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I'm not that brave. Anyone that wants to jump ahead in line, go ahead.

Exterior and passenger area look nice but I'd really like to see the cockpit textures and whether it's Virtualcol or Realair. Would also like to look at the Extensive documentation before purchase. No offense, but I've never heard of Cockspur so have no idea of what to expect.

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Same here like to see some feedback before I purchase if it's not similar quality to hjet no point

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Yea, me too. Who will be the brave one to try and report back? 

I am really only interested if it is a fairly high-fidelity aircraft. Otherwise, I am happy with the Honda Jet.

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Just bought it.

AvAngel highly recommends, good enough for me...

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The cockspur crew are made up of 2 guys who spend most of their time assisting other developers afaik. They took this project on as their own little baby. So it should be high quality. Anyway their is plenty of videos to see the qiality.

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9 minutes ago, 177B said:

Just bought it.

AvAngel highly recommends, good enough for me...

Please come back and give us your first impressions.

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I love the aesthetic of the plane and since it uses the G1000NXi it's a plus for me, but I'm waiting on feedback regarding the package as whole before buying.

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I got is as well, but didn’t have a chance to explore much. First impressions are texture are ok, circuit breakers not modeled , G1000nxi is standard, no wx radar, FMC keypad inop, no manual 

As many suspected it is sub par to HJET in nearly all aspects from the start. Will see later how it flies 
 

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21 minutes ago, sd_flyer said:

I got is as well, but didn’t have a chance to explore much. First impressions are texture are ok, circuit breakers not modeled , G1000nxi is standard, no wx radar, FMC keypad inop, no manual 

As many suspected it is sub par to HJET in nearly all aspects from the start. Will see later how it flies 
 

Didn't WT just only recently open up the G1000 NXi avionics framework?  So the devs may have to code a few things with the new version.

As for the jet....  ooooh I am so weak when it comes to bizjets lol.  Maybe I'll pick it up.

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Just now, ryanbatc said:

Didn't WT just only recently open up the G1000 NXi avionics framework?  So the devs may have to code a few things with the new version.

I was hoping so, but G1000NXi exactly the same as in Kodiak. The only difference is in logo on load up.

 


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Calling @Gregg_Seipp - Mustang fan hehe

Is this up to your standards?


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I'd hold off on this - just in a couple of minutes I've spotted some very odd texture issues that makes the cockpit lettering unreadable without zooming in and that the clickspot on the throttle handles to move them in and out of cut-off can be activated no matter the throttle position.

 

There IS a 31 page manual though it's in the cockspur-aircraft-c510\Resources\Documentation directory (though it doesn't contain much that's useful other than the checklists and some weirdly ropey cockpit layout diagrams - not even the performance tables from the PoH)

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Very easy to fly. Feels very solid.

Looks great, works with AirManager just fine. Even the 1000's work very smoothly.

AP works perfectly at least on my first CYUL - CYQB flight. Though I hand flew about 80% it just flies so nicely by hand. Easy to land as well.

I can tell this will be a favorite for quick hops both VFR and IFR.

Gets my 🤙🤙.

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39 minutes ago, Matchstick said:

I'd hold off on this - just in a couple of minutes I've spotted some very odd texture issues that makes the cockpit lettering unreadable without zooming in and that the clickspot on the throttle handles to move them in and out of cut-off can be activated no matter the throttle position.

 

There IS a 31 page manual though it's in the cockspur-aircraft-c510\Resources\Documentation directory (though it doesn't contain much that's useful other than the checklists and some weirdly ropey cockpit layout diagrams - not even the performance tables from the PoH)

They can't include those due to licensing with Textron.


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