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Here are some of the very latest hot off the press impressive looking screenshots of our Piper Arrow III. The Arrow is currently scheduled for a February 2017 release. The product is being developed by the same team (Rich, Martyn etc) who worked on the TB-10 Tobago & TB-20 Trinidad, Tornado GR1, L-1011 Tristar Professional and Canberra PR9 so you can expect the same high level of detail for sure. More screenshots, details and all the product specs can be found on the product page here: http://www.justflight.com/product/pa28r-arrow-iii
Features Steam gauges and G600 models Flight1 GTN 750* integration Reality XP GNS530* integration (only for FSX) Alabeo G600 and GNS530 Takeoff run and landing real rolling movement effect Full FSX - Steam and P3D v2.5 and v3.0 compatible. Cold and Dark start option Superb material shines and reflections. Volumetric side view prop effect Gauges reflections Knob click sounds Windows scratches and blades shines High quality 3D model and textures. Realistic behavior *Flight1 GTN 750 and Reality XP GNS530 are sold separately More here: http://www.alabeo.com/index.php?accion=product&correl=123 And a promo video to view
Lionheart Creations - Piper Pacer 180 The Piper pacer was the 4 seat replacement for the Piper J3 - Cub it started out as a tail dragger and evolved into a float plane, bush plane and finally ended with tricycle gear. This package from Lionheart Creations brings you all those variations Read On to read my appraisal
I want to start this off by saying hello to all of you! I've been a lurker for awhile, viewing all the great pictures, videos, interresting disscuions and very helpful advice and I just want to be a part of it, adding to the chat and help when I can. I started with a copy of FS2002 I won back when it was brand new, but I was stuck with about 4fps on low settings. I really got into it in FS2004 when we could finally afford a computer to run it. Before that I survived on the occasional trips to the flea market and cleaning the shelves of old AOPA and Flying magazine's and driving out to our 'local' (30min drive for the closest) GA fields to watch the planes take-off and land for a few hours. We never really had much in the way of money, so lessons where never on the table, but that was more then enough to keep me happy. Now a-days I take flight sims pretty seriously and am constently looking to taking it to that next step, I focus mostly on single and multi-engine props and I live for that Alaskan bush. Following rivers, canyon's and roads all to find that little 800ft strip surrounded in trees with 2mi vis.. is, well, fun for me. - That outta the way, heres the video: Now, this flight was a get-up-and-go flight just to get reacquainted with FS again as I hadn't flown in a few weeks and was also my first flight in this plane. Normally I plan things out, have alt. airfields set up, but this wasn't a serious flight and I really hadn't planned on recording, it was just the sky and plane looked so good. It gets pretty dark at the end and fullscreen will likely help you see, but honestly, I couldn't see anything myself. I'd just flown in and out of here so many times I know the area like the back of my hand. Thanks, Dan.