so it's pretty believable and challenging in that regard.

How would you compare operating to the H135 which also has three flight models? (Yes, I understand, it's a completely different  type, but still.)

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