Strong urge to be Supersonic - SR-71A - anyone?
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Thread: Strong urge to be Supersonic - SR-71A - anyone?

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    Strong urge to be Supersonic - SR-71A - anyone?

    Fellow OutHousers - do we have a SR-71A in one of our numerous Outhouses?

    I wanna fly it - I have a strong urge to fly at Mach 2.0 - there being no Concordes available of any merit anymore in FSX

    Answers on a postcard please...with advance thanks.

    Ganter
    Jim
    NAVIGATION; The art of knowing where you are without having to crash into it first.

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    If you want to go Mach 3 + you can either wait for Milviz, or if you don't want anything too crazy complicated, my SR-71 from 2012, or A-12 from 2017 are available. I have been working on a new model for the SR for a while, might get released one day. Find me on Facebook for screenshots.

    Screenshot of my new one (not released yet)


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    Or you could buzz around in something 'stylish'...
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    Thanks all,

    Plenty to go BOOM with there.

    Will check 'em all out.
    Jim
    NAVIGATION; The art of knowing where you are without having to crash into it first.

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