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    Yesterday, 22:15
    luckydog replied to a thread Mach 1 in The NewsHawks
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  • gecko65's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:24
    Had an issue with standard in-browser download and using a download manager. It would download, but I couldn't open the zip file. Finally got it to work using the ORBX cloud server after several tries.
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  • falcon409's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:38
    I know this has been discussed before. . .I believe Milton even chimed in on a thread, puzzled by the inability to add a shine to some of his models when moved to P3D. I've been toying with the Spartan Executive, enhancing the VC panel (or tried to, lol) and updating the exterior to 4096x4096 textures. The original was a beautiful polished aluminum but once added to P3D it became a muddy gray mess. . .hence the repaint. Just wondering if anything new has been discovered to add a shine? Note: No the VC isn't clickable, but there are just some airplanes that are too good, too much fun to fly to leave them behind. The Spartan is one of those Classics!
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    Yesterday, 19:27
    This is irrelevant. The bigger picture is the transformation of NASCAR into WWE with all this "payback" stuff.... But then on the other hand, WWE is a huge seller.....
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    Yesterday, 17:59
    Hey All, Would certainly match with the Kyle we all know. Curious how Wombat doesn't bring up the utes bumping and "leaning on" other utes in his post. The ute racing is easily the best racing in OZ. A race is not a dance. -Ed-
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    Yesterday, 17:39
    Re-Thinking the madness, I wonder if Kyle Busch would take out Harvick so Kenseth could win! :a1310:
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:34
    Paul, looked like one of the best Gee Bee landings I've seen!
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  • PRB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:34
    Here's a video of my landing at Tatoi AB (LGTT ) outside Athens. The weather was beautiful. I think I'm getting better at landing this plane. Maybe. Well, maybe not, as you will see. Everything looks perfect, until the wheels kiss the runway. I think the tires are made out of that flubber material... This thing bounces more than Willy's Platinum Deluxe Merc-Air Esso AVGAS credit card.
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  • PRB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:14
    Hehe. I learned about the fuel pumps the hard way too. Switched tanks and suddenly it was distressingly quiet on the flight deck. After the mishap investigation, the helpful folks at the NTSB recommended I read the instruction book before my next flight. After an intense search throughout the cockpit, I found the book under the co-pilot's seat. Therein I discovered that the fuel pumps have to be on when the fuel tanks are switched. You should turn them back off after the switch is made.
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:11
    Yep, permafig. A well known to Flight 19 meteorological phenomenon.
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  • wombat666's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:54
    The correct long nosed MR31 is indeed included Jens, it wasn't on the retailers page. Thanks for the HU. Now I will have to purchase it. :encouragement: Both the RAF and the RAAF carpet bombed areas of jungle during the so called 'Malayan Emergency' resulting (in my Father's words) the creation of tons of 'toothpicks' and a number of dead Elephants, the RAF operated in a similar fashion in Kenya during the the Mau Mau Uprising with similar results, although they claimed some 500+ Mau Mau killed. The long nose version was not very popular with aircrew, Dad was very pleased to transit onto Neptunes, as visibility 'over the nose' of the MR.31 was little or none! Australian built Lincolns were aluminum doped overall, resulting in a uniform 'silver' finish.
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  • PRB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:16
    Permafig....
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  • srgalahad's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:32
    That call is somewhat akin to "Please call the tower after landing".
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  • falcon409's Avatar
    Yesterday, 13:09
    falcon409 replied to a thread Prepar3D v2.4 inquiry in Prepar3D
    Good News!
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:38
    I completed the flight from OIBB to OIZJ, bounced/rolled to a stop and to my amazement, I had a red duenna. The text file indicates 2 errors. There was no crash (although I did land on the sand next to the runway) and nothing else that I can see would cause an error. However, I did access the flight planner twice during the flight. In the original flight plan, I had included a ndb waypoint that as I got near the first one (LAR in the mountains) I decided the final one would be unnecessary. I first accessed the default flight planner and decided to not make the change. A few minutes later, I changed my mind, reaccessed the flight plan and removed the last ndb waypoint. I then saved the plan, clicked no to going back to the start point and continued the flight. Errors:...
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:23
    Thanks Graham! Made it to Jask, but got a invalid Duenna and I'm not at all sure why as I didn't crash or anything else untoward. I did mess around with the flight planner a couple of time including a slight change in it. Going to put it to Mrs Nellie and see if the flight is valid or not. http://fs-duenna.com/flights/ShowFlight.php?detail=flight&value=YrsM27X2SACkSqHAZCXMWlzxSM
    44 replies | 658 view(s)
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