Here's my version of the Douglas DC-4 it has a 220 in. wingspan, 4 radial engines, and a detailed cockpit. I like to fly it at the Sod Farm field because it has lots of room for a large plane. So give the DC-4 a try she looks great, sounds great, and fly's great.
Note: The plane is fully compatible with RF 7.5, RF 8, RF 9, and RF-X.
Detailed Radial Engines
Custom Engine Power Curve
Custom Engine Sound Profile
Differential Engine control for turning
Flaps: Channel 6 Knob
Smoke: Channel 8 3 Position Switch Away From You
Retracts: Channel 7
Brakes: Applied with Down Elevator
The differential engine control is used while taxiing to turn the plane and is disabled above 25% throttle so it doesn't affect flying. While using the Pilot Seat camera you can see the differential engine control move the throttle levers and can see it stop working above 25% throttle.