• Lionheart Creations - Q200 for MSFS 2020

    Lionheart Creations - Q200 for MSFS 2020

    This is the Q-200 high performance sport aircraft by Quickie Aircraft Corporation. This sleek two seater was a homebuilt 'kit plane' that you assembled. This version was the high performance 100HP model powered by the Continental O-200. The futuristic design featured a Canard 'Twin Wing' layout with elevators on the front wing and ailerons on the wing. Some interesting features are the Flexor reverse spoiler system, the twin center fuel tanks that used a fuel transfer system similar to Concord. The main landing gear was mounted in aerodynamic skirts in the wingtips for the front wing. Incredibly, the Q only weighed 550 LBS dry, 1100 Max at take-off, and featured a very small wingspan of 16 feet total. Mind you, you had two sets of wings.

    Lionheart Creations - Q200 for MSFS 2020

    This package features 13 different exterior high detail paint schemes that range from base line kit style, to supercar color selections, to air racer variants with wild paint schemes and stripes. Interiors vary from nearly each aircraft with panels in gray, light blue, striped paint and color paint, carbon fiber, and also wood. Some features include 3D instrumentation, the Asobo GNS530 GPS system, a simple base line autopilot to help on long flights, an elaborate warning light system, Flexor controls, fuel readouts for both tanks and a fuel transfer system that requires constant attention on long flights. Other features include Oshkosh parking mode (parking mode) that deploys two small camping tents at the tail, and a plexi selector that changes the 'outside only' plexiglass bubble between tints of 'dark, medium, and nearly clear' plexi choices. The plexi also features the now famous Asobo rain effects with streaming rain, and also fine detail plexi scratches.

    Lionheart Creations - Q200 for MSFS 2020

    The aircraft will max out at 180 knots, full throttle. This is a HOT little plane with very moderate power to weight ratio. It is recommended that you do not use full throttle on take-offs. Just like other high performance sport planes, such as the Pitts biplane and Extra 330, you must be careful on your rollout on take-offs, lest you spin her out accidentally.

    I have created a nice manual for it that you can download and read before purchase to make sure you would be happy with her. This cool manual features a lot of screenshots and notes with arrows pointing to the various systems and lights and knobs and bits, explaining how everything works, the hidden features you do not always find, and even the basics of how to fly it.

    If you love futuristic things, X-Wings, sport aircraft, high performance planes, homebuilts, radical aircraft, things that are NOT NORMAL, this baby is definitely for you!

    Lionheart Creations - Q200 for MSFS 2020

    Lionheart Creations - Q200 for MSFS 2020

    Build 1.0 is the present 'Build' version available. This version is for MSFS 2020 only.

    Lionheart Creations - Q200 for MSFS 2020


  • Recent Forum Activity

    MadMav24

    Unexpected Control Problems

    Thread Starter: MadMav24

    I read the notes on the latest release and updates. Some things I expected, others not so. On takeoff I have no throttle control, wide open throttle,...

    Last Post By: MadMav24 Today, 01:50 PM Go to last post
    Honus

    Best B787 for FSX?

    Thread Starter: Honus

    Hi, I'm using the TDS models of the B788 and B789. I see there are also models by Quality Wings and FlyAwaySimulations. Are there any opinions on...

    Last Post By: Honus Today, 01:15 PM Go to last post
    hobbitrocks

    should I reload software

    Thread Starter: hobbitrocks

    I have only downloaded this simulation game one time, the original installation. Since then I have done all updates as they come out. I am not...

    Last Post By: tiger1962 Today, 01:09 PM Go to last post
    Grover2005

    Need View Advice!

    Thread Starter: Grover2005

    I think I am reasonably bright, but I simply cannot figure out how to set up even basic views…Some of them seem to be called by different names than...

    Last Post By: cianpars Today, 12:26 PM Go to last post