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  • Moses03's Avatar
    Today, 12:18
    Excellent Rob! Was hoping we would get a Comet. (It was my runner up aircraft to fly in FSX).
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Today, 12:14
    Sorry! :pop4: Cees
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Today, 04:34
    That's another occassion I missed to buy this package....... :banghead: Cees
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Today, 04:30
    Bummer! I missed this one! Had I only known........:dizzy: 49 euro's is too much, but 8 euro's, wow! Cees
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  • Navy Chief's Avatar
    Today, 02:14
    Fotis Dee posted this on Facebook, and wanted to post it. Great paint job on this aircraft. Would look equally cool on the Razbam SLUF! NC
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:07
    Took off from Croydon and did a little sightseeing in Golden Wings London, then off to Mildenhall to get ready for the big race..
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  • MM's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:15
    Again, up the circular stairs to Miss Nellie's domain. Opened the door, whispered Puss Moth, and handed the boss a Western Union telegram. She opened up the file drawer and pulled out a manila envelope. And nodded. For Milton Shupe's Puss Moth, the author provides an option to add tanks to reflect the fact that the aircraft was often used in long distance flight via installing increased fuel capacity. From the Installation notes: "3. I provided many tank options in the aircraft.cfg for mileage ranges stated. Simply comment out the default and uncomment out the desired tankage." If the young man would like to fly the Puss Moth with the Jimmy Melrose tanks, please let us know. The plane is certainly eligible. We shall send it down to Tex Winter's shop for evaluation. They will...
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  • Moses03's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:45
    You got it BG.:very_drunk:
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  • PRB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:42
    Rgr that. I don't know how they fly like this all the time. Must take lost of practice.
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:39
    Paul, I see you're already testing Down Under...
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  • PRB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:37
    Official Entry: I will be flying the Granville Brothers Gee Bee Model Z Super Sportster. Willy will be in the #5 and I in the #4. It is a beautifully done model for FSX by Warwick Carter, and it's quite a handful on landing. Take off too, for that matter, when she's full of gas, luggage and who knows what our competitors might sneak in... Being such a tricky beastie, I could not turn her down. I will be flying in FSX with default real weather. May God have mercy on my soul.
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  • salt_air's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:03
    Hi Jimmy ... Agree fully, but in the case of the Puss Moth I'm not seeing any engine settings that would allow for that leg out of Greece into Syria ... especially in any sort of wind. Any consideration would need to be for all pilots that faced those same conditions. Hat's off big time to you and the Caudron .... had my hands on it early to see if I could make it work and decided to fly another aircraft.
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  • salt_air's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:14
    If a pilot wanted to fly say the Puss Moth or any of the other range challenged aircraft that actually flew in the real race ... could consideration be made for fueling besides at only the prepared airports that are in the Official Control or Checking Point List? Could the pilot maybe submit for approval a list of specified airports from the Unofficial Airports List that would allow covering these spans prior to starting the event and perhaps be held to those airports only without additional minutes added and no consideration if an alternate had to be used? "My Hildegard" may not make it to Marseille without some pretty stiff tailwinds and there are five more legs that are questionable if not impossible for it to make. How in the world could young Jimmy make it back home...
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  • Navy Chief's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:46
    I just visited their website, and checked their forums. Doesn't look like much activity for a while. Are they still flying? Great talent, these guys have. Formation simulation flying is not easy, but they make it look easy! NC
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