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I know that this has probably been covered in the past - I don't know, but I was wondering if a person can take an existing aircraft - like the Lockheed Connie and customize it even more to exactly what is in the O&M manuals, Pilot Handbook manuals etal. I would like to be able to add climate control/pressurization, deicing boots, etc. to the plane. With that in mind if the pressurization was not changed (due to a malfunction of the aircraft) I would get a warning light in the correct corresponding place on the flight engineer's panel. I would also like to be able to realize real and "true" icing on my flight surfaces and then must deice (if not then I would loose lift according to the flight characteristics of the plane.I really appreciate all the help anyone could give me as I am a newby at this. Thanks

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Hi,Most aircraft systems, pneumatics, hydraulics, etc. are not modelled properly in FS, so you have to make them yourself.You can do that with custom gauge programming to almost 100% reality with failures etc.; do a search in the forums here.Icing is modelled, so using the deice switches and pitot heat available, will do.There is no aircraft manager that will do the job for for you.Probably you will need an airfile manager like AIRED to modify and copy stuff from air files.A lot of study, trial and error, but...........FUN!Succes!Jan"Beatus ille qui procul negotiis..."

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