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  1. Come on fellas lets see a supercub for FSX... I think the market is there!
  2. Timo, I recently did the same. Yes it is safe, just delete the .cfg and boot up the sim. All the entries will find their way back in. I made a backup just in case. Oh yes and your keys will need to be re-defined if you have made changes. Cheers, Dan
  3. Cessna 180/5... never been a good one for FS in my opinion. Bushtastic taildragger.
  4. Chris, Any chance of getting that paint off you for FS9 please? Cheers, Dan.
  5. Thanks Shaun... I'll try the old panel for clarity.
  6. Saf, Check on all front see this link http://forums.simflight.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=66760 for a screenshot. Any help would be thoroughly appreciated. Thanks, Dan.
  7. Could someone tell me why the FS9 Beaver's main gauges are so blurred in the VC and is there a way to rectify this please? Thanks, Dan.
  8. Thanks for the tips Shaun, although turning at the larger strips is no drama, I'm talking gravel bars and beaches. I have a Scout, Maule et al which will all turn on a sixpence, I just find the cub a little reluctant to turn in comparison, hence my question about modifying the tailwheel turning ability. Cheers, Dan.
  9. Ryan, thanks for replying, however I am indeed using power to turn but that often makes the turn even wider as i causes 'understeer' if that term applies to planes. I thought maybe a little alteration in the cfg or air file might do the job, just need to know where to look. Cheers, Dan.
  10. Hey there, Just a small question. Is there an easy way to make the tailwheel on the supercub turn more? It seems that the craft has the widest turning circle of any small GA even with the diff brakes. Thanks, Dan.
  11. wilkin52

    DO27

    Don't i just know it!!! Cheers
  12. wilkin52

    DO27

    Don't i just know it!!! Cheers
  13. wilkin52

    DO27

    I think i found what it was. to keep the engine alive you need under 3000 rpm so i was just using the throttle... but now i'm adjusting the prop control to reduce revs and getting a healthy 115KTS Thanks chaps, Dan.
  14. wilkin52

    DO27

    I think i found what it was. to keep the engine alive you need under 3000 rpm so i was just using the throttle... but now i'm adjusting the prop control to reduce revs and getting a healthy 115KTS Thanks chaps, Dan.
  15. wilkin52

    DO27

    Hey fellas, What kind of speeds are you getting out of the DO27. If I'm in pro mode and looking after the motor I get 90KTS max. Is this typical? SE Alaska is very pretty so I don't mind so much I just wondered what your experiences are?.. Cheers, Dan.
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