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  1. I think I did a ‚quick start‘ landing with the P-51.
  2. Don’t know why but it seems F2 doesn’t give an external view any longer.
  3. When? Looks to me like the last posting of the developer was done a year ago.
  4. Which ones? Didn’t see anything in the change logs.
  5. Ok, all works fine if I choose Oculus VR instead of steam VR. Strange.
  6. I don't know with which update/version it started but lately my picture is shaking annoyingly (Oculus Rift). Checked the Oculus demo app - steady picture. But as soon as I sit in some plane it is shaking. Any ideas?
  7. Also was thinking of buying the module but it looks like its abandonware.
  8. Yes please! Wish a proper quick mission generator would work!
  9. By this you mean don’t increase the AOA to much? if that’s what you want to say, I have the same impression with the P-51. By not pulling the stick to much the landings usually get smoother.
  10. You mean you can’t turn without differential braking? Didn’t play for a while to remember.
  11. You mean when rudder effectiveness starts.
  12. I find the P-47 quite easy to bring to takeoff and land compared to the P-51D. Can someone elaborate a bit? Is it the shorter tail and wider landing gear? Or just CG more favourable? Or simply the flight model? How is the Spitfire in comparison?
  13. Absolutely. But with a flightsim pedal you have nothing more than a small spring tension to work against.
  14. And I can tell you from experience that knowing the right power settings and having your attitude under control you can fly a 172 with minimal trim. e.g. level attitude and 2300-2400 will deliver you cruise speed without overly strong forces you need to trim away. The same goes for pattern attitude speeds and flap settings - its a question of knowing the exact numbers by heart and not fumbling around to much. But I had a very good instructor. Its different for a warbird like the P-51D but the 172, as a trainer aircraft, is very well balanced. Thats the key point here.
  15. Don’t say that. IRL I can fly a Cessna 172 well without. It’s a question of knowing speed and power settings.
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