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For ROTW and F2FDesign can I order for some aircraft? I will Make a Donation for that. but not by paypal because my country is not in the list of paypal. there is another way by Amazon Honor System PayPage. RegardAbdulla

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Abdulla,Well, I guess it depends on how much you're willing to pay for our "services"... ;-) Just kidding.Unfortunately, that's not how we (F2FDesign) work, and I think the same applies to ROTW but I'll let THEM respond. We (F2FD) already have projects in the production line and we'll be glad to consider the Huey but I can't guarantee 1) that we'll decide to do it, and 2) if we decide to do it, when it will be completed.If your request is not for commercial use, we prefer to keep this is a hobby and freeware.If this IS for commercial use, then we can discuss this offline.Regards,Alejandro Amigorenahttp://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/dfdg/banneraa.jpg

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no its not for commercial use . I am working on this helicopter and I choose FLY! II because its the best in flight simulator ( flight model ) its the best ..... I tried many simulation but not like Fly 2Its Agusta Bell 212 ,, AB212 ,,, its will be afreeware for every body .. Regard Abdulla

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Goodness :-eek Im very sorry Abdulla, I got your emails but I thought they were someone messing about, as I have had other similar emails asking me to make strange things for them... I only do scenery you see not Aircraft... just to keep you in the picture, one guy asked me to make snails to race the Dauphin in??? I think there is a bit of envy from another flight sim???Again Im sorry I didnt answer.steve[divalign=center]http://www.wrexhamspace.org/sig.jpg][/divNASA ATX Graduatehttp://www.wrexhamspace.org

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"snails to race the Dauphin in"??? What the heck does that mean??Yup, there are some from other sims that do not like success.

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Hi Abdulla.Thanks for your interest in FlyII and helicopters.I also have done some work, as a mechanic on the Bell 212.And I have been working on the assembly line we had here in Norway for the Bell 412 for the Norwegian Airforce.And have joined many testflights in it.The Bell 212 is one of my favourite helicopters along with the S61.My personal dream is to also have one for FlyII.But it's not up to me alone.Jarno would have to do the 3D model,and Alex the systems.And right now we have several helicopters in the development line.It's a long way from starting a project for FlyII,until released.But if possible,yes,I would love doing a 212.And I have the flightmanual for it also :)We'll see.Take care down there in the hangar.Janhttp://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/dfdg/bannerjh.jpg

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Thanks all for replays ... Jan nice to see some one work at same aircraft.I want to ask about Dauphin AS365N2 trim steps and exponential setting which the realistec?and about the Idel its 30% of throttel or should be 60%?regard allAbdulla

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Thanks all for replays ...Jan nice to see some one work at same aircraft.I want to ask about Dauphin AS365N2 trim steps and exponential settingwhich the realistec?and about the Idel its 30% of throttel or should be 60%?regard allAbdulla

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Hi again Abdulla.Right now I don't work on any aircraft,but do overhaul on the MRH(mainrotor head) for the Super Puma.Do you have them also in the Emirates? Nice pictures.I see you have the BO105 too.The trim settings should be set to 1 for the Dauphin,and the throttlesall the way back,without cutting them off.I think it's 20% for ground idle.When flying,all the way forward,and let them stay there.The real Dauphin is very sensitive,like a racing car.So set the exponential to 100% if you feel comfortable with that.Glad you like it.So long.Janhttp://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/dfdg/bannerjh.jpg

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Hi Janwe have Super Pumabut in airforce.thanks for information.The weight in Dauphin is 9369 withe two pilots and fuel 1107 lbs .Do you know the minimam of weight and max.For power check.:) regardAbdulla

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AbdullaThe maximum gross weight is 9370lbs,and minimum gross weight is 5291lbs.Depending on altitude and temperature,max twin engine IGE hover weight is not to exceed the 9370lbs.I don't have any data for weight when doing power assurance checks,on ground or in flight.But it's better to have the helicopter as heavy as possible.If there was no mechanics available to fill the cabin,we used sandbags earlier to get the weight up on test flights.You might get the performance more realistic if you exeed the max weight as much as you can in Fly.Fill it up to max with everything.Passengers and fuel.Janhttp://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/dfdg/bannerjh.jpg

