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Beechcraft Debonair 35 on Simmarket

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Spotted a thread on this new release over on the official forum and at first glance it looks interesting.

https://secure.simmarket.com/brsimdesigns-debonair-35-msfs.phtml
https://www.brsimdesigns.com/debonair-35/

There's a few comments pointing out issue remaining with the devs previous EMB200 Ipanema so that and a price a bit higher than my limit for picking up a plane on a whim are persuading me that I should wait for reviews to start appearing.

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Thanks for the heads up, looks interesting. Can't wait to see the reviews on this.  If it proves to be a good model with great flight dynamics (the screenshots look good) this will be one I'll pick up.

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Does look interesting.  Shame it is not from a few years earlier with a V Tail 😄

Waiting for reviews is sensible - but do not get over concerned about neg posts on main forums as they are a super narky bunch who often claim stuff along the lines of they will never buy from a developer ever again because something irrelevant like the switch for the heated pilot seat is inop on the last release and they have refused to fix it.

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15 minutes ago, Glenn Fitzpatrick said:

Does look interesting.  Shame it is not from a few years earlier with a V Tail 😄

 

I thought Debonairs were all straight tail?  Anyway, looks like nice airplane but I'm hesitant to buy from unknown developer. Are the like Carenado level?

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2 minutes ago, sd_flyer said:

I thought Debonairs were all straight tail?  Anyway, looks like nice airplane but I'm hesitant to buy from unknown developer. Are the like Carenado level?

Possibly, I think they may have been one of the very first straight tails though.

The dev also made that weird little Brazilian agriplane/crop-duster thing for MSFS -  but I do not have that one so no idea personally what this dev is like.

Assuming some good reviews I might grab it - be nice to have a steam gauge Bonanza.

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7 minutes ago, sd_flyer said:

I thought Debonairs were all straight tail?  Anyway, looks like nice airplane but I'm hesitant to buy from unknown developer. Are the like Carenado level?

Carenado level.... ship it and forget it? 😉

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The more I read up on the Debonair the more I want this model to turn out to be good 🙂

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Ok, somebody has to bite the bullet here. I don't get paid for another week and a half so ...................


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Just now, 6297J said:

Ok, somebody has to bite the bullet here. I don't get paid for another week and a half so ...................

We need an AVSim slush fund that people can contribute to that can be used to compensate any buyers who end up with a poor plane when trying out one for the forum 🙂

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42 minutes ago, Glenn Fitzpatrick said:

Possibly, I think they may have been one of the very first straight tails though.

The dev also made that weird little Brazilian agriplane/crop-duster thing for MSFS -  but I do not have that one so no idea personally what this dev is like.

Assuming some good reviews I might grab it - be nice to have a steam gauge Bonanza.

I will wait for brave, I actually flew Debonair for quite while. Actually parking it was harder than flying it(pic below) LOL

IMG_2579.jpg?width=914&height=609

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4 minutes ago, sd_flyer said:

I will wait for brave, I actually flew Debonair for quite while. Actually parking it was harder than flying it(pic below) LOL

IMG_2579.jpg?width=914&height=609

I'm afraid if you have real-life experience you are the best qualified of us to pass judgement and so the job is yours.... 😉

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1 minute ago, Matchstick said:

I'm afraid if you have real-life experience you are the best qualified of us to pass judgement and so the job is yours....

I feel like I will be disappointed, so I will let youtubers go first!

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Life is disappointment, anyone who says otherwise is selling something 🙂
(With apologies to William Goldman)

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Bit the bullet on it, review later today. I am so good that I shall even put off playing with my shiny new Rickenbacker Bass which arrived in the post today; that certainly is very shiny. 🎸

Some info on this thing: 533.2 Kb download file. Costs 24 quid/28 Euros. Two PDF manuals, one is 14 pages and covers the add-on, one is a single page with checklists. Eight paint jobs, goes in the Community folder and you can see the aircraft config file.

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