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Cactus521

Touring Motor Glider Grob 109

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As I'm a real world pilot on a Grob 109A Touring motorglider I was curious if there is any interest in making this airplane as a model in GMax or FS design studio.I have all the accurate data, specs, real world cockpit photography of the interior cockpit, panels and of course exterior pictures as I fly this plane myself.I know there is a Diamond Vigilant ready for download that resembles this plane but it is not accurate in performance and flight model. Furthermore the cockpit functions in 3D cockpit mode are also limited.Is anyone interested in doing this project with me?I'm not a 3D modeller so anyone with these skills is more then welcome!For detailed pictures of this plane see these links:http://images.google.nl/imgres?imgurl=http...6lr%3D%26sa%3DGhttp://images.google.nl/imgres?imgurl=http...6lr%3D%26sa%3DNhttp://images.google.nl/imgres?imgurl=http...6lr%3D%26sa%3DGRegards,Patrick

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"I know there is a Diamond Vigilant ready for download that resembles this plane but it is not accurate in performance and flight model. Furthermore the cockpit functions in 3D cockpit mode are also limited."Welcome to the forums Patrick..The aircraft design forum isn't a place for making requests (which I learned years ago after making a request myself). It's a place where designers or people who wish to be designers share ideas and learn from each other. Since I first posted in this forum, I've gained a fair understanding of FSDS and have some projects I've authored, coauthored or redone right here in our library.A project like this one would take months of hard work to tackle if it's to meet the minimum that most freeware has come to meet these days and it sounds like from what I quote above that would be your expectation. I challenge you to invest that time yourself--take this as an opportunity to learn GMAX (it's free with FS2004) and the other disciplines needed for aircraft design. There's many here in the forum to help you!Take Care and Good Luck!-John

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