Hexperience Posted October 11, 2016 Share Posted October 11, 2016 Hi All, I've got FSX:SE and X-Plane 10 and the intent is to do some practice for Ultralight flight training. Specifically in a Challenger II. For scenery all I care about is my local fields... around Lake Simcoe in Ontario Canada. FSX: The Challenger is a little too stable and seems too easy to fly. I have the settings set at realistic as possible. I've also tried to turn up the turbulence, but I think I need to do more research on how to do that as it doesn't seem to have an effect by editing the fsx.cfg file. The model has some transparent gauges and I can't fly the float model. The scenery is acceptable, and default ATC is fine. All I want to practice is to announce to traffic. (Would like to have a couple of local ultralights flying around to practice keeping track of other aircraft.) X-Plane 10: The Challenger seems a little more realistic as far as turbulence or at least the bumpy feeling and it doesn't seem to be flying on rails like in FSX. The Model is acceptable, I can fly floats or not. The cockpit is not as nice as FSX other than the transparent guage. The scenery however is very unrealistic, with a river completely changing from "water" to "mud" and streets all over the place. Also there seems to be no simple ATC. So... Do I spent time trying to make X-Plane 10 look better, or FSX fly more realistically? Again, this is ONLY in reference to an ultralight Challenger II, not FSX vs X-Plane!! Thanks! Dave Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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