• Flysimware - Cessna 402C Businessliner v2.2

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    Changes In Revision 2.2 Include

    New Features

    • Flight director visibility removed and new animation added
    • Attitude gauge now can be caged
    • Attitude gauge has a new tooltip
    • Wheel chocks can only show if the parking brake is on when selecting the option
    • Added a upper lubber line to the OBI gauge texture

    Bug Fixes And Updates

    • Flight Director bank is fixed and now guides you through a turn
    • EGT updated for accuracy
    • Vibration with parking brake on fixed
    • Autopilot localizer and approach mode fixed
    • Upper bank pointer reversed animation fixed
    • Cabin pressure knob no longer will get stuck
    • Attitude pitch and bank degrees updated for accuracy
    • P3D model name will now show GTN or GNS version when selecting
    • Right engine start button tooltip now says right engine
    • Turn indicator flag now fixed and only needs battery power

    Cessna 402C Utiliner/Businessliner

    The Cessna 402C Utiliner/Businessliner is a 6 to 10 passenger, light twin, turbocharged piston engine aircraft and was manufactured by Cessna from 1978 to 1985.

    Flysimware received some good help for making sure we could build accurate circuits to a proper flap assembly. Flysimware brings you one of our best products to date and pushing the quality and accuracy for a real world aircraft with a 360 degree 3D environment. This type of aircraft allows you to fly from remote locations to major airports or just about anywhere in anywhere in the world. Make room in your private hangar for this amazing model as you will enjoy this model for many years.

    Features

    • Real world specifications
    • Works for FSX and Prepar3D
    • High quality 3D gauges
    • HD textures / world reflections / specular effects
    • Self shadowing effects for interior model (DX10)
    • Custom sound set with a bonus sound module
    • Airspeed needle works for indicated and true airspeed
    • Custom XML coding for accurate gauges and animations
    • GTX330 transponder / GPS 530 / KR 87 ADF / KX 155 radios / FSX G2A DME
    • Weather radar is static (future updates might bring this gauge to life!)
    • High quality animated pilot with optional settings
    • High quality 4 stage propeller effects
    • Structural anti-ice system / anti-ice wing lights / prop anti-ice system / pitot heater

    Requires FSX with SP2 or FSX Acceleration or Prepar3D.

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    2 Comments
    1. CrazyDaveIowa's Avatar
      CrazyDaveIowa -
      I have this aircraft. Flysimware website (3/22/2017) most recent update is the Jan 2017 update.
      How do I get THIS update.
      Thank you.
    1. CrazyDaveIowa's Avatar
      CrazyDaveIowa -
      Quote Originally Posted by CrazyDaveIowa View Post
      I have this aircraft. Flysimware website (3/22/2017) most recent update is the Jan 2017 update.
      How do I get THIS update.
      Thank you.

      DUH, product downloads...got it...usually there is a notation...
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