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Everything posted by ddeuce

  1. Hello Obie great to hear from you, yep it is as you say low speed at take-off, it is difficult to maneuver or turn without the swinging man routine, I still recall my last flight aboard 4577, she answered her helm crisply and precisely without swinging to and fro, I am trying to get back into FSX and P3dV4 (a Christmas gift from my daughters) and I have a computer that has 4.77 CPU speeds and a 10GB GPU, I now have everything in graphics pegged, and get some great detail, and it is wonderful. Mathijs, I was a fan of your BroncoX Project, the art you use for the pipper is mine, I sent you my aerial photography of the pipper, and still cannot believe you made it red, because the real pipper was white when you turned on the red filter......... green to white, one for day, one for night, night was luminescent green, even brighter when red filter was turned on........... and the old Bronco did not have a backup ADI, it had an AOA adviser gauge
  2. Yes, all settings are set for reality, and no options for weather in P3DV4, and I have no explanation either, that was why I ask ?
  3. Hello my friends here at Aerosoft, it has been awhile, I had a stroke a few years ago, and I am now back to flight as a result of some excellent physicians,my wife bought me a new simulator called P3d by Lockheed Martin, and I have spent some time using it, and getting used to flight again, it will take me a while to get back in the saddle, tonight I downloaded your newest BroncoX and loaded her onto the P3D 4+ all went well, I took my initial Bronco Flight from Redding (KRDD) to North Island via Travis, San Francisco and Edwards, a nice long flight, I only ask why after a nominal takeoff, and slow ascent 750fpm to 140k feet does the aircraft swing like she is on a pendulum, rocking back and forth as though she had no substance ? In flight in a real Bronco her commands answered sharp and crisp, the closer you got to 200 mph the sharper you could do minor corrections, when I reached 11,000 feet, and did a couse change from 113 to 175 she dipped left and right for what seemed an eternity, I am sorry I know with FSX I created a handling fix, but darned if I can remember it, I also remembered I added a headwind sound to the sound cfg file, did anyone here keep that info ?
  4. Version 1.11 USMC_Training


    Fixed the tailbooms to remove the white in the checkerboard patter, as the original aircraft had background colored squares
  5. Uploaded with ImageShack.us Posted the paint fix to the download
  6. In The Bronco X downloads now Uploaded with ImageShack.us
  7. Version 1.11 USMC Training


    [fltsim.XX] title = Aerosoft OV-10A MARINE TRAINING BLM sim = OV-10B model = panel = sound = texture =N91LM kb_checklists = OV10A_check kb_reference = OV10A_notes atc_id = atc_airline = atc_flight_number = atc_heavy = 0 atc_parking_types = MIL_COMBAT, RAMP atc_parking_codes = atc_id_color = 0xffff0000 atc_model = ui_manufacturer = "North American Rockwell" ui_type = "OV-10A Bronco" ui_variation = "US BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT" ui_typerole = "Military Light Attack and Observation" ui_createdby = "Aerosoft GmbH" description = N91LM / BLM (cn 321-137) Operated by the Bureau of Land Management. Former military serial was 68-3811. Photo taken 14 December 1996, before dis-assembly and relocation to Falcon Field museum, Mesa Arizona.
  8. Version USMC Trng 1.11


    Venezuelan National Guard... and members of the OV-10 Bronco Association of the Americas
  9. Version 1.11a


    An OV-10A of the 549th TASTG, 1st Special Operations Wing. The Aircraft carried these markings while at the Cleveland National Airshow in September of 1980....
  10. Version 1.11 USMC Files


    In 1975 and the decommisioning of VMO-5, Col Chuck Burin had his bird repainted to salute VMO-5 complete with Tail Registration
  11. I have the program installed and fitted on the Bronco..... but it is horrible.... you fire off a wing rocket, and your blinded and screen freezes.... CS says "sorry can not help you"
  12. Version 1.21


    Dedicated to the men who fly from Toledo, 180thFW Wing Commanders vehicle
  13. If I do not have what you want I will do my best for you !
  14. Version 1.21


    To honow the men of the former 178th Fighter Wing, and the 162ndFS of Springfield, Ohio
  15. I have created a paint to honor this great unit, they were phased out under the BARQ realignment program, and as a result Ohio now has just 1 F-16 Unit The 180th FW, out of Toledo........ But this is to salute what we used to have
  16. DOH !!!! my dummynuss......SORRY NEVERMIND
  17. Where do I start to upgrade my Cheyenne from FS9 to FSX.. My key is CHE-166-XXXXX-XXXXX-XX191 This is the CD vers 3.2 Thanx guys
  18. Version CDF Textures 1.11 all Wh


    All white w(insignia only), after all Not everyone uses PSD's
  19. Version 1.11 CDF Textures


    BLM mostly deploy to mapping and other territorial duties within the State of Alaska
  20. Version 1.11 (USMC Model) Traini


    At the end of fiscal year 1968, the United States Coast Guard did not bid for the OV-10, but was scheduled to received 25 units starting with frame numbers 68055 thru 68080, but due to losses to the other services thru training and combat sorties, all deliveries were deverted to the USMC and the USAF, so that after the units contracted to be built were completed in 1970....... the Coast Guard was left out rather than purchase more units.
  21. Just wanted to say ONE MORE thank you ...... today April 3 2012 for your recreation of the OV-10 Bronco for FSX, and am wishing you all a very happy spring and summer
  22. Just returned from the aerosoft store, I read your marketing of the Bronco X, and Lucky you nobody within the euro community has complained YET. You are still showing the NASA version in your promo so if you say it, then it must be true..... perhaps you should remove this from your marketing, or even better, put a box on top of the cockpit of the training model...add a 5 foot pitot to the port nose of the aircraft and viola, you have a NASA Bronco.
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