• Flysimware - Bell 47G And Sioux H-13 Released

    The Bell 47 is a two-bladed, single engine, light helicopter manufactured by Bell Helicopter. The Bell 47 became the first helicopter certified for civilian use on March 8, 1946. The Bell G 2 uses the 47G Lycoming O-435 / 190 hp as the H-13 is 195 hp. The Bell 47 helicopter entered U.S. military service in late 1946 and was designated the H-13 Sioux by the United States Army. It has also served as the helicopter of choice for basic helicopter flight instruction in many countries. NASA had a number of Bell 47s during the Apollo program, used by astronauts as trainers for the Lunar Lander.

    This package includes the Sioux H-13 known from the television show MASH (Mobil Army Surgery Hospital) and the Bell 47G with skids, floats and a crop duster model. Each model is around 160,000 polygons with high quality real world photos. From the moment you crank over the engine the first time, the Hobbs hours counter will start tracking your running engine until you remove the aircraft from your game. Turn the governor switch off and fly like a real pilot controlling throttle using the propeller pitch axis. Leave the governor switch on and the throttle will auto adjust to make your experience easy and fun. Send back your exact transponder code the tower just sent you to squawk while flying on Vatsim. For the first time you can now pushback your helicopter from your hangar using our custom pushback animation. Lights are hard coded giving you multiplayer sharing abilities. This package was developed to make your experience feel real and easy to operate from beginner to the flight sim pro. Time to make room in your private hangar, this package is priced extremely low and will be your favorite for many many years.

    Features:

    • Real world high quality 3D gauges
    • High quality photoreal textures (bump and world reflections)
    • 360 degrees of animation inside and out!
    • Bones animated pilot, cable, collective boots and springs
    • Flysimware's virtual cockpit sound module
    • High quality 6 cylinder engine
    • Speed controlled sounds for doors and heater vent
    • Hard coded lights
    • Engine operation tracking gauge (starts at 19,100 hours)
    • 4 paint themes and 5 high quality models
    • Dual analog clock (tracks flight time)
    • Animated wind effect on main rotors
    • Animated push back mode

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