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  • YoYo's Avatar
    Today, 06:49
    Remember - Today will be released the new MSFS patch - Update 5 :) (according to plan).
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  • pomme homme's Avatar
    Today, 06:36
    Pilatus PC-8 Twin Porter?
    21831 replies | 3517617 view(s)
  • BananaBob's Avatar
    Today, 06:20
    Great job on these, Jim! :encouragement:
    31 replies | 1118 view(s)
  • BananaBob's Avatar
    Today, 06:16
    I like where this is going! :loyal::encouragement:
    4 replies | 177 view(s)
  • Bomber_12th's Avatar
    Today, 06:16
    Some outtakes not previously shared from my Sunday flight in the MB-339 around Nellis and Vegas.
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 06:14
    No water involved here - it's a bit more recent, too -a tidy wee twin -
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  • Txmmy83's Avatar
    Today, 06:07
    me too ;) only hope that Asobo will add smoke system for aerobatics in one of the next updates!
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  • fuzz1's Avatar
    Today, 05:44
    Understood, I'd personally suggest you upload the baron files with the usual disclaimers. Perhaps one day someone will figure out a way around this.
    31 replies | 1118 view(s)
  • Ivan's Avatar
    Today, 05:28
    Perhaps I can save you some research time. This is from a post I made last night in another forum. This information is not that easy to find, but I have been collecting information for years on the A6M series. The A6M2 that you are interested in would be using the Sakae 12 engine. The A6M3 and A6M5 would be using the Sakae 21 engine. EB-201, right? That was the A6M3 Model 32 "Hap" rebuilt from a collection of wrecks at Eagle Farm. The reality of the Sakae 21 performance may surprise you a bit. It wasn't quite as much of an improvement over the Sakae 12 as you might be thinking. The Sakae 21 wasn't that much more powerful than the Sakae 12. It just had a greater critical altitude because of its two speed supercharger instead of the single speed supercharger on the earlier...
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  • jeansy's Avatar
    Today, 05:28
    jeansy replied to a thread Pilot's B314 Status? in Prepar3D
    release is this week according to their facebook post less than an hr ago
    12 replies | 865 view(s)
  • fabulousfour's Avatar
    Today, 05:06
    And the beer goes to Mike. :very_drunk: It is the REP (hydro-) monoplane from 1912. Please show us your next mystery :icon29:
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  • YoYo's Avatar
    Today, 05:02
    YoYo replied to a thread Pilot's B314 Status? in Prepar3D
    Wow I feeled soon release by nose ;). News from Today: I hope they will fix outside textures before release.
    12 replies | 865 view(s)
  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 04:23
    I think, Robert, that this is an R.E.P. monoplane. One such (number 11) was flown by Henri Mollat in the Competition for River and Colonial Seaplanes (!) in Temse (Tamise), 7-16 September 1912.
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  • Jim Goldman's Avatar
    Today, 04:12
    I already have the prop texture, but unfortunately the Baron will not be on the plate for installation as the other prop files. The Baron as well as other aircraft in the higher priced MSFS 2020 are protected (key) discovered by AK416 and will not allow for easy installation. The only way it can be done without stepping and making the package to cumbersome is to just provide the texture and allow the user to overwrite the default texture, backing up the original one incase the replacement texture is not liked. If there is consensus on this I will proceed and have it available later today. Best
    31 replies | 1118 view(s)
  • afscrub's Avatar
    Today, 03:56
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FSX Civilian Props Description: FSX/P3Dv3,v4,v5 Cessna 140 The Cessna 140 was a “starter” plane in more ways than one. They were affordable, and they were easy to fly and maintain. They were the plane in which many pilots trained and so were the perfect first-plane purchase for many people. They also helped push Cessna into its postwar “modern age” of building all-metal, highly reliable aircraft for training and personal use. Native FSX/P3Dv3,v4,v5 model by A.F.Scrub. To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit FSX/P3Dv3,v4,v5 Cessna 140 The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.
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  • YoYo's Avatar
    Today, 03:13
    YoYo replied to a thread Pilot's B314 Status? in Prepar3D
    The bigger problem in P3Dv5 and this B314 are metallic textures (with PBR). I wrote many posts in P3D official Forum about this, but till now this issue isnt solved (and Im affraid this problem does not care LM). The result looks like the screenshots. Close to black than silver ect. Its a big shame :/ . Partially it was solved by A2A (floats of Cub) and AH with his DC-3 (v. for P3Dv5 only) but looks like PILOT's took the wrong way to it also (the old way like it was for P3Dv1-4, that shouldn't have happened for P3Dv5 for sure) :
    12 replies | 865 view(s)
  • Javis's Avatar
    Today, 02:13
    - Added lubber line It would be wonderful to finally know (atleast to me...) WHY it is called a lubber line. Been wondering about that ever since i learned how to use a compass. (and not only because one of our (dutch) prime ministers' surname was Lubbers ;-) Does it possibly have to do with what lubber actually stands for i.e. stupid, clumsy, unskilled ?... Anybody can explain it to this landlubber ??.... Thanks! :rolleyes:
    55 replies | 1687 view(s)
  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 02:06
    Thanks Keith, I knew it had a reason, but couldn't remember what it was. I remember one of the first designs of the F5/34 (Gloster Guardian) didn't have it, but this was changed during the design. Cheers, Huub
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  • Dev One's Avatar
    Today, 01:41
    A design requirement for spin recovery - it helps to stop the fin & rudder being blanked by the airflow from a stalled tailplane. Keith
    1091 replies | 268649 view(s)
  • keithb77's Avatar
    Today, 00:59
    keithb77 replied to a thread Screenshots in Flight Simulator 2020
    Rob's Cougar and Flying Stations Victorious 1958
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