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That and the PMDG's are the two reason's I have to go back to the P3D v4

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Realair did fantastic work on both planes.  Now we r really talkin about something really great!!!


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4 hours ago, ryanbatc said:

Hehe - I'll give Carenado credit for getting a twin out of the barn so quick.... back when MSFS was so new hehe.  The seminole is okay - it's not even a twin I would enjoy flying IRL though lol.  Someone did a really nice ATP livery on flightsim.to though.

Someone did that nice "red stripe" Seminole livery too.  Who was that person?

I happen to like the looks of the Seminole, anything T-tail = good, and Carenado did a nice one.  When I fly the Seminole, I'm not in beast-mode like I am in the C414 though.  Really enjoying the C414 even in its unrefined beta form.

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I'm going to be silly now...

 

 


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Good call, the Realair Duke was my favourite twin.

It would be awesome in MSFS

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I’m a huge fan of their Lancair Legacy. Tons of fun in that plane. 

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I flew the Scout much more than I did the Duke. I loved that aircraft. 

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Na! All twins are the same. 😀

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Posted (edited)
On 5/6/2022 at 4:03 AM, dpergau said:

I’m a huge fan of their Lancair Legacy. Tons of fun in that plane. 

We so need a Lancair Legacy in this sim....  someone do it justice!  Twin turbocharged if possible!  Analogue 6 pack with GTN support please!

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^^^ Agreed. It would be nice to have a smaller twin turboprop that is well made and has some depth to the systems. There is a big hole in the sim right now, we really don't have a good twin turboprop. And yeah, a legacy would be awesome. 

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59 minutes ago, jpe828 said:

^^^ Agreed. It would be nice to have a smaller twin turboprop that is well made and has some depth to the systems. There is a big hole in the sim right now, we really don't have a good twin turboprop. And yeah, a legacy would be awesome. 

Sorry, I disagree. The Flysimware C414 while in bets is by far one of the best planes in MSFS, and certainly one of the better payware offerings. Not to forget of course the Milviz C310.

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X-Planers will know that the Aerobask Legacy was even more stunning that the ol' RealAir job for FSX/P3D.  In visuals, sound and flight dynamics.  But yes, all the RealAir planes were fabulous. They'e sorely missed.

The C414 is not far off though.   We just need the AP to behave as all other APs do in MSFS; with working key assignments for common, standard functions. 

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Just now, JYW said:

X-Planers will know that the Aerobask Legacy was even more stunning that the ol' RealAir job for FSX/P3D.  In visuals, sound and flight dynamics.  But yes, all the RealAir planes were fabulous. They'e sorely missed.

The C414 is not far off though.   We just need the AP to behave as all other APs do in MSFS; with working key assignments for common, standard functions. 

I tested the Aerobask as well.  Actually the front fuselage and nose was wrong on that one.  I believe the original model was not done by Aerobask so they did not address it.  The RA version looked a lot closer to the actual legacy.  And I have to admit the flight model was better on the RA version.  Both had GTN support from RXP.  Aerobask had nicer sounds though.  Haha I really enjoyed each of them and both sims at the time.

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