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Hello everone! I've been spoiled by the A2A P-40 in both FSX and P3D (because of its handling and detail). Does anybody know of a WW2 fighter with similar detail to the P-40?

I've read some reviews about the P-40, P-51 and Spitfire, but I can´t make my mind yet...

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If u have been spoiled by A2A then u will be a bit disappointed by MSFS offer.

I would say that Spit from Flyingiron is decent, P38 have some issues.

There is also Milviz with Corsair, but that one in my opinion is completely broken in terms of flight dynamics and gauges readings.

Waiting for Hellcat from Flyingiron...


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Also a P40 and a Goose from Big Radials. Basically the best planes ever created for a flightsim, trust me, i made them 😉🤣 

In fairness tho, they are very good (according to users not me 😅)

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22 minutes ago, Beardyman said:

Waiting for Hellcat from Flyingiron...

Im gonna bet now that this one might get under the "MS umbrella"

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Try DCS it would make A2A stuff look like cupcake.

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2 hours ago, Luis Hernandez said:

Hello everone! I've been spoiled by the A2A P-40 in both FSX and P3D (because of its handling and detail). Does anybody know of a WW2 fighter with similar detail to the P-40?

I've read some reviews about the P-40, P-51 and Spitfire, but I can´t make my mind yet...

The Flyingiron Spitfire is pretty good and the dev has been steadily improving her since release like adding a tablet. They care about the product. 

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2 hours ago, Beardyman said:

There is also Milviz with Corsair, but that one in my opinion is completely broken in terms of flight dynamics and gauges readings.

Say what????

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What's the point of a combat airplane in MSFS? Seems utterly pointless. Maybe MSFS will release another version of Combat simulator. 

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6 minutes ago, Ricardo41 said:

What's the point of a combat airplane in MSFS? Seems utterly pointless. Maybe MSFS will release another version of Combat simulator. 

Because they are designed to fly in a completely different way to civillian aircraft. Some people enjoy doing that kind of flying in a world as expansive as MSFS.

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15 minutes ago, Ricardo41 said:

What's the point of a combat airplane in MSFS? Seems utterly pointless. Maybe MSFS will release another version of Combat simulator. 

Here we go again. 🤪

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45 minutes ago, Ricardo41 said:

What's the point of a combat airplane in MSFS? Seems utterly pointless. Maybe MSFS will release another version of Combat simulator. 

Duh, Warbirds arent in service anymore, YET, a lot of people still DARE to fly them. How DARE THEY do that!!!

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1 hour ago, Milviz said:

Say what????

Apparently u do not fly ur own bird...


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1 hour ago, Ricardo41 said:

What's the point of a combat airplane in MSFS? Seems utterly pointless. Maybe MSFS will release another version of Combat simulator. 

Yeah, what's the point of an airplane in a flight simulator? Jeez...

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4 hours ago, Luis Hernandez said:

Hello everone! I've been spoiled by the A2A P-40 in both FSX and P3D (because of its handling and detail). Does anybody know of a WW2 fighter with similar detail to the P-40?

I've read some reviews about the P-40, P-51 and Spitfire, but I can´t make my mind yet...

P-40 from Big Radials is excellent. Don't own the Milviz Corsair but on reputation I'd say you can't go far wrong. Flying Iron's Spitfire is also top notch. Don't own the Aeroplane Heaven P-51 but, again, I don't think you'll be buying into anything terrible there and it looks great.

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