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  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:08
    I'm with you Dave. Can't wait to get back to complete the Harpoon project. These are looking so fine. :jump: Won't be much longer getting the Republic XP's out the door and we'll be here.
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  • nigel richards's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:28
    Beautiful work, ferondoe.:applause:
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  • nigel richards's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:13
    4 blades - yes please, Sir. IMO it makes for better aesthetics, too.
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  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:47
    Per the info I have: "Since delivery of the planned Aeroproducts contrarotating six-bladed propeller had been delayed, the first XP-72 was equipped with a single four-bladed propeller as a temporary stop-gap measure." The installation of the single prop was done in order to continue testing while awaiting the Aeroproducts contra-rotating props. Since the single-4-bladed prop is the one tested with the R-4360-13 (instead if the supercharged R-4360-19) and the only one for which test data exists, that is the version we will be releasing.
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  • Maarten's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:59
    They are beautiful! Cheers, Maarten
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  • Maarten's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:56
    Magnifique! Mes compliments! :applause::applause:
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  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 17:37
    The Republic XP-72 was Alexander Kartveli's proposal for a replacement for his fabulously successful P-47 Thunderbolt. It was evolved in parallel with the XP-69 escort fighter project. The XP-69 was a completely new design, whereas the XP-72 was a more-or-less straightforward progressive development of the P-47 Thunderbolt. The XP-72 was the first fighter to be designed around the huge 28-cylinger Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp Major, the most powerful piston engine produced during World War 2. The engine was close-cowled and was fan-cooled. The Wasp Major was to have driven a pair of three-bladed Aeroproducts contrarotating propellers. The wing and tail of the P-47D were to be retained, but the airframe was enlarged and strengthened. The turbosupercharger was still located aft of the...
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  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 17:28
    Bring it on Son! :-) It would make for an interesting race with the weight differences. But the 72's R-4360 does have a slight advantage. :wiggle: Frankly, I had no intention of finishing it but since the 47's had mostly all the same parts, I just cloned the empennage, wings and cockpit and here we are Sir! :jump: Tom had actually cleaned up the flight model back in '09 so its good to go save a fuselage paint job. I just need someone to paint her ... Nigel (sorry, he's offline for a few days). We had hoped to get the betas out this past weekend but there were a few remaining bits to finish up so we'll shoot for this coming weekend. Sounds for the V-16 still a WIP and we're trying to get the Checklists cleaned up to minimize aircraft damage and busted up parts. :-)
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  • Ferry_vO's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 12:55
    I use my mouse for that, which is just to the right of my stick shifter. I mapped quite a few functions to that as well.
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  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 11:35
    Wow! Another outstanding "D" model texture. I really like that one Martial. :applause: :medals:
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  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 11:33
    It just seemed right that we have a "trifecta" of racers. Reno, watch out!
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  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 10:52
    ... didn't you???
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  • Ferry_vO's Avatar
    April 15th, 2014, 10:09
    On the highest difficulty/realism setting a clutch is required, though I haven't tried it yet. Most major European cities are just the outskirts with some industrial area, you never get to drive into a city. Most of the driving is done along the major highways, and driving times are nowhere near realistic. I can do a 300 mile trip in 45 minutes. Unlike flightsimming I think that's a good thing, as it still is a game; I already have a full-time job! There is traffic on the road, but none of the congestion that makes real trips a nuisance sometimes. When you are driving through a country you will see some of the landmarks, especially near the cities. I was pleasantly surprised to drive out of Amsterdam and find the road that cuts through Schiphol airport, looking just like the...
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    April 14th, 2014, 13:44
    I already declared myself semi-retired.......LOL! Cees
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  • Ferry_vO's Avatar
    April 14th, 2014, 12:24
    Driving to and from the UK can be a bit confusing with left and right hand drive trucks and switching to the other side of the road when you have crossed the channel: Stuck in a bit of traffic in Germany: And after a few days of working for others I bought my first truck today! A 480 hp strong Renault Magnum:
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  • Ferry_vO's Avatar
    April 14th, 2014, 12:19
    Found this on sale at Steam last week, the Original game and the expansion pack together for 5,93 ($8.19) and I have to say it is not a bad game! Quite a different pace from all my race sims, but quite relaxing to drive around. The basic objective of the game is to make money and gain experience by hauling freight all over Europe, so you can buy your own truck and start your own trucking company. You can even hire other drivers if you want. I first started out driving for other companies to get some funds, get used to the driving and explore the world a bit. Inside a Volvo: My dream truck is the 730 hp version of this Scania:
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  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    April 14th, 2014, 04:27
    Since you are using the FSX SDK let's wait for an FSX modeler to answer this one.
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  • Milton Shupe's Avatar
    April 13th, 2014, 19:27
    Matt, The eyepoint in the VC is controlled by the coordinates you place in the aircraft.cfg file in teh following statement: eyepoint=-5.255, 0, 2.675 //Fore/aft; left/right; up/down stated in feet In your design program find the coordinates of the pilot's nose bridge, select a vertice to get the coordinates (X,Y,Z) (convert them to feet) then update the eyepoint statement in the aircraft.cfg in format y,X,Z
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    April 13th, 2014, 12:08
    Cees Donker is my name. LOL!
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  1. Hello,
    this is Rob's wife.
    Just to let you know we're going on holiday soon and then he's mine again for a while.
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    Rob, hier wat foto's van afgelopen Zondag:

    http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...ad.php?t=77698

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    Hey Rob, heb je al gezien dat de Aeroplane Monthly een artikel heeft over de Uiver?
    Waarschijnlijk ligt het blad volgende week wel in de winkels.

    http://www.aeroplanemonthly.com/

    Groet,

    Ferry.
  5. OK, ik zie 't wel.
    Wat voor concert??
    En de Uiver had pech?

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    Hey Rob, foto's van de open dagen komen er hopelijk vanmiddag aan; ik heb ook nog even een concertje vanavond dus niet veel tijd om 1350 foto's uit te zoeken. Show viel wat tegen, aangezien het meeste klassieke spul (Inlcusief de Uiver!) met pech aan de grond stonden. Het weer viel ook wat tegen, vooral de eerste dag. Toch nog flink verbrand, maar ja..
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