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Hi Jan There is some helicopter in Fly Zone site but no link to download .What about AB212 is there any chance to have it for Fly 2?Here is my e-mail : abadeuae@emirates.net.aeregard Abdulla

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Hello Abdulla.The helicopter photos you found is from Johnnys Fly Zone.I don't thinkhe has updated the site for long time.And it's just an information site.Not for downloads.I sent him the Sikorsky and Robinson pictures a long time ago.But they are being worked on.We have just not updated our site with the latest pictures or videos.The Sikorsky might be released as soon some systems are fixed,and some cleanup are done.Also the S76 is under way.And Daniele Tona are working on this beautiful Bell 205.Maybe he likes to do a Bell212.I don't know.It's up to him,or anybody else on the team what they like to work on.But it would be nice to have one,yes ;)Take careJanhttp://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/dfdg/bannerjh.jpg

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Hi Janwhen will be release Bell 205 ....? I am waiting .I cant wait more .yesterday Puma crached belong to air force . I think tail rotor failer.I hope to release the AB 205 soon very soon:-hmmm regard Abdulla

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Hi Dan,looks absolutely great. Did you do some work on the panel already? If so, could you post a screenshot - just for my personal delight! I flew a lot of years as a crew member with the Bell 212, made some flights with the UH 1D. I like these choppers, due to the teetering rotorsystem you have a more comfortable and stabil flight compared to modern helos like our BK117.Thanks a lot for your work and the infoRegardsGeorg HeliFLYer EDDW

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Hi Georg,the model is in experimental phase and only in ACM. I have not "faced" the panel yet. :-roll Dan

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Hi AbdullaThis is being created by our friend Daniel Tona.Check out our model creations board at Fly Developers. Dan is keeping us updated with pictures and info. But remember this kind of work is not easy and can take many months to complete even for a team of developers.http://pilotsim7828.proboards40.com/Steve[divalign=center]http://www.wrexhamspace.org/sig.jpg][/divNASA ATX Graduatehttp://www.wrexhamspace.org

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Hi Wayne sorry I just spotted your post, I forgot to reply.Yes I was recieving emails from someone, who has now been caught. They had followed my links to here and F2FDesign/& my website and decided to pester me. Some emails were very violent, some were made to look like I had recieved private emails from F2FDesign, but the emails from my friends didnt make cense. But putting your curser over the links, they were all 123.456.789 for example. He/She was hiding behind a proxy.Anyway, I spotted this right away, I used work at a local City Crown Courts, and have many friends in the right places. I was given advice and a little trap was laid on my website. The rest is out of my hands. Hide behind a proxy and you can still be found. Strange and sad people lurk around, and build up a picture of what you do, and were you go, if you leave them enough trails. Sadly for me, Im totally public because of my Project, everyone knows me were I live, so there is only so much I can hide. I was eating out with my wife In a place 40 or so miles from were I live and someone in the Street said "theres Steve Brown from NASA" I had to laugh as Im no part of NASA, but they were talking about the website. Plus I have been interviewed by the BBC and in a few newspapers too. I cant hide :-lol Hey why should I!All the best Wayne, Steve.[divalign=center]http://www.wrexhamspace.org/sig.jpg][/divNASA ATX Graduatehttp://www.wrexhamspace.org

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hi steve,that's the price you pay for being popular. Watch out for the paparrazi.:-hah chris_CA

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G'day Dan,The 3d work in that model is phenomonal! An absolutely stunning looker.It's very inspiring to see such beautiful work. I can only aspire to reach such heights.Cheers,Roger

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Hi AbdullaSorry about the Puma crash.Did the people onboard make it? At least there is a theoretical chance to get it down even without tailrotor.Regarding the Bell 205,that one was new even to me.So I have no idea about release date.Sorry.You just have to wait and see.Do you have any AS365 Dauphins in the Emirates?Janhttp://www.avsim.com/hangar/fly/dfdg/bannerjh.jpg

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Hi Jan,thank you for showing that panel to me, really wonderful!I am always astonished about the very high quality of FLY! panels. How is that done? Do you use a very high quality photograph, retouche it and "plug" the constructed instruments in *OR* is that fully constructed with a 3D-program like 3DS Max??? For the first option you must have a very high technical equipment, the second option would be really high standard design.Just curious about that :-)Take careGeorg

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