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Thread: DreamFleet Piper Dakota FSX to P3D v4 conversion

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    Default DreamFleet Piper Dakota FSX to P3D v4 conversion

    So I purchased the DF Piper Dakota, with the hope of running it on P3D v4. However, the 6 pack as well as a few other gauges, as well as the radios and a few switches are completely missing. I was wondering if anyone would be interested in collaborating on a fix for this issue, to include possibly updating or upgrading the radio stack using F1’s GTNs. Would be great to have the DF Dakota running smoothly on P3D v4

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyenafur View Post
    So I purchased the DF Piper Dakota, with the hope of running it on P3D v4. However, the 6 pack as well as a few other gauges, as well as the radios and a few switches are completely missing. I was wondering if anyone would be interested in collaborating on a fix for this issue, to include possibly updating or upgrading the radio stack using F1’s GTNs. Would be great to have the DF Dakota running smoothly on P3D v4
    Did you make any progress on this? I have absolutely no clue how one would go about doing that, but man would I give anything to have that airplane in P3DV4.

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